A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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EASY STREET ( 1917) 81 NOTICE QAllemployes of the Universal 'Jiltii Company who enlist in any branch of the US. briny or Iky/ daring the present war crisis will hw their positions hU for then until mustered out of service. (rf.Q&AYis Vice President & Ocnml in&nt&r , Universal ^ilm %nufcturtn$m The year 1918, and we were in the war up to the Hilt. At the doors of Universal, as at the doors of so many other studios, this sign was posted. f\ CUT Standby the President In September, 1918, the Red Cross, for its drive in San Francisco, held a huge armv and navy parade. Here is Mary Pickford (below) leading it.