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Mary Pickford information

Birth date: April 8, 1892, Canada
Birth place: Toronto
Death date: May 29, 1979, Santa Monica, California, United States
Height:5 ft (1.54 m)
Profession:Actor, Film Producer, Writer, Screenwriter
Nationality:United States of America
Spouse:Buddy Rogers (m. 1937–1979), Douglas Fairbanks (m. 1920–1936), Owen Moore (m. 1911–1920)
Children:Roxanne Rogers, Ronald Charles Rogers
Siblings:Jack Pickford, Lottie Pickford

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Mary Pickford was a Canadian-American motion picture actress, co-founder of the film studio United Artists and one of the original 36 founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Known as "America's Sweetheart", "Little Mary" and the "girl with the curls", sh... Wikipedia

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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Grannie 1912
The New York Hat 1912 Short Miss Mollie Goodhue (the girl)
The Informer 1912 Short The Confederate Captain's Sweetheart
My Baby 1912 Short The Wife
The One She Loved 1912 Short The Wife
A Feud in the Kentucky Hills 1912 Short The Daughter
So Near, Yet So Far 1912 Short The Young Woman
Friends 1912 Short Dora - the Orphan
A Pueblo Legend 1912 Short The Indian Girl
A Pueblo Romance 1912
With the Enemy's Help 1912 Short Faro Kate
The Inner Circle 1912 Short The Rich Italian's Daughter
A Child's Remorse 1912 Short
The Narrow Road 1912 Short Mrs. Jim Holcomb
An Indian Summer 1912 Short The Widow's Daughter
The School Teacher and the Waif 1912 Short Nora, the Waif
Lena and the Geese 1912 Short Lena
Home Folks 1912 Short The Young Woman
A Beast at Bay 1912 Short The Young Woman
A Lodging for the Night 1912 Short The Mexican Girl
The Old Actor 1912 Short The Old Actor's Daughter
Won by a Fish 1912 Short The Woman
Just Like a Woman 1912 Short The Young Woman
The Female of the Species 1912 Short The Miner's Wife's Sister
Fate's Interception 1912 Short The Mexican Girl
Iola's Promise 1912 Short Iola
A Timely Repentance 1912 Short Mrs. Nordell - Heroine of the Movie within the Movie, 'The Wife's Desertion'
A Siren of Impulse 1912 Short
The Mender of Nets 1912 Short The Net-Mender
Honor Thy Father 1912/II Short Mary Fuller
The Caddy's Dream 1911 Short Miss Kelsomine
The Daddy's Dream 1911
The Portrait 1911/I Short Little Vera - the Model
Little Red Riding Hood 1911/I Short Little Red Riding Hood
Love Heeds Not Showers 1911 Short Mary
The Courting of Mary 1911 Short Mary
From the Bottom of the Sea 1911 Short Undetermined Role (unconfirmed)
His Dress Shirt 1911 Short Mrs. Kirby
The Better Way 1911 Short Lillian Garvey - a Salvation Army Lass
The Sentinel Asleep 1911 Short
'Tween Two Loves 1911 Short Grace
By the House That Jack Built 1911 Short Undetermined Leading Role
The Toss of a Coin 1911 Short Alice Barton - the Farmer's Daughter
The Call of the Song 1911 Short Amy Gordon
The Skating Bug 1911 Short
Science 1911 Short Mrs. Crawford
At a Quarter of Two 1911 Short Mrs. Warren
A Gasoline Engagement 1911 Short Flora Powell
For the Queen's Honor 1911 Short Princess Gilda
In the Sultan's Garden 1911 Short Haidee
Behind the Stockade 1911 Short Florence Williams
Back to the Soil 1911 Short Sadie Allen
The Lighthouse Keeper 1911 Short Polly Berry - the Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter
The Master and the Man 1911 Short Elsie Graham
For Her Brother's Sake 1911/I Short Madge Spotwood
The Fair Dentist 1911 Short Edith Morton - The Fair Dentist
The Temptress 1911/I Short Lucille Allen
Second Sight 1911 Short Gertrude Edgar
As a Boy Dreams 1911 Short Mary - the Captain's Daughter
The Stampede 1911/I Short Nello - The Bandit's Daughter
Sweet Memories 1911 Short Polly Biblett
In Old Madrid 1911 Short Zelda
