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1. Variety May 1917

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... >e legion, otherwise tke producing firms would not continue to turn out pictures of this calibre. The tale was written by Clarence J. Harris, formerly a pastor. The direction wss In the bands of Joseph Levering ...

2. Picture-Play Magazine Mar-Aug 1917

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... ." She weighs more on pay day. Clarence J. Harris, feature writer for the Fox Film Corporation, is an or- dained clergyman of two liberal de- nominations. Following an active in- terest in moving pictures, he began to write, and during the past three years has written and placed four hundred reels o-f photo dramas covering all lines of thought. Mr ...

3. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... June 12, 1915. MOTION PICTURE NEWS 57 Harris Signs with Knickerbocker Features Minister Who Became Scenario Writer, Brings Long Experience in Pulpit and as Man of Affairs, to His Work REV. CLARENCE J. HARRIS, writer, editor and critic, has been secured by Knickerbocker Star Features ...

4. Reel Life Sep 1913 - Mar 1914

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... . And he is not just an ordinary playwright, either, but a writer of scenarios for motion picture production. Oklahoma City's first writer of motion picture dramas is the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, pastor of the' First Unitarian church and Browning lecturer before the various women's clubs of Okla- homa City ...

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

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... : The story is by Clarence J. Harris and the script was written from this synopsis, so it is safe to presume that there was meat enough in the idea to build a good five-reel script from it. Mr. Harris also wrote a script so that Director Adolfi got the benefit of his ideas, but we incorporated many changes in the presentation of his story, BUT STUCK TO HIS ORIGINAL STORY, which can not be ...

6. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... . Ben Turpin and Slim Summerville are supporting Polly in this play- Church Built in Erbograph Studio for Pastor's Play A church was erected in the Erbograph studio as a setting for several scenes in " The Little Samaritan," play written by Rev. Clarence J ...

7. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... each week, known as Conquest day. Preacher's Script Used for Marian Swayne Play Rev. Clarence J. Harris, minister and scenario writer, is author of the Erbograph play in which Marian Swayne is next to be starred, on Art Dramas program ...

8. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... . Clarence J. Harris, pastor of the Unity Church, Yonkers, N. Y., wrote: " The Little Samaritan," Erbograph-Art Drama for early release. The plot is laid in a clerical atmosphere, but the church members practise hypocrisy, avarice, selfishness and injustice, using their religion as the minister writes " as a cloak to hide their sins—not as an armor." Little ...

9. Exhibitors Herald Jun-Dec 1917

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... :le Samaritan," and is from the of Rev. Clarence J. Harris, a man > combines scenario writing with aching in a successful manner. As tor of Unity Church in Yonkers holds a prominent position in the imunity, while- as a writer of mi- ll and original scripts he is know n dver the country, r "The Little Samaritan," in ch ...

10. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1917

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... . The story was written by Clarence J. Harris, the prom- inent scenario writer, especially for the star. In support of Miss Swayne arc Hugh Thompson, Bradley . Barker, Luetic Dor- rington, Anna Day Perry and Ciiarles Macdoiiakl ...

11. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1917

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... . Joseph Levering direct- ed the production, the story oi which was .written by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris. Plays Wanted for Pollard Star Pollard Picture Plays, through J. E. Hun- gerford, scenario editor, announced that it is in the market now and at all times for plays for Marguerita Fischer ...

12. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Erb, president of Erbograph. Work has already been started by this new com- pany on a play written especially for Miss Swayne by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the prominent scenario writer. In this story Miss Swayne, long one of the most popular screen stars, is given an opportunity to enact the sort of characterization which has made her such an admired player ...

13. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... . Miss Madge Evans, a bright World twinklet. From Pulpit to Pictures Clarence J. Harris used to worry over Proverbs. Now he worries over plots for new 'scripts to be screened by William Fox directors, for Mr ...

14. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... the spectator glow with enthusiasm or the "pure love of living." The story is by Clarence J. Harris and John G. Adolfi directed its picturization. Mr. Adolfi injected many pretty touches and they serve to show that the play as well as the players had possibilities hut there was no concerted or persevering effort to bring them into actual being ...

15. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... . "The House With Nobody in It" was prepared for the screen by the Rev. Dr. Clarence J. Harris, Gaumont editor, and was produced under the direction of Richard Garrick, Gaumont director. The story of the photodrama centers about an exclusive home maintained by an aged woman, of whom her beautiful young daughter is her sole companion ...

16. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... the quality of her work that she is worthy of the enviable name she has won, appears in the next release of Knick- erbocker Star Features, a three-part drama, "The Cup of Chance," written expressly for her by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, a story wrongdoing, the girl so raised that the wrong looked right to her ...

17. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... . in this play, full of the clouds and smiles of Tennessee skies written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, will be featured "Sunshine and Tempest," the two dearly loved little actresses who since they were children to- gether in the sunny Southland, have been associated together on the stage ...

18. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . "The House with Nobody in It" was prepared for the screen by the Rev. Dr. Clarence J. Harris, famous Gaumont editor, and was produced under the direction of Richard Garrick, Gaumont director. Tin- story of the photodrama centers about an exclusive home maintained by an aged woman, of whom her beautiful young daughter is her sole companion ...

19. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... ." Miss Brady is supported by George W. Howard. Flavia Arcaro and T. Morse Koupal assume the heavy roles with Jim Levering in character part. The drama is written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the editor for Knickerbocker Star Features expressly for Miss Brady, a drama which is unique in style and alive with the technical punch ...

20. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... ). which is sensational in nature. The Rev. Clarence J. Harris is the author, and he has put into it his best work. Joseph Levering produced the play. "Capital Punishment" holds because of the constant appear- ance of the unexpected, and shows how tables can be turned and people meet their own ideas and understand their signifi- cance ...

21. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... . MINISTER WRITES SCENARIO FOR UNITED FILM "The Vivisectionist" is the title of a two reel psychological drama written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the Unitarian minister who has just left the pulpit to become scenario editor for the United Film service,, and which will appear soon on the United program. In it Mr ...

22. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... . Mason appears to good advantage in the role of the artist in "The Vivisec- tionist," a photoplay written by Reverend Clarence*J. Harris, which will be released June 2 on the United program. Sidney Mason makes the second "Mason" on the program. well known ...

23. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... "Stepping Westward," a two-reel story by Reverend Clarence J. Harris, the well- known photoplaywright. Miss Van Buren is well known for her work in the Lasky production of "The Girl of the Golden West." Oscar Eagle Joins Famous Players Producing Staff Director, Who Headed Selig Studios for with Belasco, Will Begin "The D FOLLOWING the engagement of Di- rector Sidney Olcott, the Famous Players Film ...

24. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... "—a study in psychology written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris. Special to Motion Picture News Columbus, O., May 4. OVERRIDING, under the spur of Re- publican Floor Leader Howard, the amendments offered by Senator Fellinger, of Cleveland, to remove from the censor board the right to delegate their authority when ...

25. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... . Mary Baker, Bessie Keene, Madge Orlamond, and T. Mose Kaupel. Mr. Levering has on hand a splendid list of exceptionally strong sociological and psychological plays, written expressly for him by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the Em- press editor, who has left the pulpit to write plays for the United ...

26. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... . Josephus Daniels and Hon. Richmond Pearson Hobson. "STEPPING WESTWARD" TO BE RELEASED JUNE 7 The two-part United western subject, "Stepping Westward," will be released on Monday, June 7. The scenario is by Rev- erend Clarence J. Harris ...

27. The Photoplay Author Jul 1914 - Jun 1915

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... . Sargent in his department in the Moving Picture World calls the atten- tion of photoplaywrights to the following two openings: "Clarence J. Harris, now editor of the Gaumont Company, writes that he is strong for the open market for scripts and wants to see the work of people who really can write ...

28. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1914

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... . Human interest and thrilling situations abound and the subject will undoubtedly be well received. Lorimer John- ston is the producer and Clarence J. Harris the author of the scenario. "MADAM SATAN" (Film Releases of America ...

29. Motion Picture News Oct 1913 - Jan 1914

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... . AN APPRECIATIVE LETTER Clarence J. Harris, Oklahoma City, Okla., wrote the scenario of "The Trail of the Lost Chord," a recent two-reel production of the American Film Manu- facturing Company, which met with uni- versal approval and is still drawing full houses ...

30. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1917

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... . A cast which is really strong Includes Hobart Bosworth, Tully Marshall, Jack Dean, Mabel Van Buren, Jane Wolfe and little Billic Jacobs. Erbograph Near Completion The story by Clarence J. Harris, "Little Miss Fortune," which was selected as the vehicle in which Marian Swayne will make her Erbograph debut, is rapidly Hearing completion ...

31. Motion Picture News Apr-Jun 1917

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... . Work has already been started by this new company on a play written especially for Miss Swayne by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris. In this story Miss Swayne is given an opportunity to enact the sort of charac- terization which has made her an admired player ...

32. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... . Joseph Levering directed the produc- tion, the story of which was written by thClarence J. Harris. The latest releases to be announced by the Selig Company in General Film service include "A Social Climber" and "Rescuing Uncle ...

33. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... . Graves ""TO get right down to the point, this is the best Art-Dramas offering to come along in quite a time. The statement of the "company's herald, which reads, ". . . the author. Rev. Clarence J. Harris, has constructed a story of simple charm and delightful appeal," is quite true ...

34. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... . But the minister proves he is worthy of his calling. He not only administer- severe rebuke to the hard-shelled members of his congregation, but be com- mends the girl for her righteous motive and puts her in the place she deserves in the community. Rev. Clarence J ...

35. Motography Jul-Dec 1917

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... . Among the supporting players are Mac Barnes, Rus- sell Simpson, Jack Snyder and Ednardo Cianelli. The production was directed by Albert Parker under the supervision of Allan Dwan. Minister Entertains Company After the day's work on "The Little Samaritan" had been finished at the Erbograph studio last Thursday, Rev- erend Clarence J ...

36. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Second of the month's releases, scheduled for May 10, is "Little Miss Fortune," an Erbograph production featuring Marian Swayne. The story of "Little Miss Fortune" was written by Reverend Clarence J. Harris, and was directed by Joseph Levering ...

37. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Tony Gaudio, the Yorke-Metro camera- man, is ill with pneumonia. Edna Payne will be seen soon in a Mutual picture, "The Eternal Challenge," a two-reel drama from the pen of the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, who left the ministry to become a scenario writer ...

38. Motion Picture News Sept-Oct 1916

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... :>0 Harris, Caroline 9() Harris, Clarence J Harris, Harrv B 140 Harris. Mildred 102 Harris, Theodosia 131 Harrison, A., Jr 112 Harrison, Arthur 125 Harrison, Estelle 90 Harrison, G. D 140 Hart, William S 26 Hartford, David 112 Hartigan, P ...

39. Variety August 1916

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... . It is a picture that will get a lot of money for the producer and the exhibitor. "Daredevil Kate" is filmed from a story by Philip Uarthelomae adapted for tho screen by Clarence J. Harris and directed by Keenan Duel ...

40. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1916

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... . This makes the fifth Adolfi picture with William Fox since last November. Clarence J. Harris of the Wiliam Fox staff, is writing his third June Caprice story. The Reserve Photo Plays Company, fea- turing Johnny and Emma Ray, are making a three-reel picture at the Randall Race Track this week called " Casey on the Grand circuit ...

41. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1916

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... 456 MOTION PICTURE NEWS Vol. 14. No. 3 Director John G. Adolfi gave the picture careful and skillful treatment. Working from a script by Clarence J. Harris, Adolfi introduced a number of touches, both in atmosphere and the handling of players, and these have a lot to do with maintaining interest ...

42. Variety July 1916

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... . In looks June Caprice is a cross be- tween Miss Plckford and Violet Mersereau on the screen, but In action she favors Plck- ford a lot. The vehicle for her debut was written by Clarence J. Harris and directed by John O. Adolfl ...

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

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... . In November, 1915, he went under the Fox banner, and since then has produced "Merely Mary Ann" and "A Modern Thelma," both featuring Vivian Martin and Harry Hilliard, and he is now engaged in "Caprice of the Mountains," by Clarence J. Harris. Mr ...

44. Motion Picture News Sep-Oct 1916

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... . They are flowery and unduly sentimental in several cases. “LITTLE MISS HAPPINESS” (Fox—Five Reels) REVIEWED BY E. DRAW T HE second vehicle provided for June Caprice is a very charm- ing story, with an unusually refreshing atmosphere, from the pen of Clarence J. Harris ...

45. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... . The "kid stuff" performed by little Jane and Katherine Lee is bound to captivate everyone. The scenario was written by Clarence J. Harris, and Kenean Buel directed the picture. "Daredevil Kate" is built along lines which have been tried and proven popular, therefore it should meet with popularity ...

46. Motion Picture News Nov 1915-Jan 1916

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... . The others in the cast, which includes Wallace Scott, Anna Q. Nilsson, Myra Brooks, Charles Hartley and Jack Burns, show an able grasp of the subject. The Fitch play has been followed in detail in the picturization made by Clarence J. Harris ...

47. Motion Picture News Jul-Oct 1915

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... . "Yellow Streak" by Vita graph Rollin Sturgeon, manager of production of the Vitagraph studio, is this week filming a two-reel subject entitled "The Yellow Streak," from scenario by Rev. Clarence J. Harris. In this the principal parts are played by Ann Schaefer, George Holt and George Conkel ...

48. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . itO UNSHIXE and Tempest" will be the title of the ^ three-reel Rialto star feature picture which will be the important Mutual release for October 6. And in this play, full of the clouds and smiles of Tennessee skies, written by Rev. Clarence J ...

49. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . Joseph Lever- ing is the producer and Clarence J. Harris, author. "Tides of Time" has a very general appeal, reaching not only those inclined to literature and art, but has a very strong popular appeal ...

50. Motion Picture News Apr-Jul 1915

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... . Edith Thornton will continue to play leads, supported by W. E. Browning, Joe Burke and Max Uligh. The new outdoor stage of the Empress company at Flushing, is enabling Joseph Levering to stage with great efficiency the two reel sociological and psychological dramas which are being written for his com- pany by Rev. Clarence J. Harris ...

51. Motography Jan-Jun 1914

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... . Letter of Appreciation Clarence J. Harris, Oklahoma City, Okla., wrote the scenario of "The Trail of the Lost Chord," a recent two-reel "Flying A" subject, which met with universal approval and is still drawing full houses ...

52. Broadcasting Oct-Dec 1954

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... . Malcolm J. Goldie, general manager, labora- tories div., Van Camp Sea Food Co. (Chicken of the Sea Tuna), Terminal Island, Calif., ap- pointed sales and advertising director; Clarence J. Harris, sales promotion manager, appointed sales manager. E. W ...

53. Moving Picture World 1 Sep 1917 - 29 Sep 1917

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... . THE five-part Erbograph comedy-drama "The Little Samari- tan", released on the Art Dramas program, is an Inter- esting story of church life in a small town. The story was written by the Reverend Clarence J. Harris ...

54. Moving Picture World 1 Sep 1917 - 29 Sep 1917

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... . Blache and di- rected by him. This was followed by "The Little Samaritan," a much-heralded play which will, according to those in au- thority, live up to its advance notices, if not surpass them. With Marian Swayne as star, Joseph Lovering as director, and Reverend Clarence J ...

55. Moving Picture World 4 Aug 1917 - 25 Aug 1917

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... . Marian Swayne, who has won thousands of admirers for her work in her previous Art Dramas, "Little Miss For- tune" and "The Road Between," is starred. The story of "The Little Samaritan" was written by the Reverend Clarence J ...

56. Moving Picture World 4 Aug 1917 - 25 Aug 1917

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... ." The last foot of film rolled through the camera a few days aero in the making of the new Mary Pickford-Artcraft release "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm." Taking into account the star ANOTHER HARRIS STORY FOR MARIAN SWAYNE. Announcement came from the Erbograph Company this week that a story by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris had been selected as the next vehicle in which Marian Swayne will be starred ...

57. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1917

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... . Amusement Corporation, and was written and directed by Herbert Blache. Catherine Calvert and Richard Tucker are starred. Following this is the Erbograph release, " The Little Samaritan," which was writ- ten by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris ...

58. Exhibitors Herald Jun-Dec 1917

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... . With John out of the way, Ferdi- nand proposes to Marjorie, and is accepted. Marian Swayne in "THE LITTLE SAMARITAN" Erbograph-Art Dramas drama; six parts; published August 24 As a whole Intolerable Story Drivelling Star Mediocre Support Just Fair Settings Poor Photography In keeping with the story In the story of "The Little Samaritan," the author, Rev. Clarence J ...

59. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... . The picture was directed by Joseph Levering, who has dona his best with the story, which was written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris. ...

60. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... . The story was written by Clarence J. Harris, the prominent scenario writer, especially for the star. In support of Miss Swayne are Hugh Thompson, Bradley Barker, Lucile Dorrington, Anna Day Perry and Charles Mac- donald ...

61. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... . There are both laughs and human interest in this production, which has the well-known heartstrings pull. It was written by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris and directed by Joseph Levering. The Apollo picture for release on May 17, following "Little Miss Fortune," is described as "a strange story of a morbid mind ...

62. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... ." an Erbograph production featuring Marian Swayne, This picture is Miss Swayne's first for *.he Erbograph company. The story of "Little Miss Fortune" was written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, and was directed by Joseph Levering ...

63. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... this week by Ludwig G. B. Erb, president of Erbograph. Work has already been started by this new company on a play written especially for Miss Swayne by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the prominent scenario writer ...

64. New York Clipper September 1916

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... . Stone Minna Philips STORY—Melodrama. Munition camp environment Regeneration of a bad good Woman. Adapta- • tlon of story by Philip Bartholomae. SCENARIO—By Clarence J. Harris. DTBECCTON—By Keanan BueL Director has done ' e xceedingly well with indifferent material. ACTION—Poorly developed. SITUATIONS —Impossible ...

