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1. Variety May 1917

... >e legion, otherwise tke producing firms would not continue to turn out pictures of this calibre. The tale was written by Clarence J. Harris, formerly a pastor. The direction wss In the bands of Joseph Levering ...

2. Variety August 1916

... . It is a picture that will get a lot of money for the producer and the exhibitor. "Daredevil Kate" is filmed from a story by Philip Uarthelomae adapted for tho screen by Clarence J. Harris and directed by Keenan Duel ...

3. Variety July 1916

... . In looks June Caprice is a cross be- tween Miss Plckford and Violet Mersereau on the screen, but In action she favors Plck- ford a lot. The vehicle for her debut was written by Clarence J. Harris and directed by John O. Adolfl ...

4. Variety May 1915

... . The board is to have offices at Harrisburg and where else needed, provisions be- ing made for projecting and inspecting rooms in Philadelphia. NATIONAL NO-DRINK FILM. The national Unitarian Temperance Society which yearly selects a picture which it exploits all over the world in its crusade against drink has selected "The Spender," a two-reel drama, written by the Rev. Clarence J ...

5. Variety September 1915

... . Kane has booked the feature through some of the Jake Wells houses. "Sunshine and Tempest" is a new three-part Rlalto feature which will be released by the Mutual Oct. 0. The scenario was written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the film featuring Florence Tempest and Marlon Sunshine ...

6. Variety June 1915

... , has one released June 2, writ- ten by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, Kslem also baa one, a two-reeler, by Hamilton Smith which la marked for release, June 23. Charles Aldrlch is the latest to sign up a picture contract and he is to make a feature for the newly formed Roberts-Klngsley Com- pany. Aldrlch will very likely revive for the films the old piece, "Secret Service 8am," which he appeared in under A ...

7. Variety May 1915

... . "Stepping Westward." by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, is to be released June 7. Garry McGarry, of the Vita's staff, was In- jured In a fall from a horse while working In the "Heart's Ablaze" product this week. McGarry was galloping on the Brokaw estate at Great Neck. L I ...

8. Variety May 1915

... the Picture Play- house Co., with A. G. Buck placed in charge of the St LouIb branch. Pratt was formerly with the New York office of the same firm. The two children of the Rev. Clarence J. Harris were signed this week to appear ln pictures for the United Film Service. Harris has been writing a number of scenarios with temperance subjects that have recently been produced by this company. . The ...