The Fisher-Maid 1911 Short Paula - the Fisher-maid
Conscience 1911 Short
The Message in the Bottle 1911 Short Louise Spencer
A Decree of Destiny 1911 Short Mary
A Manly Man 1911 Short Elinor Williams
Artful Kate 1911 Short Artful Kate Stanley
Pictureland 1911 Short Rosita
The Convert 1911 Short Agnes Boyd
Her Darkest Hour 1911 Short Ruth
The Mirror 1911 Short Dorothy
When the Cat's Away 1911 Short Dorothy - the Wife
At the Duke's Command 1911 Short One of the Ladies of the Court
Three Sisters 1911 Short Mary
Maid or Man 1911 Short Elsie Keene
The Dream 1911 Short Nell Herbert
Their First Misunderstanding 1911 Short Mae Darcy
The Italian Barber 1911 Short Alice
When a Man Loves 1911 Short Tessie
A Dog's Tale 1911
How Mary Fixed It 1911 Short Mary
Little Nell's Tobacco 1910 Short
White Roses 1910 Short Betty
A Child's Stratagem 1910 Short
A Plain Song 1910 Short Edith
The Song of the Wildwood Flute 1910 Short Dove Eyes
Sunshine Sue 1910 Short
Simple Charity 1910 Short Miss Wilkins (as Gladys Nicholson)
Waiter No. 5 1910 Short The Chief of Police's Son's Fiancée
A Lucky Toothache 1910 Short Bessie
The Masher 1910 Short
That Chink at Golden Gulch 1910 Short
A Gold Necklace 1910 Short Mazie
The Iconoclast 1910 Short
Examination Day at School 1910 Short
A Summer Tragedy 1910 Short unconfirmed
Little Angels of Luck 1910 Short unconfirmed
Muggsy Becomes a Hero 1910 Short Mabel
Wilful Peggy 1910 Short Peggy
The Sorrows of the Unfaithful 1910 Short Mary
When We Were in Our Teens 1910 Short Mary
The Usurer 1910 Short Invalid Daughter
An Arcadian Maid 1910 Short Priscilla
The Call to Arms 1910 Short A Messenger
Serious Sixteen 1910 Short
A Flash of Light 1910 Short
What the Daisy Said 1910 Short Martha
Muggsy's First Sweetheart 1910 Short Mabel Brown
A Child's Impulse 1910 Short Grace
May and December 1910 Short May
Never Again 1910/I Short The Girl
The Face at the Window 1910 Short
A Victim of Jealousy 1910 Short The Wife's Friend
In the Season of Buds 1910 Short Mabel
Ramona 1910 Short Ramona
An Affair of Hearts 1910 Short
Love Among the Roses 1910 Short The Lacemaker
The Unchanging Sea 1910 Short The Daughter as an Adult
The Kid 1910 Short unconfirmed
A Romance of the Western Hills 1910 Short Indian
A Rich Revenge 1910 Short Jennie
As It Is in Life 1910 Short George Forrester's Daughter, as an Adult
The Two Brothers 1910/I Short Mexican
His Last Dollar 1910 Short
The Smoker 1910 Short George's Wife
The Twisted Trail 1910 Short Molly Hendricks
The Thread of Destiny 1910 Short Myrtle
The Newlyweds 1910 Short Alice Vance
The Englishman and the Girl 1910 Short The Girl
The Woman from Mellon's 1910 Short Mary Petersby, the Daughter
The Call 1910 Short
All on Account of the Milk 1910 Short The Young Woman
The Heart of an Outlaw 1909 Short The Outlaw's Daughter, as an Adult
To Save Her Soul 1909 Short Agnes Hailey
The Test 1909 Short Bessie
The Trick That Failed 1909 Short Nellie Burt
The Mountaineer's Honor 1909 Short Harum-Scarum, a Mountain Girl
A Midnight Adventure 1909 Short Eleanor
A Sweet Revenge 1909 Short
The Restoration 1909 Short Alice Ashford
The Light That Came 1909 Short
The Gibson Goddess 1909 Short On Sidewalk
What's Your Hurry? 1909 Short Mary
Lines of White on a Sullen Sea 1909 Short Second Couple
In the Watches of the Night 1909 Short At Brainard's
His Lost Love 1909 Short Mary
The Little Teacher 1909 Short The Little Teacher
Pippa Passes; or, The Song of Conscience 1909 Short Girl in crowd
The Awakening 1909 Short The Widow's Daughter
Wanted, a Child 1909 Short
In Old Kentucky 1909 Short Homecoming Party
The Broken Locket 1909 Short Ruth King
Getting Even 1909 Short Miss Lucy
The Children's Friend 1909 Short
The Hessian Renegades 1909 Short Messenger's Sister
The Little Darling 1909 Short Little Darling
The Sealed Room 1909 Short A Lady-in-Waiting (uncredited)
