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ABYSMAL (THE) BRUTE; suggested by © Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

Jack London's story, directed by tion Vsar. 31; L 18836; Famous playHobart Henley. 8 reels. 10653 ers-Lasky corp., New York.

© Mar. 30, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- BLAZING BARRIERS. See Jacqueline or tion Mar. 31; L 18834; Universal pic

Blazing barriers. tures corp., New York.

BOUND TO THE ENEMY. See Haunted ALICE ADAMS; by Rowland V. Lee.

valley. Clippings from reel.

10654 © title, description and 124 prints BOWLED OVER; by Hal. E. Roach. Cliprecd. Mar. 22, 1923.; L 18796; King

pings from reel.

10661 Vidor, Los Angeles.

© title, description and 16 prints

recd. Mar. 30, 1923; L 18825; Pathe ALL OVER TWIST. 2 reels.

10655 exchange, inc., New York. © Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. and description Boys TO BOARD; by Hal. E. Roach. ClipApr. 6; L 18850; Universal pictures

pings from reel.

10662 corp., New York.

© title, description and 32 prints ANSWER (AY) IN GRAND LARCENY. See

recd. Mar. 30, 1923; L 18824; Pathe Missing millions.

exchange, inc., New York.

BRIGHT (THE) ARE YOU A FAILURE; story by Larry

SHAWL; by Joseph

Hergesheimer, scenario by and adaptEvans, scenario by Eve Unsell, directed by Tom Forman. 6 reels.

ed by Edmund Goulding. 8 reels.

10663 10656 © Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© Apr. 16, 1923; 2 c. and description Apr. 24; L 18894; Preferred pic

tion Apr. 16; L 18873; Inspiration tures, inc., New York.

pictures, inc., % Associated first natl.

pictures, inc., New York. BABY (A) SHOW IN SQUIRRELVILLE. Clippings from reel.

10657

BUILDING (THE) OF MEN; by Rodney

Gilliam. Clippings from reel. 10664 © title and description recd. Mar. 12, 1923; 56 printed recd. Mar. 15;

© title, description and 4 prints M 2255; Lillian D. Powers, New

recd. Apr. 5, 1923; M 2263; CaliYork.

fornia dairy council, San Francisco. BACKBONE; adapted by Chas. E. Whit- CALIFORNIA, THE GOLDEN STATE. Cliptaker from the Saturday evening post

pings from reel.

10665 story by Clarence Budington Kelland, © title, description and 2 prints directed by Edward Sloman. 7 reels. recd. Nov. 20, 1922; M 2245; Hector

10658 A. Porter, Los Angeles. © Apr. 26, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

CAR (THE) THAT COVERS THE WORLD. tion Apr. 26; L 18899; Distinctive

Clippings from reel.

10666 pictures corp., New York.

© title, description and 2 prints BAVU; story by Edward Carrol, scenario recd. Mar. 22, 1923; M 2258; Milton

by Raymond L. Schrock and Albert Hyman, Miami, Okí.
Kenyon, directed by Stuart Paton.
8 reels.

10659

CHRONICLES (THE) OF AMERICA; no. 1, © Apr. 5, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

Columbus, adapted by Arthur E.

Krows from the Spanish conquerers, tion Apr. 11; L 18860; Universal pic

by Irving B. Richman, directed by tures corp., New York.

Edwin L. Hollywood. 5 reels. 10667 BELLA Doxxa: story by Robert Hichens © Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

scenario by Ouida Bergere, directed by tion Apr. 3; L 18848; Chronicles of George Fitzmaurice. 8 réels. 10660 America pictures corp., New York.

10668

pt. I, n. s., v. 20

COLUMBUS. See Chronicles (The) of FABLE (THE) OF THE GAMBLERS; by America.

Paul Terry. Clippings from reel.

