A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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102 THE TWENTIES Another famous serial star, Ruth Roland, started in the theater at the age of four and arrived in the movies via Morosco and Belasco road companies. She appears here in Episode 3 of Ruth of the Rockies. The director of the series was George Marshall. BELOW Chaplin was the only member of the Big Four who made no productions for United Artists in 1920. In that year, Mary Pickford made Polhjanna, took time off to marry Douglas Fairbanks, and produced Suds. Here she is, with Harold Goodwin, in Suds.