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List of Mary Pickford Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Rags (1915)
19
3
Rags
19
3
Role:
Rags / Alice McCloud
Starring:
J. Farrell MacDonald, Marshall Neilan, Joseph Manning
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
2. That Chink at Golden Gulch (1910)
17
3
That Chink at Golden Gulch
17
3
Starring:
Anthony O'Sullivan, Kate Bruce, Dell Henderson, Gertrude Robinson
Directed By:
3. Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925)
16
2
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
16
2

Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ is an adventure romantic drama film which tells the story of Ben-Hur, a wealthy young Jewish prince, who is a friend fo the powerful Roman tribune, Messala. Ben-Hur’s life gets ugly when an accident and a false accusation leads him to getting arrested falsely. Instead of helping him, Messala, who has now become arrogant and corrupt, makes sure that Be-Hur is jailed and separated from the rest of his family.  

Directed By:
Fred Niblo, Charles Brabin, Christy Cabanne, J.J. Cohn, Rex Ingram
4. My Best Girl (1927)
17
2
My Best Girl
17
2

Maggie Johnson, a stockroom girl in Merrill departmental store falls in love with co-worker Joe Grant, who actually is the store-owner’s son working his way up to succeed on his own in life. He too reciprocates her feelings. But when Maggie finds out his true identity and also, about his betrothal to high-society girl Millicent, she leaves heartbroken. Will the sweethearts re-unite? 

Role:
Maggie Johnson
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Lucien Littlefield, Carmelita Geraghty, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers
Directed By:
Sam Taylor
5. Little Annie Rooney (1925)
18
2
Little Annie Rooney
18
2

This silent film follows the life of tomboyish and naughty Annie Rooney, the daughter of a respected police officer. When her father is shot dead, she and her brother set out to find his killer. Suspecting Annie’s boyfriend as the wrongdoer, her brother shoots him; but Annie donates blood to save her boyfriend’s life, and then strives to find the actual killer. 

Role:
Little Annie Rooney
Starring:
Gordon Griffith, William Haines, Walter James, Carlo Schipa
Directed By:
William Beaudine
6. Secrets (1933)
17
2
Secrets
17
2

Secrets is a Western drama film, which tells the story of Mary Marlowe, whose father wishes her to marry a British lord. However, she is in love with a clerk working under her father, and the two decide to elope. However, lots of difficulties await the couple. 

Role:
Mary Marlowe / Mary Carlton
Starring:
Leslie Howard, C. Aubrey Smith, Blanche Friderici, Doris Lloyd
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
7. Sparrows (1926)
17
2
Sparrows
17
2
Role:
Molly
Starring:
Charlotte Mineau, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Roy Stewart, Mary Louise Miller
Directed By:
William Beaudine, Tom McNamara
8. Daddy-Long-Legs (1919)
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2
Daddy-Long-Legs
16
2
Role:
Judy Abbott
Starring:
Milla Davenport, Percy Haswell, Fay Lemport, Mahlon Hamilton
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
9. Kiki (1931)
16
2
Kiki
16
2

Kiki is a romantic comedy drama film, which tells the story of Kiki, a French chorus girl, who wants to enter the show business at any cost.

Role:
Kiki
Starring:
Betty Grable, Margaret Livingston, Joseph Cawthorn, Reginald Denny
Directed By:
Sam Taylor
10. Lines of White on a Sullen Sea (1909)
14
2
Lines of White on a Sullen Sea
14
2
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Marion Leonard, Kate Bruce, George Nichols
Directed By:
11. Their First Misunderstanding (1911)
15
2
Their First Misunderstanding
15
2
Role:
Mae Darcy
Starring:
Owen Moore, Thomas H. Ince, J. Farrell MacDonald, Hayward Mack
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince, George Loane Tucker
12. Stella Maris (1918)
15
2
Stella Maris
15
2
Role:
Miss Stella Maris / Unity Blake
Starring:
Ida Waterman, Herbert Standing, Conway Tearle, Marcia Manon
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
13. The Gaucho (1927)
16
2
The Gaucho
16
2

A girl falls from a cliff in the Argentine Andes, but she is saved by a miracle. A shrine is built around the site, and a wealthy village grows around it. However, things get ugly when an evil general named Ruiz captures the village and closes down the shrine.  He confiscates all their wealth as well, but Gaucho, the disreputable leader of a band of outlaws comes to the rescue, as a hero.

Starring:
Gustav von Seyffertitz, Eve Southern, Michael Vavitch, Lupe Velez
Directed By:
F. Richard Jones
14. Tess of the Storm Country (1922)
14
2
Tess of the Storm Country
14
2

Tess of the Storm Country is a silent drama film which tells the story of a woman who claims an illegitimate child as her own. However, due to this, she faces social ostracism. 

Role:
Tessibel 'Tess' Skinner
Starring:
Milton Berle, David Torrence, Forrest Robinson, Gloria Hope
Directed By:
John S. Robertson
15. Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall (1924)
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2
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall
14
2

In 1550, George Vernon agrees to have his daughter Dorothy betrothed to the son of the Earl of Rutland. The marriage between the Earl’s son John and Dorothy is to take place on Dorothy’s eighteenth birthday, or else George is going to have to pay a large penalty to the Earl. However, when George hears rumor’s of John’s wild behavior in France, he decides to call off the wedding.

Role:
Dorothy Vernon
Starring:
Marc McDermott, Anders Randolf, Carrie Daumery, Allan Forrest
Directed By:
Mary Pickford, Marshall Neilan
16. The Black Pirate (1926)
16
2
The Black Pirate
PG
16
2

The Black Pirate is an action adventure film which tells the story of a young man, whose father is murdered by a gang of pirates. The man therefore infiltrates the pirate gang, in order to take revenge. He plays an important role in the gang, helping them capture a ship. But he finds a young woman on board the ship whom he wants to protect from getting raped by the pirates.

