Definition of Pickford, Mary in English:

Pickford, Mary

Syllabification: Pick·ford, Mary
Pronunciation: /ˈpikfərd
 
/
( 1893–1979), US actress, born in Canada; born Gladys Mary Smith. A star of silent movies, she usually played the innocent young heroine, as in Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917) and Pollyanna (1920). With Douglas Fairbanks, her husband from 1919 to 1936, she was a cofounder of United Artists in 1919.

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