10677 Dan's BOY; written and directed by Harry Edwards. 2 reels. 10668

© title, description and 20 prints

recd. Mar. 22, 1923; M 2259; Pathe © Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

exchange, inc., New York, tion Mar. 31; L 18833; Universal pictures corp., New York

FABLE (The) OF THE JOLLY ROUNDERS;

by Paul Terry. Clippings from reel. DAIRY (The) OF A. KNUTT. Clippings

10678 from reel.

10669

© title, description and 16 prints © title and description recd. Mar. recd. Mar. 22, 1923; M 2260; Pathe 12, 1923; 6 prints recd. Mar. 15; M

exchange, inc., New York. 2254; Lillian D. Powers, New York.

FARE ENOUGH. 2 reels.

10679 DETECTIVE (The); written and directed by John P. Smith. 2 reels. 10670 © Apr. 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© Apr. 16, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Apr. 21; L 18884; Universal piction Apr. 19; L 18880; Vitagraph co.

tures corp., New York. of America, Brooklyn.

FIGHTING BLOOD; from the Collier's Do YOU BELIEVE IN SIGNS; by Milton

weekly story, by H. C. Witwer, diHyman. Clippings from reel. 10671 rected by Malcolm St. Clair, no. 5, © title, description and 16 prints

Some punches and Judy. 2 reels. recd. Mar. 22, 1923; L 18793; Milton

10680 Hyman, Miami, Okl.

© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. and description

Apr. 3; L 18846; R-C pictures corp., DOPPO 15 ANNE. Clippings from reel. New York.

10672

round 6, Gall of the wild. 2 reels. © title recd. Mar. 3, 1923; descrip

10681 tion recd. Apr. 9; 12 prints recd. Mar. 31; L 18866; Guiseppe Russo, Phila

© Apr. 21, 1923; 2 c. and descripdelphia.

tion Apr. 21; L 18887; R-C pictures

corp., New York. EAGLE's (The) TALONS; story by Theo

dore Wharton, scenario by Anthony FIGHTING (THE) SKIPPER; directed by Coldewey and Jefferson Moffitt, di- Francis Ford, no. 1, Pirates of Pedro. rected by Duke Worne, no. 1, The 2 reels.

10682 house of mystery. 2 reels. 10673 © Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© Apr. 7, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- tion Mar. 31; L 18837; Arrow film tion Apr. 11; L 18861; Universal pic- corp., New York. tures corp., New York.

no. 2, The harbor of hate. 2 no. 2, The edge of eternity. reels.

10683 2 reels.

10674 © Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© Apr. 19, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- tion Mar. 31; L 18838; Arrow film tion Apr. 21; L 18882; Universal pic

corp., New York. tures corp., New York,

no. 3, The pirate's playground. EDGE (The) OF ETERNITY. See Eagle's 2 reels.

10684 (The) talons.

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Mar. 31; L 18839; Arrow film FABLE (The) OF_DAY BY DAY IN EVERY WAY; by Paul Terry. Clippings from

corp., New York. reel.

10675

- no. 4, In the fog. 2 reels. © title, description and 20 prints

10685 recd. Mar. 22, 1923; M 2262; Pathe © Apr. 10, 1923; 2 c. and descripexchange, inc., New York.

tion Apr. 11; L 18857; Arrow film FABLE (THE) OF ONE HARD PULL; by

corp., New York, Paul Terry. Clippings from reel.

no. 5, Isle of intrigue. 2 10676 reels.

10686 © title, description and 18 prints ©Apr. 10, 1923; 2 c. and descriprecd. Mar. 22, 1923; M 2261; Pathe tion Apr. 11; L 18858; Arrow film exchange, inc., New York.

corp., New York.

10. 4, 1923

10704

no. 6, Trapped. 2 reels. HAUNTED VALLEY; by Frank Leon

10687 Smith, no. 1, Bound to the enemy. © Apr. 11, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- Clippings from reel.

