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81. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

... THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD 565 A Human Document. Often the experiences of the outside writer are more Important than the writings of the veteran and we believe that the average reader will derive both profit and comfort from this letter from the Rev. Clarence J ...

82. Variety June 1915

... , has one released June 2, writ- ten by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, Kslem also baa one, a two-reeler, by Hamilton Smith which la marked for release, June 23. Charles Aldrlch is the latest to sign up a picture contract and he is to make a feature for the newly formed Roberts-Klngsley Com- pany. Aldrlch will very likely revive for the films the old piece, "Secret Service 8am," which he appeared in under A ...

83. Variety May 1915

... the Picture Play- house Co., with A. G. Buck placed in charge of the St LouIb branch. Pratt was formerly with the New York office of the same firm. The two children of the Rev. Clarence J. Harris were signed this week to appear ln pictures for the United Film Service. Harris has been writing a number of scenarios with temperance subjects that have recently been produced by this company. . The ...

84. Variety May 1915

... . "Stepping Westward." by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, is to be released June 7. Garry McGarry, of the Vita's staff, was In- jured In a fall from a horse while working In the "Heart's Ablaze" product this week. McGarry was galloping on the Brokaw estate at Great Neck. L I ...

85. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

... . A special musical program was given at the Empress theater in Oklahoma City. Okla., when the American "The End of a Perfect Day" was shown. The story was written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris of Oklahoma City, who entertained a small party of friends. The song ...

86. Radio Digest Oct 1923 - Jul 1924