A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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68 GRIFFITH TURNS A PAGE A Lasky star of this period was Blanche Sweet, shown above with Jack Conway. She was a Griffith find and had attracted widespread attention with her first leading role, iii Judith of Bethulia. ABOVE BIGHT Still another Triangle star was Belle Bennett, shown here in a scene from The Judgment of the Guilty, with Jack Livingston. BELOW Ruth Stonehouse had been a professional dancer be- fore signing up with Essanay in i910. For six years she remained the company's leading ladv. In the scene below, directed by Jack Conway, she is pro- tecting a protege from the strong arm of the law (J. P. Wilde). The young man she is defending hardly looks like star material, does lie? His name is John Gilbert.