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1. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... 890 THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD February 12, 1916 / ^ nr z; Deatqiz MiaiCLENA IN ^0 / J_UJ ^ UNWRITTEN Law" i _ ^y EDWIN MILTON ROYLE SCENARIO [3Y ^ CAPT. LESUE PEACOCKE ! ...

2. The Film Daily Jul-Dec 1919

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... i! I Han "You QuesiLon the Jud^meni: of This Great Broacl\A/ay Theatre?^ HICH€L€NA Ar\d Her Own Company ^ll[APTr Photoplay by Capt Leslie T Peacocke and Earle Snell Directed by QeoigeE.Middleton ...

3. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1916

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... 802 MOTION PICTURE NEWS Vol ■ DEATDIZ rilCLICLENA P j / IN j i 7/p Unwdittcn '! Ity EDWIN MILTON ROYLE j < SCENARIO BY ! - ' CAPT. LESLIE PEACOCKE j Be sure to mention "MOTION PICTURE NEWS" when writing; to advertisers. ...

4. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... Cure McDermott A Five-Foot Ruler De Haven Bred in the Purple Baldwin Lady Geraldine Comes Back Baldwin The Mansard Mystery Paton Typewriter Trouble Beaudine A Maid of Sicily Gerrard Her Man Friday De Haven Leave It To Brother De Haven Winning a Mother Peacocke Beautiful Bertie Peacocke The Thief Maker Cochrane The Fence Cochrane Giant Powder McRae The Rival Drillers McRae Adventure of the Lost ...

5. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1916

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... List of Authors CLEVES KINKEAO JENNETTE LEE CAROLINE LOCKHART MARK LEE LUTHER CHARLES MAJOR MARGARET MAYO SAMUEL MERWIN MARTHA MORTON WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE EDWARD PAULTON W. F. PAYSON LESLIE T. PEACOCKE LOUIS PENDLETON E. C. RANCK C. A ...

6. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... 162 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPLAY WRITING By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

7. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... 174 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPLAY WRmNG By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

8. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... 16 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPUY WRITING By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

9. Photoplay 1 Jul 1916 - 31 Dec 1916

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... 176 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPLAY WRITING By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

10. Photoplay 1 Jul 1916 - 31 Dec 1916

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... 170 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPLAY WRITING By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

11. Photoplay 1 Jul 1916 - 31 Dec 1916

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... 12 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPLAY WRITING By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

12. Photoplay 1 Jul 1916 - 31 Dec 1916

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... 14 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPLAY WRITING By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

13. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... Pirates of Phantom Bend Her Reedeeming Ordeal Her Nemesis Mines and Matrimony The Rival Miners Lem Cooley The Little Barber of Sunset Gulch The Outlaw and the Lady If I'd Only Married McDonald McDermott Boshell Holubar Holubar WeUs WeUs Grandon McDonald Kelsey Beery Garwood Holubar DeHaven DeHaven Beery McDermott DeHaven Baldwin Baldwin Paton Beaudine Gerrard DeHaven Gerrard DeHaven Peacocke ...

14. Camera! April 1920 - April 1921

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... personal direction of Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, claims to be the only girl in the world who has such perfect control of her eyes that she can "do the shimmy" with them and "jazz" them in any direction and at any speed she so wishes ...

15. Photoplay 1 Jul 1916 - 31 Dec 1916

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... 16 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section HINTS ON PHOTOPLAY WRITING By CAPT. LESLIE T. PEACOCKE A complete and authoritative treatise on the Motion Picture Scenario AT THE request of hundreds of persons directly or in- directly interested in the writing of dramas and ...

16. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1919

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... [APTr Photoplay by Capt Leslie T. Peacocke and EarleSneli Directed by George E.Middleton Available at all ROBERTSOM-COLE EXCHANGES ...

17. Motion Picture News May-Jul 1916

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... . A gripping story of European intrigue, sustained through a thread of mystery and suspense, to the big final climax, makes this a genuinely powerful production. All Star Cast Including ANDREW ROBSON and WILLIAM PIKE Scenario by CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE Produced in seven pretentious parts Released through State Right Buyers California /V ...

18. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1916

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... January 22, 1916. MOTION PICTURE NEWS 329 tazfticntLEMA HER GREATEST PRODUCTION "The Unwritten law EDWIN MILTON ROYLE Author of "THE SQUAW MAN" Prepared in Scenario by CAPT. LESLIE PEACOCKE California Motion Pic- ture Corporation an- nounces this feature as the second of a new series of wonder-film dramatizations, with Miss Michelena in the stellar roles and pro- duced ...

19. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... January 15,1916 THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD 371 k m0- HER GREATEST PRODUCTION "THE UNWRITTEN LAW EDWIN MILTON ROYLE Author of "THE SQUAW MAN" Prepared in Scenario by CAPT. LESLIE PEACOCKE Scene from "The Unwritten Law" with Beatriz Michelena as Kate Wilson >"(; iiM ...

20. Moving Picture Weekly 1917-1919

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... THE MOVING PICTURE WEEKLY- •35 Expressive and timely cartoon by Hy. Mayer drawn for the Universal Ani- mated Weekly. MAKES SCREEN, DISCOVERY. QAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE returned this week to the scenario staff of the Universal Company at Universal City, fresh from a sojourn of several months at Long Beach, where he has been outlining another big marine ...

21. Universal Weekly 1917-1934

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... ■THE MOVING PICTURE WEEKLY- ■35 MAKES SCREEN DISCOVERY. rjAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE returned this week to the scenario staff of the Universal Company at Universal City, fresh from a sojourn of several months at Long Beach, where he has been outlining another big marine ...

22. Moving Picture World Dec 1920

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... SNAPPY COMEDIES COMPANY Presents MARINE DE MOS (The famuiis Greek Comedienne, lately from Athens. Greece) (THE ONLY GIRL IN THE WORLD WHO CAN "SHIMMY" WITH HER EVES) In "THE TALE OF A DOG—WAGGED BY HIMSELF" A TWO-REEL SUPERLATIVE COMEDY Written and Directed by CAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE ...

23. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... E. D. Horkheimer Presents JACKIE SAUNDERS IN "THE CHECKMATE" By Capt. Leslie Peacocke. In Five Acts. Directed by Sherwood McDonald. Photographed by William Beckway. Released the week of May 21st ...

24. Moving Picture World 6 May 1916 - 27 May 1916

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... •Nun* V CALIFOFLMIA PRESENTS BEATRIZ MOIEUMi CELEBRATED PRIMA DONNA TnEWOMANWnODARE® >o- / i ir A GRIPPING STORY OF EUROPEAN INTRIGUE BY C. N. and A. M. WILLIAMSON ■ through arrangement with ALICE KAUSER All Star Cast Including ANDREW ROBSON and WILLIAM PIKE Scenario by CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE A prima donna, divinely feminine, winning in a battle of courage and ...

25. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... July 21, 1917. MOTOGRAPHY 127 'BETTY BE GOOD" Captain Leslie Peacocke Supports Jackie Saunders in New Mutual Play, Released July 16 — Production is Unusual Miss Jackie Saunders, one of the younger screen stars who have developed original lines in motion pic- ture productions, is happily placed in her latest offer- ing, "Betty Be ...

26. Motography Jan-Mar 1916

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... .would give their competitors a chance. They retired from racing and lived happily ever after and the competitors were happy also." Beyfuss Signs Capt. Peacocke Alex E. Beyfuss, vice-president and general man- ager of the California Motion Picture Corporation, has signed Captain Leslie T ...

27. Motion Picture News Mar-Apr 1916

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... . The novelty, cleanliness and laughable Peacocke with California to Adapt "Kismet" Man Who Has 400 Produced Photoplays to His Credit Will Scenarioize "Arabian Nights' Tale for Ten Reel Exploitation of Otis Skinner, LTnder Beyfuss Management THE California Motion Picture Corpora- tion has engaged the exclusive serv- ices of Captain Leslie T ...

28. Film and theatre 1936

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... (Barcelona, 1932) Paushkin, Michael M.: Khho ^epe3 miTb JieT (Moscow, Peacocke, Leslie T.: Hints on Photoplay Writing (Chicago, 1916) Peden, Charles: Newsreel Man (N. Y., 1932) Peet, C: Jumbled Talkies {Outloo\, cliii, 1929, 292-94 ...

29. Moving Picture World Dec 1920

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... . PEACOCKE Available at the Following Recognized Exchanges: Greater New York, New York State, Northern New Jersey—Empire State Film Corporation. New England States—Federated Film Exchanges, Inc., of New England. Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey ...

