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Buster Keaton; his trademark was his straight face. In fact, it was so much a part of his  picture personality, his  studio contract stipulated that he should not smile in public.

Buster Keaton; his trademark was his straight face. In fact, it was so much a part of his picture personality, his studio contract stipulated that he should not smile in public.

Mary Pickford blows a kiss as she is interviewed at the film premiere of Death of a Salesman | 1951

Mary Pickford blows a kiss as she is interviewed at the film premiere of Death of a Salesman | 1951

Mary Pickford a.k.a. Gladys Marie Smith born in Toronto, Ontario. Her father, John Charles Smith, was the son of English Methodist immigrants, and worked a variety of odd jobs. Her mother, Charlotte Hennessy, was of Irish Catholic descent. She had two younger siblings, Jack and Lottie Pickford, who would also become actors.

Mary Pickford a.k.a. Gladys Marie Smith born in Toronto, Ontario. Her father, John Charles Smith, was the son of English Methodist immigrants, and worked a variety of odd jobs. Her mother, Charlotte Hennessy, was of Irish Catholic descent. She had two younger siblings, Jack and Lottie Pickford, who would also become actors.

fantomas-en-cavale:  Erich von Stroheim devant la reconstitution du casino de Monte-Carlo, décor de son film Foolish Wives, 1922

fantomas-en-cavale: Erich von Stroheim devant la reconstitution du casino de Monte-Carlo, décor de son film Foolish Wives, 1922

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