Starring:
Donald Crisp, Sam De Grasse, Anders Randolf, Billie Dove
Directed By:
Albert Parker
17. The Dawn of a Tomorrow (1915)
15
2
The Dawn of a Tomorrow
15
2
Role:
Glad
Starring:
David Powell, Forrest Robinson, Robert Cain, Margaret Seddon
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
18. The Heart of an Outlaw (1909)
15
2
The Heart of an Outlaw
15
2
Role:
The Outlaw's Daughter, as an Adult
Starring:
Gladys Egan, Marion Leonard, Henry B. Walthall, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
19. The Taming of the Shrew (1929)
16
2
The Taming of the Shrew
16
2

Based on the play of the same name by William Shakespeare, this comedy film takes us back to the 16th century. The film tells us the story of Hortensio, who falls in love with Blanca, the youngest daughter of Baptista. However, Baptista refuses to allow the two to get married, until his eldest daughter Katherine, is engaged.   

Role:
Katherine
Starring:
Douglas Fairbanks, Clyde Cook, Joseph Cawthorn, Edwin Maxwell
Directed By:
Sam Taylor
20. Coquette (1929)
16
2
Coquette
16
2
Role:
Norma Besant
Starring:
Matt Moore, John St. Polis, Johnny Mack Brown, William Janney
Directed By:
Sam Taylor
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
21. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917)
15
2
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
15
2

Based on Kate Douglas’ novel, the movie follows Rebecca Randall, a high-spirited young farm girl, who is sent to live with her strict aunt. There she falls in love with Adam who she agrees to marry when she attains the age. Eventually, she is sent to boarding school and develops into a beautiful young lady. 

Role:
Rebecca Randall
Starring:
Milton Berle, Charles Ogle, Eugene O'Brien, Helen Jerome Eddy
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
22. Little Lord Fauntleroy (1921)
15
2
Little Lord Fauntleroy
15
2

Cedric is a young boy living in New York City with his widowed mother. He receives a news that he is the long-lost heir of the Earl of Dorincourt, who has made him the heir of his estate after his last surviving son passed away in a road mishap. Therefore, Cedric travels to England with his mother to claim his title, but difficulties await him.

Role:
Cedric Errol / Widow Errol
Starring:
Milton Berle, Kate Price, James A. Marcus, Claude Gillingwater
Directed By:
Jack Pickford, Alfred E. Green
23. Through the Back Door (1921)
15
2
Through the Back Door
15
2

Through the Back Door is a silent comedy drama film which revolves around a ten year old girl Jeanne, whose mother Louise gets married to a very wealthy but selfish man, named Elton. He convinces her to leave for America with him and leave Jeanne with their maid Marie. However, Marie gets attached to Jeanne, and when Louise returns, she lies to her saying that Jeanne passed away.

Role:
Jeanne
Starring:
Wilfred Lucas, Gertrude Astor, Helen Raymond, C. Norman Hammond
Directed By:
Jack Pickford, Alfred E. Green
24. The Hoodlum (1919)
15
2
The Hoodlum
15
2

This silent movie follows the life of spoiled, ill-tempered Amy Burke, who is tired of the luxurious life with her millionaire grandfather, so goes with her father to his New York home, a tenement in the slums. Though initially shocked, Amy soon adapts to the new life, and grows close to John, a victim of her grandfather’s manipulations. So, what happens next?

Role:
Amy Burke
Starring:
Ralph Lewis, Kenneth Harlan, T.D. Crittenden, Aggie Herring
Directed By:
Sidney Franklin
25. Little Red Riding Hood (1911)
15
2
Little Red Riding Hood
15
2
Role:
Little Red Riding Hood
Starring:
Owen Moore, James Kirkwood, Lottie Pickford, Mayme Kelso
Directed By:
James Kirkwood, George Loane Tucker
26. Pollyanna (1920)
16
2
Pollyanna
TV-G
16
2

After an orphan loses her father, she starts living with her aunt in a faraway town. Although most of the people in the town are ill-tempered, she eventually starts to bring a change through her optimistic outlook to life.

Role:
Pollyanna Whittier
Starring:
Katherine Griffith, Helen Jerome Eddy, George Berrell, Wharton James
Directed By:
Paul Powell
27. The Poor Little Rich Girl (1917)
16
2
The Poor Little Rich Girl
16
2
Role:
Gwendolyn 'Gwen'
Starring:
Madlaine Traverse, Charles Wellesley, Gladys Fairbanks, Frank McGlynn Sr.
Directed By:
Maurice Tourneur
28. The Love Light (1921)
15
2
The Love Light
15
2

A young woman, who maintains a coastal lighthouse, falls for an American soldier washed ashore. However, she soon realizes that he is actually a German spy. Now she must choose between her love for him and her duty towards her family and her country.

Role:
Angela Carlotti
Starring:
Evelyn Dumo, Raymond Bloomer, Fred Thomson, Albert Prisco
Directed By:
Frances Marion
29. Fanchon, the Cricket (1915)
15
2
Fanchon, the Cricket
15
2
Role:
Fanchon - the Cricket
Starring:
Milton Berle, Lottie Pickford, Russell Bassett, Jack Standing
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
30. Suds (1920)
15
2
Suds
15
2

Laundress Amanda Afflick fantasizes about handsome customer Horace Greensmith, awaiting him to return for his laundry. She tells her colleagues stories about ‘her fiancé 'Sir Horace’ whom her archduke father turned out. Laundry driver Benjamin Pillsbury pines for her, but Amanda ignores him. When Horace returns for his laundry, she implores him to pretend to be her fiancé, while Benjamin awaits her.

