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1. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Maibelle Heikes Justice stopped writing two-reel features just long enough to dash off a vaudeville one- act sketch for Robert Drouet, who was waiting for it. and there are more coming. Then Captain Peacocke is going to do it again ...

2. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Captain Peacocke and "Pop" Hoadley, both of the Universal staff, are collaborating on some comedies and dramas. Bet they are away above the average. Harold McGrath, noted novelist, threatens to write photoplays for Selig ...

3. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Johnstone has brought the Uni- versal script department to an envi- able standard, and, together with his assistants, C. B. Hoadley and Captain L. T. Peacocke, has accomplished much for the struggling writers. Mr. Johnstone's advice to writers is to leave "correspondence schools" alone ...

4. 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 ...

5. Motion Picture News Jan - Mar 1914

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... , deal.ng with the police department. Much chasing and running around as usual. "The Power of Prayer." (Victor. Two reels. Mar. 20.)—Undoubtedly the poorest picture Capt. Leslie Peacocke has written. The production seems impossible in many places and does not ring true to life ...

6. 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 ...

7. Motion Picture News Apr - Jun 1914

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... . Peacocke was especially constructed so as to feature Miss Kellerman. NEW KALEM STUDIO The Kalem Company has just opened its new $25,000 studio at Jacksonville, Fla. The opening was celebrated with a banquet and a dance, at which Presi- dent and Mrs ...

8. 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 ...

9. 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 ...

10. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1914

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... . "The Heart of the Night Wind," in three reels, is from the book by Vingie L E. Roe and was adapted to picture form by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, of the Universal scenario department. BRADY NOVELS FOR VITA- GRAPH The Vitagraph Company has some big things in preparation ...