Margaret Turnbull (17 November 1872 – 12 June 1942) was a Scottish playwright and screenwriter. She wrote for 51 films between 1914 and 1939. She was born in Glasgow, Scotland and died in Yarmouthport, Massachusetts. She was the sister of producer Hector Turnbull and worked for the Famous Players-Lasky studios in Islington, England.

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  • Margaret Turnbull (17 November 1872 – 12 June 1942) was a Scottish playwright and screenwriter. She wrote for 51 films between 1914 and 1939. She was born in Glasgow, Scotland and died in Yarmouthport, Massachusetts. She was the sister of producer Hector Turnbull and worked for the Famous Players-Lasky studios in Islington, England. (en)
  • Margaret Turnbull (17 November 1872 – 12 June 1942) was a Scottish playwright and screenwriter. She wrote for 51 films between 1914 and 1939. She also wrote novels, such as The Close Up (1918), Alabaster Lamps (1925) and The Bride's Mirror (1934). She was born in Glasgow, Scotland and died in Yarmouthport, Massachusetts. She was the sister of producer Hector Turnbull. She worked for the Famous Players-Lasky studios in Islington, England, and also spent some of her career in Hollywood. (en)
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