Role:
Amanda Afflick
Starring:
Albert Austin, Harold Goodwin, Rose Dione, Darwin Karr
Directed By:
John Francis Dillon
31. Cinderella (1914)
14
2
Cinderella
14
2
Role:
Cinderella
Starring:
Owen Moore, Isabel Vernon, Georgia Wilson, Lucille Carney
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
32. Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley (1918)
14
2
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley
14
2
Role:
Amarilly Jenkins
Starring:
Kate Price, Ida Waterman, Norman Kerry, William Scott
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
33. A Romance of the Redwoods (1917)
14
2
A Romance of the Redwoods
14
2

The silent drama follows Jenny Lawrence, a naive city girl who moves to the redwoods during the California Gold Rush to live with her uncle. But on reaching she realizes her uncle is dead and his identity has been taken up by the bandit ‘Black’ Brown. The two form an uneasy alliance that develops into a romance. 

Role:
Jenny Lawrence
Starring:
Charles Ogle, Raymond Hatton, Tully Marshall, Elliott Dexter
Directed By:
34. Johanna Enlists (1918)
14
2
Johanna Enlists
14
2

Set in the backdrop of World War I, the movie tells the story of Johanna Renssaller, a country farm girl, who has had only two unfruitful love affairs. When an entire regiment of soldiers camps on her farm, everybody falls in love with her. Ultimately she finds true love in Captain van Renssaller. 

Role:
Johanna Renssaller
Starring:
Wallace Beery, Monte Blue, Anne Schaefer, Douglas MacLean
35. Heart o' the Hills (1919)
14
2
Heart o' the Hills
14
2

Young Jason, living with stepfather, Steve Honeycutt, in Kentucky, is a good friend of Mavis Hawn, who is waiting to find her father’s murderer to take revenge. Steve Honeycutt courts Mavis’s mother, Martha, to grab her land. When wealthy outsider Morton Sanders decides to take control of the region for its coal, the villagers protest. Then Sanders’ sudden death raises many questions. 

Role:
Mavis Hawn
Starring:
Claire McDowell, Allan Sears, Fred Huntley, Harold Goodwin
Directed By:
Sidney Franklin, Joseph De Grasse
36. Rosita (1923)
14
2
Rosita
14
2

Rosita is the sole breadwinner to her poor family, although they are always fighting amongst one another. She is fed up of her life of poverty, and therefore, when she is forced to pay taxes, she gets enraged and comes up with a song insulting the king. Therefore, the king’s soldiers are sent to arrest her.   

Role:
Rosita, a Street Singer
Starring:
Holbrook Blinn, Irene Rich, George Walsh, Charles Belcher
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh, Ernst Lubitsch
37. M'Liss (1918)
14
2
M'Liss
14
2
Role:
Melissa 'M'liss' Smith
Starring:
Charles Ogle, Theodore Roberts, Thomas Meighan, Tully Marshall
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
38. The Pride of the Clan (1917)
14
2
The Pride of the Clan
14
2
Role:
Marget MacTavish
Starring:
Matt Moore, Warren Cook, Kathryn Browne-Decker, Edward Roseman
Directed By:
Maurice Tourneur
39. The Newlyweds (1910)
14
2
The Newlyweds
14
2
Role:
Alice Vance
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Dorothy Bernard, Florence Barker, Charles West
Directed By:
40. The New York Hat (1912)
14
2
The New York Hat
14
2

Young Mollie Harding’s dying mother writes a letter requesting Preacher Bolton to use the money she has left to buy a ‘little finery’ for her daughter who is denied such things by her miser father. Pastor buys Mollie a fancy New York hat that she yearned for, which results in gossip and malicious rumors. Will the things be set right for Mollie?  

Role:
Miss Mollie Goodhue (the girl)
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Alfred Paget, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
41. The Little Princess (1917)
14
2
The Little Princess
14
2

Sara led a luxurious life in India before she is enrolled into Miss Minchin's boarding school in London.  Although treated like a princess, Sara remains humble and befriends Becky, a servant girl. Later when the news comes that her father has died penniless Miss Minchin forces her to earn her keep by working alongside Becky. But bad times cannot last forever.

Role:
Sara Crewe
Starring:
Norman Kerry, Katherine Griffith, Anne Schaefer, Zasu Pitts
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
42. The Little American (1917)
14
2
The Little American
14
2

In 1914, Angela travels to France to bring her aunt back to USA. But reaching home she finds her dead and instead of fleeing decides to nurse the wounded French soldiers. Shortly, the Germans occupy the area, killing and raping civilians. Among all this, she is reunited with her German American boyfriend Karl, who has been drafted in the German army.   

Role:
Angela Moore
Starring:
Hobart Bosworth, Walter Long, Wallace Beery, Raymond Hatton
Directed By:
43. The Country Doctor (1909)
14
2
The Country Doctor
14
2

The Country Doctor is a short silent drama film, which tells the story of a doctor who leaves his sick daughter behind to assist a gravely ill neighbor. His wife requests him to come home and care for his own daughter, but he decides to ignore her. 