Oh, Uncle! 1909 Short Bessie
The Seventh Day 1909 Short The Maid
The Indian Runner's Romance 1909 Short Blue Cloud's Wife
His Wife's Visitor 1909 Short Bessie Wright
They Would Elope 1909 Short Bessie
A Strange Meeting 1909 Short
The Slave 1909 Short A Young Girl at Court
Sweet and Twenty 1909 Short Alice
The Renunciation 1909 Short Kittie Ryan
Tender Hearts 1909 Short Nellie
The Cardinal's Conspiracy 1909 Short A Disguised Servant
The Country Doctor 1909 Short Poor Mother's Elder Daughter (uncredited)
The Necklace 1909 Short The Maid / In Pawnshop
The Way of Man 1909 Short Winnie, Mabel's Cousin
The Mexican Sweethearts 1909 Short The Señorita
The Peachbasket Hat 1909 Short On Street / In Store
Her First Biscuits 1909 Short Biscuit Victim
The Faded Lilies 1909 Short At Party
The Son's Return 1909 Short Mary Clark
The Lonely Villa 1909 Short One of the Cullison Children
The Violin Maker of Cremona 1909 Short Giannina, Taddeo's Daughter
His Duty 1909 Short One of the children on the street
What Drink Did 1909 Short
Two Memories 1909 Short Marion's Sister
The Drive for a Life 1909 Short
The Deception 1909 Short
The Fascinating Mrs. Francis 1909 Short
Mrs. Jones Entertains 1909 Short as Dorothy Nicholson
Secrets 1933 Mary Marlowe Mary Carlton
Kiki 1931 Kiki
Forever Yours 1930
Screen Snapshots Series 10, No. 5 1930 Short Mary Pickford
The Taming of the Shrew 1929 Katherine
Coquette 1929 Norma Besant
The Gaucho 1927 Virgin Mary (uncredited)
My Best Girl 1927 Maggie Johnson
Sparrows 1926 Molly
The Black Pirate 1926 Princess Isobel in Final Embrace - Cameo Appearance (uncredited)
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ 1925 Chariot Race Spectator (uncredited)
Little Annie Rooney 1925 Little Annie Rooney
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 1924 Dorothy Vernon
Rosita 1923 Rosita, a street singer
Tess of the Storm Country 1922 Tessibel 'Tess' Skinner
Little Lord Fauntleroy 1921 Cedric Errol Widow Errol
Through the Back Door 1921 Jeanne
The Love Light 1921 Angela Carlotti
Suds 1920 Amanda Afflick
Pollyanna 1920 Pollyanna Whittier
Heart o' the Hills 1919 Mavis Hawn
The Hoodlum 1919 Amy Burke
Daddy-Long-Legs 1919 Judy Abbott
Captain Kidd, Jr. 1919 Mary MacTavish
One Hundred Percent American 1918 Short Mayme
Johanna Enlists 1918 Johanna Renssaller
How Could You, Jean? 1918 Jean Mackaye
M'Liss 1918 Melissa 'M'liss' Smith
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley 1918 Amarilly Jenkins
Stella Maris 1918 Miss Stella Maris / Unity Blake
The Little Princess 1917 Sara Crewe
All-Star Production of Patriotic Episodes for the Second Liberty Loan 1917
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm 1917 Rebecca Randall
The Little American 1917 Angela Moore
A Romance of the Redwoods 1917 Jenny Lawrence
The Poor Little Rich Girl 1917 Gwendolyn 'Gwen'
The Pride of the Clan 1917 Marget MacTavish
Less Than the Dust 1916 Radha
The Eternal Grind 1916 Louise
Hulda from Holland 1916 Hulda
Poor Little Peppina 1916 Peppina
The Foundling 1916 Molly O
Madame Butterfly 1915 Cho-Cho-San
A Girl of Yesterday 1915 Jane Stuart
Esmeralda 1915 Short Esmeralda Rogers
Rags 1915 Rags / Alice McCloud
The Foundling 1915 Molly O
Little Pal 1915 'Little Pal'
The Dawn of a Tomorrow 1915 Glad
Fanchon, the Cricket 1915 Fanchon, the cricket
Love's Reflection 1915 Short
Wifey's Fling 1915 Short
Mistress Nell 1915 Nell Gwyn
Broken Hearts 1915
Cinderella 1914 Cinderella
Behind the Scenes 1914 Dolly Lane
Such a Little Queen 1914 Queen Anna Victoria
The Eagle's Mate 1914 Anemone Breckenridge
Tess of the Storm Country 1914 Tessibel Skinner
A Good Little Devil 1914 Juliet
Hearts Adrift 1914 Nina
Caprice 1913 Mercy Baxter
In the Bishop's Carriage 1913 Nance Olden
Fate 1913 Short
The Unwelcome Guest 1913 Short Jessie - the Slavey

