A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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THE LITTLE AMERICAN (1917) 79 The war gave the female stars a chance to combine charm with excitement. A fair sample, The Little American, starred Our Mary in 1917. In front of her, either reading a map or his diploma, is Hobart Bos- worth. The Pickford curls influenced the coiffures of the 1910's as profoundly as Garbo's long bob was to in- fluence those of the 1930's. Witness Vivian Martin's hair-do in Molly Entangled. The young man ignor- ing her is Harrison Ford.