10696 tion Apr. 11; L 18859; Arrow film © title, description and 60 prints corp., New York.

recd. Feb. 27, 1923; L 18738; Pathe | LORTUNE's WHEEL. Reel.

exchange, inc., New York.

10688 © Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

no. 2, Imperiled at sea. Cliption Apr. 6; L 18852; Universal pic- pings from reel.

10697 tures corp., New York.

© title, description and 40 prints UN FROM THE PRESS. Clippings from

recd. Feb. 27, 1923; L 18739; Pathe reel.

10689

exchange, inc., New York. © title and description recd. Mar.

no. 3, Imperiled at sea. 10698 21, 1923; 8 prints recd. Mar. 9; M 2251; Funk & Wagnálls co., New

© title, description and 40 prints York.

recd. Mar. 22, 1923; L 18795; Pathe

exchange, inc., New York. URTHER EXPLOITS OF YORKE NORROY. The radio-active bomb. 2 reels. 10690

HER ACCIDENTAL HUSBAND; story by © Apr. 19, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

Lois Zellner, directed by Dallas M. tion Apr. 21; L 18885; Universal pic

10699

Fitzgerald. 6 reels. tures corp., New York.

© Apr. 10, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Apr. 13; L 18870; C. B. C. film GALL OF THE WILD. See Fighting blood.

sales corp., New York. GAME (The) OF LIFE; story by Laurie Wylie and G. B. Samuelson. 8 reels.

HERO (The); from the play by Gilbert 10691

Emery, scenario by Eve Unsell, di

rected by Garnier. 7 reels. 10700 © Mar. 1, 1923; 1 c. and descrip

© Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. and description Apr. 13; L 18868; Samuelson film mfg. co., ltd., London.

tion Apr. 24, 1923; L 18895; Pre

ferred pictures, inc., New York. GAME (A) OF NATIONS. See Oregon (The) trail.

House (The) OF MYSTERY. See Eagle's

(The) talons. GET YOUR MAN; by Hal. E. Roach. Clippings from reel.

10692 How HUMAN LIFE BEGINS. Clippings © title, description and 20 prints

from reel.

10701 recd. Mar. 30, 1923; L 18828; Pathe © title, description and 154 prints exchange, inc., New York.

recd. Feb. 28, 1923; M 2243; Herman Go-GETTER (The); from the story by

Jacob Brown, New York. Peter B. Kyne, scenario by John IMPERILED AT SEA. See Haunted valley. Lynch, directed by E. H. Griffith. 8 reels.

10693 | IN THE FOG. See Fighting (The) © Apr. 4, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- skipper. tion Apr. 6; L 18855; William Randolph Hearst, New York.

ISLE OF INTRIGUE. See Fighting (The)

skipper. GOOD RIDDANCE; by Hal. E. Roach. Clippings from reel.

10694 JACQUELINE; or, Blazing barriers, story

by James Oliver Curwood, directed © title, description and 20 .prints

10702 recd. Mar. 30, 1923; L 18826; Pathe

by Dell Henderson. 7 reels. exchange, inc., New York.

© Apr. 14, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Apr. 19; L 18881 ; Pine tree picGRUMPY; from the play by Horace tures, inc., % Arrow film corp., New Hodges and T. Wigney Percyval, York. adapted by Clara Beranger, directed by William De Mille, 7 reels. 10695 | JUST (The) A LITTLE LATE CLUB. Reel.

10703 © Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. and description Mar. 31; L 18835; Famous play

© Mar. 27, 1923; 2 c. and descripers-Laskey corp., New York.

tion Apr. 3; L 18844; Second national HARBOR (THE) OF HATE. See Fighting

pictures corp., New York. (The) skipper.

KID (THE) REPORTER; written and diIARD TO BEAT. See Tales of the old rected by Alf. T. Goulding. 2 reels. west.

10704

10705

pt. 1, 11. S., v. 20

KID (THE) REPORTER—Continued. NEW YORK, THE EMPIRE STATE. Clip© Mar. 31, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- pings from reel.

