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... . Joe Galbraith, a former leading man of the Relasco, was signed for the Se- attle house, opening there in about a month. Capt. Peacocke has writ ten a play called An American Bride, which has been accepted by A. H ...

2. Moving Picture News Jan-Jun 1912

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... ., 104 Prospect street, Cleveland. CAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, whose likeness appears above, is a well-known writer. His short stories are very much in demand. The Captain is a pioneer scenario writer, his specialty being comedies, and we understand him to be one of the highest paid men in the scenario field. Mr ...

3. The Implet 20 Jan - 8 Jun 1912

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... .) Written by Capt. Leslie Peacocke. Produced by E. J. Le Saint. Boyd Stanhope Gordon Sackville Lillian Stanhope.. .Margarita Fischer Fred Langdon Harry Pollard Mrs. Langdon Louise Crolius Sergeant Dillon Edward Lyons ...

4. Motography Jul-Dec 1913

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... . J. Hud- son, J. A. McKinney, G. U. Stevenson, S. B. Johnson, J. F. Low, S. F. Clark, Jack Burn, Hopp Hadley, Calder Johnstone, Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, V. R. Day, W. P. Milligan, Joe Farnham, Chas. Fuller, Archibald Cutey McArthur, M. L. Livingston, R. C. McElravy, H. C. Judson, H. A. D'Arcy, John F. Chalmers, W. S. Rush, F. L ...

5. Motography Jul-Dec 1913

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... . Besides being an actor of recognized ability, Mr. Guell is extremely good- looking. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke of the New York scenario depart- ment of the Universal Company has invaded the realm of comic opera as a librettist and his first effort along these lines is a new vehicle for Annette Kellermann ...

6. Motography Jul-Dec 1913

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... . The scenario was written, by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, and is an adaptation of his powerful short story "The Victorious Sur- render." which appeared last fall in "The Smart Set" Magazine. W \viia> I Ive partner with ...

7. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... i6 THE MOVING PICTURE NEWS For Those Who Worry O'er Plots and Plays Credit on Posters CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE, that Nestor of script writers in a recent interview advocated credit- ing the name of the ...

8. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Monte Katterjohn, who once conducted a "school" and a monthly magazine for pictureplaywrights, has returned to his "first love," namely, script-writing. Captain Peacocke, veteran script writer, now on the Universal editorial staff, is a veritable soldier of fortune ...

9. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . We think like Captain Peacocke that credit on poster and screen will come sooner or later. In order to be impartial why not use the names of both the author and the director? He Says It Is "Rot" Here is a hot one from a director of moving picture plays ...

10. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . This is an important ruling, and will result in Universal getting first readings on some classy scripts. We shall have further comment to make regarding this action next week. In the meantime, on behalf of aspiring picture playwrights, we hasten to congratulate Universal and its script staff, particularly Captain Leslie Peacocke, for helping along a creditable move ...

11. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . The scenario was written by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, and is an adaptation of his powerful short story "The Vic- torious Surrender," which appeared last fall in "The Smart Set" Magazine. Nell Shipman is completing plans whereby she will fit a number of the leading stars of the profession with the scenarios particularly suited to their various personalities. :}c * ^ * Fred J ...

12. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Peacocke, of the LIniversal Script Department, writes ; "I know you will be glad to hear that the Universal Co. has decided to give the authors credit on posters and advertising matter, and those authors who write original stories will welcome such publicity, but those who have been in the habit of stealing ...

13. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... THE MOVING PICTURE NEWS '7 editors and authors and give Captain Peacocke a cordial greet- ing when the show is "tried out on the dog." And now cometh Miss F. Marion Brandon who draws a deserved write-up in the moving picture syndicate lore ...

14. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Use sirnple envi- ronment. Do not call for expensive or impossible loca- tions in your scripts. Your action will read better devoid of impossible details. A Line from the Captain Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, of the Universal script staff, is busily engaged right now in putting on the finish- ing touches to the comic opera plot he has written for Annette Kellerman, but nevertheless he finds time ...

15. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... THE MOVING PICTURE NEWS 17 son, Hoadley and Peacocke make a trustworthy team and one in sympathy with the writer. The Marchioness Townshend is writing scripts for the Clarendon Company of England. Lady Troubridge is also writing them ...

16. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... , * * * * Julian Hawthorne, released recently, is devoting himself to writing about prison improvements. So long as he re- frains from writing pictureplays, we shall enter no objec- tion. * * * * Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, well-known pictureplay- wright, is in the swim ...

17. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... ." The Hall of Fame Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, editor and author, wrote his libretto for Annette Kellerman with pen and ink. Benjamin Schulberg is being given the credit with writing near the ideal pictureplay in Gem's "Under Two Flags ...

18. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Peacocke, one of the most prolific of script writers, kindly gives our readers a few suggestions under the above caption. Needless to remark that there is no script writer in the business to-day better qualified than Captain Peacocke to discourse on the subject of the multiple reel ...

19. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . She depicts the brave suffering, the no- bility and the loyalty of the wife without exaggeration. Mrs. Langtry is supported by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, Sidney Mason, Irma La Pere, and the child actress, Mimi Yvonne. Frank E ...

20. New York Clipper September 1913

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... his pictures ranks him as one of the fore- most producers In the motion picture field. ———e- CAPT. FEACOCKE WRITES AMPHIBI- OUS OPERA. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, of the New York scenario department of the Universal Film Manufacturing Company, not content with his record as the most prolific writer of motion picture sceeaarios in the world, has sought other fields of conquest. He has Invaded the realm ...

21. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Maibelle Heikes Justice stopped writing two-reel features just long enough to dash off a vaudeville one- act sketch for Robert Drouet, who was waiting for it. and there are more coming. Then Captain Peacocke is going to do it again ...

22. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Captain Peacocke and "Pop" Hoadley, both of the Universal staff, are collaborating on some comedies and dramas. Bet they are away above the average. Harold McGrath, noted novelist, threatens to write photoplays for Selig ...

23. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Johnstone has brought the Uni- versal script department to an envi- able standard, and, together with his assistants, C. B. Hoadley and Captain L. T. Peacocke, has accomplished much for the struggling writers. Mr. Johnstone's advice to writers is to leave "correspondence schools" alone ...

24. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Herbert Brenon, Imp director, will take a company to Florida to produce a feature star- ring Annette Kellerman. Billy Shay plays the male lead and C apt. Peacocke impersonates a fish. M. E. Hoffman, publicity man for the World Special Films Corporation, was instrumental in landing a story, "The Influence of the Modern Motion Picture Drama on the Styles," in the current issue of a fashion magazine ...

25. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1914-Jan 1915

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... . "Genesis of Motion Pictures," by Richard J. Hoffner. "A Visit to the Essanay Studio," by "A Rank Outsider;' "The Scenario Writer," by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. "A Week with Lottie Briscoe," by "M. B. H." "How I Became a Photoplayer," by Various Players. "Filming O ...

26. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1914-Jan 1915

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... . Peacocke 102 A Visit to the Essanay Studio "M. V. 0." 103 If Joseph F. Poland 106 A Day with Norma Talmadge 107 A New Medium of Artistic Expression Henry Albert Phillips in Brief Biographies 112 How I Became a Photoplayer 115 What Improvement is Needed ...

27. Motion Picture News Jan - Mar 1914

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... , deal.ng with the police department. Much chasing and running around as usual. "The Power of Prayer." (Victor. Two reels. Mar. 20.)—Undoubtedly the poorest picture Capt. Leslie Peacocke has written. The production seems impossible in many places and does not ring true to life ...

28. Motion Picture News Apr - Jun 1914

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... . Katterjohn, editor of the Eastern scenario department of the Universal, has collaborated with Captain Leslie T. Peacocke on a series of stories which will feature Ethel Grandin. The series is to be known as "The Love Adventures of Doris Mason" the first of which is now being produced by Ray Smallwood and will be released under the title of "The Dawn of Romance ...

