Mary Pickford: Rags & Riches Collection
In the first of her "child roles," a 24-year-old Mary Pickford is "The Poor Little Rich Girl" (1917), a lonely 11-year-old neglected by her wealthy parents until a health scare unites the family. Maurice Tourneur's effective melodrama, highlighted by a surreal nightmare sequence, co-stars Madeline Traverse, Charles Wellesley. Next, to be near her sociologist dad, a spoiled Mary leaves her grandfather's Fifth Avenue mansion and moves to a crime-plagued East Side tenement in "The Hoodlum" (1919), with Ralph Lewis and Kenneth Harlan. Three-disc set also includes "Sparrows." 4 1/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score; audio commentary; outtakes; interview; bonus short "Ramona" (1910); more. Silent with music score.
- William Beaudine, Sidney A. Franklin, D. W. Griffith, Maurice Tourneur
- Black & White
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- Cast: Mary Pickford, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Ralph Lewis, Madeline Traverse, H. B. Walthall, Francis J. Grandon, Charles Wellesley, Roy Stewart, Kenneth Harlan, Mary Louise Miller, Kate Bruce, Gladys Fairbanks, Melvin Messenger, Dwight Crittenden, Charlotte Mineau, Frank McGlynn Sr., W. C. Miller, Charles H. West, Spec O'Donnell, Aggie Herring, Emile LaCroix, Andrew Arbuckle, Marcia Harris, Dorothy West, Lloyd Whitlock... More
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