10712 tion Apr. 3; L 18842; Universal pic- © title, description and 2 prints tures corp., New York.

recd. Nov. 20, 1922; M 2246; Hector

A. Porter, Los Angeles. LITTLE (The) GIRL NEXT DOOR; story

by Louis Weadock, directed by W. S. | NTH (THE) COMMANDMENT; story by Van Dyke. 6 reels.

10705 Fannie Hurst, adapted by Frances © Apr. 12, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

Marion, directed by Frank Borzage. tion Apr. 13; L 18871; Blair Coan

8 reels.

10713 productions, Chicago.

© Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. and description

Apr. 3; L 18845; William Randolph LONELY (THE) ROAD; adapted by Lois

Hearst, New York. Zellner from the story by Charles Logue, directed by Victor L. Schert- OREGON (THE) TRAIL; story by Robert zinger. 6 reels.

10706 Dillon, scenario by Anthony Colde© Apr. 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

wey and Douglas Bronston, directed tion Apr. 18; L 18874; Preferred pic- by Edward Laemmle, no. 10, The tures, inc., % Associated first natl. new era. 2 reels.

10714 pictures, inc., New York.

© Mar. 31, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Apr. 3; L 18841; Universal picMARCHAND (LE) DE

PLAISIRS; by tures corp., New York. Jacque-Catelain. Clippings from reel.

10707

no. 11, A game of nations. 2 reels.

10715 © title, description and 32 prints recd. Apr. 25, 1923; L 18897; Jacques © Apr. 5, 1923; 2 c. and descripCatelain, Paris.

tion Apr. 11; L 18863; Universal pic

tures corp., New York. MASTERS OF MEN; from the novel by

no. 12, To save an empire. 2 Morgan Robertson, scenario by C.

reels.

10716 Graham Baker, directed by David Smith. 7 reels.

10708

© Apr. 13, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Apr. 19; L 18878; Universal pic© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tures corp., New York, tion Apr. 3; L 18847; Vitagraph co. of America, Brooklyn.

no. 13, The trail of death. 2 reels.

10717 MICHIGAN LIMESTONE SPEAKS. Clip- © Apr. 20, 1923; 2 c. and descrippings from reel.

10709 tion Apr. 24; L 18891; Universal pic© title, description and 4 prints tures corp., New York. recd. Apr. 12, 1923; M 2264; Michi- | PHANTOM (The) FORTUNE; story and gan limestone and chemical co., Buf- scenario by Anthony Coldewey and falo, N. Y.

George Hively, directed by Robert

Hill, no. 10, A million at stake. 2 MILLION (A) AT STAKE. See Phantom

reels.

10718 (The) fortune.

© Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. and description MissixG MILLIONS; adapted from the

Apr. 6; L 18851; Universal pictures stories, A problem in grand larceny corp., New York. and An answer in grand larceny, by

no. 11, The speed king. 2 Jack Boyle, scenario by Albert Shel- reels.

10719 by LeVino, directed by Joseph Hena

©Apr. 12, 1923; 2 c. and descripbery. 6 reels.

10710

tion Apr. 13; L 18867; Universal pic© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

tures corp., New York. tion Apr. 19; L 18879; Famous players-Lasky corp., New York.

no. 12, Success. 2 reels.

10720 MOI AUSSI J'ACCUSE; by Alfred Machin. © Apr. 19, 1923; 2 c. and descripClippings from reel.

10711 tion Apr. 21; L 18883; Universal pic©title, description and 14 prints tures corp., New York. recd. Apr. 2, 1923; L 18840; Pathé | PIRATES OF PEDRO. See Fighting (The) consortium cinema, Paris.

skipper. New. (The) ERA. See Oregon (The) ) PIRATES'

(THE) PLAYGROUND. Sce trail.

Fighting (The) skipper.

no. 4, 1923

10736

PLAYING IT WILD; by C. Graham Baker, SKELETONS. Reel.

