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Mary Pickford
Mary Pickford Rogers
Gladys Smith
Gladys Louise Smith
Gladys Mary Smith
actress
Mary Pickford was born Gladys Smith in 1892 in Toronto, Canada.
DOB: 04/08/1892
CA

Mary Pickford

Lived:
April 8, 1892 - May 29, 1979
Also Known As:
Mary Pickford Rogers, Gladys Smith, Gladys Louise Smith, Gladys Mary Smith
Worked as:
company director, distributor, film actress, film company founding partner, producer, screenwriter, theatre actress
Worked In:
United States
by Christel Schmidt

Mary Pickford was born Gladys Smith in 1892 in Toronto, Canada. After her father was killed in an accident, Gladys became the family’s main breadwinner by performing in the theatre. She was seven years old. In fact, the stage became a family venture, as her younger siblings Lottie and Jack and even her mother took up the trade. But the drive and determination to be a star belonged solely to Gladys. In 1907, her ambition would take her to Broadway and famed producer-director David Belasco, who changed her name to Mary Pickford and gave her a part in “The Warrens of Virginia.”

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) publicity still. AMPAS

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) publicity still. AMPAS

Ad In the Bishop's Carriage (1913) Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o). PC

Ad In the Bishop’s Carriage (1913) Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) The Love Light (1921) Frances Marion (w/d). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) The Love Light (1921) Frances Marion (w/d). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) Caprice (1913). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) Caprice (1913). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) with Frances Marion (p/d/w/a). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) with Frances Marion (d/w/a). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) Kiki 1931. PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) Kiki 1931. PC

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Mary Pickford, Charles Chaplin, D.W. Griffith, founders of United Artists, 1919. PC

Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., Mary Pickford, Charles Chaplin, D.W. Griffith – founders of United Artists, 1919. PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) Tess of the Storm Country (1922) Josephine Lovett (co-w). PC

Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) Tess of the Storm Country (1922) Josephine Lovett (co-w). PC

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Mary Pickford (a/p/w/o) with directors and producers. AMPAS

In 1909, when Pickford was between stage engagements, she approached director D. W. Griffith at the Biograph Company in New York and asked for work in moving pictures. She had no intention of working permanently in the new medium, but hoped the income would tide her over before she went back to Belasco and the stage. Pickford was intrigued with film acting, and before long she began to enjoy “posing” for motion pictures. She stayed with the Biograph Company, working as both an actress and writer from 1909 to 1911, leaving for a brief stint with the Independent Motion Picture Company (IMP), and later with Majestic Pictures Corporation. She returned to Griffith at Biograph in early 1912, finishing out the year with him. In 1913, after a run on Broadway in “A Good Little Devil,” Pickford made a definitive break from the stage by signing a motion picture contract with Adolph Zukor and the Famous Players Film Company. The year 1913 marked the dawn of the feature motion picture, and Pickford was about to become its biggest star.

In fact, she came to feature films with a well-established legacy. In 1911, “Moving Picture Mary” was the first movie star to adorn the cover of the New York Dramatic Mirror, an honor previously bestowed only on theatrical stars. And because moviegoers had already singled Pickford out as a favorite, her success in features was guaranteed. In 1914, Pickford’s Tess of the Storm Country, the story of a fiery young woman fighting for the underclass, caused a sensation. The extraordinary reaction made Pickford an international star and created fan worship that had never before been witnessed. In turn, this success gave Mary Pickford incredible bargaining power. In 1916, Pickford had negotiated a contract that gave her a $10,000 a week salary, 50% of her film profits, and her own production company. Pickford would sign off on every aspect of her productions, from the script to the director. She was even known to have had a hand in editing. During these years she worked with directors Maurice Tourneur and Marshall Neilan, the writer Frances Marion, and made some of the best features of her career, including Poor Little Rich Girl (1917), Stella Maris (1918), and The Hoodlum (1919).

