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Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall (1924) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by Mary Pickford and Marshall Neilan and produced by Mary Pickford.

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In Allan Forrest's opening scene, the broad bare shoulders seen as his wound is being dressed actually belong to Mary Pickford's husband Douglas Fairbanks, who was busy filming on the next-door set and was brought in as "body double" when Forrest's own physique was felt to be inadequate.
Mary Pickford's Elizabethan gown is the most expensive costume ever made for a silent film. Designed by Mitchell Leisen and embroidered with real seed pearls, it cost $32,000 to produce.
The stunt where Dorothy rides her horse up the steps and onto the three-foot wide wall was performed by Mary Pickford herself, after the stuntwoman's horse damaged a leg.
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Also directed by Marshall Neilan

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Also produced by Mary Pickford

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Also released in 1924

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