A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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88 GRIFFITH TURNS A PAGE Another scene from A/«/e «nc/ Female, with Lila Lee and Thomas Meighan on the ends and Gloria Swan- son very much in the middle. BELOW Bessie Barriscale, who had begun her career as a child actress, attracted such widespread attention by her performance in The Bird of Paradise that she went to Hollywood in 1914 to join the Lasky Com- pany. In 1919 she formed her own producing unit, B.B. Features, and made several pictures, including an adaptation of Kathleen Norris' Josselyn's Wife. In this scene from it the man is George Hackathorne, and the boy is the inevitable Ben Alexander.