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Love Happy 1949 producer - uncredited
Sleep, My Love 1948 producer - uncredited
Stork Bites Man 1947 producer
The Adventures of Don Coyote 1947 executive producer - uncredited
High Fury 1947 producer
Susie Steps Out 1946 producer
Little Iodine 1946 executive producer - uncredited
The Gay Desperado 1936 producer
One Rainy Afternoon 1936 producer
Secrets 1933 executive producer
Kiki 1931 producer
The Taming of the Shrew 1929 producer
Coquette 1929 producer - uncredited
My Best Girl 1927 producer - uncredited
Sparrows 1926 producer - uncredited
Little Annie Rooney 1925 producer - uncredited
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 1924 producer
Rosita 1923 producer
Tess of the Storm Country 1922 producer - uncredited
Little Lord Fauntleroy 1921 producer
Through the Back Door 1921 producer
The Love Light 1921 producer
Suds 1920 producer
Pollyanna 1920 producer - uncredited
Heart o' the Hills 1919 executive producer
The Hoodlum 1919 executive producer
Daddy-Long-Legs 1919 producer - uncredited
Captain Kidd, Jr. 1919 producer - uncredited
Johanna Enlists 1918 executive producer
How Could You, Jean? 1918 producer
The Little Princess 1917 producer
The Little American 1917 producer
Less Than the Dust 1916 producer
Poor Little Peppina 1916 producer - uncredited
The Foundling 1916 producer
The Foundling 1915 producer