Starring:
Gladys Egan, Florence Lawrence, Kate Bruce, Adele DeGarde
Directed By:
44. High Fury (1947)
14
2
High Fury
14
2
Starring:
Ian Hunter, Madeleine Carroll, Michael Rennie, Anne-Marie Blanc, Michael McKeag
Directed By:
Harold French
45. Poor Little Peppina (1916)
14
2
Poor Little Peppina
14
2
Role:
Peppina
Starring:
Eugene O'Brien, Antonio Maiori, Ernest Torti, Edwin Mordant
Directed By:
Sidney Olcott
46. Behind the Scenes (1914)
14
2
Behind the Scenes
14
2
Role:
Dolly Lane
Starring:
James Kirkwood, Lowell Sherman, Ida Waterman, Russell Bassett
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
47. The Informer (1912)
14
2
The Informer
14
2
Role:
The Confederate Captain's Sweetheart
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, Walter Miller
Directed By:
48. The Unchanging Sea (1910)
14
2
The Unchanging Sea
14
2

The short is inspired by ‘The Three Fishers’, the well-known poem by Charles Kingsley. A fisherman loses his memory after he meets with an accident at the sea and cannot return home. Meanwhile his wife gives birth to a daughter, and as time passes, she grows into a mature woman. Then one day, the husband sets sail again, reaching his native shore on her wedding day.    

Role:
The Daughter as an Adult
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Linda Arvidson, Gladys Egan, Charles West
Directed By:
49. The Gay Desperado (1936)
13
2
The Gay Desperado
13
2
Starring:
Leo Carrillo, Ida Lupino, James Blakeley, Nino Martini, Harold Huber
Directed By:
Rouben Mamoulian
50. Tess of the Storm Country (1914)
13
2
Tess of the Storm Country
13
2
Role:
Tessibel Skinner
Starring:
Olive Carey, Harold Lockwood, David Hartford, Louise Dunlap
Directed By:
Edwin S. Porter
51. One Rainy Afternoon (1936)
14
2
One Rainy Afternoon
14
2
Starring:
Roland Young, Francis Lederer, Hugh Herbert, Erik Rhodes, Ida Lupino
Directed By:
Rowland V. Lee
52. The Narrow Road (1912)
14
2
The Narrow Road
14
2

The Narrow Road is a drama short film which tells the story of two men who are released from jail after they served their sentences. While one of them wants to go the legal way and stay out of trouble, his fellow ex-convict has other ideas.

Role:
Mrs. Jim Holcomb
Starring:
Jack Pickford, Charles Hill Mailes, Elmer Booth, Christy Cabanne
Directed By:
53. The Lonely Villa (1909)
14
2
The Lonely Villa
14
2

The Cullison family lives in a secluded villa away from the town. Some criminals send Robert Cullison a fake letter to take him away, and as they break-in, Mrs. Cullison and the children lock themselves inside. When his car breaks down midway, Robert telephones home and hearing his wife’s screams, he races home with police help. Will the rescue reach in time?

Role:
One of the Cullison Children
Starring:
Gladys Egan, Marion Leonard, Adele DeGarde, David Miles
Directed By:
54. The Sealed Room (1909)
14
2
The Sealed Room
14
2

A king builds a windowless room for himself and his concubine. But when the concubine is unfaithful and takes another lover in the same room, the king calls for his masons. With the lovers still inside, the king orders the masons to quietly seal the only door to the room, suffocating the two lovers inside. 

Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Linda Arvidson, Marion Leonard, Henry B. Walthall
Directed By:
55. The Mender of Nets (1912)
14
2
The Mender of Nets
14
2

The Mender of Nets is a silent short romantic film which revolves around a young woman who works as a mender for fishermen’s nets. She is engaged and is looking forward to her marriage with her fiancé. But his former girlfriend is unwilling to let him go, and becomes an obstacle to their upcoming wedding.

Role:
The Net-Mender
Starring:
Charles West, Charles Hill Mailes, Mabel Normand, Marguerite Marsh
Directed By:
56. The Female of the Species (1912)
14
2
The Female of the Species
14
2

Four survivors from an abandoned mining town, which includes a husband and a wife, the sister of the wife, and a younger woman, are trying to make it through the desert and reach civilization. The wife suspects that her husband and the younger woman might be having an affair. Things get worse when the husband dies all of a sudden, after which the women have no choice but to continue the journey on their own.

Role:
The Miner's Wife's Sister
Starring:
Claire McDowell, Dorothy Bernard, Charles West
Directed By:
57. So Near, Yet So Far (1912)
14
2
So Near, Yet So Far
14
2
Role:
The Young Woman
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Elmer Booth, Walter Miller
Directed By:
58. A Flash of Light (1910)
14
2
A Flash of Light
14
2
Starring:
Stephanie Longfellow, Verner Clarges, Joseph Graybill, Charles West
Directed By:
59. A Pueblo Legend (1912)
14
2
A Pueblo Legend
14
2
Role:
The Indian Girl
Starring:
Robert Harron, Wilfred Lucas, Charles Hill Mailes, J. Jiquel Lanoe
Directed By:
60. Ramona (1910)
14
2
Ramona
14
2

Ramona is a young girl growing up with her adoptive mother in a ranch. She eventually falls in love with Alessandro, an American Indian boy. Since she is denied permission to marry him, the two lovers have other no option but to elope. However, they are unaware of the fact that hardships and unhappiness await them ahead.  

Role:
Ramona
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, W. Chrystie Miller, Francis J. Grandon
Directed By:
61. The Usurer (1910)
14
2
The Usurer
14
2

This silent short film revolves around a rich but hardhearted money lender who finds a terrifying way to learn about the limitations of money.

