Pollyanna was another hit for Mary Pickford. Released in 1920, it was her first film for United Artists and did very well (about $13M in current dollars). It was directed by Paul Powell and scripted by Frances Marion.
The Round Up, released in 1920, was one of Roscoe Arbuckle's first hits in a feature length production. The film also starred Wallace Beery and was directed by George Melford and scripted by Edmund Day and Tom Forman.