The Wife. Written by Henry C. De Mille and David Belasco
. Scenery/Costumes/Furniture designed by W.H. Day. Directed by David Belasco and Henry C. DeMille
. Lyceum Theatre: 2 Nov 1887- unknown (unknown performances). Note: Filmed by Klaw & Erlanger, Biograph Company as The Wife
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1 Portrayal |
Did You Know?
Gave Mary Pickford
her stage name. Her real name, Gladys Marie Smith, wasn't right for the stage. Gladys didn't suit her, Smith was too common, Marie wasn't common enough. "Marie" became "Mary". Pickford was her mother's maiden name.