She soon meets silent-screen starlet Mary Pickford, and a friendship is born that launches both women into the history books. At a time when men ruled the silver screen, Mary was quietly climbing the industry ladder. The day Frances …
The theater and office complex-turned hotel built in 1927 by United Artists founders Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Charles Chaplin and D.W. Griffith drew a …
The theatre and office complex-turned hotel built in 1927 by United Artists …
When it opened nine months later, The Coliseum Theater exhibited Johanna Enlists, a wartime comedy-drama starring Mary Pickford. Renovated several times over …
Beverly Hills, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Mary Pickford Foundation have …
A fictionalized account of the real friendship between silent film actress Mary
It was just like traveling back in time to the Roaring 20s when the Saturday night crowd in Easton headed to the movie house to see Douglas Fairbanks and Mary
Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., Clara Bow, John Gilbert, and Gloria Swanson would soon be gone. Some silent stars, like Greta Garbo, Crawford, …
Mary Pickford co-produced “Coquette”—her first talkie—which was distributed through United Artists, a company she founded with other power players Charlie …
Film pioneer Mary Pickford's naturalism and girlish charm stood her apart from the stylized acting of other silent-film stars. Three films starring "America's Sweetheart" debut on Blu-ray in this three-disc collection. In 1917's "The Poor …