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Little Annie Rooney 1925 by - as Catherine Hennessey
Garrison's Finish 1923 titles
A Girl of Yesterday 1915
Rags 1915
Hearts Adrift 1914
Granny 1913/II Short scenario
When Fate Decrees 1913 Short writer
Lena and the Geese 1912 Short
Madame Rex 1911 Short
May and December 1910 Short
In the Season of Buds 1910 Short
The Day After 1909 Short writer
The Little Teacher 1909 Short writer
The Awakening 1909 Short writer

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Heart o' the Hills 1919 "Heart O' The Hills"
The Hoodlum 1919 "The Hoodlum"
Daddy-Long-Legs 1919 "Daddy Long Legs",

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Love Happy 1949 presenter
Sleep, My Love 1948 presenter
Daddy-Long-Legs 1919 adaptation assistant - uncredited

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 1924 uncredited

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dieter & Andreas 1989 Short grateful acknowledgment
Hollywood: The Golden Years 1961 TV Movie documentary acknowledgment: film source

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Star Night at the Cocoanut Grove 1934 Short Herself
Hollywood on Parade No. A-9 1933 Short Herself (uncredited)
Hollywood on Parade No. A-4 1933 Documentary short Herself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots 1932/II Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots 1932/I Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots Series 10, No. 6 1931 Short Herself
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 23 1930 Short Herself, at Premiere
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 24 1930 Short Herself, Screen Stars Dress Shop Hostess
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 21 1930 Short Herself
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 22 1930 Short Herself
The Voice of Hollywood No. 15 1930 Short Herself (uncredited)
The Voice of Hollywood No. 7 1930 Short documentary Herself (uncredited)
The Voice of Hollywood No. 10 1930 Short Herself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 14 1930 Short Herself
Potseluy Meri Pikford 1927 Herself
Screen Snapshots No. 2 1925 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 6, No. 2 1925 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 5, No. 14 1925 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 5, No. 1 1924 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 8 1923 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 5 1923 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 2 1923 Documentary short Herself
Hollywood 1923 Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 3, No. 19 1923 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 3, No. 17 1923 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 3, No. 10 1922 Documentary short Herself
From Farm to Fame 1922 Short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 22-F 1922 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 14-F 1921 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 1-F 1921 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 1, No. 11 1920 Documentary short Herself
Screen Snapshots, Series 1, No. 5 1920 Documentary short Herself
United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive 1918 Short Herself
The 48th Annual Academy Awards 1976 TV Special Herself - Honorary Award Recipient (pre-recorded)
Delta Kappa Alpha Silver Anniversary Banquet 1963 TV Movie documentary Herself
Here's Hollywood 1962 TV Series Herself
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Premiere 1955 Short Herself
The 25th Annual Academy Awards 1953 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Picture
Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 6 1942 Documentary short Herself
Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 2 1941 Documentary short Herself - at Motion Picture Home Dedication (uncredited)
Picture People No. 3: Hobbies of the Stars 1941 Short Herself
Meet the Stars #1: Chinese Garden Festival 1940 Documentary short Herself
Hollywood Hobbies 1939 Short Herself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 2 1937 Documentary short Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Un jour, une histoire 2014 TV Series documentary Herself
La naissance de Charlot 2013 TV Movie documentary Herself
Love Lust 2011 TV Series documentary Herself
Time to Remember 2010 TV Series documentary Herself
Smash His Camera 2010 Documentary Herself
Mary Pickford: The Muse of the Movies 2008 Documentary Herself
Blue Skies Beyond the Looking Glass 2008 Short
Burn Hollywood Burn 2007 TV Series documentary Herself
The Dawn of Sound: How Movies Learned to Talk 2007 Video documentary Herself / Norma Besant
Why Be Good? Sexuality & Censorship in Early Cinema 2007 Documentary Herself
City Confidential 2002-2007 TV Series documentary Herself
Silent Britain 2006 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
Filmmakers in Action 2005 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Douglas Fairbanks: The Great Swashbuckler 2005 Video Herself
Garbo 2005 Documentary Gwendolyn
American Experience 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Final Cut: The Making and Unmaking of Heaven's Gate 2004 Documentary Herself
Cecil B. DeMille: American Epic 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
Christmas in Tinseltown 2004 Video documentary short Herself
Chaplin Today: The Gold Rush 2003 TV Short documentary Herself
The Tramp and the Dictator 2002 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Decasia 2002 Documentary
Douglas Fairbanks Sr. and Mary Pickford 2000 TV Movie documentary
Without Lying Down: Frances Marion and the Power of Women in Hollywood 2000 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
Canada: A People's History 2000 TV Series documentary Herself
Kings of the Ring: Four Legends of Heavyweight Boxing 2000 TV Movie documentary Herself
Film Breaks 1999 TV Series documentary Gwendolyn 'Gwen'
Star Power: The Creation of United Artists 1998 Video documentary Herself / Various roles
Life and Times 1998 TV Series documentary Herself
Mary Pickford: A Life on Film 1997 Documentary Herself / Numerous Roles (uncredited)
Gloria Swanson: The Greatest Star 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century 1996 TV Mini-Series Herself
The Universal Story 1995 TV Movie documentary Herself
Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood 1995 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies 1995 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Casting Couch 1995 Video documentary
American Masters 1988 TV Series documentary
Entertaining the Troops 1988 Documentary Herself
Biography 1987 TV Series documentary Himself
What Do Those Old Films Mean? 1985 TV Series Herself (in Paris, 1920) (uncredited)
Komediya davno minuvshikh dney 1980
Hollywood 1980 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself / Actress 'Little Lord Fauntleroy'
Has Anybody Here Seen Canada? A History of Canadian Movies 1939-1953 1979 TV Movie documentary Herself - Attends Premiere with Mackenzie King (uncredited)
America's Sweetheart: The Mary Pickford Story 1978 Documentary
Hooray for Hollywood 1975 Documentary Herself, with Bing Crosby
The Moving Picture Boys in the Great War 1975 Documentary Herself
The Age of Ballyhoo 1973 Video documentary Herself
Hollywood Babylon 1972 Herself (uncredited)
Dieu a choisi Paris 1969 Herself
The Funniest Man in the World 1967 Documentary Herself
Mondo Hollywood 1967 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Hollywood My Home Town 1965 Documentary Herself
Hollywood and the Stars 1964 TV Series Herself
Anniversary 1963
Hollywood: The Great Stars 1963 TV Movie documentary Actress 'Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm' (uncredited)
30 Years of Fun 1963
Hollywood Without Make-Up 1963 Documentary Herself
The DuPont Show of the Week 1962 TV Series Herself
Hollywood: The Golden Years 1961 TV Movie documentary Actress 'Rags' (uncredited)
The Legend of Rudolph Valentino 1961 Video documentary Herself
Project XX 1957 TV Series documentary Herself - Actress
Screen Snapshots: Ramblin' Round Hollywood 1955 Documentary short Herself
Yesterday and Today 1953
Let's Go to the Movies 1949 Documentary short Herself - edited from 'In Old Kentucky' (uncredited)
Flicker Flashbacks No. 2, Series 5 1947 Documentary short Herself (uncredited)
Flicker Flashbacks No. 1, Series 5 1947 Short Lucy (edited from "Behind the Stockade (1909)") (uncredited)
Wilson 1944 Herself - at WWI Rally (uncredited)
Cavalcade of the Academy Awards 1940 Documentary short
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 12 1939 Documentary short Herself
The Movies March On 1939 Short documentary Herself - 'The New York Hat'
Personality Parade 1938 Documentary short Herself (uncredited)
Fashions in Love 1936 Documentary short
A Penny a Peep 1934 Short Indian Princess (uncredited)
Hollywood on Parade 1934/II Documentary short Herself (uncredited)
Movie Memories 1934 Documentary short Herself
March of the Movies 1933 From 'Simple Charity' (1910) (uncredited)
Hollywood on Parade No. B-5 1933 Short Herself (uncredited)
The House That Shadows Built 1931 Documentary
Odna iz mnogikh 1927 Short Herself
Little Miss Hollywood 1923 Short Herself in Film Clip

