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

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... . Shumway and Clara Horton will be principals in Miss MacLaren's support. Aaron Hoffman's story, "The Clock," prepared for the screen by Maie B. Havey, has been directed by Wm. Worthington. with Franklyn Farnum and Agnes Vernon playing the leading roles ...

2. Moving Picture World 3 Feb 1917 - 24 Feb 1917

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... . Director William Worthington is making rapid progress filming a five-reel drama, "The Clock," featuring Franklyn Farnum. Maie B. Havey of the Universal staff wrote the scenario. "The Flowers of Doom" is the title of a five-reel Chinese drama now being filmed under the direction of Rex Ingram, who also wrote the story ...

3. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1914

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... I250 THE JMOMXG PICTURE WORLD "IN THE GAMBLER'S WEB" (Lubin). A very dramatic story written by Maie B. Havey, which tells of tlie infamous tricks of a pair of gamblers (who pose as brother and sister ...

4. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1921

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... ." During the tour she will be under the personal management of William Bastar, prominent Chicago film man. Miss Maie B. Havey, Los Angeles scenario writer and friend of Miss Tincher will accompany the little star on her journey. Saxe Brothers & Grauman Lease H. L ...

5. Exhibitors Herald Apr-Jun 1920

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... ." The story is by Maie B. Havey. In the cast which is being directed by Bill Beaudine are Fay Tincher, Charlotte Merriam, Eddie Barry and Jim- mie Harrison. * * * Admirers of Mack Sennett comedies will rejoice to know that Charlie Murray, Mack Sennett's favorite Celtic comedian, will remain with the Sennett organization in spite of a multitude of rumors to the contrary ...

6. Motography Jan-Jun 1917

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... . Franklyn Farnum is the happy-go-lucky hero of the amusing story, written by Aaron Hoffman and scenario- ized by Maie B. Havey. William Worthington directed the pic- ture. Production details are satisfactory. Audiences generally will like the story, the hero and the heroine, the latter played in pleasing style by Agnes Vernon, a pretty ingenue ...

7. Moving Picture Weekly 1916-1917

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... ^hich was Nvritten by Maie B. Havey of the Universal scenario staff, and is called "Her Soul's Inspiration." ...

8. Moving Picture World Apr-May 1920

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... . Fay Tincher will start work in a new two-reel fun film, production of which will begin within a week at the Hollywood studio. -After casting about for over a month to find a proper type of story in which the comedienne can appear to best advantage, a story titled "Belinda's Bluff" has been secured from Maie B ...

9. Moving Picture World 1 Mar 1919 - 29 Mar 1919

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... .' Billy Aronson, manager for Henry Walt- hall, is expected to come to Los Angeles from Chicago about March 25. "Beckoning Roads," a story by Jeanne Judson, has been purchased for Bessie Barriscale and will be filmed immediate- ly following the Maie B ...

10. Moving Picture World 4 Jan 1919 - 22 Feb 1919

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... . Announcement is made that the B. B. Features have just purchased the rights to Miss Norris' novel, "Josselyn's Wife." This will be the star's second appearance as a Norris heroine. Maie B. Havey, head of the scenario de- partment of B. B ...