Exhibitors Herald (Jul-Sep 1922)

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32 EXHIBITORS HERALD July 1, 1922 Betty Blythe returns from personal appearance tour to begin work on "How Women Love" under the direction of Kenneth Webb at Whitman Bennett Studio. New laboratory erected by Standard Film Laboratories at Hollywood. The plant is located at Seward and Romaine streets, and was opened only recently by S. M. Tompkins and J. M. Nickolaus, prime movers in the enterprise. The company has adopted the following as its slogan: "From negative to positive safely, quickly, thoughtfully, correctly, satisfactorily."