Stars of the photoplay (1916)

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Photoplay Magazine's Popular Players HAROLD LOCKWOOD, six feet tall, a Brooklyn boy, with fair hair and blue eyes, he is one of the most popular leading men, youthful and winning of manner. Was once on the stage but the public knows him in "Tess of the Storm Country," and "Hearts Adrift," with Mary Pickford; in "Wildflower," and "The Crucible," with Marguerite Clark; and opposite May Allison in American films.