30. Exhibitors Herald Oct-Dec 1920

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... . Peacocke Author of "Neptune's Daughter" Available at the Following Recognized Exchanges: Greater New York, New York State, Northern New Jersey, Empire State Film Corporation. New England States, Federated Film Exchange, Inc., N. Y ...

31. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... . CAPTAIN PEACOCKE RETURNS NEXT MONTH! There is an increasing demand for new authors, since new authors bring new ideas. Yet authors experienced as well as inex- perienced are constantly facing new prob- lems, unanswerable by previous instruction in the writing of photoplays, however thorough ...

32. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... 158 Photoplay Magazine—Advertising Section All that Can Be Taught on Photoplay Writin, Nov? Fiftv Cents TKis is tke second edition of Captain Leslie T. Peacocke s remarkaDle new book on scenario writing ...

33. Motion Picture News May-Jul 1916

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... ; with marvelous costuming and lighting effects. All Star Cast Including ANDREW ROBSON and WILLIAM- PIKE Scenario by CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE Trade Showing in New York will be announced in next week's issue. Californ ia Motion Pictu re Corporation Alexander Beyfuss ...

34. Moving Picture World 6 May 1916 - 27 May 1916

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... ; with marvelous costuming and lighting effects. fAll Star Cast Including [ANDREW ROBSON and WILLIAM PIKE 'A I IScenario by CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE Trade Showing in New York will be announced in next week's issue California Motion Picture Corporation Alexander Beyfuss ...

35. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1916

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... ." From the scenario by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke. A feature of purpose and power which F. B. Buckley of the Motion Picture Mail said— "This is a picture in which there are no flaws. It is wonderful. It goes into the exclusive class ...

36. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... corporation with no limit of expen- diture to insure quality-pictures beyond program limitations. The first of the series under the new plan is BEATRIZ MICHELENA in "THE UNWRITTEN LAW" By Edwin Milton Royle, author of "The Squaw Man," from the scenario by Capt. Leslie Peacocke ...

37. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... her arms from the top of a high bridge, carrying on a knife duel in the middle of a stream, riding a bare-back horse at breakneck speed, and doing similar hazardous stunts to amuse a fickle public, Signorina Lea is always the one selected for the work. » Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. CAPTAIN Leslie T ...

38. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1916

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... . One of the finest supporting casts Miss Sweet has ever had will appear in "The Sowers," including the inimitable Theo- dore Roberts, Thomas Meighan, Ernest Joy, Dick Le Strange, Camille Astor and Horace B. Carpenter. Peacocke With California Co ...

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... . Produced by Peacocke Productions. Distributed by Anchor Film Distributors. Released Jan. 1, 1923. Star, Grace Darmond. Director. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke. Length, 5 reels. Synopsis: Domestic drama featuring romantic complications as titled Englishman leaves his sweetheart to And service with his regiment In Africa ...

40. Motion Picture News Dec 1920-Feb 1921

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... ?" Featuring Loys de Kay Pluvia The World's Most Perfectly Formed Girl in "NEPTUNE'S BRIDE" Written and directed by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke The Toreador" Marvelous Exemplification of Bull Fighting in Spain Sky Eye" 6 Reels The Stranger" 6 Reels ...

41. Exhibitors Herald Oct-Dec 1920

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... . Peacocke "The Toreador" 44 Sky Eye 6 Reels 11 44 The Stranger 6 Reels Marvelous Exemplification of Bull Fighting in Spain The Following Representative Exchanges Have These Independent Attractions Available For You: 11 Greater New York, New York State, Northern New Jersey, EMPIRE STATE FILM CO RPORATION ...

42. Photoplay 1 Apr 1918 - 30 Sep 1918

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... ., New York City All that Can Be Taught on PHOTOPLAY WRITING Hints On Photoplay Writing By C»pt. Leslie T. Peacocke Photoplay Publishmg Company PRICE—FIFTY CENTS Captain Leslie T. Peacocke's remarkably pop- ular book on the craftsmanship of scenario writing ...

43. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1917

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... . He was born in Boomville. Indiana, twenty-five years ago, and The Balboa scenario staff. From left to right, back row: Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, Mrs. L. V. Waters, Dan F. Whiteomb. Front row: Lela Leibrand, Frances Guihan, Will M ...

44. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1914

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... . more or less unreal, but it has been worked up in an intensely interesting manner, and it is certain to be popular wherever it is shown. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke Former Scenario Editor of the Universal Now Preparing Picture Plays for the World Film Corporation ...

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... ; but Captain Peacocke came to the rescue. The latter was writing "feature" scenarios for the Uni- versal and his record of 337 produced and released productions sufficed to influence Carl Laemmle. Con- tracts v;ere signed and Herbert Brenon was selected to produce and direct a nevAy prepared version of the fantasia now called "Neptune's Daughter ...

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... . Peacocke is already at work on other fantasia for the screen and is also preparing "Neptune's Daughter" for the stage. Miss Kellermann has publicly stated that she is averse to resuming her vaudeville career, a rather modest expression, in view of the known fact that a half dozen at least of the stage producers are ...

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... . Such photoplaywrights as Bannister Merwin, Mark Swan, Monte Kattejohn, V\/illiam Tremayne, Captain Peacocke, Ashley Miller, Richard Washburn Child, and many others, are just commencing to embrace the mul- tiple-reel proposition, and in every studio aside from the staff v ...

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... . Terwilliger (the lat- ter is also a director). Bannister Merwin, Captain Leslie Peacocke, Mark Swan, Charles M. Seay, Emmett Campbell Hall, Larry Trimble, George F. Hennessy, E. Boudinot Stock- ton, W. A. Tremayne, Lawrence S ...

49. Motography Apr-Jun 1916

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... . The pictures will be projected from a fire-proof booth of the latest type. A POEM FROM PEACOCKE. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, au- thor of "Neptune's Daughter" and a number of other feature films and who is now scenario editor with the California Motion Picture Cor- poration, sends some verse to Motography and ...

50. Moving Picture World 3 May 1919 - 31 May 1919

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... . Peacocke Writes Another Sea Play. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, author of "Neptune's Daughter," has just sold a scenario based on his story, "The Birth of Venus," to Julius Stern. The story requires many elaborate settings depict- ing beautiful myths and legends of the sea, and the heroine must be portrayed by a young woman whose perfections in physical beauty must be equalled ...

51. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Gardner and the governor invited them to appear before the special taxation committee where the exhibitors can present their view on the proposed new taxation by the state on motion picture theaters. Peacocke Writes Book of Poems Captain Leslie R ...

52. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... . Three Authors Added to Universal Forces During the past fortnight, Universal has added three authors of considerable note to the scenario department on the coast. They are Charles Kenyon, J. Ed- ward Hungerford and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

53. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Peacocke, one of the most prolific of script writers, kindly gives our readers a few suggestions under the above caption. Needless to remark that there is no script writer in the business to-day better qualified than Captain Peacocke to discourse on the subject of the multiple reel ...

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55. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1917

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... . At their head is Will M. Ritchey, who is their editor in chief. The others are Dan F. Whitcomb, Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, who is the author of more than five hundred photo dramas; Doug- las Bronston, Luther A ...

56. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... . Henry Grace Kingsley Lillian Howard Leslie T. Peacocke Raumond StaSS °^ California, undoubtedly the foremost outdoor pho- tographer in America, has just signed an exclusive contract with PHOTOPLAY. The remarkable, intimate studies of Western photoplayers published in these pages have been mainly STAGG prints ...

57. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... . Shapely Shirley of the Sins She's a young thing and —but see for yourself. On the Brink of the Prussic A clever satire on a frazzled filmplay plot. Enter—the Free Lance Writer Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke Producers see the growing need of independent authors ...

58. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... . Peacocke 111 Some sound advice to those who would write for the screen. S. Rankin of the Clan Drew Fred Schaefer 115 Scion of noted family doesn't need the family name. Impressions: 1917 Julian Johnson 119 Snappy judgment on a dozen or so film celebrities. A Busy Day in Mr ...

59. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... . Drawn hv Grant T. Reynard. "3-3-3-3!" ' JackLait 104 A fire-house story that's waited years for a narrator. Illustrated by Grant T. Reynard. The Scenario Writer and the Director Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke 111 An invaluable chapter for all authors ...

60. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... ? By the Readers 126 Inaugurating a Department of Unreasonable Things. Original Photoplays versus Adaptations Leslie T. Peacocke • 127 Concluding Capt. Peacocke's Present Series. Seen and Heard at the Movies 131 Odd Sights and Sounds in the Picture Shops ...

61. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... . Peacocke 127 Another Valuable Chapter in an Expert's Advice-Series. The Long-Lost Lionel 131 The Finding of Lionel Barrymore, a Strayed Star. The Triangles Doing Their Bit • Vt2 A Red Cross Nurses' Class Is Established at Camp Ince ...

62. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1917-Feb 1918

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... 134 THE ANSWER MAN Verney. —So you envy Lillian Walker. I envy the man who plays opposite her. Leslie Peacocke is playing with Jackie Saunders in- "Betty Be Good." Yes, Charles Chaplin is with Fox, playing in "Bing-Bang ...

63. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1916 - Feb 1917

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... . Captain Leslie Peacocke, ver- satile scenario writer, is the author of the working script from which the pic- ture was made. Hard on the heels of the announce- ment that Selznick Pictures have taken over the former Biograph studios in New York City ...

64. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1914-Jan 1915

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... . "Genesis of Motion Pictures," by Richard J. Hoffner. "A Visit to the Essanay Studio," by "A Rank Outsider;' "The Scenario Writer," by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. "A Week with Lottie Briscoe," by "M. B. H." "How I Became a Photoplayer," by Various Players. "Filming O ...

65. Exhibitors Herald Oct-Dec 1920

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... . The success of "Neptune's Bride," the Ormsby company's initial production, is responsible for the big 1921 program. "Neptune's Bride" was written and di- rected by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, author of "Neptune's Daughter ...

66. Moving Picture World Oct 1920

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... . Peacocke on the next production to be made for the Ormsby corporation. Captain Peacocke is now at work on the scenario for the new picture. Child Actor Gets Contract Frances Carpenter, hero of "Jack and the Beanstalk" and other pictures featuring juvenile players of a few years ago, has been given a flattering contract by the Famous Players-Las ...

67. Motion Picture News Sep-Oct 1917

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... . Three Authors Added to Uni- versal Forces During the past fortnight Universal has added three authors of considerable note- to the scenario department on the coast. They are Charles Kenyon, J. Edward" Hungerford, and Leslie T. Peacocke ...

68. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... Enter — the Free Lance Writer THE GROWING NEED OF THE FILM PRODUCERS FOR THE WRITER WITH IDEAS IS DEMONSTRATED BY THE WELL KNOWN PHOTOPLAY EXPERT Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke OLD books, with com- plicated plots, and, for the most part, character studies ...

69. Moving Picture Weekly 1917-1918

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... . One of their first de- cisions was to employ Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke to write the scenarios. Then they engaged Edith Roberts as lead- ing lady. Capt. Peacocke is in all probability the best-known and most successful writer of comedy for the screen in the entire countrj ...

70. The Photoplay Author Jul 1914 - Jun 1915

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... ; dialect and risque stories are not used at all. Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 2826 Decatur Avenue, Bedford Park, New York, issues this statement through Arthur Leeds, Scenario Editor: "An article by Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, appearing in the April issue of Photoplay Magazine, stated that this company was one of several which would send to writers, on application, a 'sample scenario form ...

71. Moving Picture News Jan-Jun 1912

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... ., 104 Prospect street, Cleveland. CAPTAIN LESLIE T. PEACOCKE Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, whose likeness appears above, is a well-known writer. His short stories are very much in demand. The Captain is a pioneer scenario writer, his specialty being comedies, and we understand him to be one of the highest paid men in the scenario field. Mr ...

72. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1920

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... . Gordon Edwards, now director of the William Farnum features, is planning to make a super-production of "The Queen of Sheba" some time .this sum- mer. ■ ' Peacocke Working on New Sea Story. Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke, author of the story of "Neptune's Daughter," made into a film a year ago, has begun the production of a companion story which is not named as yet, but has the working title of "Sea Story ...

73. Moving Picture World 1 Dec 1917 - 29 Dec 1917

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... . From Indiana Trade News Service, 861 State Life Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. Walter Peacocke with the Colors. Des Moines, la.—Walter Peacocke, ship- ping clerk with the local Pathe exchange, has leit for service with Uncle Sam. Mr ...

