~My Best Girl~
~MBG No. 111: Mary Pickford & Charles "Buddy" Rogers~
~Plot Synopsis
Maggie, a shopgirl in a five-and-ten-cent store, falls in love with the owner's son, who gives up his
society sweetheart for her. Learning of their affair, the boy's father unsuccessfully tries to buy
Maggie off. When she later indicates her willingness to give his son up for his own good by posing as
a golddigger, the father becomes convinced of Maggie's worth and agrees to the marriage.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Sam Taylor

Written by:
Hope Loring - adaptation
Allen McNeil - screenplay
Tim Whelan - screenplay

Based on the novel My Best Girl by Kathleen Norris (New York, 1927).

Mary Pickford ...  Maggie Johnson
Charles 'Buddy' Rogers ...  Joseph 'Joe' Grant (as Charles Rogers)
Sunshine Hart ...  Ma Johnson
Lucien Littlefield ...  Pa Johnson
Carmelita Geraghty ...  Elizabeth 'Liz' Johnson
Hobart Bosworth ...  Robert E. Merrill
Evelyn Hall ...  Esther Merrill
Avonne Taylor ...  Millicent Rogers
Mack Swain ...  The Judge
John Junior ...  Nick Powell
Matthew 'Stymie' Beard ...  Child (uncredited)
Sidney Bracey ...  Butler Serving Dinner (uncredited)
William Courtright ...  Stock Clerk (uncredited)
Max Davidson ...  Night Court Spectator (uncredited)
Nigel De Brulier ...  Crippled Pencil Peddler (uncredited)
Louise Emmons ...  Courtroom Spectator Extra (uncredited)
John George ...  Newspaper Seller (uncredited)
Pat Harmon ...  The Cop (uncredited)
Carole Lombard ...  Flirty Blonde Salesgirl (uncredited)
Isabelle Sheridan ...  Blonde Sales Clerk (uncredited)
Frank Finch Smiles ...  The Butler (uncredited)
Harry Walker ...  The Floorwalker (uncredited)
~MBG No. 2: Mary Pickford & Charles "Buddy" Rogers~
~MBG No. 11: Mary Pickford & Charles "Buddy Rogers~
~MBG No. 5: Mary Pickford & Charles "Buddy Rogers~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Mary Pickford Company

Distributed by: United Artists

Producer: Mary Pickford
Cinematography by: David Kesson & Charles Rosher
Art Direction by: John DuCasse Schulze
Assistant Director: H. Bruce Humberstone   
Comedy Assistant: Clarence Hennecke
Electrical Effects: William S. Johnson

Length: 9 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: October 31, 1927