Starring:
Edward Dillon, Anthony O'Sullivan, Mack Sennett, George Nichols
Directed By:
62. One Hundred Percent American (1918)
14
2
One Hundred Percent American
14
2
Role:
Mayme
Starring:
Loretta Blake, Monte Blue, Henry Bergman, Theodore Reed
Directed By:
Arthur Rosson
63. The Light That Came (1909)
14
2
The Light That Came
14
2
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Frank Evans, Ruth Hart, Francis J. Grandon
Directed By:
64. The Fascinating Mrs. Francis (1909)
12
2
The Fascinating Mrs. Francis
12
2
Starring:
Harry Solter, Marion Leonard, Anita Hendrie, Barry O'Moore
Directed By:
65. They Would Elope (1909)
12
2
They Would Elope
12
2
Role:
Bessie
Starring:
Kate Bruce, James Kirkwood, William J. Butler, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
66. The Adventures of Don Coyote (1947)
12
2
The Adventures of Don Coyote
12
2
Starring:
Richard Martin, Frances Rafferty, Marc Cramer, Val Carlo, Benny Bartlett
Directed By:
Reginald Le Borg
67. Wilful Peggy (1910)
13
2
Wilful Peggy
13
2

A wealthy man sees a feisty peasant girl, and infatuated with her, he proposes marriage. However, she refuses to get married. Despite this, her mother pushes her into the marriage against her will. She is unable to adjust to her new life, and becomes embarrassed. However, her husband’s nephew convinces her to run away with him.    

Role:
Peggy
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Clara T. Bracy, Henry B. Walthall, William J. Butler
Directed By:
68. Love Happy (1949)
12
2
Love Happy
12
2
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, Marilyn Monroe, Vera-Ellen
Directed By:
David Miller
69. The Old Actor (1912)
12
2
The Old Actor
12
2

An elderly actor who lives with his wife and daughter is dismissed from his acting job as they consider him too old now. On his way home, he finds himself in despair and is also confused how he should give his family the bad news.

Role:
The Old Actor's Daughter
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Edwin August, W. Chrystie Miller, Frank Opperman
Directed By:
70. The Dream (1911)
12
2
The Dream
12
2
Role:
Nell Herbert
Starring:
Owen Moore, Charles Arling, J. Farrell MacDonald, William Robert Daly
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
71. The Hessian Renegades (1909)
12
2
The Hessian Renegades
12
2

The Hessian Renegades is a short war drama film which takes us to the time of the American Revolution. It revolves around a young soldier who has been tasked to carry an important message to General Washington. However, things get difficult after he is spotted by a group of enemy soldiers called Hessians.

Starring:
D. W. Griffith, D.W. Griffith, Linda Arvidson, Kate Bruce, Owen Moore
Directed By:
72. A Beast at Bay (1912)
12
2
A Beast at Bay
12
2

A young and fickle girl breaks up with her boyfriend, because she thinks that he is cowardly. But things take a turn when she is soon kidnapped by a ruthless convict, who has just escaped. Now it is up to her ex-boyfriend to rescue her.

Role:
The Young Woman
Starring:
Edwin August, Alfred Paget, Elmer Booth, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
73. Pippa Passes; or, The Song of Conscience (1909)
12
2
Pippa Passes; or, The Song of Conscience
12
2

Based on a play of the same name by Robert Browning, Pippa Passes is a short drama film which tells the story of a girl named Pippa, whose songs has a healing effect on those who hear it as she passes by. However, she is completely unaware of this fact.

Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard, Owen Moore, George Nichols
Directed By:
74. Her First Biscuits (1909)
12
2
Her First Biscuits
12
2
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson, Charles Avery
Directed By:
75. The Italian Barber (1911)
12
2
The Italian Barber
12
2
Role:
Alice
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Mack Sennett, Joseph Graybill, Marion Sunshine
Directed By:
76. The Son's Return (1909)
11
2
The Son's Return
11
2

After being inspired by the lives of great men, a young man decides to go to the big city, hoping to make a fortune. He is soon able to obtain employment, and within five years, he finds himself holding a good position in an organization, and earning a good salary. He decides to pay a visit to his parents, but due to his changed appearance, his parents don’t recognize him. Upon noticing his fat wallet, his parents decide to rob him.

Role:
Mary Clark
Starring:
Harry Solter, Anita Hendrie, Herbert Prior, Charles West
Directed By:
77. Friends (1912)
12
2
Friends
12
2

Friends is a short silent romantic film which tells the story of two friends who are gold miners who get involved with a beautiful girl who lives above their mining camp.  

Role:
Dora - the Orphan
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Henry B. Walthall, Harry Carey, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
78. A Feud in the Kentucky Hills (1912)
12
2
A Feud in the Kentucky Hills
12
2
Role:
The Daughter
Starring:
Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Charles Hill Mailes, Walter Miller
Directed By:
79. An Affair of Hearts (1910)
12
2
An Affair of Hearts
12
2
Starring:
Anthony O'Sullivan, Mack Sennett, Florence Barker, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
Frank Powell
80. The Day After (1909)
10
2
The Day After
10
2
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Linda Arvidson, Marion Leonard, George Nichols, Blanche Sweet
Directed By:
81. As It Is in Life (1910)
11
2
As It Is in Life
11
2

George Forrester works at a Pigeon farm, but his daughter feels quite lonely when he leaves for work. He eventually brings his daughter to the farm, and although he meets an old sweetheart and rekindles with her, he lets her go because he can’t support a wife and a daughter at the same time. Although his daughter tells George that she will never leave him, years later, she decides to leave her father eventually after falling for a young man.

Role:
George Forrester's Daughter, as an Adult
Starring:
Gladys Egan, Marion Leonard, George Nichols, Charles West
Directed By:
82. An Arcadian Maid (1910)
11
2
An Arcadian Maid
11
2

An unemployed maid finds work at a farm. She soon meets a guy, and falls in love. However, things don’t go as expected, as it seems that he owes a huge debt. Unless she can help him pay off his debts, they will not be able to get married.      

