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1. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1943

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... ." Doris Foster had at last justified the money spent on her. She was a hit. I T wasn't till late the next day that ' the message came from Sam that the Jordans' option was not to be picked up. At ten o'clock that night, Phil stepped into the apartment to hear the telephone ringing ...

2. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1920

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... !" was what baby Doris said. It seemed no time at all before she was pulling herself up by the window ledge and waving friendly little hands at the cool green branches of the old tree. Then, quite suddenly one day when a golden throated oriole perched on the tip of a bough, Doris made her first remark. "Birdie ...

3. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1926

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... . Inside the dressing room the girls were giggling their heads off at the idea of two high salaried movie stars pinch hitting for them. Doris and May made the biggest sales of the day. But they were terribly disappointed ...

4. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1920

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... . 133 The Little Girl in the Parsonage (Continued from page 35) field in which he was winning swift recog- nition. Then the whole family moved to Brooklyn. And there, joy of joys, Doris might go to dancing school ...

5. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1921

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... —and tried not to under- stand. He attempted to blind himself to the fact that his daughter was succumbing to the inexorable law of nature and of sex. And so he was brought up with a start the day he rounded a sand dune and saw Doris in the arms of the man who called himself Rogers, her lips on his in the first love kiss of her life ...

6. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1926

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... . In any event she will take a vacation of several months, probably touring Europe. Her latest role is that of the ill-fated Russian princess. Tatiana, in "Into Her Kingdom." CHATTING to Doris Kenyon the other day ...

7. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1925

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... . They come not only in these attractive designs but in a variety of colors and will save you the fatigue and disappointment of shop- ping or of struggling with the dressmaker. Doris Kcnyon's picturesque little frock, of crepe de chine with delightful sleeves of cool georgette, is worn in "I Want My Man ...

8. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1921

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... . They ate their dinner together as usual, but when Doris and the man went for their evening stroll on the beach that night, Peter Merriam accompanied them. There was nothing in his manner to indi- cate the stark knowledge which had that day come to him ...

9. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1940

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... . But Doris Davenport claims the only way to beat Hollywood is to fool it, and she should know. She fooled both it and Sam Goldwyn and, as a re- sult, got Gary Cooper as a leading man. It all happened because Doris wasn't getting anywhere with her picture ca- reer ...

10. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1941

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... . It's packed with hokum, yes, but it's a lively and heart-warming picture, and Seay and Doris Day are very pleasing. Your Reviewer Says: You'll like this. ^Week End In Havana (20th Century-Fox) It's About: Romance in Cuba. CUT to the Zanuck pattern of musicals that literally abound with color, dancing, music and Carmen Miranda, "Week End In Havana" is frothy, gay and tuneful, a pleasant treat for the eyes and ears ...

11. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1941

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... . Screen play by Martin Mooney. Directed by William Beaudine. Cast: Danny Mason, Buzzy Henry; Jim Kane. James Seay; Carol Carter, Doris Day; Mr. Mason, William Halligan; Trovers, Gavin Gordon; Johnny Martin, Johnny Berkes ...

12. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1943

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... : SUCCESS can sometimes be the partner of romance. It can bring two people together—and that is what it had done for Phil, pivot of the pantomiming Jordan Brothers, new finds of Hollywood, and the beautiful —and calculating—Doris Foster. For it was Phil's success that had drawn Doris to him, had made her hope that, through his glory, she might find a longed-for spot in the limelight herself ...

13. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1921

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... !" The old man opened his eyes, but did not move. Doris rushed in to him, almost hys- terical with relief. "He's fixed it, Daddy. My boy has fixed it—alone—out in the storm." "He's a fine young man, daughter," answered old Peter Merriam simply ...

14. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1934

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... PHANTOM DADDIES The wistful little chap above is Kenyon Clar- ence Sills, who some day may see his famous father in the last role Milton Sills played— the ferocious Wolf Larson in "The Sea Wolf" KENYON CLARENCE SILLS, bow and arrows in hand, played in the beautiful gardens which his father, Milton Sills, had planted ...

15. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1934

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... of the SCREEN Their children fear that they will unex- pectedly meet them By A. L. Wooldridge "It's one of the most terrifying pictures he ever made," Doris says. "At the same time, it's a magni- ficent piece of artistry ...

16. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1922

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... —but, being no longer a novelty—he could not hold her interest. Let it be recorded that he no longer wanted to hold her interest! IT was on Doris' first day up, that Mar- garet read an item in the newspaper telling that Dr ...

17. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1922

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... Also in Jersey, not far from Fort Lee: a pastoral marred somewhat by cameras ana electricians—they do need spotlights for outdoor stuff, sometimes. They are taking a medium shot of Doris Kenyon and Eddie Burns ...

18. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1943

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... . On his twenty-seventh birthday, he made a spe- cial effort, wanting to share the news of his good fortune with her. But his phone calls all failed. Then, one day, Phil heard Van Dirk mention Betsy's name and when he said casually, "What's happened to her ...

19. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1927

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... . Use Wildroot regularly, both to remove dandruff and to prevent its return. Get a large bottle from your druggist to- day. Always ask your barber or hair dresser for a Wildroot treatment. WILDROOT HAIR TONIC SEND COUPON FOR TRIAL 'BOTTLE —> «** Wildroot Co.,Inc, Buffalo, N. Y., Dept ...

20. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1942

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... . I was suddenly pos- sessed with the notion that I knew it. THE town of Doris in California is near ' the state line. It is a small town, and in the hotel where I had a room it was very hot. But I didn't spend much time in the hotel ...

21. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1921

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... ; nor did the shy affec- tion of Doris Merriam affect him in other than the crudest manner. The following day he sought out Peter. His glib tongue and agile brain concocted a plausible, high-sounding tale of social and business stability ...

22. Photoplay Feb - Jun 1921

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... A LM ove Told B} r ALLACE MACDONA Edited by DpHs May '"▼" Kl'.ll En love with Doris May the first time I ever saw her— on March 10th, 1920. in the Hollywood Hotel at 10 minutes after eight. It was at an engagement "*" party ...

23. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1943

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... ." Everything was gone, but not quite. He still had Doris. For her, he had to prove his work. She'd be on his side, but strangely he thought of Betsy, and how he had told her one night if one of them stepped out the others would sell hamburgers, do anything but never team with outsiders ...

24. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1926

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... . Now Doris has taken up her singing studies again, under Fucito. Caruso's former teacher. Before going into the movies Doris Kenyon sang in a church choir. Victor Herbert heard her sing one day and at once placed her in one of his musical shows, and Doris seemed des- tined for an oneratic career ...

25. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1922

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... —they trad scarcely talked together until the day when the lonely wife took her mother to consult with him at his office over the legal matters that were so troublesome to her. Seeing Margaret again brought to life a smouldering flame that had never died in Webster's heart ...

26. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1939

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... . "This is Ann Franklin, Nelson," Doris said that day, introducing a tiny blonde woman with a deep infectious smile that matched her bright gaiety. They played tennis together—Ann and Nel- son — and afterwards, talking, Ann Franklin sensed the unrest that was his ...

27. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1931

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... . And the divorce-concerned Mrs. Dempsey might have been astounded the other day when this classi- fied ad appeared in the L. A. papers— ESTELLE ARMS Vacancy To Be Filled Bachelors and Attractive Singles. YOU read about Robert Edeson's passing on ...

28. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1921

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... . Each day comes some new demand for men and women who can draw cartoons or comic strips —who can illustratestoriesor draw covers—for Fashion Artists, Advertising Artists, Commercial Designers. FREE BOOKLET Mail coupon today for our handsomely illustrated tree booklet ...

29. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1933

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... —played magnificently by Spencer Tracy. As garrulous old friends will, Ralph wanders about a bit in time, starting off with the news that his friend has committed suicide. Then he "goes back," for reasons, to the day when Spencer was starting, inspired by love for his wife, Colleen Moore ...

30. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1921

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... 42 Horizon Island,that Doris had been born the night her mother died. The infant knew nothing of the solitary, grief-racked figure which conducted her funeral the following day. She only knew that the grave in which her mother lay was a thing of per- fect beauty, a spot of reverently tended marvel flowers ...

31. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1920

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... Photoplay Magazine — Advertising Section The Shadow Stage 9 r (Continued) the harder, the swan song of those cupids of comedy, Douglas McLean and Doris May, is their best picture since "Twenty-Three and a Half Hours Leave ...

32. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1943

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... . Butch slept on the ironing board. All day long he runs and tears and scampers along the beach—just a boy, a very little one, like thousands of American kids all over. Only somehow Butch is the little one that is always running behind the others—trying to catch up ...

33. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1934

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... ; Zukowski, JosephSchildkraut; Elinor Yates, Doris Lloyd; Miss Gower, Clara Blandick; Gilda Gordon, Shirley Grey; Winters, Samuel Hinds; Jones, Henry Kolker; Smith, Arthur Stewart Hull; Bro-.im, Montague Shaw; Dutton, Howard Hickman ...

34. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1943

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... . McLeod's next picture, I could accept with thanks his promise to place me under contract if and when the war is ended. THE next day I was taken through Warner Brothers' Studios by Milo Anderson, their head clothes designer, who had given me a ride the night be- fore ...

35. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1934

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... .) • SHE LOVES ME NOT— Paramount.—Smart treatment of the stage success puts this way out front as clever entertainment. Bing Crosby gives an A-l performance, and you will meet a brand-new Miriam Hopkins. (Sept.) SHE WAS A LADY— Fox.—Just so-so entertain- ment, with Ralph Morgan married to his mother's maid, Doris Lloyd, and Helen Twelvetrees as their daughter ...

36. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1933

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... . That day, only an in- finitesimal pair of green knitted trunks covered his small person. Miriam has had him since he was ten days old. She denies, laughingly, that she has any great maternal instinct, but the way she holds him and looks at him speaks her adoration of him more forcibly than any words could do ...

37. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1931

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... Love! Marriage! Divorce! Laughter! Tears! Lovelier than ever, and happy about her concert success in Europe, Doris Kenyon, widow of the beloved Milton Sills, comes home from a trip abroad. Frankly, now, was Gorgeous Doris ever a mite prettier ...

38. Photoplay Feb - Jun 1921

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... — THE KETMTOM PHARMACOL CO. 586 COPPIN BLDG. Cov'ni6ion,Kentucky, U.S.A. Canada Address Ulindsor Ontario (Continued from page 70) George Beban, Junior has the right idea. He worked in his dad s new picture, and every night before he left the lot, he demanded payment for the day s work, receiving the royal recompense of one silver dollar ...

39. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1920

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... . The result was that she was stampeded by fans, and the rush became so great one day that she had to ask the man- agement of the hotel tor a guard. Mothers with children who were certain to be great picture stars waylaid Miss Joyce in the lobby, they waited by her car and they even got past the sharp-eyed clerks and arrived unannounced, at Mis- Joyce's door ...

40. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1920

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... < DORIS MAY and Wallie M.Donald are -till spending most of their time denying the oft printed announcement of their marriage. Press-clipping bureaus still -end it in with startling regularity. And the funny thing is that il to make the slightest impression on anyone ...

41. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1920

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... ! The lovely face of Doris looked a bit be- wildered. .1 hit shocked. It was .1- if ,111, asked a child at its first gift-laden Christmas tree. "Do you believe in Santa CI.. "Of course," she said simp ...

42. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1933

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... Select Your Pictures and You Won't ri- LADY FOR A DAY—Columbia A STORY about an old apple seller's love for the daugh- ter who believes her a society dowager. May Robson as Apple Annie gives an unforgettable per- formance ...

43. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1931

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... . Catherine Hunter, for years with First National and now "freelancing," was a stenog- rapher in Wall Street. Doris Kenyon, a personal friend, placed her as a secretary in the First National Studio. Then scripting. "We must know each detail of a picture ...

44. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1920

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... . .Miss Barrymore was playing in St. Louis. A young woman came from one of the newspapers seeking an interview. It was granted, given, finished. ''I liked the girl and in- vited her to come next day and lunch with me," was the Barrymore ver- sion of the tale ...

45. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1921

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... . Unfortunately one must be careful not to frequent the movies too regularly owing to the eye strain caused by the flicker of the lights. It is not a wise thing to attend the movies the night before a big match, and it is folly to go the day you play, for you find your eyes will carry the motion of the flicker for some hours after ...

46. Photoplay Jan - Jun 1922

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... "—ah, a voice from the past. Jay Belasco is about twenty-five. He is unmarried, born in Brooklyn and ap- pears in Christie comedies. Percy Marmont is married. Wallace MacDonald is Mr. Doris Mav. M. G. K.—I appreciate your thinking of me and love to get colored postcards of L'Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, and the Bay of Naples ...

47. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1931

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... . Adapted by Doris Malloy, Gertrude Orr and Henry McCarthy. Directed by William Beaudine. The cast: Monica, Evelyn Brent; Janice, June Clyde; Dorothy. Marceline Day; Fanny, Louise Fazenda; Lil, Lilyan Tashman ...

48. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1940

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... —and films—click A blue-eyed girl from Illinois who gave a rosy tinge to the famous Goldwyn face: Hoax Girl Doris Davenport The old — and new — faithfuls of Hollywood. You're sure to know their faces ...

49. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1934

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... . For some years they have peace and happiness—until the day Anthony goes to cut down an ancient tree. In the center of the tree, centuries before, a stone has been caught up in its growth. Anthony's axe is deflected by the stone and it gashes him. He bleeds to death ...

50. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1934

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... . Mona Maris and Virginia Cherrill adequate. (Sept.) WHOM THE GODS DESTROY— Columbia- Heavy melodrama, impressive because of fine acting of Walter Connolly. Doris Kenyon, Robert Young. (Oct.) • WILD CARGO— RKO-Radio.—The film story of Frank Buck's most recent expedition into the Malay Jungle, with a detailed explanation of each scene ...