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  1. Diana Serra Cary (born Peggy-Jean Montgomery; October 29, 1918 – February 24, 2020), known as Baby Peggy, was an American child film actress, vaudevillian, author and silent film historian. She was the last living film star of the Silent Era of Hollywood and the last person with a substantial career in silent films.

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  2. Diana Serra Cary - Wikipedia

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    Diana Serra Cary (born Peggy-Jean Montgomery; October 29, 1918 – February 24, 2020), known as Baby Peggy, was an American child film actress, vaudevillian, author and silent film historian. She was the last living film star of the Silent Era of Hollywood and the last person with a substantial career in silent films.

  3. Baby Peggy Dead: Child Star Diana Serra Cary, Dies at 101 ...

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    Diana Serra Cary, the child silent film star known by the nickname Baby Peggy, died on Monday in Gustine, Calif. She was 101. Born on October 29, 1918 as Peggy Jean Montgomery, Cary began her...

  4. Diana Serra Cary, ‘Baby Peggy’ of Silent Films, Dies at 101 ...

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    Feb 25, 2020 · Diana Serra Cary, an author, a film historian and probably the last surviving child superstar of the silent film era nearly a century ago, who spent decades coming to terms with a bizarre childhood...

  5. Diana Serra Cary, silent-film star ‘Baby Peggy’ who often ...

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    Feb 24, 2020 · Born Peggy-Jean Montgomery, she became one of the country’s youngest self-made millionaires by age 4, then suffered a devastating reversal of fortune and fame in her adolescence. In adulthood, she...

  6. Sad True Story Of Baby Peggy, Showbiz Kids Child Star

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    At the age of 5, Diana Serra Cary, better known as child superstar Baby Peggy, was a self-made multimillionaire, the star of nearly 150 shorts and three feature films. At 7, she was blacklisted,...

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    In Jackie Coogan: The World's Boy King, Diana Serra Cary reveals the little-known and even less understood private life of this famous child star and his dysfunctional family. She looks at the highs and lows of an actor who reached the height of fame before ten and whose subsequent career took an inevitable fall.

  8. Diana Serra Cary best known as Baby Peggy was an American child film actress, vaudevillian, author, and also a silent film historian. She was born Peggy-Jean Montgomery on October 29, 1918 and was active in her acting career from 1921 to 1938. Until her death on 24th February 2020, Cary was the last living film star of the Silent Era of Hollywood.

  9. Diana Serra Cary Books | List of books by author Diana Serra Cary

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    Looking for books by Diana Serra Cary? See all books authored by Diana Serra Cary, including The Hollywood Posse: The Story of a Gallant Band of Horsemen Who Made Movie History, and Hollywood's Children: An Inside Account of the Child Star Era, and more on ThriftBooks.com.

  10. Baby Peggy, Child Star of Silent Films, Dies at 101 ...

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    Feb 24, 2020 · Before Shirley Temple, she was the young queen of Hollywood, earning $1 million a year, but her movie career did not last long. Diana Serra Cary, the silent film sensation known as Baby Peggy whose...

  11. Baby Peggy - IMDb

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    Baby Peggy, Actress: Captain January. Silent moppet star Jackie Coogan, immortalized as Charles Chaplin's The Kid (1921), had only one screen rival during the early 1920s, and that was none other than Baby Peggy. She was "discovered" while visiting the Century Studios lot on Sunset Boulevard with her mother when she was a mere 19 months old and went on to appear in nearly 150 shorts (...

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