Jack Pickford

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Jack Pickford (born John Charles Smith; August 18, 1896 – January 3, 1933) was a Canadian-born American actor, film director and producer.wikipedia
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Lottie Pickford

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He was the younger brother of actresses Mary and Lottie Pickford.
She was the younger sister of fellow actress Mary Pickford and elder sister of actor Jack Pickford.

Mary Pickford

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He was the younger brother of actresses Mary and Lottie Pickford.
She had two younger siblings, Charlotte, called "Lottie" (born 1893), and John Charles, called "Jack" (born 1896), who also became actors.

Charlotte Hennessey

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John Charles Smith was born in 1896 in Toronto, Ontario, to John Charles Smith, an English immigrant odd-job man of Methodist background, and Charlotte Hennessy Smith, who was Irish Catholic.
Charlotte Hennessey Smith (Pickford) (January 1, 1873 – March 22, 1928) was a Canadian silent film actress and the mother of Mary, Lottie, and Jack Pickford, who all became actors.

Tom Sawyer (1917 film)

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In 1917 he starred in one of his first major roles as "Pip" in the adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, as well as the title role in Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer and the follow-up Huck and Tom in 1918.
Tom Sawyer is a 1917 American silent comedy-drama/adventure film starring Jack Pickford, Robert Gordon, and Clara Horton; it is based on Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

Gang War

In 1928, he finished his last film, acting as Clyde Baxter in Gang War.
The film starred Jack Pickford in his last major role as "Clyde", a saxophone player whose love for a dancer named Flowers (Olive Borden) traps him in the middle of a gang war.

Olive Thomas

Pickford met actress and Ziegfeld girl Olive Thomas at a beach cafe on the Santa Monica Pier.
That year she also married actor Jack Pickford, the younger brother of fellow silent-film star Mary Pickford.

Huck and Tom

In 1917 he starred in one of his first major roles as "Pip" in the adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, as well as the title role in Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer and the follow-up Huck and Tom in 1918.
Jack Pickford as Tom Sawyer

Canadian pioneers in early Hollywood

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Mary Pickford later became a highly popular silent film actress, producer and early Hollywood pioneer.
Jack Pickford (1896–1933), actor, Hollywood's first "Bad Boy"

Great Expectations

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In 1917 he starred in one of his first major roles as "Pip" in the adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, as well as the title role in Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer and the follow-up Huck and Tom in 1918.
1917 – Great Expectations, a silent film, starring Jack Pickford, directed by Robert G. Vignola. This is a lost film.

Thomas Meighan

None of their family was present and their only witness was Thomas Meighan.
On October 25, 1916 in New Jersey he was the sole witness to Jack Pickford and Olive Thomas's secretive wedding.

Heredity (film)

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Jack Pickford - Son of White Renegade Father and Indian Mother

The Inner Circle (1912 film)

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Jack Pickford - The Messenger

Marilyn Miller

On July 31, 1922, he married Marilyn Miller {1898-1936}, a celebrated Broadway dancer and former Ziegfeld girl, at his sister and brother-in-law's famed home Pickfair.
Jack Pickford, an actor and the brother of film star Mary Pickford. They were married in 1922, separated in 1926, and divorced in Versailles, France, in November 1927. By all accounts it was an abusive marriage due to Pickford's substance abuse (both alcohol and hard drugs). Miller had attempted to secure a divorce in the Paris courts in the spring of 1927, but her published comments about how easy it would be to end her marriage in France "stirred the ire of the Paris Tribunal with the result that the court would take no action on Miss Miller's petition". She filed for divorce the following July in the nearby city of Versailles, whose tribunal eventually ended the marriage.

Mile-a-Minute Kendall

Jack Pickford plays the title role, a wealthy, rakish young man who falls for a gold-digger.

The Kid (1910 film)

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Jack Pickford - Walter Holden's Son

The Spirit of '17

The film stars Jack Pickford, Clarence Geldart, Edythe Chapman, L.N. Wells, Charles Arling, and Virginia Ware.

The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come (1920 film)

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The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come is a lost 1920 silent film drama directed by Wallace Worsley and starring Jack Pickford.

His Majesty, Bunker Bean

The film stars Jack Pickford, Louise Huff, Jack McDonald, Frances Clanton, Peggy O'Connell, and Edythe Chapman.

In Wrong

In Wrong is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by James Kirkwood and produced by and starring Jack Pickford.

The Bat (1926 film)

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The Bat is a 1926 American silent film based on the 1920 Broadway hit The Bat by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood, directed by Roland West and starring Jack Pickford and Louise Fazenda.