29. Motion Picture News Apr - Jun 1914

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... . Peacocke was especially constructed so as to feature Miss Kellerman. NEW KALEM STUDIO The Kalem Company has just opened its new $25,000 studio at Jacksonville, Fla. The opening was celebrated with a banquet and a dance, at which Presi- dent and Mrs ...

30. Motion Picture News Apr - Jun 1914

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... . Not that others did not contribute to its worth. Credit is certainly due Captain Leslie T. Peacocke for the scenario. Annette Kellcrmann and those supporting her for the acting, and Andre Barletier for the photography, but the principal praise belongs and must Vie ascribed to Herbert Brenon as director. ^Ir ...

31. Motography Jan-Jun 1914

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... featured role, will be shown at the Globe Theater, New York City, commencing Saturday, April 25. The picture was produced from a scenario prepared by Cap- tain Leslie T. Peacocke and since a number (if the Universal favorites are cast in the leading roles and Mr ...

32. Motography Jan-Jun 1914

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... . Captain Leslie Peacocke is the author of the scenario. ...

33. Motography Jul-Dec 1914

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... . "The Pit." and for "As Ye Sow," in which Alice Brady will star. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke has been too busy to inform his friends that he had joined the staff of the World Film Corporation, and had been at work for weeks before they learned of his change of position ...

34. Motography Jul-Dec 1914

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... . The hook, which is ncalh hound in olive green, hears on its title page an appreciation, in which the author expresses his thanks to such writers as ( aplain Leslie T. Peacocke, William Lord Wright, Ben P ...

35. 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 ...

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... ; but Captain Peacocke came to the rescue. The latter was writing "feature" scenarios for the Uni- versal and his record of 337 produced and released productions sufficed to influence Carl Laemmle. Con- tracts v;ere signed and Herbert Brenon was selected to produce and direct a nevAy prepared version of the fantasia now called "Neptune's Daughter ...

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... . Peacocke is already at work on other fantasia for the screen and is also preparing "Neptune's Daughter" for the stage. Miss Kellermann has publicly stated that she is averse to resuming her vaudeville career, a rather modest expression, in view of the known fact that a half dozen at least of the stage producers are ...

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... . Such photoplaywrights as Bannister Merwin, Mark Swan, Monte Kattejohn, V\/illiam Tremayne, Captain Peacocke, Ashley Miller, Richard Washburn Child, and many others, are just commencing to embrace the mul- tiple-reel proposition, and in every studio aside from the staff v ...

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... . Terwilliger (the lat- ter is also a director). Bannister Merwin, Captain Leslie Peacocke, Mark Swan, Charles M. Seay, Emmett Campbell Hall, Larry Trimble, George F. Hennessy, E. Boudinot Stock- ton, W. A. Tremayne, Lawrence S ...

40. Variety June 1914

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... . Willie Hoppe Feature Picture. Willie Hoppe, the billiard champion, has been taken in tow by the Univer- sal, and is to be featured in a movie "special." A scenario is to be writ- ten by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. CORRESPONDENCE Uelm Otbwwif —ted, At report! are for the cnrreat wetk. ''•"" fwv!;S?""« CHICAGO TABIETT'S CHICAGO OFFICKt MAJESTIC THEATRE BUILDINO Chicago, June 24. Charles Beehler, formerly ...

41. The Photoplay Author Jul 1914 - Jun 1915

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... ; dialect and risque stories are not used at all. Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 2826 Decatur Avenue, Bedford Park, New York, issues this statement through Arthur Leeds, Scenario Editor: "An article by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, appearing in the April issue of Photoplay Magazine, stated that this company was one of several which would send to writers, on application, a 'sample scenario form ...

42. 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 ...

43. 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 ...

44. 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 ...

45. 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 ...

46. 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 ...

47. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... . The theme as a whole is not a very elevating one. THE DERELICT AND THE M.\X (Victor), September 4.—A two- reel sea story written by Leslie T. Peacocke, with Walter Miller and Irene Wallace in the leads. Walter Miller doubles ...

48. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... . Edna 440 Peace With Honor 546 Peacocke. Capt- Leslie T 238 Peerless Feature Company 1652 Pennsylvania Head Censor Talks 39 Periolat. George 39 "Perils of Pauline, The" (Eclectic), 71. 1347, 1621 "'Phantom Violin. The" (Universal ...