Role:
Priscilla
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Mack Sennett, George Nichols, William J. Butler
Directed By:
83. The Violin Maker of Cremona (1909)
11
2
The Violin Maker of Cremona
11
2

A contest is being held in Cremona for the best violin. Things get complicated for Filippo, because the winner is promised the hand of Giannina, the town’s beauty, and Fillipo is already in love with her. However, since he is a cripple, he decides to help another apprentice named Sandro instead by giving him his violin, which is much superior.

Role:
Giannina, Taddeo's Daughter
Starring:
Harry Solter, Owen Moore, David Miles, Herbert Prior
Directed By:
84. A Strange Meeting (1909)
11
2
A Strange Meeting
11
2
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Kate Bruce, John R. Cumpson, Charles Avery
Directed By:
85. What the Daisy Said (1910)
10
2
What the Daisy Said
10
2

What the Daisy Said is a romantic short film which tells the story of two sisters who want to know if they will ever find true love. One starts pulling the petals off a flower, while the other visits a gypsy fortune teller. However, complications arise because the gypsy tells the fortune so as to serve his own purpose.  

Role:
Martha
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Clara T. Bracy, Verner Clarges, Gertrude Robinson
Directed By:
86. What Drink Did (1909)
11
2
What Drink Did
11
2

A carpenter’s family faces a lot of struggles, when he gets addicted to drinking. They try to convince him to quit, but he becomes more and more abusive.  

Starring:
Gladys Egan, Florence Lawrence, Adele DeGarde, Charles Avery
Directed By:
87. The Mountaineer's Honor (1909)
11
2
The Mountaineer's Honor
11
2
Role:
Harum-Scarum, a Mountain Girl
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Owen Moore, George Nichols, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
88. All on Account of the Milk (1910)
11
2
All on Account of the Milk
11
2
Role:
The Young Woman
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Kate Bruce, Mack Sennett, Blanche Sweet
Directed By:
Frank Powell
89. Madame Butterfly (1915)
11
2
Madame Butterfly
11
2
Role:
Cho-Cho-San
Starring:
Marshall Neilan, Olive West, Jane Hall, Lawrence Wood
Directed By:
Sidney Olcott
90. The Awakening (1909)
10
2
The Awakening
10
2
Role:
The Widow's Daughter
Starring:
Anthony O'Sullivan, Arthur V. Johnson, Kate Bruce, Clara T. Bracy
Directed By:
91. Conscience (1911)
10
2
Conscience
10
2
Starring:
Stephanie Longfellow, William J. Butler, Edwin August, Joseph Graybill
Directed By:
92. Sweet Memories (1911)
10
2
Sweet Memories
10
2
Role:
Polly Biblett
Starring:
Owen Moore, Jack Pickford, William E. Shay, King Baggot
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
93. The Way of Man (1909)
10
2
The Way of Man
10
2
Role:
Winnie, Mabel's Cousin
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, Flora Finch, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
94. The School Teacher and the Waif (1912)
10
2
The School Teacher and the Waif
10
2
Role:
Nora, the Waif
Starring:
Claire McDowell, Edwin August, Charles Hill Mailes, Bert Hendler
Directed By:
95. The Faded Lilies (1909)
8
2
The Faded Lilies
8
2
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Gladys Egan, David Miles, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
97. Getting Even (1909)
9
1
Getting Even
9
1
Role:
Miss Lucy
Starring:
James Kirkwood, Edwin August, Florence Barker, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
98. Love Among the Roses (1910)
9
1
Love Among the Roses
9
1
Role:
The Lacemaker
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall
Directed By:
99. The Call to Arms (1910)
9
1
The Call to Arms
9
1
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Marion Leonard, Henry B. Walthall, Charles Arling
Directed By:
100. The Renunciation (1909)
9
1
The Renunciation
9
1

Joe and Sam are two miners who have been friends for a long time. However, when a woman enters their lives, they begin quarreling against one another over her. Eventually, one of them is about to murder the other during his sleep, but things take a turn when the woman introduces her fiancé, a man from the city, who seems to be quite weaker compared to Joe and Sam.                    

Role:
Kittie Ryan
Starring:
Anthony O'Sullivan, Harry Solter, James Kirkwood, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
101. The Two Brothers (1910)
9
1
The Two Brothers
9
1
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard, Kate Bruce, Dell Henderson
Directed By:
102. The Call (1910)
7
1
The Call
7
1
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, James Kirkwood, Florence Barker
Directed By:
103. The Gibson Goddess (1909)
9
1
The Gibson Goddess
9
1

The Gibson Goddess is a short comedy film which revolves around a beautiful woman at a seaside resort, who devises a plan since her admirers won’t leave her alone. She puts on a leg-revealing swimsuit, but stuffs her stockings with cotton to make her limbs appear misshapen.

Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard, Kate Bruce, Frank Evans
Directed By:
104. The Cardinal's Conspiracy (1909)
8
1
The Cardinal's Conspiracy
8
1
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Florence Lawrence, Charles Avery, Frank Powell
Directed By:
105. In Old Madrid (1911)
8
1
In Old Madrid
8
1
Role:
Zelda
Starring:
Owen Moore
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
106. The Englishman and the Girl (1910)
8
1
The Englishman and the Girl
8
1
Role:
The Girl
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Kate Bruce, George Nichols, Charles Craig
Directed By:
107. The Broken Locket (1909)
8
1
The Broken Locket
8
1

George Peabody, a young drunkard, decides to change his ways after learning that the pretty Ruth King has always loved him since their childhood days. He vows to quit drinking, and decides to cut off from his loose companions. He also decides to change his life by going out to the West, and making a fortune. Before leaving, Ruth gives him one half of her locket as remembrance.

