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11. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1917

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... . Joseph Levering direct- ed the production, the story oi which was .written by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris. Plays Wanted for Pollard Star Pollard Picture Plays, through J. E. Hun- gerford, scenario editor, announced that it is in the market now and at all times for plays for Marguerita Fischer ...

12. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Erb, president of Erbograph. Work has already been started by this new com- pany on a play written especially for Miss Swayne by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the prominent scenario writer. In this story Miss Swayne, long one of the most popular screen stars, is given an opportunity to enact the sort of characterization which has made her such an admired player ...

13. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... . Miss Madge Evans, a bright World twinklet. From Pulpit to Pictures Clarence J. Harris used to worry over Proverbs. Now he worries over plots for new 'scripts to be screened by William Fox directors, for Mr ...

14. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... the spectator glow with enthusiasm or the "pure love of living." The story is by Clarence J. Harris and John G. Adolfi directed its picturization. Mr. Adolfi injected many pretty touches and they serve to show that the play as well as the players had possibilities hut there was no concerted or persevering effort to bring them into actual being ...

15. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... the quality of her work that she is worthy of the enviable name she has won, appears in the next release of Knick- erbocker Star Features, a three-part drama, "The Cup of Chance," written expressly for her by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, a story wrongdoing, the girl so raised that the wrong looked right to her ...

16. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... . "The House With Nobody in It" was prepared for the screen by the Rev. Dr. Clarence J. Harris, Gaumont editor, and was produced under the direction of Richard Garrick, Gaumont director. The story of the photodrama centers about an exclusive home maintained by an aged woman, of whom her beautiful young daughter is her sole companion ...

17. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... . in this play, full of the clouds and smiles of Tennessee skies written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, will be featured "Sunshine and Tempest," the two dearly loved little actresses who since they were children to- gether in the sunny Southland, have been associated together on the stage ...

18. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... ." Miss Brady is supported by George W. Howard. Flavia Arcaro and T. Morse Koupal assume the heavy roles with Jim Levering in character part. The drama is written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the editor for Knickerbocker Star Features expressly for Miss Brady, a drama which is unique in style and alive with the technical punch ...

19. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... ). which is sensational in nature. The Rev. Clarence J. Harris is the author, and he has put into it his best work. Joseph Levering produced the play. "Capital Punishment" holds because of the constant appear- ance of the unexpected, and shows how tables can be turned and people meet their own ideas and understand their signifi- cance ...

20. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . "The House with Nobody in It" was prepared for the screen by the Rev. Dr. Clarence J. Harris, famous Gaumont editor, and was produced under the direction of Richard Garrick, Gaumont director. Tin- story of the photodrama centers about an exclusive home maintained by an aged woman, of whom her beautiful young daughter is her sole companion ...