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When this two page article appeared she was world famous, married to the handsomest actor in Hollywood, adored by all - she could do no wrong. Just fourteen years later, the respected New York playwright Clara Boothe Brokaw would ridicule her in the pages of VANITY FAIR (August, 1932: p. 18) as a sad symbol of a vulgar era.
As if that wasn't bad enough, today few people know who she was - although she does get twice as many Google searches than Lillian Gish.

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An Interview With Mary Pickford (Current Opinion, 1918)

An Interview With Mary Pickford (Current Opinion, 1918)

An Interview With Mary Pickford (Current Opinion, 1918)

An Interview With Mary Pickford (Current Opinion, 1918)

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