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1. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... 890 THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD February 12, 1916 / ^ nr z; Deatqiz MiaiCLENA IN ^0 / J_UJ ^ UNWRITTEN Law" i _ ^y EDWIN MILTON ROYLE SCENARIO [3Y ^ CAPT. LESUE PEACOCKE ! ...

2. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... January 15,1916 THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD 371 k m0- HER GREATEST PRODUCTION "THE UNWRITTEN LAW EDWIN MILTON ROYLE Author of "THE SQUAW MAN" Prepared in Scenario by CAPT. LESLIE PEACOCKE Scene from "The Unwritten Law" with Beatriz Michelena as Kate Wilson >"(; iiM ...

3. Moving Picture World Dec 1920

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... SNAPPY COMEDIES COMPANY Presents MARINE DE MOS (The famuiis Greek Comedienne, lately from Athens. Greece) (THE ONLY GIRL IN THE WORLD WHO CAN "SHIMMY" WITH HER EVES) In "THE TALE OF A DOG—WAGGED BY HIMSELF" A TWO-REEL SUPERLATIVE COMEDY Written and Directed by CAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE ...

4. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... E. D. Horkheimer Presents JACKIE SAUNDERS IN "THE CHECKMATE" By Capt. Leslie Peacocke. In Five Acts. Directed by Sherwood McDonald. Photographed by William Beckway. Released the week of May 21st ...

5. Moving Picture World 6 May 1916 - 27 May 1916

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... •Nun* V CALIFOFLMIA PRESENTS BEATRIZ MOIEUMi CELEBRATED PRIMA DONNA TnEWOMANWnODARE® >o- / i ir A GRIPPING STORY OF EUROPEAN INTRIGUE BY C. N. and A. M. WILLIAMSON ■ through arrangement with ALICE KAUSER All Star Cast Including ANDREW ROBSON and WILLIAM PIKE Scenario by CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE A prima donna, divinely feminine, winning in a battle of courage and ...

6. Moving Picture World Dec 1920

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... . PEACOCKE Available at the Following Recognized Exchanges: Greater New York, New York State, Northern New Jersey—Empire State Film Corporation. New England States—Federated Film Exchanges, Inc., of New England. Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey ...

7. Moving Picture World 6 May 1916 - 27 May 1916

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... ; with marvelous costuming and lighting effects. fAll Star Cast Including [ANDREW ROBSON and WILLIAM PIKE 'A I IScenario by CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE Trade Showing in New York will be announced in next week's issue California Motion Picture Corporation Alexander Beyfuss ...

8. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... corporation with no limit of expen- diture to insure quality-pictures beyond program limitations. The first of the series under the new plan is BEATRIZ MICHELENA in "THE UNWRITTEN LAW" By Edwin Milton Royle, author of "The Squaw Man," from the scenario by Capt. Leslie Peacocke ...

9. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... her arms from the top of a high bridge, carrying on a knife duel in the middle of a stream, riding a bare-back horse at breakneck speed, and doing similar hazardous stunts to amuse a fickle public, Signorina Lea is always the one selected for the work. » Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. CAPTAIN Leslie T ...

10. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... . One of the finest supporting casts Miss Sweet has ever had will appear in "The Sowers," including the inimitable Theo- dore Roberts, Thomas Meighan, Ernest Joy, Dick Le Strange, Camille Astor and Horace B. Carpenter. Peacocke With California Co ...

11. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1914

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... . more or less unreal, but it has been worked up in an intensely interesting manner, and it is certain to be popular wherever it is shown. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke Former Scenario Editor of the Universal Now Preparing Picture Plays for the World Film Corporation ...

12. Moving Picture World 3 May 1919 - 31 May 1919

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... . Peacocke Writes Another Sea Play. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, author of "Neptune's Daughter," has just sold a scenario based on his story, "The Birth of Venus," to Julius Stern. The story requires many elaborate settings depict- ing beautiful myths and legends of the sea, and the heroine must be portrayed by a young woman whose perfections in physical beauty must be equalled ...

