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1. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1916 - Feb 1917

... . Captain Leslie Peacocke, ver- satile scenario writer, is the author of the working script from which the pic- ture was made. Hard on the heels of the announce- ment that Selznick Pictures have taken over the former Biograph studios in New York City ...

2. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1917

... . He was born in Boomville. Indiana, twenty-five years ago, and The Balboa scenario staff. From left to right, back row: Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, Mrs. L. V. Waters, Dan F. Whiteomb. Front row: Lela Leibrand, Frances Guihan, Will M ...

3. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1917

... . At their head is Will M. Ritchey, who is their editor in chief. The others are Dan F. Whitcomb, Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, who is the author of more than five hundred photo dramas; Doug- las Bronston, Luther A ...

4. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919

... , "Petticoats and Politics," which are be- ing distributed by the W. W. Hodkin- son Corporation, which also marketed the Paralta subjects. Her second Plaza offering will be entitled "Whatever the Cost," and is from the pen of Captain Leslie Peacocke, scenario writer of Anita King is to star in the new Plaza productions. note ...

5. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919

... . Ruth Stonehouse has left the screen for the time being, and is now appearing in vaude- ville. Address Lillian Peacocke, Ruth Stone- house, and Jackie Saunders in care of Willis & Inglis, Wright and Callender Building, Los An- geles, California ...