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321. 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 ...

322. 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 ...

323. 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 ...

324. 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 ...

325. 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 ...

326. 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 ...

327. 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 ...

328. 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 ...

329. 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 ...

330. 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 ...