Actress Kathleen Arthur Lockhart, who starred in more than 30 films, was part of a Hollywood family dynasty.
The British-born performer, a veteran of more than 50 years on the stage and screen, was known for her role in MGM's 1938 version of "A Christmas Carol." She starred as Mrs. Cratchit alongside her husband Gene and daughter, June, who was making her Hollywood debut.
Born in Southsea, England, she got her start on the stage in that country before immigrating to the United States in 1924 upon her marriage to Gene.
Lockhart continued to appear on stage and in films for almost 40 years. After her husband died in 1957, she retired from acting and made no more film appearances, except for a bit role in "The Purple Gang."