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1. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... . Logan's letter to the Philadelphia ex- change. It follows: "Your production. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, has just finished a three-day run, Oct. 24, 25 and 26. "During this run our little house of 500, which is in a town of 2200, awoke from its slumbers and resembled a miniature Capitol on the Great White Way ...

2. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... . Directed by William A. Seiter. Story by Ralph E. Renautl. Scenario by Beatrice Van. Photographed by Bert Cann. Running Time, Sixty-Five Minutes. THE CAST Betty Bayloek Doris May Robert Bayloek • Emniett King Connie Demarest Margaret Livington Jack Grey ...

3. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... ) 6,000* Oh Mary Be Careful (Madge Kennedy).... 6,000* The Crimson Cross (Vandyke Brooks).... 5,000* The Forgotten Woman (Pauline Starke) 6.000* A Millionaire for a Day (Arthur Guy Empey) 5,000* Beyond the Crossroad ...

4. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... theatre manager in Seattle vrill book the photoplay starring Seattle's own star, Doris May. Exhibitors say 'The Foolish Age' is too expensive. We want some church or school to run the picture." The day before the picture opened at The Blue Mouse the ad was changed to "We are glad," after which the reason for the gladness was stated. Short Subjects ...

5. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... . The Vermillion Pencil. The story is from Homer Lea's novel of Chinese life, time of the story being about eighty years ago. Miss Love has been wearing Chinese clothes around the studio exv;lusively the past few weeks and when she returned to modern clothes the other day the change was so great that many had a hard time placing her ...

6. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... . Author, Frank Dazey. Scenaio by Lewis Browne. Director, Alan Crosland. Running Time, Fifty-five Minutes. THE CAST Captain Dick Carson Conway Tearle Captain Hobbs Wm. Nally Dr. Jordan J. Barney Slierry Shivering Sam Jack Drumier Dorothy Jordan Doris Kenyon Molly ...

7. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... . Ince's special produc- tion, during Anniversary Week. It is estimated on a basis of reports al- ready received that every print of Hail the Woman in the First National branches will be at work every day during- Anni- versary Week ...

8. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... .—Lee Moran in "The Touchdown"; Selznick news reels and fashion hints. SAXE'S STRAND "SCHOOL DAYS," Wesley Barry (Warner Bros.).—Excellent. A world- beater. The Strand was packed at every performance of the eight-day run ...

9. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... (Vandyke Brooks 5,000* The Forgotten Woman (Pauline Starke)... 6,000* A Millionaire for a Day (Arthur Guy Empey) 5,000* Beyond the Crossroad (Ora Carew) 6,000* In Society (Edith Roberts) sioOO* Wise Husbands ...

10. Exhibitors Trade Review Dec 1921 – Feb 1922

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... (Madge Kennedy) 6,000* The Crimson Cross (Vandyke Brooks 5,000* The Forgotten Woman (Pauline Starke)... 6,000* A Millionaire for a Day (Arthur Guy Empey) 5,000* Beyond the Crossroad (Ora Carew) 6.000* In Society (Edith Roberts) 5 000 ...