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341. Moving Picture World 6 Jan 1917 - 27 Jan 1917

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... . Leslie T. Peacocke. Fred Brandon and Eileen Northcote are the two heirs of a million-dollar fortune, on the condition that they are united in marriage within twenty-four hours. Both arc indignant over the will ...

342. Motion Picture News Jan-Mar 1917

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... . Later on at a party they meet and fall in love and that's the comedy of it. Captain Peacocke did this one and his turned out a fine lot of laughs. Eileen Sedgwick, Fred Church and Charles Per- ley are the leads ...

343. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . On the same reel is an educational, title not yet announced. The Tale of Turk— (One Reel) — Joker—De- cember 20.—With Wm. Franey, Gale Henry, Lil- lian Peacocke, Milburn Moranti and Jack Conally. The story of a henpecked husband who goes to buy a turkey for the Christmas dinner, how he attends a raffle in a saloon, spends all his money for chances only to have it won by his neighbor ...

344. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . That night at dinner she has a vision of Harry sitting at the table with her. Out for the Dough— Joker — February 10.— With John Cook and Lillian Peacocke. Cartot- tle tells his daughter, Lillian, she must be nice to the new minister who is going to visit them ...

345. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... comedy written and pro- duced by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke for the Universal. He deals with delicate situations that are just decently risque enouarh to add sus- pense and spice to the reel. Alida Ilayman is the lead. Quite worthy to be branded a Nestor. "The Good Woman." (Bison. Two reels. Sat., Dec. 9.)—Another of William V. Mong's productions in which he casts himself as a West- ern bad man, who ...

346. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... . Two reels of continuous action which will be pleasing to most audiences and a knockout to the lovers of this kind of drama. Poison, forgery, convict garb, gunplay and bloodhounds help the plot. " It's Great to Be Married." (Nestor. Fri., Dec. 22.)—Written by Capt. Leslie Peacocke, the plot permits the showing of a mature blonde in childish garb trotting about a Christmas tree, wheel her widowed ...

347. Motion Picture News May-Jul 1916

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... . Peacocke and Lucius Henderson, respectively, furnished the scenario and direction. Mary Fuller, Tony Merlo, Joseph Girard, B. A. Busby and William Welsh are the principals. "A Busted Honeymoon." (L-Ko. Wed., May 24.)—Ray Griffith does the drunk very well in this and gets himself into a number of ticklish situations ...

348. 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 ...

349. 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 ...

350. 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 ...