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1. Moving Picture News Jan-Jun 1912

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... ., 104 Prospect street, Cleveland. CAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, whose likeness appears above, is a well-known writer. His short stories are very much in demand. The Captain is a pioneer scenario writer, his specialty being comedies, and we understand him to be one of the highest paid men in the scenario field. Mr ...

2. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... i6 THE MOVING PICTURE NEWS For Those Who Worry O'er Plots and Plays Credit on Posters CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE, that Nestor of script writers in a recent interview advocated credit- ing the name of the ...

3. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Monte Katterjohn, who once conducted a "school" and a monthly magazine for pictureplaywrights, has returned to his "first love," namely, script-writing. Captain Peacocke, veteran script writer, now on the Universal editorial staff, is a veritable soldier of fortune ...

4. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . We think like Captain Peacocke that credit on poster and screen will come sooner or later. In order to be impartial why not use the names of both the author and the director? He Says It Is "Rot" Here is a hot one from a director of moving picture plays ...

5. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . This is an important ruling, and will result in Universal getting first readings on some classy scripts. We shall have further comment to make regarding this action next week. In the meantime, on behalf of aspiring picture playwrights, we hasten to congratulate Universal and its script staff, particularly Captain Leslie Peacocke, for helping along a creditable move ...

6. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . The scenario was written by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, and is an adaptation of his powerful short story "The Vic- torious Surrender," which appeared last fall in "The Smart Set" Magazine. Nell Shipman is completing plans whereby she will fit a number of the leading stars of the profession with the scenarios particularly suited to their various personalities. :}c * ^ * Fred J ...

7. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Peacocke, of the LIniversal Script Department, writes ; "I know you will be glad to hear that the Universal Co. has decided to give the authors credit on posters and advertising matter, and those authors who write original stories will welcome such publicity, but those who have been in the habit of stealing ...

8. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... THE MOVING PICTURE NEWS '7 editors and authors and give Captain Peacocke a cordial greet- ing when the show is "tried out on the dog." And now cometh Miss F. Marion Brandon who draws a deserved write-up in the moving picture syndicate lore ...

9. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Use sirnple envi- ronment. Do not call for expensive or impossible loca- tions in your scripts. Your action will read better devoid of impossible details. A Line from the Captain Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, of the Universal script staff, is busily engaged right now in putting on the finish- ing touches to the comic opera plot he has written for Annette Kellerman, but nevertheless he finds time ...

10. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... THE MOVING PICTURE NEWS 17 son, Hoadley and Peacocke make a trustworthy team and one in sympathy with the writer. The Marchioness Townshend is writing scripts for the Clarendon Company of England. Lady Troubridge is also writing them ...