Mary Pickford started the Screen Stars Shop in 1930, selling used clothes and jewelry of Hollywood stars. It closed within a year.
Florence Lawrence, once the most famous movie star in America, is alone and forgotten.
Florence Lawrence’s train arrives in St. Louis, March 25, 1910, 5:18 pm and is mobbed by several hundred fans, in the first publicly advertised appearance by a movie star
In 1913, D.W. Griffith left Biograph Studios. A short time later, he placed ads in four trade papers, touting himself as the greatest filmmaker ever.
The stories of actual heroes, forgotten for the most part, who risked their lives in movie theaters to save others. Two of these heroes lost their lives.