13. Moving Picture World Oct 1920

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... . Peacocke on the next production to be made for the Ormsby corporation. Captain Peacocke is now at work on the scenario for the new picture. Child Actor Gets Contract Frances Carpenter, hero of "Jack and the Beanstalk" and other pictures featuring juvenile players of a few years ago, has been given a flattering contract by the Famous Players-Las ...

14. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1920

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... . Gordon Edwards, now director of the William Farnum features, is planning to make a super-production of "The Queen of Sheba" some time .this sum- mer. ■ ' Peacocke Working on New Sea Story. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, author of the story of "Neptune's Daughter," made into a film a year ago, has begun the production of a companion story which is not named as yet, but has the working title of "Sea Story ...

15. Moving Picture World 1 Dec 1917 - 29 Dec 1917

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... . From Indiana Trade News Service, 861 State Life Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. Walter Peacocke with the Colors. Des Moines, la.—Walter Peacocke, ship- ping clerk with the local Pathe exchange, has leit for service with Uncle Sam. Mr ...

16. Moving Picture World 6 Oct 1917 - 27 Oct 1917

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... . During the past fortnight, Universal has added three authors of considerable note to the scenario department on the coast. They are Charles Kenyon, J. Edward Hunger- ford, and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. Charles Kenyon, who has recently completed several photoplays of note for Paramount, is the author of "Kind- ling," the play in which Margaret Illington created a furore on Broadway some seasons ago ...

17. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... . CAPTAIN PEACOCKE RETURNS TO SCREEN. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, widely known as a short story writer, scenario editor, poet, actor and screen star, will return to the screen in support of Jackie Saunders in her latest pro- duction for Mutual entitled "Betty Be Good ...

18. Moving Picture World 7 Jul 1917 - 28 Jul 1917

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... . In the meanwhile exhibitors can make reservations at their nearest Mu- tual Exchange. Captain Peacocke Will Act With Jackie Saunders Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, widely known as a short story writer, scenario editor, poet and playwright, will play an important role in the next Jackie Saun- ders Mutual release ...

19. Moving Picture World 3 Mar 1917 - 31 Mar 1917

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... . PEACOCKE LAUDS "THE WOMAN WHO DARED." Leslie T. Peacocke, one of the foremost scenario writers of the present era, states that "The Woman Who Dared," the first release of the Ultra Pictures Corporation, is an ideal story for the screen ...

20. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1916

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... . Universal Engages New Directors Captain Peacocke and Ruth Ann Baldwin, Both Scenario Writers, to Build Picture. Two new directors have been added to the producing force at Universal City. Ruth .^nn Baldwin. \vho came to the Uni- versal as a scenario writer, and has successfully served as the writer of many of the Universal's productions, collaborator with K ...

21. Moving Picture World Oct 1920

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... . Peacocke, have both withdrawn as contestants in the race for the mustache cup of Filmland. Third Eyebrows and the Shimmy Some thoughtless person referred to Eddie's hirsute adornment as a third eye- brow—an old gag, but enough to send Eddie to the safety. Capt ...

22. Moving Picture World Aug 1920

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... . Ormsby, a Canadian steel king, and president of the Ormsby Film Cor- poration, has come to Los Angeles to su- pervise the exploitation of "Neptune's Bride," a seven reel water fantasy just completed by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke for the company ...

23. Moving Picture World 6 Jul 1918 - 31 Aug 1918

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... . Fatty would also like to "dis- cover" an author who can write suitable comedies for him. British War Benefit. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, well-known dramatist and photoplaywright, gave a performance of a playlet written by himself called "Sacrilege," for the British Ambulance Society at a downtown hotel in Los Angeles last week ...

24. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... . The Universal staff is headed by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. in the East. Captain Peacocke is also a dra- matist and novelist. Walter MacNamara was once a member of the staff, as was Pop Hoadley, to say nothing of Hal Reid, who bought more stories for ...

