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Olive Thomas: Everybody's Sweetheart (2003)
"Olive Thomas: The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" (original title)

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Story of the life of silent-screen actress Olive Thomas, the wife of Jack Pickford and a former Ziegfeld showgirl. Hailed in her time as one of the most beautiful women in the world, Thomas... See full summary »

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Dana Amendola ...
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Elaina Archer ...
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Catheryn Clarke ...
Olive Thomas
Doris Eaton ...
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Nora Erhardt ...
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Patricia Erhardt ...
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John J. Flynn ...
Billy Bitzer (voice)
Eve Golden ...
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Keith Lawrence ...
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Bernard Thomas
Hugh Munro Neely ...
Harrison Fisher (voice)
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Story of the life of silent-screen actress Olive Thomas, the wife of Jack Pickford and a former Ziegfeld showgirl. Hailed in her time as one of the most beautiful women in the world, Thomas' rising film career was cut short by her tragic, and controversial, death at age 25. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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25 September 2005 (Hungary)  »

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The story of an ambitious girl who met a tragic end
7 December 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you are even reading this then you have at least a passing interest in the subject so this would prove to be an informative documentary about a very obscure star and the victim of an infamous tragedy. The narration is a bit overawed and breathy but it still provides a glimpse of a long gone era lived by someone who lived quite a bit above the level of the common man or woman at the dawn of motion pictures as a popular entertainment and the people in her sphere, be warned if you're a fan of Mary Pickford, she does not come off very well.

The documentary is usually paired with Olive's last film The Flapper. A word or two about that film. As silents go it is certainly no classic like The Wind or Pandora's Box just something cranked out to fill theatres for a week or two but having watched the documentary it is fascinating to see Olive in action just before the end of her life giving a real sense of the woman.


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