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31. Motion Picture News Apr - Jun 1914

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... . Not that others did not contribute to its worth. Credit is certainly due Captain Leslie T. Peacocke for the scenario. Annette Kellcrmann and those supporting her for the acting, and Andre Barletier for the photography, but the principal praise belongs and must Vie ascribed to Herbert Brenon as director. ^Ir ...

32. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Herbert Brenon, Imp director, will take a company to Florida to produce a feature star- ring Annette Kellerman. Billy Shay plays the male lead and C apt. Peacocke impersonates a fish. M. E. Hoffman, publicity man for the World Special Films Corporation, was instrumental in landing a story, "The Influence of the Modern Motion Picture Drama on the Styles," in the current issue of a fashion magazine ...

33. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1914

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... . The husband is killed later by the father of a girl he had ruined. "The Polo Champions." (Joker. Sat., July 25.)—Written by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke of the Universal scenario staff. One of the very best burlesques yet seen ...

34. Motion Picture News July-Aug 1918

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... . Captain Leslie Peacocke is responsible for the story. He has taken a general theme that has been done before, but has made a brand-new story from it with all the ear-marks of the " latest fashion." The two young couples, living one above the other, in a modern apartment house, and the complications that ensue when the wife of one meets the hubby of the other on a rainy night ...

35. Motion Picture News July-Aug 1918

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... . Franey is supported by Zasu Pitts. Lillian Peacocke and Milton Moranti in this bur- lesque on the old poem. Universal Proves Its Interest in Shorts ...

36. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1918

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... >appears as their leading woman. Captain Leslie Peacocke is continuing as the company's scenario writer. General Manager Henry McRae, was this week visited by his brother, F. J. McRae, who will leave for France early in April as a member of the Royal Flying Corps ...

37. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1917

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... stage space for the making of their come- dies. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, one of the best known scenario writers, has been en- gaged to write comedies for Lyons and Moran. The brand name for the comedies to be made under the direction of Lyons and Moran is yet to be selected ...

38. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... —to romp about in the manner which has endeared her to photoplay patrons the country over. A Notable Cast. A notable cast supports Miss Saunders throughout the production. Included in it are such favorites as Arthur Shirley and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

39. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... . She is supported by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. " Betty, Be Good," is a Mutual-Hork- heimer feature written by William M. Ritchey, author of "Who Pays?" " Sarello," " The Unseen Hand " and many other screen dramas ...

40. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... . " Betty Be Good " was produced by E. D. Horkheimer. It marks the re- Photonovel and Specialties turn to the screen of Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, writer and actor. He plays one of the leading roles. " Betty Be Good " is a story of love and politics ...