25. Moving Picture World Dec 1920

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... ; "Neptune's Bride," written and directed by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke; "The Stranger," pro- duced by Hugh B. Evans, Jr.; "Sky Eye," "Sins of the World." starring Lola DeKay; "Souls of Men," featuring Will Jeffries ...

26. Moving Picture World 7 Jun 1919 - 28 Jun 1919

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... . Jungle studio, near Eastlake Park. The Democracy Co., of which many prominent colored citi- zens of Los Angeles are members, is incorporated under the state laws of California. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, well known photoplay author, actor and di- rector, has written the first story for the negro company, and will supervise the direction of the picture ...

27. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1914

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... ) 650 PEACOCKE, CAPTAIN LESLIE T 648 PEARCE URGES AMALGAMATION 626 "PERILS OF PAULINE" (Eclectic) 652 PHOTOPLAYWRIGHT, THE 634 "PRIVATE OFFICER, THE" (Essanay)... 647 PROJECTION DEPARTMENT 636 PUSHING FIGHT AGAINST CENSORSHIP ...

28. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... .. 286 OPERATIC STAR IX PICTURES 281 OUT OF QUAXTITY-QUALITY' 211 PARAMOU.XT PICTURES CORPORATION. 264 PEACOCKE, CAPT. LESLIE T 238 PHOTOPLAY ACTING IS ME.XTAL RADI- ATION 227 PLAYS OF PURPOSE 229 PRESENT DAY TREND IN FILM LENGTHS 181 PUBLICITY FOR THE PICTURES 217 QUESTIO.X OF DEMAXD A.XD SUPPLY. A. 230 READ, J. PARKER 193 ...

29. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... burning the night oil in order to carry nut their work with the fullest amount of efficiency. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke during the past week has written a two-reel comedy entitled "The Friend of the Family ...

30. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1914

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... . Peacocke spoke for credit on the film and Mrs. Brandon went him one better by declaring that the Ed-.^u club should issue a seal which, when affixed to a script would give it preference over the inferior writers ...

31. Moving Picture World Dec 1920

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... . The success of "Neptune's Bride," the company's initial production is responsible for the big 1921 program which has just been outlined. It was written and directed by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, author of "Neptune's Daughter ...

32. Moving Picture World 2 Nov 1918 - 28 Dec 1918

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... . Peacocke and Vera Beresford were also in the cast, but they were marking time until Miss Gordon's scene should be finished. I met Al Cohn, who used to be Mary Pickford's personal representative, and is now working with Jimmie Young ...

33. Moving Picture World 2 Nov 1918 - 28 Dec 1918

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... . Peacocke, who was born there, the Big Wind in Ireland was but a gentle breeze, visited our fair city. A tornado that tore down trellisses, played hob with pergolas, uprooted accacias, eucalyptus, lemon, magnolia, orange, olive, rubber, camphor, oleander, palm and pepper trees, ripped the roof from ...

34. Moving Picture World 7 Sep 1918 - 26 Oct 1918

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... . Peacocke Her mother Rita Harlan Richard Grant Fred Church Directed by Henry Otto. The Story: Glory is her father's angel child, but the despair of her mother, who packs her off to boarding school to get rid of her ...

35. Moving Picture World 7 Sep 1918 - 26 Oct 1918

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... . Peacocke worked his climax up to a big rescue scene In which the star dives into the water and saves not only the hero, but the villain as well from drowning. Miss King was delighted with this op- portunity to prove to her admirers that she really can swim ...

36. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1918

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... . * * * Anita King, Balboa star, will be featured in a story by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, as a fifth in the series of six to be released by Mutual. Work will be started soon under the direction of Robert Ensminger ...

37. Moving Picture World 4 Aug 1917 - 25 Aug 1917

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... . The stories were written and directed by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke and featured Harry Crouch. * * * Lois Weber made a personal appearance on the stage at Clune's Theater this week. * * * William Russell came down to San Pedro Sunday for a week of picture-making on a yacht ...

