A Kiss from Mary Pickford
|A Kiss From Mary Pickford|
|Directed by||Sergei Komarov|
|Release date(s)||September 9, 1927|
|Running time||6 reels|
A Kiss From Mary Pickford (Russian: Поцелуй Мэри Пикфорд - Potseluy Meri Pikford) (1927) is a comedy film made in the Soviet Union, directed by Sergei Komarov and co-written by Komarov and Vadim Shershenevich. The film, starring Igor Ilyinsky, is mostly known today because of a cameo by the popular film couple Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. The footage of the couple was shot during their visit to the USSR, with the couple knowingly participating as a gesture towards the Russian film industry. 
Goga Palkin is a theatre check-taker in love with an beginner actress named Dusya. She has a crush on Douglas Fairbanks and only wants to date someone famous like a Hollywood star. After a chance meeting and a kiss from Mary Pickford, Goga becomes a local celebrity, and a lot of girls chase him through the streets. The popularity of her admirer makes Dusya jealous, and she falls for him.
- Igor Ilyinsky as Goga Palkin
- Anel Sudakevich as Dusya Galkina
- Abram Room
- Mary Pickford as herself (cameo)
- Douglas Fairbanks as himself (cameo)
- Vera Malinovskaya as herself (cameo)
- Book of Lists #3 (Patrick Robertson's 10 Favorite Movie Oddities) p. 196 ISBN 0-553-27868-1
- Whitfield, Eileen (1997). Pickford: The Woman Who Made Hollywood. University Press of Kentucky. p. 245.
- "Russian Films in the Library of Congress". Library of Congress. April 15, 2009. Archived from the original on 18 April 2010. Retrieved 30 April 2010.
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