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You Can Quote Me: Mary Pickford

It’s All About Perspective

Canadian born Mary Pickford (1892-1979) became a powerhouse in American entertainment in the first half of the twentieth century. She started in the industry with her family when she was a child, and went on to become co-founder of United Artists, one of the largest and most successful studios in Hollywood, and a founding member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 502 more words


Trailblazing Women to be Highlighted on Turner Classic Movies in October

For the second year in a row, Turner Classic Movies will pay tribute to significant contributions to the film industry by women, through their Trailblazing Women series in partnership with Women in Film. 904 more words

Lara Gabrielle Fowler

Past Imperfect - #403

Mary: “I’m sorry, what did you say?”

Mirror: “I said that you really shouldn’t leave the house wearing such a mess. Especially if you plan to flop your hands around like that. 37 more words


Week of August 19th, 1916

One hundred years ago this week, Grace Kingsley scored an interview with Charlie Chaplin on the set of his new film, The Count. She rarely wrote up stand-alone interviews; instead she would incorporate them in her regular news column. 1,075 more words