74. Moving Picture World 6 Oct 1917 - 27 Oct 1917

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... . During the past fortnight, Universal has added three authors of considerable note to the scenario department on the coast. They are Charles Kenyon, J. Edward Hunger- ford, and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke. Charles Kenyon, who has recently completed several photoplays of note for Paramount, is the author of "Kind- ling," the play in which Margaret Illington created a furore on Broadway some seasons ago ...

75. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... . CAPTAIN PEACOCKE RETURNS TO SCREEN. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, widely known as a short story writer, scenario editor, poet, actor and screen star, will return to the screen in support of Jackie Saunders in her latest pro- duction for Mutual entitled "Betty Be Good ...

76. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... i6 THE MOVING PICTURE NEWS For Those Who Worry O'er Plots and Plays Credit on Posters CAPTAIN LESLIE PEACOCKE, that Nestor of script writers in a recent interview advocated credit- ing the name of the ...

77. Moving Picture News Jul-Oct 1913

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... . Peacocke, of the LIniversal Script Department, writes ; "I know you will be glad to hear that the Universal Co. has decided to give the authors credit on posters and advertising matter, and those authors who write original stories will welcome such publicity, but those who have been in the habit of stealing ...

78. Picture-Play Magazine Sep 1918 - Feb 1919

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... , "Petticoats and Politics," which are be- ing distributed by the W. W. Hodkin- son Corporation, which also marketed the Paralta subjects. Her second Plaza offering will be entitled "Whatever the Cost," and is from the pen of Captain Leslie Peacocke, scenario writer of Anita King is to star in the new Plaza productions. note ...

79. The Film Daily Jul-Dec 1918

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... Sunday, October 6, 1918 tM^ DAILY "Rip-an'-Tear" Western Meller. Has Action But Is Very Crude Anita King in "WHATEVER THE COST" Plaza=Hodkinson DIRECTOR Robert Ensminger AUTHOR Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke CAMERAMAN George Rizard AS A WHOLE "Rip ...

80. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... {Copyright 1917, Universal Film Manufacturing Co.) "rU tell you something," said Clem. "This is her whiskey still.' c lAPT. PEACOCKE wrote the story of "The Un- tamed," the two - reel Mary Fuller Feature, which was adapted for the screen by Catherine Carr, and produced by Lucius Henderson ...

81. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1914-Jan 1915

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... . Peacocke 102 A Visit to the Essanay Studio "M. V. 0." 103 If Joseph F. Poland 106 A Day with Norma Talmadge 107 A New Medium of Artistic Expression Henry Albert Phillips in Brief Biographies 112 How I Became a Photoplayer 115 What Improvement is Needed ...

82. Motion Picture News Sept-Oct 1918

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... . THE CAST Jess Farley Anita King John Farley Bruce Smith Uncle Dud Charles Dudley Steve Douglas Stanley Pembroke "Black Jack" Fanning Gordon Sackville Paul Otard Patrick Calhoun Belle Corenne Grant Written by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

83. Motion Picture News Oct-Dec 1918

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... . THE CAST Jess Farley Anita King John Farley Bruce Smith Uncle Dud Charles Dudley Steve Douglas Stanley Pembroke “Black Jack” Fanning Gordon Sackville Paul Otard Patrick Calhoun Belle Corenne Grant Written by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke ...

84. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... . In the meanwhile exhibitors can make reservations at their nearest Mu- tual Exchange. in Captain Peacocke Will Act With Jackie Saunders Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, widely known as a short story writer, scenario editor, poet and playwright, will play an important role in the next Jackie Saun- ders Mutual release ...

85. Moving Picture World 7 Jul 1917 - 28 Jul 1917

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... . In the meanwhile exhibitors can make reservations at their nearest Mu- tual Exchange. Captain Peacocke Will Act With Jackie Saunders Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, widely known as a short story writer, scenario editor, poet and playwright, will play an important role in the next Jackie Saun- ders Mutual release ...

86. The Photo-Play Journal May-Dec 1917

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... . Peacocke, widely known as a short story writer, scenario editor, poet, actor and screen star, returns to the screen in support of Jackie Saunders in her latest production for Mutual, entitled "Betty Be Good." Captain Peacocke has more than 200 short stories to his credit, and is the author ...

