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1. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... December 30, 1916 MOTION PICTURE NEWS 4107 BROADWAY STAR FEATURES Present '^Sunshine'' Mary Anderson in The Luck Charm The second adventure of 99 THE DANGERS of DORIS A single reel series of romance and adventure 99 Doris pounded keys—all day long ...

2. Motion Picture News July-Aug 1918

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... July 6, i 9 i 8 Theodore C.Deitrick presents DORIS KENYO Heading her own company, DELUXEPICIURE^mc/Vt THE STREET OF SEVEN STARS "Ah unprecedented^beautifulscreen, idyl all smiles and tears','by MARY ROBERTS RINEHART Head what the critics say of The StreetofSeven Stars ...

3. Motion Picture News Sept-Oct 1921

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... October 15, I 9 2 I 1943 NEXT WEEK DORIS MAY CHRISTY ^ABANNEs PRODuCTlons SHOWN HERE COMING—' SESSUE GASNIED'* PRODUCTIONS \ I / PAULINE FREDERICK 'JO-DAY 5 R-C Pictures Bring Prosperity R-C PICTURES are good, clean pic- tures ...

4. Motion Picture News Dec 1920-Feb 1921

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... 310 Motion Picture New Ihomas'K.Ince presents, The Same Lovable Rookie! D EMEMBER "23 K Hours Leave"? That was the story of the rookies' last day in America. Here's the companion piece —this one shows you the rookie on the first day after he gets back I And it's the same rookie— Douglas MacLean ...

5. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1920

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... jf Theatre wought: Cf(w public m beginning to understand something of tk differences iitrental prices for various grades of pictures) the day k at hand, therefore, when audiences will reject what they know is chap ...

6. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1920

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... iblic is beginning iderstand something of the differences inraitai pricesfor various grades of pictures) the day is at hand, therefore, when audiences will reject what they know is eke DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "His Majesty The American" D. W ...

7. Motion Picture News Sept-Oct 1916

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... 2744 ACCESSORY NEWS SECTION Vol. 14. No. 17 Her Movie Career Reads Like a Fairy Story— A year ago Doris Grey, a Chicago girl, had never been inside a movie studio. TODAY Thanhouser features her in leading roles ...

8. Motion Picture News Sep-Oct 1916

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... 2744 ACCESSORY NEWS SECTION Vol. 14. No. 17 Her Movie Career Reads Like a Fairy Story— A year ago Doris Grey, a Chicago girl, had never been inside a movie studio. TODAY Thanhouser features her in leading roles ...

9. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1919

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... the loy al women on this side of the water. BUT then comes a day when Townsend is wounded. He believes that he is going to die, writes Doris his farewell let- ter, but later he is taken to Tours and then one of the surgeons writes to the girl, at the same time enclosing Townsend's note ...

10. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... ^style furnishes a story which is unique in plot and dramatic effect As Doris Willard, Miss Barriscale has been furnished with a vehicle dif- ferent in many ways from all her pre- vious efforts, the role, however, afford- ing her a splendid opportunity of dem- onstrating her many emotional talents ...