38. Moving Picture World 7 Jul 1917 - 28 Jul 1917

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... —to romp about in the manner which has .endeared her to photoplay patrons the country over. A Notable Cast. A notable cast supports Miss Saunders throughout the production. Included in it are such favorites as Arthur Shirley and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

39. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1916

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... . Elkas soon will be seen In "The Belle of the Season," which Is being produced under the direction of S. Rankin Drew, with Emmy Wehlen in the leading role. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke is producing at Universal City a two-reel comedy entitled "Baby Doll's Christmas," Eileen Sedgwick and Fred Church, the leads, are supported by Yvette ^^itehell ...

40. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... . THE California Motion Picture Corporation has produced from a script of Captain Peacocke "The Unwritten Law," the play by Edward Milton Royle. It is in five parts. The subject is well acted and well staged ...

41. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... ) 1663 Peacocke with California Co 1627 "Peppina" Causes Riot at Theater 1629 Photoplaywright, The 1648 Picture Plays tor Sothern 1024 Picture Theaters projected 1676 Power Company's Employees' Dance 1657 Projection Department 1649 ■Raiders, The" (Kay Bee ...

42. Moving Picture World 2 Oct 1915 - 30 Oct 1915

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... . Peacocke, presenting Beatriz Michelena in the role of Nell Saunders and William Pike as Jim Piatt. It is a realistic picture of the depressing sordidness of slum life, sincerely acted and adequately staged. Miss Michelena, in particular, gives an impressive char- acterization ...

43. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . Mr. Crawford was man- aging editor of the Motion Picture News before he became editor of Reel Life. Mr. James had al- ready organized the scenario department with Captain Leslie T. Peacocke and George D ...

44. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... the play fitted the situation so well. Captain Leslie Peacocke made the adaptation of the play used by the California Motion Picture Company In preparing the screen version. It may be felt in the opening of the pic- ture that too much time has been given to familiarizing the Scene from "Salvation Nell" (California ...

45. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1914

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... . Among those present were Sir Lionel Garden, the Marchi- oness of Townsend, Viscount and Lady Dangan, Miss Hiram Maxim, Capt. Leslie Peacocke, Sr.; Mr. St. John Brenon, Father of Herbert Brenon, Mr. E. M. Heron, Alderman Joseph May, the Mayor of St ...

46. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... . "The Heart of the Night Wind" is from the book by Vingie I. E. Roe and was adapted to picture form bj' Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, of the L'niversal scenario department. In three reels, the play allows Miss Fuller a splendid part, combining vigor, emotion and some highly spectacular feats. Miss Fuller, Mr. Edwin and Mr ...

47. Moving Picture World Dec 1920

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... . A number of new concerns have entered the field. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke has organized the Snappy Comedies, with Ma- rine De Mos, the girl with the acrobatic optics, as the featured comedienne. Miss Ds Mos, who is from Athens, Greece, where she was well known to the ligitimate stage, has a most wonderful pair of lamps ...

48. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... . The remainder of the cast was carefully selected as "Black Beauty" is a play of types. George Webb plays the polished "heavy;" John Steppling and Mollie Mc- Connell take the part of Squire and Mrs. Gordon; Leslie T. Peacocke and Adele Far- rington appear as Lord and Lady Wynwar- ing ...

49. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... . George Webb is the polished villain and "Mother" Mollie Mc- Connell, John Steppling, Adele Farrington, Leslie T. Peacocke, Margaret Mann, Colin Kenny, Robert Bolder, and many other well- known players are seen in the important character parts ...

50. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1920

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... . Pea- cocke for the Ormshy Film Corporation, has been taken over to Irving Lesser for distribution. The Ormsby Corporation is planning to start another picture about September 1. Captain Peacocke is now working on the scenario for the new pro- duction ...