Released November 30, 1919
Role: Mavis Hawn
Co-stars: Harold Goodwin, Allan Sears, Fred Huntley, Clare McDowell, Sam De Grasse, John Gilbert
Prod/Dist Co: Mary Pickford Company/First National Exhibitors’ Circuit
Director: Joseph De Grasse, Sidney Franklin
Screenwriter: Bernard McConville and Madeline Matzen, based on the 1913 novel The Heart of the Hills by John Fox, Jr.
Cinematographer: Charles Rosher
Filming Location:San Bernardino Mountains near Redlands, CA and Big Bear Lake
Produced by Mary Pickford
Original review from Photoplay (Feb. 1920):
Mary Pickford herself, as the wild little Mavis Hawn, once more enters into her physical descriptions with the fury of a novice who has everything to gain and nothing to lose – and the painstaking care and cunning detail of the celebrated performer who has everything to lose and very little to gain: altogether, an unbeatable combination of talents.
Clips from Heart o’ the Hills
Music by Maria Newman