A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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70 GRIFFITH TURNS A PAGE James Warren Kerrigan was another favorite of the day. He (the one facing the camera, of course) and the boys are engaged in a bit of mayhem from The Silent Battle, a 1916 thriller. BELOW The king of all the Western stars, and the one who stayed longest in public favor, was William S. Hart, who drifted into pictures about 1914 and became Thomas Ince's greatest star. Below, he appears witii Bessie Love in a scene from The Aryan.