49. New York Clipper July 1914

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... '.'Hearts o' the Hills," by Hal Reld, will be produced; "The Heart of the Night Wind" Is from the book by V'ungle I. H. Roe, and. was adapted to picture form by Capt, Leslie T. Peacocke, or the Universal scenario depart- ment In three reels, tbe play allows Miss Fuller a splendid part, combining vigor, emo- tion and some highly spectacular feats Miss Fuller, Mr. Edwin and Mr ...

50. Variety July 1914

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... . It was understood Monday a movie concern had gotten Christopher Mat- thewson, the master pitcher of the New York Giants, under a year's contract as a photoplay star. He's to be seen in a feature to be written by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

51. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1914

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... . The husband is killed later by the father of a girl he had ruined. "The Polo Champions." (Joker. Sat., July 25.)—Written by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke of the Universal scenario staff. One of the very best burlesques yet seen ...

52. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1914

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... . "The Heart of the Night Wind," in three reels, is from the book by Vingie L E. Roe and was adapted to picture form by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, of the Universal scenario department. BRADY NOVELS FOR VITA- GRAPH The Vitagraph Company has some big things in preparation ...

53. 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 ...

54. 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 ...

55. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1914

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... .' " An- other letter states that "Our list of Associate Editors, in addition to Mr. William Lord Wright, &c." Capt. Peacocke, Monte Katterjohn. Jack Byrne and others being named here and elsewhere. In the booklet, to which reference was recently made in this de- partment, a page and a third has been devoted to Mr ...

56. 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 ...

57. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1914

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... ) 346 Patrick O'Malley in Edison Stock 16SS Peacocke, Captain Leslie T 648 Pearce & Scheck Enterprise, A 149S Pearce Urges Amalgamation 626 Pennsylvania League Ball Successful 1821 "Perfect Thirty-Six, The" (Pathe ...

58. Variety October 1914

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... . Clifton Crawford will be in the com- pany. Roy Atwell turned his part back as unsuitable to him, and Alice Hegeman also left for a "not the type" reason. Peacocke's Beauty Scenario. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, who wrote the scenario of "Neptune's Daughter," is engaged on a new seven-part fea- ture for the World Film Corporation, which now controls his services ...

59. Motion Picture News Oct 1914-Jan 1915

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... ." Clara Kimball Young is just finish- ing the work on "Lola." Captain Leslie Peacocke is writing the scenario of "The Butterfly.'' "LENA RIVERS" (Cosmos—Five Reels) EEVIEWFD BY CLIFFORD H. PANGBURN iil ENA RIVERS'' is a play which has a rather unusual ••—' history ...

60. Variety November 1914

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... . The Tlolboa Is sending out a second pamphlet of instruction In Its campaign of instruction to scenario writers. Notes of approval have been received from David W. Griffith, Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke and a host of other leaders in the cinema art ...

61. Variety December 1914

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... ." and will produce the same as a five- reel feature at the Peerless studios. "The Renegade" is being adapted for film purposes by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke. The picture version will be in four parts. One of the big scenes is to be the massacre of a troup of cavalry by Indians. Frederic L ...

62. Motography Jan-Jun 1915

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... . At this point the exciting story ends, to be continued in another episode. feature written and directed by Lois Weber; if not, you should see the picture, as it is a treat not to be passed over lightly. Pictures such as this are the kind exhibitors and "The Power Behind the Animated" By Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

63. Motography Jan-Jun 1915

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... . Lillian Peacocke of the "Joker" company, driving her car, is still nursing a dislocated shoulder. Ella Hall, "Master Key" heroine, escaped without a scratch, while her mother suffered only cuts and bruises ...

64. Motography Jan-Jun 1915

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... . No chil- dren will be admitted. Successor to "Neptune's Daughter" Contracts have been executed between a syndicate of motion picture producers and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, author of "Neptune's Daughter," under the terms of which "The Mermaid" will be released in seven reels as a special feature for September book- ings ...

65. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1915

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... . Miss Peacocke is sufifering from a badly dislocated shoulder and will be unable to work for sev- eral weeks. The party was rushed to the Children's hospital and later to the institution in Universal City, where they were cared for over-night and the next day ...

66. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1915

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... . We know some alleged teachers who can't. Yes. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke is not a comedy writer, but a recent letter to Newark Town Talk, in which he passionately urges Herman E. L, Byer to support Bill Wright in his fight against the schools, is supremely funny, in view of the tact that he is a "consulting editor" of the A. W ...

67. Motion Picture News Oct 1915

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... .” The picture rights in this story were recently purchased by the California concern from Mrs. Williamson, and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke has written an elaborate scenario from it. The part of Juliette De Nevers offers a new type of role to Beatriz Michelena ...

68. Variety January 1915

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... lines demanded by the pub- lic PISKE PIECE IN FILMS. "Salvation Nell," in which Mrs. Fiske starred some years ago, is to be produced in pictures shortly by the World Film Corporation from a scenario adapted by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke ...

69. Variety February 1915

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... . SCENARIO WRITERS LAND. All of the scenario men, with proba- bly one exception, who had their heads lopped off some weeks ago by-a sweep- ing edict of the Universal had no trou- ble in making new connections. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, one of the U' most prolific writers, is now at- tached to the Peerless scenario staff, while Jacques Byrne left Feb ...

70. Variety March 1915

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71. Picture-Play Weekly Apr-Oct 1915

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... the forces of the American Film Manufacturing Company at Santa Barbara, California, Captain Leslie T. Peacocke is busy turning out big multiple-reel novel and play adaptations for the World Film Corporation, but is finding time to do a number of large-size original scripts on the side ...

72. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . It has over 240 pages—from cover to cover a masterpiece in suggestion, expert advice, authentic explanations, niles and example. It contains three model plays in the correct technical form. Endorsed by Sargent, Hall, Leeds, Peacocke, Mct'losky, Plimpton, etc ...

73. 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 ...

74. 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 ...

75. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... . Peacocke as film dramatists, and Edfrid A. Bingham, formerly dramatic critic of the New York "Evening Mail" and later managing editor of the Paris edition of the New York "Herald," as chief reader. A suite has been set aside for the scenario department at the Rolfe studios, 3 West Sixty-first street, one of the manufacturing companies contribut- ing extraordinary feature pictures to the Metro program ...

76. 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 ...

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

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... . Then there was the song that set forth "I just can't make my eyes behave." When a World man called on Miss Held at the Plaza this week he found the star in consultation with Captain Leslie Peacocke, who is preparing the script for the production in which she will be seen ...

78. Variety November 1915

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... 28 VARIETY ►: Most beautiful and versatile artist appearing in motion pictures soon to be presented AS KATE WILSON THE UNWRITTEN LAW" jn adapted I mm "^ the sensational drama EDWIN MII.TON ROYLE Author oi "The Squaw Man" and prepared in scenario 1 CAPTAIN LESL1 PEACOCKE California Motion Picture Corporation announces this feature as the second of a new scries of ...

79. Variety December 1915

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... . Beyfuss was talking to a Variety representative about the new picture about to be released, "The Unwritten Law," in which Beatriz Michelena is featured. "The Unwritten Law" is by Edwin Milton Royle, author of "The Squaw Man," and prepared in scenario by Captain Leslie Peacocke ...

80. Moving Picture World 4 Dec 1915 - 25 Dec 1915

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... . The young and spirited animal is a "peach," and it is so proud and spirited that he has named it Peacocke. The genial head of the Coast Universal studios is a boy when it comes to a good horse, and he delights in riding the animal while inspecting the hilly portion of the great plant here ...

81. Motography Jan-Mar 1916

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... . It was written by Edwin Milton Royle, author of "The Squaw Man." and pre- pared in scenario by Captain Leslie Peacocke. It is the unharried, untiined work of a perfect organization, and n! a popular and proven player in the best part and the biggest opportunity ever offered her. Mr ...

