Pauline Curley was born in Holyoke, and her stage career began at the age of five, when she entered stock. She made a coast-to-coast tour in vaudeville in an one-act playlet, « A Daddy by Express. » She scored a hit in « Polygamy » during 1914 and 1915. Her screen carrer started with Herbert Brenon’s production, « The Fall of the Romanoffs. » Later she played with Douglas Fairbanks in « Bound in Morocco. » She has also appeared in « The Turn in the Road, » « The Man Beneath, » « The Solitary Sin » and the « Love Apple. » Miss Curley plays opposite Tony Moreno in the latest and last serial « The Invisible Hand. » She is five feet four inches tall, weighs 115 pounds and has blond hair and hazel eyes.
Molly Maolne was born in Denver, Colorado, Feb. 2, 1897 and received her early education in California and South Africa. She joined Lasky in 1916 and later played with Harry Carey in Universal Pictures and in Robertson-Cole Comedy Productions. She is now with Goldwyn where she did splendid work in « It’s a Great Life. » She is a confirmed out-door girl, and excels in swimming. Her hobby is the study and execution of interior decorating and her pretty Hollywood home is resplendent with her own handwork. She is five feet one and a half inches high, weighs a hundred pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
Who’s Who on the Screen (Ross Publishing Co., Inc. New York, 1920)