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Mary Pickford (Character)
from Chaplin (1992)

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Younger Mary Pickford


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  1. The First (2017/II) Played by Sophie Kennedy Clark

  2. "Murdoch Mysteries"
    ... aka "The Artful Detective" - USA (alternative title)
        - A Merry Murdoch Christmas (2015) TV episode, Played by Peyton Kennedy
  3. "Psychobitches"
        - Episode #1.5 (2013) TV episode, Played by Julia Davis
  4. "Celebrity Ghost Stories"
        - Erin Moran/Pia Zadora/Michael Beach (2012) TV episode, Played by Rachel Naar

  5. Dan Francisco: Notary Public (2007) Played by DeMane Davis
  6. The Day Mary Pickford Fell off the Screen (2005) Played by Lisa Santonato
  7. Les états-Unis d'Albert (2005) Played by Julie McClemens

  8. "Witness to Yesterday"
        - Mary Pickford (1998) TV episode, Played by Charmion King
  9. Star Power: The Creation of United Artists (1998) (V) Played by Joy Noe
  10. Chaplin (1992) Played by Maria Pitillo

  11. Bakom masker (1974) (TV) Played by Agneta Ekmanner

  12. Screen Snapshots Series 10, No. 5 (1930) Played by Mary Pickford
  13. Star Impersonations (1930) Played by Mabel Poulton

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From Chaplin (1992)
J. Edgar Hoover: I sometimes wonder if you people realize the responsibility you carry. To my way of thinking, motion pictures are potentially the most influential form of communication ever invented. And there's no control over them. Your message reaches everyone, everywhere.
Mary Pickford: Message?
J. Edgar Hoover: Of course. Mr. Chaplin here reaches millions who only have to see. And when they see a mockery being made of our immigration services, I'd call that a message.
Charlie Chaplin: Yes, well, as you've already said, Mr. Hoover, motion pictures are for the people. Most of the people work for a living, and they don't make much money doing it. It gives them pleasure to see officialdom and the upper classes getting a kick up the backside. Always has, and it always will. And if that can change things, so much the better.
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