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1976 Honorary Award Academy Awards, USA

In recognition of her unique contributions to the film industry and the development of film as an ... More

1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 6280 Hollywood Blvd.
1930 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Coquette (1929)

TitleSalary
Heart o' the Hills (1919) $350,000
The Hoodlum (1919) $350,000
Daddy-Long-Legs (1919) $350,000
Stella Maris (1918) $250,000
The Little American (1917) $68,666 .66
A Romance of the Redwoods (1917) $96,667
The Poor Little Rich Girl (1917) $10,000 /week
Less Than the Dust (1916) $10,000 /week + 50% of profits
Rags (1915) $4,000 /week
Caprice (1913) $500 /week
The Courting of Mary (1911) $275 /week
A Gold Necklace (1910) $175 /week

#Fact
1 One of her happiest memories as a child living in Toronto, Mary would rent a bicycle for ten cents and loved to ride up and coast down University Avenue. On her eighth birthday, her mother surprised her with a bicycle of her own.
2 Mary Pickford reveals in her autobiography, Sunshine and Shadow, that as a young girl living in Toronto she would buy a single rose and eat the petals, believing the beauty, color and perfume would somehow get inside her.
3 Colonel Ralph J. Phaneuf and the soldiers the 143rd Field Artillery of Camp Kearny, California, officially made Mary their Honorary Colonel during World War I.
4 In the 1920s, when prominent Hollywood columnist Herbert Howe asked his banker for advice about Los Angeles real estate, the banker responded, "Go ask Mary Pickford. She knows more about local real estate than anybody I know".
5 When her mother Charlotte Smith died in 1928, she bequeathed $200,000 each in trust to her two younger children Jack Pickford and Lottie Pickford and to Lottie's daughter Gwynne. But she left the large bulk of her estate to her eldest daughter Mary Pickford of $1 million, because she recognized that Mary had sacrificed her childhood to become the family's breadwinner at age 5. Charlotte wrote in her will: "Whatever property I possess at the time of my death has come to me through my association with my beloved daughter in her business and through her most unusual generosity to me".
6 Was the 1st of 3 consecutive Canadian actresses to win the Best Actress Oscar. The others were Norma Shearer and Marie Dressler.
7 She was posthumously awarded a star on Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto, Ontario in 1999.
8 She was posthumously awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars on November 16, 1993.
9 Was the 2nd actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Actress Oscar for Coquette (1929) at The 2nd Academy Awards on April 3, 1930.
10 Fil Daily-West Coast Bureau-Tuesday, May 7, 1935: Mary Pickford has signed with Henry Duffy, theatrical manager, to appear in "Coquette". She will tour in the play along the coast.
11 Singer Katie Melua wrote a song in homage to Pickford, with her name as the title, which was featured on her 2007 album "Pictures".
12 Was a founding member of The Society of Independent Motion Picture Producers (SIMPP).
13 The character Edna Strickland changes her name to Mary Pickford in Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 5, Outatime (2011).
14 Had two adopted children with her third husband Charles 'Buddy' Rogers - a son named Ronald Charles Rogers (born 1937) and a daughter named Roxanne Rogers (born 1944 - died 2007 from osteoporosis).
15 Founder/President of Mary Pickford Company, a production company formed in 1919, and the Mary Pickford Film Corporation, formed in 1916. The former produced films only for Pickford, the latter company produced non-Pickford films.
16 She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6280 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on February 8, 1960.
17 She started her film career at Biograph Company (American Mutoscope & Biograph) in 1909, when Biograph's director D.W. Griffith hired her. Her first film was Biograph's Pippa Passes; or, The Song of Conscience (1909), though she only was a face in the crowd. However, this launched her long and illustrious film career.
18 She paid for her grandchildren to go to school, provided that they showed proof that they were registered.
19 She became estranged from daughter Roxanne for a time when she, at age 18, ran off to marry a man her parents did not approve of.
20 When she presented producer Cecil B. DeMille with the Best Picture Oscar for The Greatest Show on Earth (1952) (March 19, 1953), not only was it the first time the Academy Awards ceremonies had ever been televised, it was also her very first television appearance.
