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One Hundred Percent American (1918)

 -  Short  -  5 October 1918 (USA)
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A girl wants to go to a ball, admission one Liberty Bond, but rather than go herself, she loans the bond to a girlfriend. A soldier and a sailor find out and take her to the ball with them.

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Mayme
Loretta Blake ...
Tillie
Theodore Reed ...
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Henry Bergman ...
Man who steps on Mayme's foot
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Mayme's army boyfriend
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A girl wants to go to a ball, admission one Liberty Bond, but rather than go herself, she loans the bond to a girlfriend. A soldier and a sailor find out and take her to the ball with them.

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Mary Pickford was a Canadian citizen when this film was made, and when it was released in Canada to support the Canadian war bond drive, it was retitled '100% Canadian'. See more »

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Fun Pickford
6 March 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

100% American (1918)

*** (out of 4)

This here is another WW1 short trying to get American's to donate money but the big difference here is that the film uses Hollywood talent. Mary Pickford, Loretta Blake and Monte Blue lead the cast for this Famous-Players production. The film shows Pickford cutting back on spending habits so that she can give that money for war bonds instead. Instead of buying an ice cream she just settles for water. Instead of buying a new dress she simply wears an old one and so on. This film here uses a lot of humor to get its message across and this can be seen in Pickford's performance, which comes off very good and quite funny. The scene with her in the store lusting over the ice cream was incredibly funny but the ending to the film is pretty weak. The movie runs 14-minutes and is entertaining throughout, although the message is repeated one too many times.


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