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Mary Brian was seventeen when she played Wendy Darling in She is one of my favorite actresses of all time.

MARY BRIAN (1906-2002) was an American actress & movie star who made the transition from silent films to sound films. She was "discovered" by Esther Ralston (actress) in a local beauty pageant. She didn't win the contest but she won a screen test for the role of Wendy in "Peter Pan" (1924). She was named one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars in 1926, Brian made over 40 silent films. Her 1st "talkie" was "Varsity" (1928). From 1937-1943 she entertained troops. Retired 1948.

Mary Brian, dear friend of Letitia Fairbanks, and portrait artist of Letitia's beloved painting of her husband Harold "Hal" Smoo

Mary Brian (February 17, 1906 – December 30, 2002) was an American actress and movie star who made the transition from 'silents' to 'talkies'. Brian was dubbed "The Sweetest Girl in Pictures." During her years at Paramount, Brian appeared in more than 40 movies as the juvenile lead, the ingenue or co-star.

Mary Brian 1906 – was an American actress and movie star who made the transition from 'silents' to 'talkies'. Brian was dubbed "The Sweetest Girl in Pictures." Over the course of 22 years, Brian appeared in more than 79 movies.

The WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1926. Top row, left to right: Mary Astor, Dolores Costello, Fay Wray, Marceline Day, Mary Brian. Middle row: Janet Gaynor, Sally O’Neill, Vera Reynolds, Edna Marian. Bottom row: Joan Crawford,Dolores Del Rio, Joyce Compton, Sally Long

The WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1926. Top row, left to right: Mary Astor, Dolores Costello, Fay Wray, Marceline Day, Mary Brian. Middle row: Janet Gaynor, Sally O’Neill, Vera Reynolds, Edna Marian. Bottom row: Joan Crawford,Dolores Del Rio, Joyce Compton, Sally Long

Mary Brian, silent and sound movie star "Sweetest Girl in Pictures" 1906-2002

Mary Brian, silent and sound movie star "Sweetest Girl in Pictures"

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