Role:
Ruth King
Starring:
Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Frank Powell, Dell Henderson
Directed By:
108. The Children's Friend (1909)
7
1
The Children's Friend
7
1
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Gladys Egan, Marion Leonard, Adele DeGarde
Directed By:
109. The Indian Runner's Romance (1909)
8
1
The Indian Runner's Romance
8
1
Role:
Blue Cloud's Wife
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Owen Moore, James Kirkwood, Frank Powell
Directed By:
110. A Child's Remorse (1912)
7
1
A Child's Remorse
7
1
Starring:
Gladys Egan, Claire McDowell, Edwin August, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
111. A Child's Impulse (1910)
8
1
A Child's Impulse
8
1
Role:
Grace
Starring:
Edwin August, Joseph Graybill, Charles West, Vivian Prescott
Directed By:
112. The Little Darling (1909)
8
1
The Little Darling
8
1

The Little Darling is a short comedy film which tells the story of a group of young bachelors, who live in a boarding house, run by Lillie. When a friend writes to inform that she is sending her little daughter to pay a visit, all the bachelors buy toys for a little girl. However, they are surprised when they see an attractive young woman get down from the train.

Role:
Little Darling
Starring:
Robert Harron, John R. Cumpson, Charles Avery, Verner Clarges
Directed By:
113. Forever Yours (1930)
7
1
Forever Yours
7
1
Starring:
Don Alvarado, Kenneth MacKenna
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
114. White Roses (1910)
14
3
White Roses
14
3
Role:
Betty
Starring:
Edward Dillon, Linda Arvidson, Kate Bruce, Edwin August
Directed By:
Frank Powell
115. The Eternal Grind (1916)
13
2
The Eternal Grind
13
2
Role:
Louise
Starring:
Dorothy West, Robert Cain, Loretta Blake, John Bowers
Directed By:
John B. O'Brien
116. Mistress Nell (1915)
12
2
Mistress Nell
12
2
Role:
Nell Gwyn
Starring:
Owen Moore, Arthur Hoops, Ruby Hoffman, Amelia Rose
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
117. His Duty (1909)
11
2
His Duty
11
2
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Owen Moore
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
118. Caprice (1913)
11
2
Caprice
11
2
Role:
Mercy Baxter
Starring:
Owen Moore, James Gordon, Ernest Truex, Ogden Crane
Directed By:
J. Searle Dawley
119. The Lighthouse Keeper (1911)
11
2
The Lighthouse Keeper
11
2
Role:
Polly Berry - the Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter
Starring:
William E. Shay, J. Farrell MacDonald, Hayward Mack, Jack Harvey
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
120. The Message in the Bottle (1911)
11
2
The Message in the Bottle
11
2
Role:
Louise Spencer
Starring:
Owen Moore
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
121. Lena and the Geese (1912)
11
2
Lena and the Geese
11
2
Role:
Lena
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Edwin August, J. Jiquel Lanoe, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
122. The One She Loved (1912)
11
2
The One She Loved
11
2
Role:
The Wife
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
123. The Song of the Wildwood Flute (1910)
11
2
The Song of the Wildwood Flute
11
2
Role:
Dove Eyes
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Dell Henderson, Francis J. Grandon, Dark Cloud
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
124. Two Memories (1909)
11
2
Two Memories
11
2
Role:
Marion's Sister
Starring:
Marion Leonard, Charles Avery, Clara T. Bracy, David Miles
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
125. Sweet and Twenty (1909)
10
2
Sweet and Twenty
10
2
Role:
Alice
Starring:
Florence Lawrence, James Kirkwood, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
126. The Face at the Window (1910)
10
2
The Face at the Window
10
2
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Verner Clarges, Francis J. Grandon, Joseph Graybill
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
127. The Slave (1909)
10
2
The Slave
10
2
Starring:
Harry Solter, Florence Lawrence, Kate Bruce, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
128. The Unwelcome Guest (1913)
10
2
The Unwelcome Guest
10
2
Role:
Jessie - the Slavey
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Claire McDowell, W. Chrystie Miller, Jack Pickford
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
129. A Romance of the Western Hills (1910)
10
2
A Romance of the Western Hills
10
2
Role:
Indian
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Kate Bruce, Dell Henderson, Alfred Paget
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
130. Hearts Adrift (1914)
10
2
Hearts Adrift
10
2
Role:
Nina
Starring:
Harold Lockwood
Directed By:
Edwin S. Porter
131. The Peachbasket Hat (1909)
10
2
The Peachbasket Hat
10
2
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson, Charles Avery
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
132. In the Bishop's Carriage (1913)
10
2
In the Bishop's Carriage
10
2
Role:
Nance Olden
Starring:
Grace Henderson, George Moss, David Wall, House Peters
Directed By:
Edwin S. Porter, J. Searle Dawley
133. The Trick That Failed (1909)
10
2
The Trick That Failed
10
2
Role:
Nellie Burt
Starring:
Anthony O'Sullivan, Arthur V. Johnson, Kate Bruce, George Nichols
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
134. Less Than the Dust (1916)
10
2
Less Than the Dust
10
2
Role:
Radha
Starring:
Mary Alden, David Powell, Frank Losee, Mario Majeroni
Directed By:
John Emerson
135. When a Man Loves (1911)
10
2
When a Man Loves
10
2
Role:
Tessie
Starring:
George Nichols, Dell Henderson, Verner Clarges, Charles West
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
136. The Necklace (1909)
10
2
The Necklace
10
2
Role:
The Maid / In Pawnshop
Starring:
Charles Avery, Herbert Prior, Rose King, Caroline Harris
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
137. In Old Kentucky (1909)
10
2
In Old Kentucky
10
2
