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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
The Warrens of Virginia. Written by William C. de Mille
. Belasco Theatre (moved to The Stuyvesant Theatre from 4 May 1908-close): 3 Dec 1907-Oct 1908 (closing date unknown/380 performances). Cast: Raymond Bond
(as "Blake"; Broadway debut), Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Cecil B. DeMille
(as "Arthur Warren"), Emma Dunn, DeWitt Jennings
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?
[appearing under the title "Spooning" in 'Daily Talks with Mary Pickford' May 8, 1916] I am not going to put on a pair of old grandmother spectacles, draw my eyebrows together and 'shush!' the happy young engaged couples who seek the cozy corners of the moonlight garden walks to exchange their lovers litany - no indeed, because that is the sweetest and most beautiful time of a young girl's life. ...
One of her happiest memories as a child living in Toronto, Mary would rent a bicycle for ten cents and loved to ride up and coast down University Avenue. On her eighth birthday, her mother surprised her with a bicycle of her own.