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1. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1918

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... . What with conferences on the new play, acting ten hours a day, Red Cross work, and cheering the boys at the canton- ments, Doris is a busy girl. ...

2. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919

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... . Later in the day an auto called to take me. There was a birdlike whistle, as we s t o pped 1 abruptly, at the mouth of a weed-choked lane, and round a bend in the road appeared a young girl. With her brown hair bobbing in tangled curls over her shoulders, she looked almost as youthful as the blue-pinafored child who skipped along at her side carry- ing "Aunt Doris' " shade hat ...

3. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1928 - Feb 1929

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... 48 The World is Upside But then you can't expect these stars to be Marceline Day, left, looks as though she might be go- through the paces at Atlanta or Ossining. Nancy Carroll, below, indulges in some pretty difficult exercises in order to work off her surplus enthusiasm ...

4. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1928 - Feb 1929

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... 95 Freckle L ore Proving that popularity is not always based on "a skin you love to touch." Junior Coghlan, left, doesn't give a hang whether he has freckles or not. Mary Ann Jackson, right, is already fear- ful of the day when freckles and wrinkles may mar her screen beauty ...

5. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919

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... 186 When Doris Does It I have to change my dress—for the umpsteenth time to-day, and it's such a nuisance. You see, I'm playing- a dou- ble part all through the story. The picture is about twin sisters who get separated when they are babies, and meet later on when they are grown up ...

6. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1928

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... . Marceline Day, upper right, can only manage to main- tain her equilibrium on one skate, but there, there, little girl, it won't be long before you can manage both. Marie Prevost, left, finds a spin on her rubber-tired skates almost as stimulating as ice skating in Canada in her childhood ...

7. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919

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... Are You Superstitious? Do you avoid the cracks in the sidewalk? Do you stop to pick up every pin you see for fear that, if you "let it lay, bad luck you will have all day?" Some insist that it is illogi- HH cal to be supersti- tious, but some of the greatest minds in his- tory have not been proof against it ...

8. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1923 - Feb 1924

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... Photo by Nickolaa Muray Count that day lost whose flickering arc lights see not at least a motion-picture and a stage engagement in store for Doris Kenyon. HAVE you heard the latest about Romeo and Juliet ...

9. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1925

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... . I went up to the studio the other day and found Doris with her hair all frizzy and wearing a red decollete dress with a decided cabaret influence. She was being threatened by Hobart Bosworth and pulled fiercely around by another man ...

10. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1919 - Feb 1920

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... ." The parallel is significant. Charles Ray to-day is probably the most popu- lar actor on the screen. What of the Barthel- mess of to-morrow ? His work as Cheng Huan was as much a revelation as Ray's in "The Coward ...