Pickford is often remembered for her portrayals of children in films including Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917) and Daddy-Long-Legs (1919). The stories were adapted from popular novels and had been performed on stage with an adult actress (Edith Taliaferro and Ruth Chatterton) playing the role of a young girl. Pickford’s petite size and youthful beauty made her ideal for these parts, but it was her acting talent that seared these roles into the public consciousness. Her portrait of childhood captured both the simplicity and complexity of a young person’s inner world, and also its physicality, through body language and mannerism.

In 1919, when she was only twenty-seven years old, Pickford cofounded United Artists, the first independent film distribution company along with Charlie Chaplin, D. W. Griffith, and her future husband Douglas Fairbanks. Then in 1920 she and Fairbanks were wed in a private ceremony, but they shared their married life with the world. At first, the couple had feared a negative reaction (both were already married when they met), but their union only fed into the romantic fantasies many fans had about Hollywood. The couple was mobbed at every port on their whirlwind European honeymoon. Back in California, they relished their place as the King and Queen of Hollywood, holding court at their home, known as Pickfair. Pickford decided to make only one film a year after 1921, focusing on the quality of her productions. Many believe that she was at her creative peak during the teens, but her films of the 1920s were the most successful. Favorite titles from this decade include a remake of Tess of the Storm Country (1922), Rosita (1923), and Sparrows (1926). Her last silent film, My Best Girl (1927), would be one of the greatest of the era.

The decade’s last year brought about major changes in the industry and for Mary Pickford. By 1929, the Talkies had all but obliterated silent film. Pickford knew she could not resist the change. She cut her old-fashioned curls and made two Talkies before the decade ended. Coquette (1929) won her an Oscar for best actress, and Taming of the Shrew (1929) featured the much-anticipated pairing of Pickford and Fairbanks. But even with good reviews and promotion, these films were not as successful as her silent pictures. She attempted two more sound features, then retired in 1933 after twenty-three years of making movies.  And though she kept on producing films after retiring, the experience was not as rich as running her own career had been. Pickford, whose professional decline had begun in the same year as the death of her beloved mother, Gladys, in 1928, saw her brother and sister die in the 1930s. In 1936, her fairytale marriage to Fairbanks ended in divorce. Fairbanks died of heart failure only three years later. In 1937, Pickford married actor Charles “Buddy” Rogers, her costar in My Best Girl. The marriage lasted until Mary Pickford’s death in 1979.


Selected Bibliography

Bennett, Carl. “Mary Pickford Filmography.” Silent Era: Progressive Silent Film List. http://www.silentera.com/PSFL/filmographies/actresses/Pickford-Mary.html

Card, James. “The Films of Mary Pickford.” Image: The Journal of the George Eastman House. Vol. 8, No. 4 (Dec 1959): 172-191.

Eyman, Scott. Mary Pickford, America’s Sweetheart. New York: Donald I. Fine, Inc., 1990.

Moore, Robert F. “Mary Pickford, Manager.” Motion Picture Magazine (Aug. 1917): 69-70.

“Nineteen Weeks for “Daddy Long Legs” at Boston Theatre.” Motion Picture News (8 Nov. 1919): 3592.

Niver, Kemp.  Mary Pickford: Comedienne. Los Angeles: Artisan Press, 1969.

Pickford, Mary. “Ambassadors.” The Saturday Evening Post. August 23, 1930: 6-7, 117.

------. “Moving Pictures.” Mary Pickford: Daily Talks. The McClure Newspaper Syndicate (7 Dec. 1915): n.p.

------. Sunshine and Shadow. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1955.

------. “Writing Scenarios.” Mary Pickford Daily Talks. The McClure Newspaper Syndicate (7 Dec. 1915): n.p.

Schmidt, Christel. “Preserving Pickford: The Mary Pickford Collection and the Library of Congress.” The Moving Image Journal. 3.1 (2003): 59-81.

------. “The Search for a Film Legacy: Mary Pickford (1909-1933).” Website: http://pickfordfilmlegacy.tripod.com/

Slide, Anthony. The Griffith Actresses. New York: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1973.

Wagenknecht, Edward. Movies in the Age of Innocence. Norman: University of Oklamoma Press, 1962.

