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This 1915 film was completed in August and reviewed by trade papers, but was destroyed by fire in a studio accident. It was immediately remade with a different director and a slightly different cast and release on 2 January 1916, only 6 days after the scheduled release date for the destroyed version. See more »

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Mary Pickford as Producer
30 October 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

At the age of 23, Mary Pickford began producing her own films, even earlier than Charles Chaplin who began in 1916 with Mutual Films at the age of 27. Admittedly, you should begin producing films in your 20's rather than any later in order to be taken seriously as an all round creative person, but Pickford was given enviable opportunities as a 23 year old.


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