Hollywood Studio Magazine (November 1970)

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FAN PICTURES OF THE 20’S MARY PICKFORD, (Gladys Smith), superstar of the silents, was internationally known as "America's Sweetheart." Born in Canada in 1893, she made her theatrical debut as a stage performer at the age of 5, and her film debut at age 16 when D.W. Griffith cast her in "Her First Biscuit." Her movie career spanned the silent era, progressed through the early days of "talkies" up to and including co-starring with her then-husband, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., in "Taming of the Shrew." Divorce followed. So did her marriage to Charles "Buddy" Rogers, a popular bandleader of the 30's. They are still married - alive and well and living in the hills above Beverly Hills. Page 11