82. Motography Jan-Mar 1916

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... . Captain Leslie Peacocke wrote the scenario, endeavoring to give Miss Glaser an opportunity to do the sort of work for which she has grown famous on the musical comedy stage. That the plan was effective no one can doubt who sees the picture ...

83. Motography Jan-Mar 1916

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... . The actors who interpret them are always convincing. The scenario is by Captain Leslie Peacocke and is based on the story by Edwin Milton Royle. The long period of time passed over, so there is no real break in the thread of the story ...

84. Motography Jan-Mar 1916

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... ." The Gaumont scenario departmeiu arranges its work so that it is one month ahead of the demands of directors. Among the scripts recently purchased is a mystery story by Leslie T. Peacocke and "The Wonderful Desire" by John B. Clymer ...

85. Motography Jan-Mar 1916

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... .would give their competitors a chance. They retired from racing and lived happily ever after and the competitors were happy also." Beyfuss Signs Capt. Peacocke Alex E. Beyfuss, vice-president and general man- ager of the California Motion Picture Corporation, has signed Captain Leslie T ...

86. Motography Apr-Jun 1916

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... . The pictures will be projected from a fire-proof booth of the latest type. A POEM FROM PEACOCKE. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, au- thor of "Neptune's Daughter" and a number of other feature films and who is now scenario editor with the California Motion Picture Cor- poration, sends some verse to Motography and ...

87. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... offered by the open market. The number of requests for quota- tions on "The Woman Who Dared" has prompted their decision to begin an immediate assignment of ter- ritories for that feature. The California Company also announces another Michelena production entitled "The Passion Flower," written by Captain Leslie Peacocke, which is nearing completion, and will be released for a November date ...

88. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... : "Makeup for Peacocke." Ed Brady of Universal got it and spent all day hunting around for feathers. Finally he learned that Peacocke is a new U. director. HE WANTS A OH I We hat. - exhibitor placed a fountain containing real fish in his ably liad suckers there before. ...

89. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... . The scenario is from the pen of Captain Leslie T Peacocke. The adaptation, according to the producers. religiously follows Goethe's original and Gounod's operatic versions. The star of the production is Beatriz Michelena ...

90. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... : day and night service. A five-reel feature photoplay starring Ruth Stone- house has been commenced at Universal City by Director Raymond Wells. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke has under production at Universal City "The Vegetarian" in one reel, with Eileen Sedgwick. Eugene Walsh. Al McKinnon ...

91. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... . the daughter of Anna Held, has joined the Universal and is working under the di: Captain Leslie Peacocke. Harry Carey. For a time with the Fox Grace Cunard and Francis Ford filmed graphing Mary Pickford and has now re- most of the scenes for the seventh epi- turned once again to the Lasky fold, sode of My ...

92. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... . We have a good deal ready to spend in prosecutions to protect our invest- ment and our customers. This statement is not a threat—it is a sincere promise. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke is producing at Universal City a two-reel comedy, "Baby Doll's Christmas ...

93. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... ; the New Strand. Bridgeport. Conn.: the Dyckman, Xew York, and the Sunset. Bn^oklvn. Captain Leslie M. Peacocke has joined the scenario department of Balboa studio. His first assignment is the adaptation of an Fnglish story to star ' S under?. ...

94. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE NICKELODEON Vol. XVI CHICAGO, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916 No. 13 Grave Faults in Pictures BY CAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE (Editorial Note: Exhibitors, as 'well as patrons, often express a keen desire for the improvement of screen make-up, particularly for the elimina- tion of the over-accentuation of features which is prevalent even in ...

95. 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 ...

96. 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 ...

97. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... . Miscellaneous Specials. THE UNWRITTEN LAW (ralitornia). January.—A five-part adapta- tion by Leslie Peacocke of Edward Milton Royle's play. It makes a good story, at times developing marked strength and is well staged ...

98. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... ." the script of which was written by Captain Leslie Peacocke and which featured in the leading role Beatriz Michelena. the successful player who has been at the head of the cast in every picture produced by the California in its two years of existence ...

99. 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 ! ...

100. 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 ...