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1. Reel Life Sep 1913 - Mar 1914

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... . The scenario was prepared by Clarence J. Harris. Mr. Tom Ricketts, one of the ablest pro- ducers, deserves credit for his masterful hand- ling of the subject. The subject is scheduled for release dn two parts on Nov. 17th, 1913 ...

2. Reel Life Sep 1913 - Mar 1914

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... . And he is not just an ordinary playwright, either, but a writer of scenarios for motion picture production. Oklahoma City's first writer of motion picture dramas is the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, pastor of the' First Unitarian church and Browning lecturer before the various women's clubs of Okla- homa City ...

3. Reel Life Sep 1913 - Mar 1914

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... . Box 5. Rev. Mr. Harris Explains Rev. Clarence J. Harris of Oklahama City, Oklahoma, about whom an article appeared in the Reel Life of December 13. relative to his Photo Play writing, says in a communication to the editor ...

4. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . AN APPRECIATIVE LETTER Clarence J. Harris, Oklahoma City, Okla., wrote the scenario of "The Trail of the Lost Chord," a recent two-reel production of the American Film Manu- facturing Company, which met with uni- versal approval and is still drawing full houses ...

5. Motography Jan-Jun 1914

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... . Letter of Appreciation Clarence J. Harris, Oklahoma City, Okla., wrote the scenario of "The Trail of the Lost Chord," a recent two-reel "Flying A" subject, which met with universal approval and is still drawing full houses ...

6. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1914

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... . Human interest and thrilling situations abound and the subject will undoubtedly be well received. Lorimer John- ston is the producer and Clarence J. Harris the author of the scenario. "MADAM SATAN" (Film Releases of America ...

7. The Photoplay Author Jul 1914 - Jun 1915

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... . Sargent in his department in the Moving Picture World calls the atten- tion of photoplaywrights to the following two openings: "Clarence J. Harris, now editor of the Gaumont Company, writes that he is strong for the open market for scripts and wants to see the work of people who really can write ...

8. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD 565 A Human Document. Often the experiences of the outside writer are more Important than the writings of the veteran and we believe that the average reader will derive both profit and comfort from this letter from the Rev. Clarence J ...

9. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... . A special musical program was given at the Empress theater in Oklahoma City. Okla., when the American "The End of a Perfect Day" was shown. The story was written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris of Oklahoma City, who entertained a small party of friends. The song ...

10. Motography Jan-Jun 1915

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... . The operations of the Sunday School from the opening hymn to the closing prayer are shown in the picture. Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the Unitarian minister, has just left the pulpit to become scenario editor for the United Film Service. ROLL OF STATES. VERMONT ...