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351. 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 ...

352. Variety September 1924

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353. Variety January 1919

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... . Art Accord, - broncho buster, la6t seen on tbe camera in theTbeda Bara production of "Cleo- patra." returned last week (rom France: Ac- cord enlisted from the Callfomlan studios with the artillery. Jack Cunningham is writing tbe continuity for "Flatonlo Love," tbe comedy-drama by Capt Leslie T. Peacocke. which will be Klt ...

354. Variety March 1915

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355. 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 ...

356. 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 ...

357. 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 ...