Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 2, 1925

Little Annie Rooney. Mary Pickford, after several seasons as a great lady, has once more returned to short skirts and wistfulness of the type that made her famous. After competing with Pola Negri, Gloria Swanson and the rest for the honor of being America's fiancee, she returns to the role of America's sweetheart. She plays Policeman Rooney's daughter; throws tomatoes and has her bare knees scratched. Her best loved young man is nearly killed by a bullet and saved by a blood transfusion. Miss Pickford looks as young and lovely as ever....

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