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1. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... Cure McDermott A Five-Foot Ruler De Haven Bred in the Purple Baldwin Lady Geraldine Comes Back Baldwin The Mansard Mystery Paton Typewriter Trouble Beaudine A Maid of Sicily Gerrard Her Man Friday De Haven Leave It To Brother De Haven Winning a Mother Peacocke Beautiful Bertie Peacocke The Thief Maker Cochrane The Fence Cochrane Giant Powder McRae The Rival Drillers McRae Adventure of the Lost ...

2. Moving Picture Weekly 1917-1919

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... THE MOVING PICTURE WEEKLY- •35 Expressive and timely cartoon by Hy. Mayer drawn for the Universal Ani- mated Weekly. MAKES SCREEN, DISCOVERY. QAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE returned this week to the scenario staff of the Universal Company at Universal City, fresh from a sojourn of several months at Long Beach, where he has been outlining another big marine ...

3. Moving Picture Weekly 1917-1918

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... . One of their first de- cisions was to employ Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke to write the scenarios. Then they engaged Edith Roberts as lead- ing lady. Capt. Peacocke is in all probability the best-known and most successful writer of comedy for the screen in the entire countrj ...

4. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... {Copyright 1917, Universal Film Manufacturing Co.) "rU tell you something," said Clem. "This is her whiskey still.' c lAPT. PEACOCKE wrote the story of "The Un- tamed," the two - reel Mary Fuller Feature, which was adapted for the screen by Catherine Carr, and produced by Lucius Henderson ...

5. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... to note that only three minor corrections were made in the copy before it made its final appearance. ACTOR HUNTS FEATHER MAKE-UP. "lyiAKEUP for Peacocke," said Bruno Becker, assistant director, to Ed Brady, well-known Universal Brady proceeded to the costume de- partment and, not finding peacock feathers went back to Becker ...

6. Moving Picture Weekly 1917-1919

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... . Joker Comedy Produced by W. W. Beaudine from a Scenario by C. B. Hoadley. CAST. Ira Dewberry Wm. Franey Mary Mandrake Zasu Pitts Flossie Flatter Lillian Peacocke Jack Dawson Milburn Moranti Character Man Burt Law Ira's Father Bobby Mack ...

7. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... ." Clara tells Dick that he must go away, that her husband is in bed Nestor Comedy. asleep and that she knows him to be an impostor. Dick is nearly insane Written and Produced by Leslie T. when the maid, whom Dick thinks is Peacocke ...

8. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... . Written and Produced by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke. CAST. Fred Brandon Fred Church Eileen Eileen Sedgwick Mr. Hardman. Charles Perley Mrs. Hardman Claire Du Brey Fred Brandon and Eileen Northcote are the two heirs of a million-dollar fortune, on the condition that they are united in marriage within twenty- four hours ...

9. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... 32 THE MOVING PICTURE WEEKLY- STORIES OF THE ONE KEEL PHOTOPLAYS "THE HERO OF BUNKO HILL. Victor Comedy. Written and produced by Capt. L. T. Peacocke. CAST. Bertie Bellew Billy Musgrove Casaga Liane Carrera George Al McKinnon Joe Eugene Walsh Bertie Bellew, a leading man, is apprised by his manager that the com- jyany is almost bankrupt and that ...

10. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... . The Battling Bellboy Wm. Franey The Chambermaid Za Su Pitts The Hotel Clerk. „.Milbum Moranti Mrs. Pugilist Lillian Peacocke Bill is a bellboy with ring aspira- tions. Za Su is a chambermaid with a love for Bill ...