21 She and husband Douglas Fairbanks were friends with Edsel Ford (son of Henry Ford) and his wife. In the Edsel and Eleanor Ford home at 1100 Lake Shore Road, Grosse Point Shores, Michigan there hangs in the study an autographed photo of her signed "Mary Pick-A-Ford", c. 1932.
22 In December 1910, she left the Biograph Company to work for Carl Laemmle at Independent Moving Picture Company for $175 a week.
23 In October 1911, a court voided her contract with IMP because she was a minor when she signed it. As a result, she left IMP for the Majestic Company for $275/week.
24 Was Joan Crawford's mother-in-law, while Crawford was married to Pickford's son, Douglas Fairbanks Jr..
25 Her last silent movie was the romance comedy My Best Girl (1927).
26 Was to have made her big-screen comeback as Vinnie in Life with Father (1947), but the role eventually went to Irene Dunne because of Dunne's box-office appeal.
27 She was first hired for the movies by director D.W. Griffith.
28 Her first starring appearance in a film was in Her First Biscuits (1909) for Biograph Company.
29 Her likeness is included as part of the "Canadians in Hollywood" stamp series released by CanadaPost in 2006. The others in the series were Fay Wray, Lorne Greene and John Candy.
30 The romance drama Coquette (1929) was her first talkie.
31 Ernst Lubitsch came to America at Mary's invitation to direct Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall (1924), but when he arrived he had changed his mind and would not do it (it was eventually directed by Marshall Neilan). Instead, he and Mary made Rosita (1923) together.
32 The house in which she lived in Hollywood for most of her life was nicknamed "Pickfair".
33 Is portrayed by Maria Pitillo in Chaplin (1992)
34 Was named #24 on The American Film Institute 50 Greatest Screen Legends
35 First star (along with husband Douglas Fairbanks) to officially place hand and footprints in the cement at Grauman's Chinese Theatre (April 30, 1927). Hollywood legend has it that the very first star to do so, unofficially, thus inspiring the ensuing tradition, was Norma Talmadge when she accidentally walked onto the wet cement prior to the official opening of the Theatre
36 Turned down the role of Norma Desmond in Sunset Blvd. (1950), which went to Gloria Swanson.
37 Was the subject of the first cinematic close up shot, in Friends (1912).
38 She left her children $50,000 and her grandchildren trust funds.
39 Son Ronnie has three children, daughter Jamie (born 1954), son Tommy (born 1955), and son Douglas Pickford (born 1966). Daughter Roxanne gave birth to a daughter, Katina, in the early 1960s.
40 She was the first movie actress to receive a percentage of a film's earnings
41 Became a United States citizen on her marriage to Douglas Fairbanks, but later reclaimed her Canadian citizenship and died an American and Canadian citizen.
42 Daughter of actress Charlotte Smith.
43 Second cousin of John Mantley.
44 Sister-in-law of Joe Moore, Tom Moore and Matt Moore.
45 Sister-in-law of Robert Fairbanks.
46 Had English and Irish ancestry.
47 She died of complications from cerebral hemorrhage at Santa Monica Hospital, CA. Her third husband, Buddy, was at her bedside. Following her death, she was interred in the Garden of Memory at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, CA.
48 Formed United Artists company with Douglas Fairbanks, D.W. Griffith and Charles Chaplin. The first artist to have her name in marquee lights. The first international star.
49 Stage producer David Belasco gave Mary her stage name in 1908. Her real name, Gladys Marie Smith, was not right for an actress on his stage. "Gladys" did not suit the diminutive actress, "Smith" was too common, "Marie" was too foreign. "Marie" became "Mary". "Pickford" was her mother's maiden name. Years later, a huge fan who traced her family tree found that the name "Mary Pickford" occurred several times in her mother's family going back to the 12th century.
50 Her mansion Pickfair was sold ten months after her death for $5,362,000; later sold to Pia Zadora in January 1988 for just under $7 million.
51 Stepmother of Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and aunt of Alice Moore.
52 In same stage company as Lillian Gish and Dorothy Gish in the early 1900s.
53 Sister of actor/director Jack Pickford and stage/screen actress Lottie Pickford.
54 Arguably the silent era's most renowned female star. Film historian Ethan Katz goes so far as to call her "the most popular star in screen history".
55 One of the 36 founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).
56 She had intended to have all of her films destroyed after her death, fearing that no one would care about them. She was convinced not to do this.

