Pearl White (1889 - 1938)


Articles on Pearl White
Books by Pearl White
Pearl White
Just Me
New York 1919
Books on Pearl White
Marina Dahlquist (ed.)
Exporting Perilous Pauline, Pearl White and the Serial Film Craze
Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013

Manuel Weltmann and Raymond Lee
Pearl White, The Peerless Fearless Girl
South Brunswick, 1969
Books with substantial mentioning of Pearl White
David W. Menefee
The first female stars, women of the silent era
Westport, Connecticut; London, 2004

Eve Golden
Golden Images, 41 Essays on Silent Film Stars
Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, 2001

Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast (eds.)
International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 3. Actors and Actresses
Detroit/New York/San Francisco/London/Boston/Woodbridge, CT, 2000

Ally Acker
Reel Women, Pioneers of the Cinema 1896-Present
New York, 1991

Buck Rainey
Those Fabulous Serial Heroines, Their Lives and Films
Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1990

Charles Donald Fox and Milton L. Silver (eds.)
Who's Who on the Screen
New York City, 1920
Books with an entry on Pearl White
Books with photograph(s) of Pearl White
John Richard Finch and Paul Elby
Close-Ups, From the Golden Age of the Silent Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1978
Mary Dawn Earley
Stars of the Twenties, Observed by James Abbe
New York, 1975
Articles on Pearl White
Marina Dahlquist, Introduction, Why Pearl?, in: Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Rudmer Canjels, Changing Views and Perspectives, Translating Pearl White's American Adventures in Wartime France, in: Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Marina Dahlquist, "The Best-Known Woman in the World", Pearl White and the American Serial Film in Sweden, in: Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Monica Dall'Asta, Pearl, the Swift One, or the Extraordinary Adventures of Pearl White in France, in: Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Christina Petersen, "The Most Assassinated Woman in the World", Pearl White and the First Avant-Garde, in: Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Kevin B. Johnson, Fascinations for the Nation, American Serial Film, Czechoslovakia, and the Afterlives of Pearl White, in: Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Weihong Bao, From Pearl White to White Rose Woo, Tracing the Vernacular Body of Nüxia in Chinese Silent Cinema, 1927-1931, in: Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Author:Marina Dahlquist
Title:Introduction, Why Pearl?
in:Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Pp:1-23
Illustrations:  yes
Related person:   Pearl White
Author:Rudmer Canjels
Title:Changing Views and Perspectives, Translating Pearl White's American Adventures in Wartime France
in:Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Pp:25-45
Illustrations:  yes
Related person:   Pearl White
Author:Marina Dahlquist
Title:"The Best-Known Woman in the World", Pearl White and the American Serial Film in Sweden
in:Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Pp:46-70
Illustrations:  yes
Related person:   Pearl White
Author:Monica Dall'Asta
Title:Pearl, the Swift One, or the Extraordinary Adventures of Pearl White in France
in:Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Pp:71-98
Illustrations:  yes
Related person:   Pearl White
Author:Christina Petersen
Title:"The Most Assassinated Woman in the World", Pearl White and the First Avant-Garde
in:Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Pp:99-125
Illustrations:  yes
Related person:   Pearl White
Author:Kevin B. Johnson
Title:Fascinations for the Nation, American Serial Film, Czechoslovakia, and the Afterlives of Pearl White
in:Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Pp:126-159
Illustrations:  yes
Related person:   Pearl White
Author:Weihong Bao
Title:From Pearl White to White Rose Woo, Tracing the Vernacular Body of Nüxia in Chinese Silent Cinema, 1927-1931
in:Marina Dahlquist (ed.), Exporting Perilous Pauline, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2013
Pp:187-221
Illustrations:  yes
Related person:   Pearl White




Pearl White
* March 4, 1889 Green Ridge, Missouri, USA
 as Pearl Fay White
 August 4, 1938 Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

American film actress.



Films

1961

Days of Thrills and Laughter

1924

Terreur

1923

Plunder

1916

Pearl of the Army
The King's Game

1914

The Exploits of Elaine
The Perils of Pauline


Imdb: 0925310

VIAF: 58157536