Whitfield, Eileen. Pickford: The Woman Who Made Hollywood. Lexington: The University of Kentucky Press, 1997.

Windeler, Robert. Sweetheart: The Story of Mary Pickford. New York: Preager Publishers, 1973.

Zukor, Adolph with Dale Kramer. The Public Is Never Wrong. New York, G.P. Putnum’s Sons, 1953.

Archival Paper Collections:

Mary Pickford papers, 1893-1983. AMPAS-SC.

Mary Pickford scrapbook, Robinson Locke collection, 1870-1920. NYPL-BRTD.

Reminiscences of Mary Pickford. CUOHRO.

Lillian Gish papers and sound recordings, 1909-1992. NYPL-BRTD.

Stark, Samuel. Theatre scrapbook collection, 1860-1950. SU.

Rob Wagner papers, 1925-1942. UCLA-SC.

United Artists Corporation Collection. WHSL.

Complete Project Bibliographies

Filmography

A. Archival Filmography: Extant Film Titles:

1. Mary Pickford as Actress

"1776" or, The Hessian Renegades. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW, USM.

The Broken Locket. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Frank Powell, Kate Bruce, Arthur Johnson, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Cardinal's Conspiracy. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Florence Lawrence, Frank Powell, Arthur Johnson, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Country Doctor. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Frank Powell, Kate Bruce, Gladys Egan, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USM, USW, BEB, CZP.

The Faded Lilies. Dir. D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Picford,  David Miles, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Gibson Goddess. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marion Leonard, Mack Sennett, George Nichols, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Heart of An Outlaw. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood, Marion Leonard, Henry B. Walthall, si, b&w. Archive: USM.

Her First Biscuits. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson, Arthur Johnson, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

His Duty. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Marion Leonard, Kate Bruce, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

His Lost Love. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marion Leonard, Owen Moore, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

His Wife's Visitor. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Frank Powell, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Indian Runner's Romance. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood, Owen Moore, Arthur Johnson, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

In Old Kentucky. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Kate Bruce, Verner Clarges, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

In the Watches of the Night. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, George Nichols, Gladys Egan, Marion Leonard, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USM.

The Light That Came. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Ruth Hart, Marion Leonard, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW.

Lines of White in a Sullen Sea. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Linda Arvidson, James Kirkwood, George Nichols, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Little Teacher. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Kate Bruce, Edward Dillon, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW.

The Lonely Villa. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Marion Leonard, Gladys Egan, Adele DeGarde, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW, USM, USL.

A Midnight Adventure. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Kate Bruce, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Mountaineer's Honor. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Owen Moore, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Necklace. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Florence Lawrence, Arthur Johnson, Frank Powell, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Oh, Uncle. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, James Kirkwood, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Peachbasket Hat Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson, Anita Hendrie,si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Restoration. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marion Leonard, Owen Moore, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW, USM, USL.

The Renunciation. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.:  Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood, Billy Quirk, Harry Solter, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USL.

The Sealed Room. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marion Leonard, Henry B. Walthall, Arthur Johnson, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM, USL.

The Seventh Day. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood, Rose King, Frank Powell, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Slave. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Florence Lawrence, Harry Solter, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Son's Return. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Anita Hendrie, Billy Quirk, Herbert Prior, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USL.

Sweet and Twenty. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, James Kirkwood, Florence Lawrence, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Tender Hearts. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood, Frank Powell, Lottie Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USM.

The Test. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Marion Leonard, Arthur Johnson, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

They Would Elope. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, James Kirkwood, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

Through the Breakers. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marion Leonard, James Kirkwood, Adele DeGarde, si, b&w. Archive: USF, GBB, USR, USW, USM.

To Save Her Soul. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, George Nichols, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Trick That Failed. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Mack Sennett, Billy Quirk, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

Two Memories Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marion Leonard, David Miles, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Violin Maker of Cremona. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, David Miles, Owen Moore, Herbert Prior, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW.