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1 The time is coming when the screen will be controlled by a big-business combine. When that time comes, I shall retire. Neither Douglas nor I will ever again take dictation from businessmen who sit in their mahogany offices back East, with their big cigars, seeking to control a business which they do not understand. The public demands artists, but these men do not understand the temperament of artists.
2 [appearing under the title "Spooning" in 'Daily Talks with Mary Pickford' May 8, 1916] I am not going to put on a pair of old grandmother spectacles, draw my eyebrows together and 'shush!' the happy young engaged couples who seek the cozy corners of the moonlight garden walks to exchange their lovers litany - no indeed, because that is the sweetest and most beautiful time of a young girl's life. But this I do see is dreadful: unengaged couples spooning promiscuously. Is there anything more jarring upon one than seeing a foolish young girl, not out of her teens, allowing a boy to make love to her? And, as is nearly always the case, the silly girl who tolerates promiscuous familiarities has much to regret when the one man comes along for whom she has been waiting for many years.
3 [on Charles Chaplin] I think he descended, I think he should never have played Hitler for instance. He could've gone on until he was 90 years old playing the little tramp. He personified everything that is miserable, all over the world, he was a poor little human being, but had the philosophy to overcome all of the other things that attacked him. And then when he became Hitler and a murderer and Monsieur Verdoux, Limelight I was sad about, I didn't want to see Charlie as an old man.
4 [upon initially hearing her recorded voice on film in Coquette (1929)] That's not me. That's a pip squeak voice. It's impossible. I sound like I'm 12 or 13.
5 I left the screen because I didn't want what happened to Chaplin [Charles Chaplin] to happen to me. The little girl made me. I wasn't waiting for the little girl to kill me. I'd already been pigeonholed. I know I'm an artist, and that's not being arrogant, because talent comes from God. My career was planned, there was never anything accidental about it. It was planned, it was painful, it was purposeful. I'm not exactly satisfied, but I'm grateful.
6 [In her old age] I saw Hollywood born and I've seen it die...
7 I will not allow one picture to be shown: Rosita (1923). Oh, I detested that picture! I disliked the director, Ernst Lubitsch, as much as he disliked me. We didn't show it, of course, but it was a very unhappy and very costly experience.
8 [on success] This thing that we call "failure" is not the falling down, but the staying down.
9 [on Ernst Lubitsch] I parted company with him as soon as I could. I thought him a very uninspired director. He was a director of doors.
10 [on Douglas Fairbanks] In his private life Douglas always faced a situation in the only way he knew, by running away from it.
11 [on Charles Chaplin] That obstinate, suspicious, egocentric, maddening and lovable genius of a problem child.
12 [on Douglas Fairbanks] A little boy who never grew up.
13 Adding sound to movies would be like putting lipstick on the Venus de Milo.
14 Make them laugh, make them cry, and back to laughter. What do people want to go to the theatre for? An emotional exercise... I am a servant of the people. I have never forgotten that.
15 [at her retirement] I'm not exactly satisfied, but I'm grateful.
16 I never liked one of my pictures in its entirety.
17 If you have made mistakes... and there is always another chance for you... you may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing we call "failure" is not the falling down but the staying down.
18 We maniacs had fun and made good pictures and a lot of money. In the early years, United Artists was a private golf club for the four of us.
19 I'm sick of Cinderella parts, of wearing rags and tatters. I want to wear smart clothes and play the lover.
20 We were pioneers in a brand-new medium. Everything's fun when you're young.


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