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Title: Wid’s Year Book 1921
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Wid’s Films and Film Folk, Inc. Wid’s Films and Film Folk, Inc.
Subjects: Motion Pictures
Publisher: New York, Wid’s Films and Film Folk, Inc.
Contributing Library: Media History Digital Library
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JOHNEMERSON and ANITALOOS present RED HOT ROMANCE

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OTHER PRODUCTIONS: For Constance Talmadge: A Temperamental Wife, The Virtuous Vamp, The Love Expert, In Search of a Sinner, The Perfect Woman, Dangerous Business, Wornans Place, and Good for Nothing. For Paramount-Artcraft: Come On In and Oh, You Women. For Norma Talmadge: The Social Secretary. For Douglas Fairbanks: Reaching for the Moon,Picture in the Papers, Wild and Woolly, The Americano. Down to Earth, HisIn Again—Out Again. Address: 130 West 44th Street, New York 166 Review Date Shell Game, The—Rolfe-Metro 3-21-18 Shell 43—Ince-Tri 8-24-16 She Loves and Lies—Selzk. 1-11-20 Sheltered Daughters—Realrt 5-22-21 Shepherd of the Hjlls, The—Wright-Ind. . 8-31-19 Sheriffs Son, The—Prmt 4- 6-19 Sherlock Holmes—Essanay-V.L.S.E 5-18-16 Sherry—Pathe 5-30-20 Shielding Shadow, The—Astra-Pathe 9- 7-16 Shifting Sands—Tri 8-11-18 Shine Girl, The—Thanhouser-Pathe 8-10-16 Ship of Doom, The—Tri 11-29-17 Shipwrecked Among Cannibals—Univ … 7- 4-20 Shirley Kaye—C.K.Y.Se

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Title: The New York Clipper (May 1917)
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: The New York Clipper
Subjects: Motion Pictures Film Industry Trade Magazine
Publisher: The Clipper Company
Contributing Library: Q. David Bowers and Kathryn Fuller-Seeley

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am. (Review not availableto date.) (Issue June 2.) 78 BRINGING HOMEFATHER Comedy—Bluebird-Uni-versal. Five parts, fea-turing Franklyn Farnumand Brownie Vernon. Di-rector : William Worth-ington. Not a riot, but pleas-ingly amusing through-out. Light as a cream puffand about • as substan-tial. (Issue June 9.) Though some bits ofit register to good effect,is rather stilted on thewhole. (Issue June 9.) Fairly amusing, al-though it is stretched outbeyond the natural en-durance of its plot.(Issue May 27.) (Review not availableto date.) (Issue June 2.) MONEY MADNESS Melodrama—Butterflyfeature. Five reels. ReleasedMay 28. Star: Mary MacLaren.Director, Henry McRae. There are manythrills but just as manyinconsistencies. Actingthroughout is good. Carries the attentionalong in an absorbingway/ (Issue June 9.) • A tale at times stir-ring. Its complicationsare many and a consid-erable portion of sus-pense results. (Issue June 9.) (Review not availableto date.) (Review not availableto date.)

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May 30, 1917 THE NEW YORK CLIPPER 37 THE CRIMSON DOVE World. Five Reels. Released June 4. Cast. Brand Cameron Carlyle BlaokweU Adrienne Durant June EMdge Faro Kate i Marie La Voire Jim Carewe Henry West Jonathan Gregg Edward Jr Hoyt Joseph Bvrbank Louis R. Griiel Philip Burbank Dion Titheradge Minnie Zugg Maxine Hioks Story—Directed by Romaine Fielding. Photographed by William Cooper.Action—Rapid.Continuity—Well handled.-Suspense—Strong. Detail—Accurate. Atmosphere—Good.Photography—Excellent. Remarks.The Crimson Dove is an interesting,entertaining, well done film. The playgives an intimate view of the intrigues,undercurrents, jealousies, and withal, theromance that pulse through the affairs ofa church community. It also provides ac-curate portrayal of rough life in a timber. camp. There are two improbabilities in thestory, which are likely to be noticed bythe audience. For one thing, the lumber-men are required to become a howlingmob, thirsting for the blood of thepreac

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Title: Moving Picture News (1911)
Year: 1911 (1910s)
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Subjects: motion pictures
Publisher: Cinematograph Publishing Company
Contributing Library: Library of Congress, MBRS, Moving Image Section
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ost comedians abroad we congratulate the GreatNorthern upon securing his services. He will create a rippleof laughter among American audiences with his contagioussmile and genuine humor. We think he has this time be-come one of the most popular facts in motion pictures. Ourreaders will be able to judge for themselves as he appearsfor the first time in the November 4 release, in the filmThe Actor As Soldier. Another point we want to make mention of is the beauti-ful lobby display of the Great Northern, giving photographs8 X10 in size, with the actors name on each photograph,and advise our readers to write for circular of particulars. ISIDOR BERNSTEIN—BERNIE _ Mr. Bernstein has been so well known to the trade fromthe Paramount and the Yankee Film Company that heneeds but little introduction to our readers. We learn heresigns from the Yankee Film Company, to take ef¥ect onNovember 4th. He has three offers for his services, twoin the city and one outside, but at present he is undecided

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ISIDOR BERNSTEIN as to what to do, and as he has been working so hard plug-ging the Yankee Company, he thinks he needs a little re-laxation and so with his good wife they have decided to takea second honeymoon, and if any of our readers meet themon the way we hope they will shower them with rice andold shoes, but please see that the shoes are soft, that theymay come back to us safe and sound in wind and limb sothat Bernie may be ready to take up his duties with somegood go-ahead firm. SOLAX NAVAL REVIEW PICTURE This, beyond doubt, is going to be the most interestingspecial you have ever had. Not because the newspapersall over the country have created a demand for it, nor be-cause it will be popular for months, but because the filmitself is very remarkable from start to finish. The Secretaryof the Navy has very kindly allowed the Solax Co. to puta camera on his vessel, the Dolphin, and should PresidentTaft review the fleet, as they expect, they will not only getthe Secretary of the Nav

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