The Way of Man. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Florence Lawrence, Arthur Johnson, Gladys Egan, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

What's Your Hurry? Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, George Nichols, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

All On Account of the Milk. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Blanche Sweet, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

An Arcadian Maid. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Mack Sennett, Kate Bruce, George Nichols, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW, USL.

As It Is In Life. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, George Nichols, Gladys Egan, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USR, USW, USM.

The Call To Arms. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Narion Leonard, Joseph Graybill, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

A Child's Impulse. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Vivian Prescott, Charles West, Joseph Graybill, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

A Decree of Destiny. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Joseph Graybill, Marion Sunshine, Clara Bracey, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The Englishman and the Girl. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, George Nichols, Charles Craig, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

A Gold Necklace. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Kate Bruce, Lottie Pickford, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

In the Season of Buds. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Mack Sennett, Charles West, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The Italian Barber. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Joseph Graybill, Marion Sunshine, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Love Among the Roses. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Marion Leonard, Arthur Johnson, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW, USM.

A Lucky Toothache. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Mack Sennett, Edward Dillon, Charles West, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

Maid or Man. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USM.

The Mirror. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Owen Moore, William Shay, si, b&w. Archive: USR.

Muggsy Becomes a Hero. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Grace Henderson, Edward Dillon, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Muggsy's First Sweetheart. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Edward Dillon, Joseph Graybill, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

Never Again. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Mack Sennett, Anthony O’Sullivan, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The Newlyweds. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Florence Barker, Charles West, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

A Plain Song. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Dell Henderson, Kate Bruce, W. Chrystie Miller, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW.

Ramona. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Francis Grandon, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW, USM.

A Rich Revenge. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Francis Grandon, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

A Romance of the Western Hills. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Dorothy West, Alfred Paget, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USW.

Simple Charity. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Edwin August, W. Chrystie Miller, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Smoker. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Jack Pickford, Frank Opperman, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USL.

The Song of the Wildwood Flute. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Dark Cloud, Francis Grandon, Dell Henderson, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW, USM.

The Sorrows of the Unfaithful. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Edward Dillon, Gladys Egan, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Thread of Destiny. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Linda Arvidson, Francis J. Grandon, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Three Sisters. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marion Sunshine, Vivian Prescott, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USR, USW.

The Twisted Trail. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, George Nichols, Kate Burce, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Two Brothers. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Dell Henderson, Marion Leonard, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Unchanging Sea. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Linda Arvidson, Arthur Johnson, Dell Henderson, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USM.

A Victim of Jealousy. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford,  James Kirkwood, Florence Barker, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Waiter No. 5. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford,  George Nichols, Claire McDowell, Jack Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

What the Daisy Said. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Gertrude Robinson, Joseph Graybill, Verner Clarges, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW.

When a Man Loves. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Dell Henderson, Charles West, George Nichols, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

When We Were In Our 'Teens. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Joseph Graybill, Mack Sennett, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

White Roses. Dir.: Frank Powell (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Edward Dillon, W. Chrystie Miller, Jack Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW.

Wilful Peggy. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Clara Bracey, Henry B. Walthall, Claire McDowell, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

The Woman From Mellon's. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.: Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, George Nichols, Linda Arvidson, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USL.

Artful Kate. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USW.

At a Quarter of Two. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

In Old Madrid. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

In the Sultan's Garden. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, King Baggot, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Lighthouse Keeper. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, William E. Shay, J. Farrell MacDonald, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

Little Red Riding Hood. Dir.: Owen Moore (Majestic Co, US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, James Kirkwood, Mayme Kelso, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

A Manly Man. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, William Shay, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USL.

Sweet Memories. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, Charlotte Pickford, Lottie Pickford, Jack Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

A Timely Repentance. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, William Shey, Lucille Young, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

‘Tween Two Loves. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, William Shey, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW.

When the Cat's Away. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Lottie Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USL.

A Beast at Bay. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Edwin August, Alfred Paget, Mae Marsh, si, b&w. Archive: USF, GBB, USW, USM.

