LOS ANGELES — Jurors deciding the fate of Oscars awarded to silent film star Mary Pickford were treated during the trial's opening Wednesday to a taste of Hollywood, complete with props, fancy visuals and a little intrigue. Pickford
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"Tup" Mary E. Pickford "Tup" loving aunt and best friend will be greatly missed. Mary E. Pickford, 71, died June 20 in Salt Lake City due to complications from kidney cancer. She was born July 1, 1941 in Salt Lake City to Cyril and Alice …
KEENE, New Hampshire: The only copy of a 1911 Mary Pickford movie that marked a turning point in the silent film star’s career is being restored after its discovery by a carpenter in an old New Hampshire barn. The Library of Congress is …
Poor Little Rich Girl Mary Pickford (Image: Courtesy of the TIFF Film Reference Gallery) This week’s pick: Mary Pickford and the Invention of the Movie Star. It all started with a single photograph. Rob Brooks bought his first Mary Pickford
Soon after the turn of twentieth century, Mary Pickford became "America's Sweetheart." In these interview excerpts, film historians explain her appeal, talk about her roles, and describe what it was like to work as an actress in film's early …
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The only copy of a 1911 film starring Mary Pickford, one of Hollywood's earliest stars, is being restored after its discovery in an old barn. The restoration of the silent movie, titled Their First Misunderstanding, is being funded by the US Library …
Tired of life on the road, Pickford, still known as Gladys Smith, auditions for David Belasco on Broadway. The producer changes her name to Mary Pickford and gives her a salary of $25 a week. December 3: Pickford makes her …
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