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21. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1917

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... . Arthur Shirley plays opposite the star and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, the scenario writer, accepted the role of the father. The balance of the cast in- cludes Moilie McConnell. Albert E. Ellis, William Reed, Ben Rossier, Mignoii Lc- Brun and C. H. Voute ...

22. Motion Picture News March 1917

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... . The picture is titled " Innocence," and was produced from an original scenario by Captain Leslie Peacocke. Press notices describe it as a story of the California mines, with an entirely original and un- usual plot twist ...

23. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... 3156 MOTION PICTURE NEWS Vol. 14. No. 20 Glimpses from "Bungling Bill's Bow Wow," a Vogue Burlesque. Center: Bill and the Bow Wow A new plan for a wife to secure payment ordered by the court is exposed in the two- reel comedy, " Easy Alimony," written and being filmed by Captain Leslie Peacocke at U City ...

24. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... . The scenario was from the pen of Cap- tain Leslie T. Peacocke. The adaptation, according to the producers, religiously fol- lows Goethe's original and Gurnot's oper- atic versions. The star of the production is Beatriz Michelena ...

25. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... . " I Am Your Husband," a one-act Nestor comedy written and produced by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, with Al McKinnon and Peggy Coudray and the Big U drama "The Wrong Heart," featuring Wallace Reid and Doro- thy Davenport are other releases for this date ...

26. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... . Peacocke, with Eileen Sedg\vick in the leading role, which will be released Friday, December 22, and " Fighting Joe," a two-act Western Christmas drama, written by William Parker, and produced by William V. Mong, which will appear under the Bison brand on Saturday, December 23. William V ...

27. Motion Picture News Mar-Apr 1916

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... Eleven Regular and Three Special Companies for American. Best Theatres Book 7 E. and R. One Reelers Peacocke with California to Adapt "Kismet" Oklahoma League Passes Anti-Censsrship Resolution.... All Time of Palmer Gaumont Staff on News Cartoons ...

28. Motion Picture News Oct 1915

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... .” The picture rights in this story were recently purchased by the California concern from Mrs. Williamson, and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke has written an elaborate scenario from it. The part of Juliette De Nevers offers a new type of role to Beatriz Michelena ...

29. Motion Picture News Oct 1914-Jan 1915

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... ." Clara Kimball Young is just finish- ing the work on "Lola." Captain Leslie Peacocke is writing the scenario of "The Butterfly.'' "LENA RIVERS" (Cosmos—Five Reels) EEVIEWFD BY CLIFFORD H. PANGBURN iil ENA RIVERS'' is a play which has a rather unusual ••—' history ...

30. Motion Picture News Apr - Jun 1914

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... . Katterjohn, editor of the Eastern scenario department of the Universal, has collaborated with Captain Leslie T. Peacocke on a series of stories which will feature Ethel Grandin. The series is to be known as "The Love Adventures of Doris Mason" the first of which is now being produced by Ray Smallwood and will be released under the title of "The Dawn of Romance ...