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If , '14 THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, , JANUARY 17, 1920.
M tibWrl IwMMKhTO MiflMliKHiViKr , rvWliW dk !WA&&lly poln' ,0 tour California in tho Intor-
VCIose-Up" News and Views!
;of Filmland and Its People
By Howard McLellan
.ir UK Inner clrClo of fllm majniutc
I In rsow York liavo formed one
, of tho most nxclnslvo, quiet
cluba In tho city. It has tiuartcrs at
B III HffiPi mmi&&i&
II " elsie'janis
l ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN
M E.UGENE O'DRIJEN
I OWEN MOORE
mmi w .
tho Hotel Knickerbocker vhloh cost
$20,000 a year to keop up; It costs
$1,000 Just to Join, and it Jiaa a
wtmdiTful pantry. Cellar 1 an un
lawful word 'now.
Lesley Mason and Oscar Cooper will
contlnuo to publish the Exhibitors'
Trade Itcvlow, asslstlnB L.' W. Iloyn
ton. who purchawd the publication
ihls week for a tlguro which nUiKKenxl
All location hunting for Ooldwyn
will hereafter be done toy airplane.
rii rAlrv T.Vnnlr T.Invfl lnmnmr;itfvl Ihft
now HyRtom at tho West Coast stu-
Joo Schenck, huHbnnd of' Norma
TalmndKo anil producer of tho Tul
mailffe alstcrs' pictures, left for I'alm
Heach this week with Mb scenario ex
perts to tbcjrtn work on "Tho mvo
Expert." Tho family press nj;cnt
says Hclienck "has some Rood Ideas
for pictures to Xe. taken In Paris.
Tklonto Carlo and other locales with
Tho tfclzntck organization has cor
nered tho services of Hen Grimm. He
Is now tho "Let's Uo"
man. for all the
Molllo Klnj; will bo seen shortly In
"Women Men Korsct." Tho play
about which much has been said was
sold this week to United Pictures.
"The Copperhead.'V featuring Lio
net ltarrymore, will to used In the
film Americanization campalRn
wa(?od hy the film people and Secre
tary of tho Interior Franklin K.
"The Soul of Kafael"'ls the title of
Clam Kimball Young's next picture,
tt Is a story of early California und
Yt Edward Bowes of the Capitol
hadn't married Into tho profession,
Mabel Normand probably never
would have forgiven him for wiring
her at Williams, Ariz., while ahe was
en route to California. Sho got off
tho train all fussed up when they
told her a telegram awaited her. She
missed the train and then discovered
that Howes only wanted to tell nor
that he had seen her latest "Pinto"
and had booked It.
Congressman 1). J. O'DonncIl of New
York has decided after reading tho
Jokes In the "Topics of tho Day"
reel that the Senate gets moro raps
In tho public press than tho House
Douglas Fairbanks writes that he
was roally nearly drowned In one of
iho Hood scenes In "When tho Clouds
Holt Hy." After seeing him In ac
tion we bellovo It.
Magda Lane, who has been playing
in "Locked Lips," with Tsuru Aoki.
has requested theatro maAagers all
over the country to play "Tulip Tluw"
when the fllm Is shown.
.Tack Dempsey Is still working on
his now serial In spite of tho protests
made against him by American
Tho Zionist Organization of Amer
tca. Is arranging to take pictures In
Palestine. Camera men nro now on
their way to tho Holy Land.
"Milestones" nnd "Officer 666" have
Dcen purcnaseu ny uoiuwyn ana
will bo produced at tho Culver City,
Nancy Davcr, who Is playing In
"Tho Law of tho Yukon," tho first
Robert W. Service poem to bo plc
turized, writes that sho was a blonde
until tho No .Moro Blondes Club was
formed on Broadway..
NORA William Farnum. the Fox
GEORGE H. CALLAHAN
MARKETING WORLD RIGHTS
Business Manager for
220 WEST 42nd ST.
I i 7-1
Joseph M. Schenck
THE STAGE PRODUCTION
"Bucking the Tiger"
A Melodramatic Comedy by May Tully and Achmed Abdullah
SOON TO HAVE I Tyg NEW YORK PREMIER
ofllcos Informs us. left for the Pacific
Const this wvrk.
T. W. S. 'I hero nro projection
rooms lit N'o. 729 riovi'iith Avonuu, in
tho Capitol Tliwitro unit tlHowherb,
ulileh are open to hub by irsponsllile
puitli'H who huvu no place elnu to un
reel a plctuio.
HAIU'V Albert A. CormuT. Is married.
JOY AT ROSELAND
Great White Way Is Dry, but the
The shadow of the camel, I. c., the
pi caprice of Prohibition, has not
robbed Hrondwny of all Its pleasure
The dancers still find a way to have a
pood time, may he attested by the
thousands who attend the sessions at
D. W. GRIFFITH
"THE TRAIL OF THE OCTOPUS"
The Benny Leonard Serial
The Sign of the Best
HALL MARK PICTURES
BOW..- FRANK GHALL,
1 v" "-"-"-
announces, as its
t'Ja pled from Eugene Walter's
Successful Stage Play
An adiiplation of the stage
success by Lou Tellegen and
Willard Mack, now being
produced in California.
rtoseland, the new dnnclnp; plica at
Broadway and 61st Street.
This new hull Is nl i ly decorated
nmi Ii.m o liiriru llour and a spacious
IrunK''.- Two orclifxtrns furnish the
mimic for the ilnncliu and soft drinks
ot many varletlis nre always to he
hud. I-iiL-h night Hourland opens at
7 o'clock and tin; dui.-inir continue
tir til 1 A. M. or even a llttln later.
Uy special ruiinttt i'f patroaa the
mnniiRpntrnt now opes the doors at
2 l. M. on Sat inl iys.
"The River's End"
J AMES OLIVER GURWOOD
CREPUBL1C fflj) PICTURES
(A Herbert Brenon Production)
(A Lloyd Carleton Production)
(A Lawrence Weber Production)
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