Fate's Interception. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Wilfred Lucas, Charles Hill Mailes, Charles West, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USM, USL.

The Female of the Species. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Claire McDowell, Charles West, Dorothy Bernard, si, b&w. Archive: USF, GBB, USR, USW, USM, USL.

A Feud in the Kentucky Hills. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Charles Hill Mailes, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USR, USW, USM.

Friends. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Henry Walthall, Lionel Barrymore, si, b&w. Archive: USF, GBB, USR, USW, USM, USL.

Home Folks. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Charles Hill Mailes, Kate Bruce, Robert Harron, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW, USM.

Iola's Promise. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Alfred Paget, Frank Evans, Dorothy Bernard, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW, USL.

An Indian Summer. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Kate Bruce, W. Chrystie Miller, Jack Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW.

The Informer. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry Walthall, Walter Miller, Lillian Gish, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The Inner Circle. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Adolph Lestina, Jack Pickford, Chalres Hill Mailes, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Just Like a Woman. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford,Wilfred Lucas, Grace Henderson, Mae Marsh, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

A Lodging for the Night. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Charles West, Charles Hill Mailes, William Carroll, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Mender of the Nets. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Mabel Normand, Charles West, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USR, USW, USM.

My Baby. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Eldean Stewart, W. Chrystie Miller, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USM.

The Narrow Road. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Elmer Booth, Charles Hill Mailes, Alfred Paget, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USL.

The New York Hat. Dir.: D.W. Griffith; sc.: Anita Loos (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Charles Hill Mailes, Mae Marsh, si, b&w. Archive: USF, GBB, USR, USW, USM, USL

The Old Actor. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, W. Chrystie Miller, Kate Bruce, Edwin August, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USR, USW, USL.

The One She Loved. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Lionel Barrymore, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

A Pueblo Legend. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford,Wilfred Lucas, Robert Harron, Jack Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The School Teacher and the Waif. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Edwin August, Charles Hill Mailes, Claire McDowell, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

So Near, Yet So Far. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Walter Miller, Robert Harron, Lillian Gish, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USM.

The Unwelcome Guest. Dir.: D.W. Griffith (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, W. Chrystie Miller, Claire McDowell, Jack Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USL.

With the Enemy's Help. Dir.: Wilfred Lucas (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Blanche Sweet, Charles West, Charles Hill Mailes, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USW.

Won by a Fish. Dir.: Mack Sennett (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Edward Dillon, Dell Henderson, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USW, USM.

Behind the Scenes. Dir.: James Kirkwood (Famous Players Film Co. US 1914) cas.: Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood, Lowell Sherman, Ida Waterman, si, b&w. Archive: USR.

Cinderella. Dir.: James Kirkwood sc.: Austin Strong (Famous Players Film Co. US 1914) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Isabel Vernon, Georgia Wilson, si, b&w. Archive: USW, NLA.

A Good Little Devil. Dir.: Edwin S. Porter sc.: Austin Strong (Famous Players Film Co. US 1914) cas.: Mary Pickford, Ernest Truex, William Norris, Iva Merlin, si, b&w. Archive: GBB.

The Eagle's Mate. Dir.: James Kirkwood (Famous Players Film Co. US 1914) cas.: Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood, Ida Waterman, Robert Broderick, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USR.

Tess of the Storm Country. Dir.: Edwin S. Porter (Famous Players Film Co. US 1914) cas.: Mary Pickford, Harold Lockwood, Olive Golden, David Hartford, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USL.

The Dawn of a Tomorrow. Dir.: James Kirkwood sc.: Eve Unsell (Famous Players Film Co. US 1915) cas.: Mary Pickford, David Powell, Forrest Robinson,, Margaret Seddon, si, b&w. Archive: SES, USW.

Fanchon the Cricket. Dir.: James Kirkwood (Famous Players Film Co. US 1915) cas.:  Mary Pickfod, Jack Standing, Lottie Pickford, Jack Pickford, si , b&w. Archive: GBB, USR.

