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Dorothy Mackaill by ART NAHPRO. Dorothy Mackaill was an English-born American actress, most notably of the silent film era and into the early 1930s

Bessie Love (Juanita Horton) wrote the screenplay for the 1919 film "A Yankee Princess." As an actress she played innocent young girls, flappers, and wholesome leading ladies. Love had a small role in the film Intolerance .She also appeared opposite William S. Hart in "The Aryan" and with Douglas Fairbanks in "The Good Bad Man," Reggie Mixes In, and "The Mystery of the Leaping Fish." All of these movies ere released in 1916 when Bessie was 18.