The First One Hundred Noted Men and Women of the Screen (Google eBook)

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Moffat, Yard, 1920 - Actors - 201 pages
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Page 138 - I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.
Page 132 - The Rose of the Rancho and The Girl of the Golden West.
Page 86 - I should receive him, as he is looked upon as one of the men of the future.
Page 184 - He served during the Annexation of BosniaHerzegovina, when he was wounded and decorated with the Franz Josef cross and the Annexation medal. He was then transferred to the Imperial Palace Guard at Vienna.
Page 86 - I am sure, be as thrilled as I was. There is great beauty in the picture and all the good emotions. The sea storm makes one hang on to one's chair, and the beautiful symbolism of the lighthouse, so religious in its duty to the men who go down to the sea in ships, is inspiring and noble. Altogether the Metro is indeed to be congratulated on this splendid thing.
Page 86 - I am constrained to send you a few lines to say how deeply impressed and moved I was by Rex Ingram's production of 'Shore Acres'; to my mind it is a tender, most masterly and imaginative translation to the screen of that fine old play which has become almost a national institution in the country, and James...
Page ii - THE FIRST ONE HUNDRED NOTED MEN AND WOMEN OF THE SCREEN BY CAROLYN LOWREY NEW YORK MOFFAT, YARD AND COMPANY 1920 0%.
Page 118 - Kafger, director general of the Metro, has deeply imbued Miss Mathis with the art of direction and her activities are ceaseless from the inception of a story to its completion.
Page 50 - Double Trouble, His Picture in the Papers, The Habit of Happiness, The Good Bad Man, Reggie Mixes In, Flirting with Fate, The Half-Breed, The Mystery of the Leaping Fish, Manhattan Madness, and The Americano.
Page 166 - Md., and made his first appearance on the stage at the age of sixteen as Young Norval in Home's tragedy, Douglas, at the Front Street Theatre in Baltimore.

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