Mildred Harris (November 29, 1901 – July 20, 1944) was an American film actress. Harris began her career in the film industry as a popular child actress at age 11. At the age of 15, she was cast as a harem girl in D. W. Griffith's Intolerance (1916). She appeared as a leading lady through the 1920s but her career slowed with the advent of the "talkies".
New York City, 1936( Times square James Cagney+Mae Clarke+Mildred Harris(1.st Chaplin's wife)1936 Great Guy movie Criterion Theatre)view from West 44th.Str.to north Broadway(Strand+Capitol Theatres...)
"I know both Mabel Normand and Mary Miles Minter, and they are both lovely girls. It is the hangers-on at the studios who give the colony the bad name it bears [sic]. As for the parties, people have to have them at their homes for there are no amusements out there. There are no theaters, only one stock company." -- Mildred Harris, on Hollywood in 1922. (Bizarre Los Angeles)