Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks & Oscar Price (President of United Artists) 1919
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm - 1917
" If you read the story of Peter Pan and Wendy, you will know a great deal more about Mary and Doug than you do now."
— Charlie Chaplin
Mary Pickford , One Hundred Percent American (1918)
Mary Pickford, One Hundred Percent American (1918)
Mary Pickford by Moody, 1910s
The Love Light, 1921
Happy Birthday, Mary Pickford (April 8th, 1892 - May 29th, 1979)
"I think Oscar Wilde wrote a poem about a robin who loved a white rose. He loved it so much that he pierced his breast and let his heart’s blood turn the white rose red. Maybe this sounds very sentimental, but for anybody who has loved a career as much as I’ve loved mine, there can be no short cuts."
Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford - c. 1920s
Walt Disney purchased the rights to the Tenniel illustrations in 1931. He considered a live-action/animation version of the story, starring Mary Pickford as Alice, and in 1933 some color screen tests were made of her. He registered the title with the Motion Picture Association of America in 1938. (Lenny’s Alice in Wonderland Site)
Mary Pickford and a little friend