The first question that came to mind was whether the street’s name had any relation to “America’s Sweetheart,” Mary Pickford. This hope was quickly dashed by a …
The only copy of a historic Mary Pickford movie from 1911 has been discovered by a carpenter in an old New …
After such legendary film stars as Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin made Santa Barbara their playground, the coastal hamlet became a haven for wealthy Easterners and a hot spot for health-seekers lured by the …
Pictured: Bologna attends the premiere of "Mary Pickford, The Muse of Music" at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences on August 28, 2009 in Beverly …
During the 1920s she was one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actresses, second only to Mary Pickford in popularity. Since its publication in 1865, Alice’s Adventures in …
They included J.H. O’Neill, John M. Graham, H.R. McClatchey, J.D. McCartney and J.M. Bradshaw. … “The Little American,” starring Mary Pickford, was playing this week this week at the Elite Theatre. Admission to the photoplay …
Pictured: Bologna attends the premiere of "Mary Pickford, The Muse of Music" at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences on August 28, 2009 in Beverly Hills, California.
For more than a month, film historian and writer Christel Schmidt has been touring the country promoting her new book, Mary Pickford: Queen of the Movies. Co-published by the University Press of Kentucky and the Library of Congress, …
The first thing to know about America’s sweetheart is that she was Canadian. It’s not so remarkable for a young actor to move to the States to seek work on Broadway, and eventually an undreamt-of place called Hollywood, nor for that …
Pictured: Bologna attends the premiere of "Mary Pickford, The Muse of Music" at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences on August 28, 2009 in Beverly …