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1. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... July 21, 1917. MOTOGRAPHY 127 'BETTY BE GOOD" Captain Leslie Peacocke Supports Jackie Saunders in New Mutual Play, Released July 16 — Production is Unusual Miss Jackie Saunders, one of the younger screen stars who have developed original lines in motion pic- ture productions, is happily placed in her latest offer- ing, "Betty Be ...

2. Motography Jan-Mar 1916

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... .would give their competitors a chance. They retired from racing and lived happily ever after and the competitors were happy also." Beyfuss Signs Capt. Peacocke Alex E. Beyfuss, vice-president and general man- ager of the California Motion Picture Corporation, has signed Captain Leslie T ...

3. Motography Apr-Jun 1916

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... . The pictures will be projected from a fire-proof booth of the latest type. A POEM FROM PEACOCKE. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, au- thor of "Neptune's Daughter" and a number of other feature films and who is now scenario editor with the California Motion Picture Cor- poration, sends some verse to Motography and ...

4. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Gardner and the governor invited them to appear before the special taxation committee where the exhibitors can present their view on the proposed new taxation by the state on motion picture theaters. Peacocke Writes Book of Poems Captain Leslie R ...

5. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... . Three Authors Added to Universal Forces During the past fortnight, Universal has added three authors of considerable note to the scenario department on the coast. They are Charles Kenyon, J. Ed- ward Hungerford and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

6. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... : "Makeup for Peacocke." Ed Brady of Universal got it and spent all day hunting around for feathers. Finally he learned that Peacocke is a new U. director. HE WANTS A OH I We hat. - exhibitor placed a fountain containing real fish in his ably liad suckers there before. ...

7. Motography Jan-Jun 1915

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... . No chil- dren will be admitted. Successor to "Neptune's Daughter" Contracts have been executed between a syndicate of motion picture producers and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, author of "Neptune's Daughter," under the terms of which "The Mermaid" will be released in seven reels as a special feature for September book- ings ...

8. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... — Yours sincerely, Leslie T. Peacocke, Director and Feature Scenario Writer, Balboa Studios, Long Beach, California. ...

9. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Peacocke appears in the role of her father. Jackie plays the role of a millionaire's daughter. Tiring of her life of luxury, she decides to leave home. She drives through a giant facsimile telegram, nine by twelve feet, to avoid meeting her father and emerges in a barnyard, where her life as a runaway begins ...

10. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... . Peacocke, veteran motion picture writer and actor. He plays one of the leading roles in the production. "Betty Be Good" is a story of love and politics. It provides another "tomboy" role for Miss Saunders, a part in which she is supposed to be a dignified little miss and in which she is even more the harum-scarum girl which has created a demand for ...