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1. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1913

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... THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD 11 1 3 "The Snare of Fate" Three-Reel Vitagraph by Eliza G. Harral. Reviewed by Louis Reeves Harrison. THIS strong protest against the happiness-destroying power of money when it delivers men and women up to the misery of having nothing to do might well be called "The Golden Snare ...

2. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1914

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... , ^of the Motion Picture Story Magazine, E. W. Matlack and Miss Eliza G. Harral, of New Orleans. It was decided that there should be no non-resident membership but that writers everywhere should be eligible for active membership, while writers for the motion picture press should be eligible as ...

3. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1913

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... lovely scenes and the photography ij dear and in some scenes perfect. Eliza G. Harral is the authoress and the leading roles are taken by Dorothy Kelly and Earle Williams with Van Dyke Brooke as the old father. ...

4. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1913

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... . It is naturally acted by W. Humphrey and Wallie Van, the employers, and others. W. Humphrey produced it from the script of Eliza G. Harral. The photography is good. "GALA DAY PARADE, YOKOHAMA" (Vitagraph), April 21.—On the same reel with the above are these street scenes in Yokohama on what seems to be the great advertising holiday ...

5. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1913

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... .—This is the third of the Belinda series. It is written by Eliza G. Harral. It will make a lot of fun in a great many houses. The character work of Miss Florence Radinoff as the boarding-house keeper is excellent ...