A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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POLLYANNA ( 1920) 93 Miss Pickford's first United Artists picture, Pollyanna, directed by Paul Powell, appeared in 1920, and its success vindicated her judgment. In the scene above, Helen Jerome Eddy stands at the fireplace (extreme left), Doc Crane is in the center, and Herbert Prior is second from right. BELOW Next to Mary Pickford, the most diminutive star on the screen was tiny Marguerite Clark, who came to pictures from the stage. Here she is, in Widow by Proxy, made in 1919.