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Kate Bruce, Owen Moore, Henry B. Walthall
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
138. Anniversary (1963)
10
2
Anniversary
10
2
Role:
(archiveFootage)
Starring:
Walter Huston, Norma Shearer, Marie Dressler, Walter Pidgeon
Directed By:
William Weintraub
139. Muggsy's First Sweetheart (1910)
10
2
Muggsy's First Sweetheart
10
2
Role:
Mabel Brown
Starring:
Edward Dillon, Clara T. Bracy, Charles Craig, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
140. Little Iodine (1946)
10
2
Little Iodine
10
2
Starring:
Hobart Cavanaugh, Jo Ann Marlowe, Marc Cramer, Eve Whitney, Irene Ryan
Directed By:
Reginald Le Borg
141. Artful Kate (1911)
9
2
Artful Kate
9
2
Role:
Artful Kate Stanley
Starring:
Owen Moore, Charles Arling
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
142. A Good Little Devil (1914)
9
2
A Good Little Devil
9
2
Role:
Juliet
Starring:
Ernest Truex, William Norris, Iva Merlin, Wilda Bennett
Directed By:
Edwin S. Porter, J. Searle Dawley
143. Hulda from Holland (1916)
9
2
Hulda from Holland
9
2
Role:
Hulda
Starring:
Russell Bassett, John Bowers, Frank Losee, Harold Hollacher
Directed By:
John B. O'Brien
144. A Manly Man (1911)
9
2
A Manly Man
9
2
Role:
Elinor Williams
Starring:
Owen Moore, Charles Arling, William E. Shay, Isabel Rea
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
145. The Foundling (1916)
9
2
The Foundling
9
2
Role:
Molly O
Starring:
Edward Martindel, Maggie Weston, Mildred Morris, Marcia Harris
Directed By:
John B. O'Brien
146. The Sorrows of the Unfaithful (1910)
9
2
The Sorrows of the Unfaithful
9
2
Role:
Mary
Starring:
Edward Dillon, Gladys Egan, Henry B. Walthall, William J. Butler
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
147. His Lost Love (1909)
9
2
His Lost Love
9
2
Role:
Mary
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Owen Moore, George Nichols, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
148. The Seventh Day (1909)
9
2
The Seventh Day
9
2
Role:
The Maid
Starring:
Gladys Egan, John Tansey, James Kirkwood, Rose King
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
149. The Drive for a Life (1909)
9
2
The Drive for a Life
9
2
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, Linda Arvidson, Florence Lawrence, Robert Harron
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
150. Iola's Promise (1912)
9
2
Iola's Promise
9
2
Role:
Iola
Starring:
Frank Evans, Dorothy Bernard, Alfred Paget, Frank Opperman
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
151. In the Watches of the Night (1909)
9
2
In the Watches of the Night
9
2
Starring:
Gladys Egan, Marion Leonard, George Nichols, Dorothy Bernard
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
152. Examination Day at School (1910)
9
2
Examination Day at School
9
2
Starring:
Kate Bruce, William J. Butler, Verner Clarges, Charles Craig
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
153. A Midnight Adventure (1909)
9
2
A Midnight Adventure
9
2
Role:
Eleanor
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Dorothy West, Dorothy Bernard, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
154. A Decree of Destiny (1911)
8
1
A Decree of Destiny
8
1
Role:
Mary
Starring:
Claire McDowell, Clara T. Bracy, Joseph Graybill, Marion Sunshine
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
155. The Deception (1909)
8
1
The Deception
8
1
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Florence Lawrence, Adele DeGarde, Anita Hendrie
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
156. Mrs. Jones Entertains (1909)
8
1
Mrs. Jones Entertains
8
1
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson, Flora Finch
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
157. The Foundling (1915)
8
1
The Foundling
8
1
Role:
Molly O
Starring:
Edward Martindel, Maggie Weston, Mildred Morris, Harry Ham
Directed By:
John B. O'Brien, Allan Dwan
158. Fate (1913)
8
1
Fate
8
1
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Charles Hill Mailes, John T. Dillon
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
159. The Little Teacher (1909)
8
1
The Little Teacher
8
1
Role:
The Little Teacher
Starring:
Edward Dillon, Arthur V. Johnson, Gladys Egan, Kate Bruce
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
160. Fate's Interception (1912)
7
1
Fate's Interception
7
1
Role:
The Mexican Girl
Starring:
Robert Harron, Wilfred Lucas, Charles Hill Mailes, Frank Opperman
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
161. A Dog's Tale (1911)
7
1
A Dog's Tale
7
1
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
162. A Child's Stratagem (1910)
6
1
A Child's Stratagem
6
1
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Gladys Egan, Claire McDowell, Stephanie Longfellow
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
163. The Restoration (1909)
6
1
The Restoration
6
1
Role:
Alice Ashford
Starring:
Marion Leonard, Owen Moore, George Nichols, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
164. Tender Hearts (1909)
6
1
Tender Hearts
6
1
Role:
Nellie
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, James Kirkwood, Frank Powell, Lottie Pickford
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
165. As a Boy Dreams (1911)
6
1
As a Boy Dreams
6
1
Role:
Mary - the Captain's Daughter
Starring:
Jack Pickford
Directed By:
Thomas H. Ince
166. The Woman from Mellon's (1910)
5
1
The Woman from Mellon's
5
1
Role:
Mary Petersby, the Daughter
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, George Nichols, Dorothy Bernard, Billy Quirk
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
167. Simple Charity (1910)
5
1
Simple Charity
5
1
Role:
Miss Wilkins (as Gladys Nicholson)
Starring:
Kate Bruce, William J. Butler, Edwin August, W. Chrystie Miller
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith

Mary Pickford Awards

Academy Awards
Coquette Best Actress in a Leading Role 1930