10729 directed by William Duncan. 6 reels.

© Apr. 19, 1923; 2 c. and descrip10721

tion Apr. 21; L 18886; Universal pic© Apr. 24, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tures corp., New York. tion Apr. 24; L 18893; Vitagraph co. of America, Brooklyn.

SLANDER THE WOMAN; adapted from

The white frontier, by Jeffrey DePOOR MEN'S WIVES; written and adapt- prend. 7 reels.

10730 ed by Agnes Christine Johnston and

© Apr. 24, 1923; 2 c. and descripFrank Dazey, directed by Gasnier. 7

tion Apr. 24; L 18889; Allen Holubar reels.

10722

pictures, % Associated first natl. pic© Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- tures, inc., New York. tion Apr. 11; L 18865; Preferred pictures, inc., New York.

SMILE (THE) WINS; by Hal. E. Roach.
Clippings from reel.

10731 PROBLEM (A) IN GRAND LARCENY. See

© title, description and 20 prints Missing millions.

recd. Mar. 30, 1923; L 18827; Pathe

exchange, inc., New York. PRODIGAL DAUGHTERS; based on the novel by Joseph Hocking, screen ver

Snow (THE) BRIDE; by Sonya Levien sion by Monte M. Katterjohn, direct

and Julia Herne, adapted by Sonya ed by Sam Wood. 6 reels. 10723

Levien, directed by Henry Kolker. © Apr. 11, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- 6 reels.

10732 tion Apr. 11; L 18864; Famous players-Laskey corp., New York.

© Apr. 24, 1923; 2 c. and description Apr. 24; L 18892; Famous play

ers-Lasky corp., New York. QUEEN OF THE MOULIN ROUGE; from

the play by Paul M. Potter, directed by Ray C. Smallwood. 7 reels.

SOME PUNCHES AND JUDY. See Fight10724

ing blood. © Sept. 12, 1922; 2 c. and description Apr. 13; L 18872; Pyramid pic- | SoulS FOR SALE; from the Red book tures, inc., New York.

magazine story by Rupert Hughes,

adapted and directed by Rupert RADIO-ACTIVE (THE) BOMB. See Fur

Hughes. 8 reels.

10733 ther exploits of Yorke Norroy.

© Apr. 12, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Apr. 13; L 18869; Rupert RIGHT OF WAY CASEY. 2 reels. 10725

Hughes, % Goldwyn pictures corp.,

New York. © Apr. 7, 1923; 2 c. and description Apr. 11; L 18862; Universal pictures corp., New York.

SPANISH CONQUERERS. See Chronicles

(The) of America.
ROMANCE (The) OF CURLY SQUIRREL.
Clippings from reel.

10726
SPEED (The) KING.
THE

See Phantom ©title and description recd. Mar.

(The) fortune.
12, 1923; 78 prints recd. Mar. 15; M
2252; Lillian D. Powers, New York.

SQUIRREL'S (THE) FAMILY ALBUM.
Clippings from reel.

10734 Salty SAUNDERS; by Alvin J. Neitz.

© title and description recd. Mar. Clippings from reel.

10727

12, 1923; 54 prints recd. Mar. 15; M

2256; Lillian D. Powers, New York. © title, description and 369 prints recd. Mar. 30, 1923; L 18849; Wm. Steiner productions, inc., New York. SQUIRRELVILLE MOVIE ACTORS AT HOME.

Clippings from reel.

10735 SCREEN SNAPSHOTS; no. 23, by Jack © title and description recd. Mar. Cohn and Louis Lewyn. Clippings 12, 1923; 60 prints recd. Mar. 15; M from reel.

10728 2257; Lillian D. Powers, New York, © title, description and 16 prints recd. Feb. 27, 1923; L 18741; Pathe STONE (THE) AGE; by Charles E. Ford. exchange, inc., New York.

Clippings from reei.

10736

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