Exhibitors Herald (Jul-Sep 1922)

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July 1, 1922 EXHIBITORS HERALD 33 Doris May and Wallace McDonald re-enact an old scene in the R-C picture "The Understudy." The star, in private life, is Mrs. McDonald. The feature will be distributed by the R-C exchanges on June 25. Swimming is the hobby of Baby Ivy Ward, who supports John Lowell in Arrow's "Ten Nights in a Barroom." Little Miss Ward is making personal appearances in the Southwest. Left to right: Jack Holt, Paramount star; Albert Shelby Le Vino, scenarist; Peter B. Kyne, author, and Joseph Henabery, director. Henabery and Le 1 ino are at the Long Island studio preparing for the arrival of Holt to work in a Kyne story.