The Foundling. Dir.: John B. O’Brien sc.: Frances Marion (Famous Players Film Co. US 1916) cas.: Maggie Weston, Edward Martindale, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.Little Pal. Dir.: James Kirkwood sc.: Marshall Neilan (Famous Players Film Co. US 1915) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Russell Bassett, George Anderson, William Lloyd, si, b&w. Archive: FRC.

Madame Butterfly. Dir.: Sidney Olcott (Famous Players Film Co. US 1915) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marshall Neilan, Olive West, Jane Hall, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

Mistress Nell. Dir.: James Kirkwood (Famous Players Film Co. US 1915) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Ruby Hoffman, Arthur Hoops, si, b&w. Archive: USM, CZP.

Rags. Dir.: James Kirkwood sc.: Edith Barnard Delano (Famous Players Film Co. US 1915) cas.: Mary Pickford, Marshall Neilan, Joseph Manning, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The Eternal Grind. Dir.: John B. O’Brien sc.: William H. Clifford (Famous Players Film Co. US 1916) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Dorothy West, Loretta Blake, John Bowers, si, b&w. Archive: FRC.

Hulda from Holland. Dir.: John B. O’Brien sc.: Edith Barnard Delano (Famous Players Film Co. US 1916) cas.: Mary Pickford, John Bowers, Frank Losee, si, b&w. Archive: CZP.

Poor Little Peppina. Dir.: Sidney Olcott sc.: Kate Jordan (Famous Players Film Co. US 1916) cas.: Mary Pickford, Antonio Maiori , Jack Pickford, Eugene O’Brien, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

2. Mary Pickford as Producer and Actress

Less than the Dust. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: John Emerson sc.: Hector Turnbull (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1916) cas.: Mary Pickford, David Powell, Mary Alden, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USL

The Little American. Prod. Cecil B. DeMille, Mary Pickford, dir.: Cecil B. DeMille, sc.: Jeanie Macpherson, Cecil B. DeMille, cost.: Lucy Duff-Gordon (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1917) cas.: Mary Pickford, Jack Holt, si, b&w, 6 reels, 5,925 ft. Archive: USR, USW, USL, ITG.

A Little Princess. Prod.: Mary Pickford,  dir.: Marshall Neilan, sc.: Frances Marion, cost.: Lucy Duff-Gordon (Mary Pickford Film Corp US 1917) cas.: Mary Pickford, Norman Kerry, Zasu Pitts. si, b&w, 35mm, 6 reels. Archive: USR, USW, NLA, ESB, USL.

The Poor Little Rich Girl. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Maurice Tourneur sc.: Frances Marion (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1917) cas.: Mary Pickford, Madeline Traverse, Gladys Fairbanks, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USM.

The Pride of the Clan. Prod. Mary Pickford, dir.: Maurice Tourneur sc.: Elaine Sterne, Charles E. Whittaker (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1917) cas.: Mary Pickford, Matt Moore, Warren Cooke, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Marshall Neilan sc.: Frances Marion, cost.: Lucy Duff-Gordon (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1917) cas.: Mary Pickford, Josephine Crowell, Eugene O’Brien, Marjorie Daw, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USL.

A Romance of the Redwoods. Prod.: Cecil B. DeMille, Mary Pickford, dir.: Cecil B. DeMille sc.: Jeannie MacPherson , Cecil B. DeMille (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1917) cas.: Mary Pickford, Elliott Dexter, Raymond Hatton, si, b&w. Archive: USR.

Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Marshall Neilan sc.: Frances Marion (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1918) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Norman Kerry, Kate Price, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USM.

M'liss. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Marshall Neilan sc.: Frances Marion (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1918) cas.: Mary Pickford, Thomas Meighan, Theodore Roberts, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

Johanna Enlists. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: William Desmond Taylor sc.: Frances Marion (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1918) cas.: Mary Pickford, Monte Blue, Douglas McLean, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW, USL.

