She made her first picture in 1913, her last in 1971.
Her luxurious hair was long enough to sit on.
She was Chaplin's first leading lady.
In fact, at Mack Sennett's request, she coached Charlie Chaplin in the techniques of film acting.
She owned a kings ransom of jewels.
She was lent a private train car owned by Evelyn Walsh McLean for a cross-country trip.
She did a command performance for the Dowager Empress of China.
She met General George Pershing.
She danced with the Prince of Wales.
Her dearest friend was Mabel Normand.
She owned the first Rolls Royce in Hollywood. It had a genuine silver radiator.
The Rolls was a gift from her husband.
She was a funny girl and she was Fatty's Girl.
Minta Durfee Arbuckle!