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

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... . Kellette is assistant to John Adolfi, of the Fox Film Corporation, and through the courtesy of that director we present the synopsis of , t ne synopsis of which was written by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris. This is a copy of the synopsis which Mr ...

66. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... .. While she does not reveal a great talent for acting in her first picture, still she meets the requirements of her role well and is so cleverly directed that there is little doubt about the appeal she will make. The play, which was written by Clarence J ...

67. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... . Carleton produced the picture. rox Little Miss Happiness— (Five Reels) — Wil- liam Fox— August 28.—Produced by John G. Adolfi from the story by Clarence J. Harris and featuring June Caprice. Reviewed elsewhere in this issue ...

68. Motography Jul-Sep 1916

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... ," starring Edwin Stevens and featuring Florence Malone and Margaret Clarence J. Harris, who wrote the scenario of "Caprice of the Mountains," the William Fox picture in which June Caprice is appearing, is a retired min- ister ...

69. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . Reviewed by Margaret I. MacDonald. WITH all the difficulties of presenting a romance of the South Sea Islands. Wm. T. Haddock has made for the Gaumont Company a production of considerable merit from the scenario of Rev. Clarence J. Harris ...

70. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . THE beautiful, "winsome Alice Brady, a favorite Broadway star and one who has proven by the quality of her work that she is worthy of the enviable name she has won, appears in the next release of Knickerbocker Star Features, a three-part drama, "The Cup of Chance," written expressly for her by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris ...

71. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1915

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... . Sturgeon, producing manager of the Vitagraph, is again at work on a two-reel subject while preparations are going forward for the V-L-S-E feature "Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer." His present production is "The Yellow Streak," by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris ...

72. Variety May 1915

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... . The board is to have offices at Harrisburg and where else needed, provisions be- ing made for projecting and inspecting rooms in Philadelphia. NATIONAL NO-DRINK FILM. The national Unitarian Temperance Society which yearly selects a picture which it exploits all over the world in its crusade against drink has selected "The Spender," a two-reel drama, written by the Rev. Clarence J ...

73. Motography Jan-Jun 1915

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... . The operations of the Sunday School from the opening hymn to the closing prayer are shown in the picture. Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the Unitarian minister, has just left the pulpit to become scenario editor for the United Film Service. ROLL OF STATES. VERMONT ...

74. Reel Life Sep 1913 - Mar 1914

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... . Box 5. Rev. Mr. Harris Explains Rev. Clarence J. Harris of Oklahama City, Oklahoma, about whom an article appeared in the Reel Life of December 13. relative to his Photo Play writing, says in a communication to the editor ...

75. Reel Life Sep 1913 - Mar 1914

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... . The scenario was prepared by Clarence J. Harris. Mr. Tom Ricketts, one of the ablest pro- ducers, deserves credit for his masterful hand- ling of the subject. The subject is scheduled for release dn two parts on Nov. 17th, 1913 ...

76. New York Clipper September 1917

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... . "The Little Samaritan" is the latest Erbograph picture, the story of which was written by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris. Raymond B. West, formerly of the Tri- angle Producing Company forces, has joined the directorial staff of the Paralta organization ...

77. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1917

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... . LITTLE MISS FORTUNE— (Erbograph—Five Parts — May 10). — The cast: Sis (Marian Swayne) ; Ned (Bradley Barker); jim (Hugh Thompson):' Flossie (Lucile Dorrington). Scenario written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris. Sis is a poor country girl of unknown parent- age ...

78. New York Clipper March 1917

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... . has organized a second company of players. to produce features .for., the Art Dramas program. The organization will be headed by Marion Swayne and directed by Joseph Levering. Work has been, started on a play written for Miss; Swayne by the Rev. Clarence J. Harris ...

79. Moving Picture World 6 Nov 1915 - 27 Nov 1915

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... . It was a pretty fairly good play at that. Recently Clarence J. Harris wrote that it was bad enough to see his stuff butchered without being present at the vivisection. Most authors have had some such feelings when they saw their first plays screened and will enjoy this criticism from the Chicago Evening Post ...

80. Variety September 1915

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... . Kane has booked the feature through some of the Jake Wells houses. "Sunshine and Tempest" is a new three-part Rlalto feature which will be released by the Mutual Oct. 0. The scenario was written by Rev. Clarence J. Harris, the film featuring Florence Tempest and Marlon Sunshine ...

81. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... 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

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... , 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

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... 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

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... . "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

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... . 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

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