A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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DON'T CHANGE YOUR HUSBAND (1918) 85 Sessue Hayakawa became the only Oriental actor ever to play romantic leads in American pictures. Because of racial prejudices, however, he always had to relinquish the girl in the final reel. He is seen here with Guy Oliver in Hidden Pearls. BELOW Quite a different type was Tom Mix, who was just hitting his stride as a popular hero when this pic- ture, Western Blood, was made in 1918. The girl is Victoria Forde.