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Mary Marlowe / Mary Carlton
The Black Pirate
Princess Isobel in Final Embrace - Cameo Appearance (uncredited)
Rosita, a Street Singer
Melissa 'M'liss' Smith
Rags / Alice McCloud
The Confederate Captain's Sweetheart
Dora - the Orphan
A Timely Repentance
Mrs. Nordell - Heroine of the Movie within the Movie, 'The Wife's Desertion'
Waiter No. 5
The Chief of Police's Son's Fiancée
One of the Children on the Street
(12/26/37). Radio: Appeared in an episode of "The Chase and Sanborn Hour".
4 Biographical Movies |
14 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
104 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
53 Magazine Cover Photos |
Catherine Hennessey | Dorothy Nicholson | Gladys Nicholson | Baby Gladys Smith | Gladys Marie Smith
5' 0½" (1.54 m)
Did You Know?
[on Charles Chaplin
] I think he descended, I think he should never have played Hitler for instance. He could've gone on until he was 90 years old playing the little tramp. He personified everything that is miserable, all over the world, he was a poor little human being, but had the philosophy to overcome all of the other things that attacked him. And then when he became Hitler and a murderer and ...
She started her film career at Biograph Company (American Mutoscope & Biograph) in 1909, when Biograph's director D.W. Griffith
hired her. Her first film was Biograph's Pippa Passes; or, The Song of Conscience
(1909), though she only was a face in the crowd. However, this launched her long and illustrious film career.