Margaret Cullington was born circa in 1886 in circa, La Rochelle, NY, US. She was an American Actress, known for A dog's life (1918), The Mad Marriage (1921), Betty Takes a Hand (1918), Margaret Cullington's first movie on record is from 1918. Margaret Cullington died on July 18, 1925 in Hollywood, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1921.
Margaret Cullington Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [01.31] The Mad Marriage (Cast), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Lydia Yeamans Titus, Carmel Myers, ,
1919: [01.20] The Game's Up (The Game Is Up, Home James) (Cast: Mrs. Peabody Jones), Directed by Elsie Jane Wilson, with Albert Ray, Ruth Clifford, ,
1918: [12.08] The Strange Woman (Cast: Cora Whitman), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Gladys Brockwell, Charles Clary, William Scott,
1918: [06.03] There Goes the Bride (Cast: Mrs. Bean - the Landlady ), Directed by Roy Clements, with Eddie Lyons, Lee Moran, Betty Brown,
1918: [04.14] A dog's life (Cast: Woman in Dance Hall (/xx/)), Directed by Charles Chaplin, with Charles Chaplin, , Henry Bergman,
1918: [02.24] Little Red Decides (Cast: Miss Hanly), Directed by Jack Conway, with , Goro Kino, Frederick Vroom,
1918: [01.06] Betty Takes a Hand (Cast: Miss Catherine), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Olive Thomas, Charles Gunn, Frederick Vroom,
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