Stella Maris. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Marshall Neilan sc.: Frances Marion, cost.: Lucy Duff-Gordon (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1918) cas.: Mary Pickford, Conway Tearle, Marcia Manon, Ida Waterman, si, b&w, 35mm., 6 reels. Archive: ITG, USR, USW, USM, AUC.

The Heart o' the Hills. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Sidney A. Franklin sc.: Bernard McConville (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1919) cas.: Mary Pickford, Claire McDowell, Jack (John) Gilbert, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The Hoodlum. Prod.: Mary Pickford, Dir.: Sidney A. Franklin (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1919) cas.: Mary Pickford, Ralph Lewis, Max Davidson, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, GBB.

3. Mary Pickford as Producer, Actress, and Distributor (United Artists)

Pollyanna. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Paul Powell sc.: Frances Marion (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1920) cas.: Mary Pickford, Katherine Griffith, Herbert Prior, si, b&w. Archive: BEB, USR, USW.

Suds. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Jack Dillon sc.: Waldemar Young (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1920) cas.: Mary Pickford, Harold Goodwin, Albert Austin, Rose Dione, si, b&w. Archive: GBB, USR, USW, CZP.

Little Lord Fauntleroy. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Alfred E. Green Jack Pickford sc.: Bernard McConville (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1921) cas.: Mary Pickford, Claude Gillingwater, Joseph Dowling, Kate Price, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

The Love Light. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir./sc.: Frances Marion (Mary Pickford Co. US 1921) cas.: Mary Pickford, Fred Thomson, si, b&w, 35mm, 8 reels. Archive: USR, USW, USL, RUR.

Through the Back Door. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Alfred E. Green , Jack Pickford sc.: Marion Fairfax (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1921) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Gertude Astor, Wilfred Lucas, si, b&w. Archive: USR, USW.

Tess of the Storm Country. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: John S. Robertson, adp.: Elmer Harris (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1922) cas.: Lloyd Hughes, Gloria Hope, si, b&w [incomplete]. Archive: USR, USW, USL, RUR.

Rosita. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Ernst Lubitsch sc.: Edward Knoblock (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1923) cas.: Mary Pickford, Irene Rich, George Walsh, si, b&w. Archive: BEB, USM, CZP.

Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Marshall Neilan, sc.: Waldemer Young (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1924) cas.: Mary Pickford,  Allan Forest, Lottie Pickford Forrest, si, b&w. Archive: BEB, PLW, USR, USW, RUR, USL, DEK.

Sparrows. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: William Beaudine sc.: Winifred Dunn (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1926) cas.: Mary Pickford, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Roy Stewart, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW, USL.

My Best Girl. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Sam Taylor, sc.: Hope Loring, adp.: Allen McNeil, Tim Whelan (Mary Pickford Corp. US 1927) cas.: Mary Pickford, Charles (Buddy) Rogers, si, b&w, 35mm, 9 reels. Archive: BEB, USR, USW, USF.

4. Mary Pickford as Screenwriter and Actress

Getting Even. Dir.: D.W. Griffith, sc.: Mary Pickford (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.:Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Mack Sennett, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Awakening. Dir.: D.W. Griffith, sc.: Mary Pickford (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Mary Pickford, Arthur Johnson, Clara Bracy, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

May and December. Dir.: Frank Powell, sc.: Mary Pickford (Biograph Co. US 1910) cas.:  Mary Pickford, Billy Quirk, Kate Bruce, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM.

Their First Misunderstanding. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince, George L. Tucker. sc.: George L. Tucker (IMP Co. US 1911) cas: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

The Dream. Dir.: Thomas H. Ince, sc.: Mary Pickford (IMP Co. US 1911) cas.: Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Lottie Pickford, si, b&w. Archive: USW.

Lena and the Geese. Dir.: D.W. Griffith, sc.: Mary Pickford (Biograph Co. US 1912) cas.: Mary Pickford, Kate Bruce, Mae Marsh, Edwin August, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USW, USM, USL.

