Pearl White

Pearl White

Pearl Fay White (March 4, 1889 – August 4, 1938) was an American film actress, the so-called "Stunt Queen" of silent films, most notably in The Perils of Pauline.

Read more about Pearl White:  Early Life, Career Rise, Personal Life and Later Years, Alcoholism and Death, Legacy, Selected Filmography

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Perodua Myvi - First Generation (2005-2011) - Equipment Levels
... Olive Green, Glittering Silver, Ozzy Orange, Classic Gold, Mistique Red, Mocha Silver and Pearl White ... a new colour range which consist of Medallion Grey, Ivory White, Pearl White, Klasik Gold, Mistik Red, Ebony Black, Caribbean Blue and Glittering Silver ... The Perodua Myvi SE is available in Ivory White, Ebony Black, Glittering Silver, Pearl White or a special Tangerine Orange exclusive only for the Myvi SE ...
Crane Wilbur - Biography
... he found lasting recognition, particularly playing opposite Pearl White in the iconoclastic serial, The Perils of Pauline ... Pearl White, a performer from vaudeville who had some movie experience with the Powers Picture Play Company, joined the fledgling studio ... The Perils of Pauline, in 1914, Wilbur wanted the lead male role that would pair him with Pearl White ...
Pearl White - Selected Filmography
... Daughter 1912 The Mad Lover Ethel Marion 1912 The Spendthrift's Reform The Wife 1913 Pearl as a Detective Pearl 1913 The Paper Doll Alice Wilson 1914 The Perils of Pauline ...

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