Margaret Sullavan
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Margaret Sullavan
*May 16, 1909 Norfolk, Virginia, USA
as Margaret Brooke Sullavan
January 1, 1960 New Haven, Connecticut, USA

American stage and film actress.

Films

1950

No Sad Songs for Me

1943

Cry Havoc

1941

Appointment for Love
Back Street
So Ends Our Night

1940

The Shop Around the Corner
The Mortal Storm

1939

Land of Liberty

1938

Three Comrades
The Shining Hour
The Shopworn Angel

1936

I Loved a Soldier
The Moon's Our Home
Next Time We Love

1935

So Red the Rose
The Good Fairy

1934

Little Man, What Now?

1933

Only Yesterday


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Books with substantial mentioning of Margaret Sullavan
John Dileo
100 Great Film Performances You Should Remember - but probably don't
New York, 2002

Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast (eds.)
International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 3. Actors and Actresses
Detroit/New York/San Francisco/London/Boston/Woodbridge, CT, 2000

Andrew Sarris
"You ain't heard nothin' yet", the American talking film ; history & memory ; 1927 - 1949
New York, Oxford, 1998

Danny Peary
Alternate Oscars, One Critic's Defiant Choices for Best Picture, Actor, and Actress - From 1927 to the Present
New York, 1993

Robert A. Nowlan and Gwendolyn Wright Nowlan
Movie Characters of Leading Performers of the Sound Era
Chicago and London, 1990

James Robert Parish and Ronald L. Bowers
The MGM Stock Company, The Golden Era
New Rochelle, N.Y., 1974

James Robert Parish
Hollywood's Great Love Teams
New Rochelle, N.Y., 1974
Books with an entry on Margaret Sullavan
David Thomson
The New Biographical Dictionary of Film
New York, 2003

Paul Michael, editor in chief. James Robert Parish, associate editor
The American movies reference book, The sound era
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1969
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