87. Moving Picture World 3 Mar 1917 - 31 Mar 1917

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... . PEACOCKE LAUDS "THE WOMAN WHO DARED." Leslie T. Peacocke, one of the foremost scenario writers of the present era, states that "The Woman Who Dared," the first release of the Ultra Pictures Corporation, is an ideal story for the screen ...

88. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1916

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... . " I'm Yonr Husband " (Nestor-Universal—One Reel) REVIEWED BY PETER MILNE LESLIE T. PEACOCKE, who is now writing and directing comedies at Universal City, has showed a lot in his first half a dozen pictures, mainly that he is unusually qualified for his position ...

89. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1916

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... . Universal Engages New Directors Captain Peacocke and Ruth Ann Baldwin, Both Scenario Writers, to Build Picture. Two new directors have been added to the producing force at Universal City. Ruth .^nn Baldwin. \vho came to the Uni- versal as a scenario writer, and has successfully served as the writer of many of the Universal's productions, collaborator with K ...

90. Moving Picture World (Jul 1916) 1 Jul 1916 - 29 Jul 1916

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... . Madison Square 4400, Williard Bradley. The Taint, F. E. Ackerman. The Heart of Ayole, Rose Whytook. His Housekeeper, Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke. The Vegetarian, Capt. Leslie T. Peacocke. In the Abbe's Garden, Grace Helen Bailey ...

91. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1916

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... . Capt. Leslie Peacocke made the scenario. President Beyfuss, of the California Corporation, personally supervised the production. RAILROAD COMPANY OFFERS LAND TO MANUFACTURERS NEAR SAN FRANCISCO Special to Motion Picture News San Francisco, . Cal., Jan. 10 ...

92. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... to note that only three minor corrections were made in the copy before it made its final appearance. ACTOR HUNTS FEATHER MAKE-UP. "lyiAKEUP for Peacocke," said Bruno Becker, assistant director, to Ed Brady, well-known Universal Brady proceeded to the costume de- partment and, not finding peacock feathers went back to Becker ...

93. Motography Oct-Dec 1916

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... : "Makeup for Peacocke." Ed Brady of Universal got it and spent all day hunting around for feathers. Finally he learned that Peacocke is a new U. director. HE WANTS A OH I We hat. - exhibitor placed a fountain containing real fish in his ably liad suckers there before. ...

94. Motography Jan-Jun 1915

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... . No chil- dren will be admitted. Successor to "Neptune's Daughter" Contracts have been executed between a syndicate of motion picture producers and Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, author of "Neptune's Daughter," under the terms of which "The Mermaid" will be released in seven reels as a special feature for September book- ings ...

95. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . Johnstone has brought the Uni- versal script department to an envi- able standard, and, together with his assistants, C. B. Hoadley and Captain L. T. Peacocke, has accomplished much for the struggling writers. Mr. Johnstone's advice to writers is to leave "correspondence schools" alone ...

96. Camera! April 1922 - April 1923

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... . PEACOCKE IS FINISHING "THE MIDNIGHT FLOWER" Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, di- rector of productions for the Los Angeles Production company, is completing the seven-reel pic- ture, "The Midnight Flower," which was written by Mrs ...

97. Moving Picture World Oct 1920

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... . Peacocke, have both withdrawn as contestants in the race for the mustache cup of Filmland. Third Eyebrows and the Shimmy Some thoughtless person referred to Eddie's hirsute adornment as a third eye- brow—an old gag, but enough to send Eddie to the safety. Capt ...

98. Moving Picture World Aug 1920

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... . Ormsby, a Canadian steel king, and president of the Ormsby Film Cor- poration, has come to Los Angeles to su- pervise the exploitation of "Neptune's Bride," a seven reel water fantasy just completed by Captain Leslie T. Peacocke for the company ...

99. Moving Picture World 6 Jul 1918 - 31 Aug 1918

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... . Fatty would also like to "dis- cover" an author who can write suitable comedies for him. British War Benefit. Captain Leslie T. Peacocke, well-known dramatist and photoplaywright, gave a performance of a playlet written by himself called "Sacrilege," for the British Ambulance Society at a downtown hotel in Los Angeles last week ...

100. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1916

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... comes out of the deal unscratched. She is quick to break her engagement to the Count and marries the American. The scenario which was made by Captain Leslie Peacocke, brings out the best drama of the story ...