Mary Pickford, center, in costume as Little Lord Fauntleroy, with actors as tenant's children at left and in right foreground, butler at right, maids at top of stairs, in set depicting Dorincourt Castle, filmed at Brunton Studio.
Mary Pickford, Grand Marshal of the Rose Parade, in a white satin gown, seated in a coach covered in stevia, roses, sweet peas and gladioli, with a coachman and a footman, drawn by four white horses. The harness of the horses was covered in pink satin ribbon. The photograph was taken in front of the Pasadena Memorial Flagpole (Goodhue Flagpole) at the intersection of Colorado Blvd. and Orange Grove Blvd. Mary Pickford was the first woman and the first film industry professional to be a Grand Marshal of the parade.
Great Britain's foremost film producer Alexander Korda during a week long visit to America for meetings with Samuel Goldwyn, Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin of United Artists. Also pictured is Robert Fairbanks, brother of Douglas.
Enterence for Santa Claus Lane was at Hollywood and Vine Blvds in Hollywood. E. J. Shurtz was chairman of Santa Claus Lane Committee and manager of the Broadway Hollywood. Strasburg was also in a leadership position on the committee.