In 1924 the queen of the festival wore a US$32,000, pearl-encrusted gown belonging to silent film star Mary Pickford. In 1925, as documented by National …
Though Hitchcock apparently didn’t care for Balfour—known as “England’s Mary
Camp officially begins in a nearby auditorium named after film star Mary Pickford with inspirational remarks by social media personality Michael Buckley, author of …
Chaplin was at the height of his success. With Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and D. W. Griffith, Chaplin created United Artists, a company that broke with the …
Between 1915 and 1920, when she made 40 silent films, Bara's popularity was "second only to Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin, according to The Guardian. She died of stomach cancer in 1955, at age 69. Her breakthrough role was the …
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The “special cinema attraction” at the Broadway Theatre tonight is Mary Pickford, one of the most popular and highest-paid actresses in the movies, in “The Poor Little Rich Girl,” with live music provided by an “Augmented Orchestra.”
Long before she was honored with a Google Doodle, Mary Pickford was arguably the most famous performer from the early days of Hollywood – she was not the first movie actress, but it could be said that she was the first movie star. The …
Subsequently, a few replicas of this car were built to customer order. The company’s clientele, for its more formal models included, Mary Pickford, Harold Lloyd, Hoot …
The only copy of a historic Mary Pickford movie from 1911 has been discovered by a carpenter in an old New …