5. Mary Pickford as Producer, Screenwriter, and Actress

Daddy-Long-Legs. Prod.: Mary Pickford, dir.: Marshall Neilan sc.: Agnes C. Johnston, Mary Pickford (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1919) cas.: Milla Davenport, Marshall Neilan, si, b&w.  Archive: USR, USW, NLA, USL.

6. Mary Pickford as Producer, Screenwriter, Actress, and Distributor (United Artists)

Little Annie Rooney. Dir.: William Beaudine sc.: Hope Loring, Mary Pickford (Mary Pickford Film Corp. US 1925) cas.: William Haines, Walter James, Vola Vale, si, b&w. Archive: USF, USR, USW.

7. Mary Pickford as Screenwriter

The Day After. Dir.: D.W. Griffith sc.: Mary Pickford (Biograph Co. US 1909) cas.: Marion Leonard, Arthur Johnson, James Kirkwood, si, b&w. Archive: USW, USM, USF.

Madame Rex. Dir.: D.W. Griffith sc.: Mary Pickford (Biograph Co. US 1911) cas.: Edwin August, Stephanie Longfellow, si, b&w. Archive: USM.

B: Filmography: Not Extant Titles:

1. Mary Pickford as Actress

Back to the Soil, 1911; The Better Way, 1911;  The Caddy's Dream, 1911; The Call of the Song, 1911; The Convert, 1911; The Courting of Mary, 1911; The Fair Dentist, 1911; The Fisher-Maid, 1911; For Her Brother's Sake, 1911; For the Queen's Honor, 1911; A Gasoline Engagement, 1911; Her Darkest Hour, 1911; His Dress Shirt, 1911; Honor Thy Father, 1911;  Love Heeds Not the Showers, 1911; The Master and the Man, 1911; The Message in the Bottle, 1911;  Pictureland, 1911; The Rose's Story, 1911; Science, 1911; The Secret of the Palm, 1911; The Sentinel Asleep, 1911; The Skating Bug, 1911; The Stampede, 1911;  There is Life, 1911; The Toss of a Coin, 1911; Tracked, 1911; While There is Hope, Second Sight, 1911; Caprice, 1913; In the Bishop's Carriage, 1913; Hearts Adrift, 1914; Such a Little Queen, 1914; Esmeralda, 1915; A Girl of Yesterday, 1915.

2. Mary Pickford as Screenwriter and Actress

 Hearts Adrift, 1914; A Girl of Yesterday, 1915.

3. Mary Pickford as Producer and Actress

How Could You, Jean?, 1918; Captain Kidd, Jr., 1919.

4. Mary Pickford as Screenwriter

Caught in the Act, 1911; The Medallion, 1911; When Fate Decrees, 1913.

C. DVD/VHS Sources:

Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley.  DVD (Image Entertainment US 2000)

Tess of the Storm Country. DVD (Image Entertainment US 1999)

Stella Maris. DVD (Image Entertainment US 2000)

The Love Light. DVD (Image Entertainment US 2001)

A Little Princess. DVD (Milestone US 2003)

D. Streamed Media:

Excerpt of The Love Light (1921)

Excerpt from The Little American (1917), starring and produced by Mary Pickford, written by Jeanie Macpherson, and with costumes by Lucy Duff-Gordon.

Credit Report

The Library of Congress has two 35mm prints of a 1968 reissue version of Pickford’s Taming of the Shrew deposited with the U.S. Copyright Office. The sound track on these prints is different than the original 1929 version. Several films exist as incomplete prints: A Timely RepentanceAt a Quarter of Two,  A Good Little Devil,  Less than the Dust,  Daddy-Long-LegsThe HoodlumTess of the Storm Country. The author states that there are silent versions of Coquette and The Taming of the Shrew.

It is believed that Mary Pickford wrote  Their First Misunderstanding (1911), while IMDb credits George Loane Tucker.

Citation

Schmidt, Christel. "Mary Pickford." In Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta, eds. Women Film Pioneers Project. Center for Digital Research and Scholarship. New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2013. Web.   September 27, 2013.   <https://wfpp.cdrs.columbia.edu/pioneer/ccp-mary-pickford/>

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Place: United States