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The attached VANITY FAIR article was written by the silent film star Mary Pickford concerning "a few of the difficulties in the way of dress, make-up, manners and technique" an actress might consider before portraying a child on stage or screen.

Amazon offers a PBS tribute to the actress on a DVD that is strangely titled Mary Pickford.

Click here to read more articles about Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks.

     


Mary Pickford  Considers Her Rolls  (Vanity Fair, 1920)

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