How to Write Photoplays: A Thoroughly Practical Guide to Photoplay Writing...

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Royal Publishing Company, 1916 - Motion picture authorship - 56 pages
 

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Page 47 - Wade are not only rivals in love, but are business opponents as well, and spurred on by the knowledge that to the richer will be given the hand of the fair Helen, they fight a battle in the stock market. Roswell ruins Wade, who "goes down and out." He (Wade) then calls on Helen but she coolly dismisses him. Roswell marries Helen and proceeds to lavish upon her every luxury. Helen, nothing loathe, helps him along and spends money recklessly and without stint, but shows, in return, little affection...
Page 54 - Helen hesitates — looks from one to the other, as if comparing them. Roswell extends his arms — waits. Helen moves slowly towards him — then rushes to him and throws arms about him. Roswell disengages hand and points to door. "Go!
Page 53 - ... and to put clothing back. She refuses. He summons maid who returns things to drawers. Helen afraid of scene before maid, desists. Regards him with greater respect. XVII THE TEMPTER. Same as XII, Drawing Room. Butler ushers in Wade — gives card — butler exits — re-enters.
Page 50 - Same as III, Ball Room. Enter Wade and Helen. Roswell shows anger. Goes to Helen — leads her aside. Proposes abruptly. Helen shows slight interest, but gives him same answer she gave Wade. He eager and dissatisfied, exits abruptly. Winston goes to Helen, inquires about men. She shrugs her shoulders and laughs. VI FOR A WOMAN'S LOVE. Same as I, Roswell's Office. Stock market battle in progress. VII Same as II. Wade's Office. Same. : VIII Same as I, Roswell's Office. Same. ; IX WADE is RUINED. Same...
Page 49 - Roswell hastens to Helen's side. Enter Wade — received effusively by Hugh Winston — "Charmed to see you!" Wade hastens to Helen's side. The two men scowl at each other.
Page 47 - ... said to her in her life, has never been mastered, and in consequence, respects no man. Roswell, however, has always dominated everyone with whom he came in contact, excepting his wife, and now proceeds to dominate her. He orders her to replace the clothing she has started to take down and she refuses. He then rings for her maid, and tells her maid to do it, which she does. Helen is afraid to quarrel before her maid and makes no further effort to leave at that time. She exhibits more respect for...
Page 47 - ... him along and spends money recklessly and without stint, but shows, in return, little affection for him. Then Wade gathers his few scattered resources together, and, in return, ruins Roswell. Roswell returns home crushed, to tell his wife. She cannot realize it at first, but when the horrid truth finally flashes across her brain, she upbraids him and prepares to leave his home. She has never had "No" said to her in her life, has never been mastered, and in consequence, respects no man. Roswell,...
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Page 49 - RIVALS IN LOVE AS WELL AS BUSINESS. Winston's ball room. Ball in progress. Helen centre of attraction. Enter Roswell — is received cordially by Hugh Winston — "Delighted, I'm sure!
Page 47 - ... She cannot realize it at first, but when the horrid truth finally flashes across her brain, she upbraids him and prepares to leave his home. She has never had "No" said to her in her life, has never been mastered, and in consequence, respects no man. Roswell, however, has always dominated everyone with whom he came in contact, excepting his wife, and now proceeds to dominate her. He orders her to replace the clothing she has started to take down and she refuses. He then rings for her maid, and...

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