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1. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1918
... . 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
3. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1928 - Feb 1929
4. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1928 - Feb 1929
5. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919
6. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1928
7. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919
8. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1923 - Feb 1924
... 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
... . 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
... ." 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 ...