|Cine-Mundial, September, 1923|
Cute Italian-American actress Marie Mosquini starred in hundreds of short comedies. Hal Roach often teamed her with Snub Pollard. I remember her best as Buster Keaton's wife in "One Week." They had great chemistry together. After she retired from movies around 1930, she married her second husband, Phonofilm inventor Lee De Forest.
|Los Angeles Times, 01-February-1922|
This item says Marie Mosquini and Snub Pollard got engaged. I think she was already married to her first. They never married each other, as far as I know. Anyway, they look happy.