Stars of the photoplay (1916)

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Photoplay Magazine's Popular Players CECIL B. DE MILLE was one of the three originators of the Lasky company and has from the beginning had full charge of production. He is a son of the late Henry C. De Mille the famous dramatist and a brother of William C. De Mille. Farrar's "Carmen," "Warrens of Virginia," "The Rose of the Rancho," "The Girl of the Golden West," "The Virginian," and "The Man from Home" were all filmed under his direction.