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Margaret Lockwood and Stanley Holloway
Margaret Lockwood made her first stage appearance in 1928, and for many years worked on the West-End stage. She entered films in 1934, and has since appeared in a great many which have included Dr. Syn, The Lady Vanishes, and Owd Bob. Stanley Holloway , creator of the immortal ' Sam ', has been making audiences laugh since 1919 in all types nf
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