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By ANNE CAMERON
Hollywood, Calif., May 12.
VISITING on the Lnsky lot yester
day, I hunt fascinated about 0. B.
' De Mille'a big theatre set for his pro
duction of Leonard Merrick's short
atory, "The Laurels nnd the Lady,"
pictorially not yet named.
Tb floor of the stage is real ice a
nine days' wonder to us Ilollywoodcrs
and though the temperature was 00 in
the shade, skaters shipped from New
York cut marvelous figures in ultra
Bakst costumes In ultra-urbau setting.
Incidentally I'd heard that Mr. De
Mille roared when in action, but he
doesn't, lie talks in a monotonous,
clear voice, and bites off his words,
which fall like drops of red-hot ice on
the unfoitunates vhen he is angry.
His stars arc Mildred Harris. Dor
othy Dalton and Conrad Nagel. Harris
looks like a dish of vanilla and straw
berry ico cream : Dalton a hot tamale,
and Nagel just a nico kid a little out
of his element.
I asked Mildred how she managed
to put on flesh while working for C. B.
"Oh," she intoned in a high, per
fectly changeless voice, "I'm taking
classic dancing and petroleum oil."
Candid. Very. Well, she's beautiful
anyway, and not stuck up could you
ask for more?
There was a full-size theatre orches
tia and a darn good ono nt that and
Dalton stood in a box, shimmying sort
of lazy-like and smoking n cigarette.
FRANK O'CONNOR, who use to be
William D. Taylor's assistant, is
directing his first picture, "Everything
for Sale." starring May MacAvoy, of
the bis blue eyes. She seems to be n
favorite with every one on the set
which is more than jou can say for
many a star.
Next to living with a person, the
best way to find out their true char
acter Is to be on the set with 'em.
MacAvoy is too new to have a car yet,
and it's nice to see her walking down
the Boulevard to work.
Kathlyn Williams is in the picture,
too, and a lovely thing she is, with her
poise and certainty born of long experi
ence. Eddie Sutherland is the hero a
nice lad. He's tlio son of one of the
theatrical Ring sisters, vou Know, and
the nephew of Tommy Melghan.
I HEAR from one who knows that
there is trouble in the offing. Motion
picture mooey Is tight Just now,
Robertson-Cole have quit temporar
ily and Universal has had Its quarter
annual house-cleaning. Metro has re
duced itself to only four working unit
and Allan Dwan hau again been forced
Many and many an Independent pro
ducer has had to pull in his horns and
be glad to join one ot flic bigger,
stronger unlto. Maurieo Tourneur. for
Instnnce, is going under the Ince ban
ner, where he will probably make pic
tures ju?t as good, if not better, with
the greater resources at his command.
Incidentally, they say Ince is ab
sorbing Associated Producers Maurice
Tourneur, Allan Dwan. J. I'nrkerRcnd,
Marshall Ncljan, Mack Sennett, J. L.
Frothlngham, besides Ince himself.
However, let's wait and see beforr
making anv rach prognostications.
The Lasky expenditures In sets, stum
and directors ore just oh lavish, if not
more so, but it is snid they are re
trenching on the palarierf never large,
omnnrntlvelv of the lesser llclits.
Cieorgo Mclfnrd Is makfng "The (treat
Impersonation" from trio novel by E.
Phillips Oiipeiilieim -a corking sce
nario by Moiitu nlCtterjuhu. JnniPs
Kirk wood is tlto ttar, than ulioin then
Is none w homer. .
I'm not ashamed to telnyou that at
a private showing of a picture not yet
released I cried, and cried hard, at
tome of his work. That man's an
BETTY COMFSON'S just got over
the measles ond her picture "At
the End of the World" is starting in
again. Misi Compson looks better than
before her enforced vacation. Mcaslca
may not be very romantic, but they're
j. good rest.
Penrhvn Stnnlaus, the artist, is di
recting her. He is about forty-something,
getting bald, wears white shoes,
and talks in u New York-English man
ner. Inclining to the autocratic.
T?iey say he's very particular in the
rcenes, rehearsing thorn many more
limes than most other directors. When
n director does that it is thought ho U
not quite certain of himself and is look
ing for additional bits of "business."
The piotur" has n grcnt cast: Joseph
Kilgore, Casbon Ferguson, Sidney
Ainsworth and Lucien LIttlefield, a
corking actor, in 4tock nt Lasky's. ne
is not widely known outside the pro
fession, but he is a hard and conscien
tious work?r, considered one of the best
men on character make-up in the busi
ness. Priscilla Bonner to Wed;
Plans Aerial Honeymoon
The wedding of Priscilla Bonner,
leading woman with Tom Gallery in
the Yltagranh feature, "Walliugford's
Son," to Allen Wynes, writer, author
of many magazine stories, is to occur
ns soon as the picture is finished, she
said a few days ago in. Los Angeles
This will bo in course of n week or two.
The pair are picpared to take a wfd
djng trip by airplane from San Fran
cisco to New York, providing certain
arrangements can be made. They will
spend about three weeks in New York,
where Miss Bonner has not been since
she was a child.
Southern Belle Forms Company
The newest star and the latest com
pany formed to exploit her beauty 1b
Gladys Gentry, heroine of the Gladys
Gentry Productions. MKs Gentry was
n noted Blu Grass beauty ond society
belle before she did a "Mrs. Lydig
Hoyt" and came into the films. Her
first picture will be "The American"
by Booth Tnrkington, and work will be
started June 1.
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FRANK MAYO DIDN'T
THINK HE WOULD
EVER BE AN ACTOR
By FRANK MAYO
AT THE age of five I was playing lit
tle Davy in my grandfather's play
"Davy Crockett." I played with him
till he died, two years later, and then
my mother sent me to the Pcekskill
Military Academy where I remained
until I graduated.
I had no Ideo of becoming nn nctor;
my tastes ran toward engineering. But
my uncle orgnnized a company to pre
sent the "Squaw Man" in London and
asked me to join him.
I played the part of Cash Hawkins,
originated in this country by William
S. Hart. After the play ended its run
I played in n vaudeville sketch through
out the United Kingdom for several
At that time Sir Herbert Treo made
his debut on the screen in "Trilby."
He engaged me for a part in the pic
ture. That was my first work in the
TTIIYE years ago my uncle, Lorimer
Johnstone, was producing for the
Santa Barbara Picture Co.. and hear
ing that I had made good In tho films
in England, cabled mc to join- him.
This company only lasted a short
time so I joined Sclig. I then did two
serials with Ruth Roland. Next I
went to the World Co. and was featured
with Alice Brady, Ethel Claton aud
I returned to California to play with
Anita Stewart and afterward came to
Universal where I hnve been for two
My first big success was "The Brute
Breaker" and my latest picture,
"Honor Bound," seems to have made
n good impression.
One of my greatest ambitions has been
realized for I've been starred in "Col
orado," the famous Augustus Thomas
Pearl White Creates
Quite a Stir in Paris
pEARL WHITE is the center of at
L traction in Paris now and the
French newspapers, mngazlnes and
other sources of publicity, are making
a great fuss over her.
.Miss White is working on a film
titled ut present, "Tho Emperor of tho
Poor," nnd the many persons' uho crowd
about her when she Is taking outdoor
scenes and when she appears on the
street testify to her popularity
Lost wepk. Miss White cavn n mn,.
or less humorous Interview to one of
uie i-uns newsparxTH in which she
stated that she has a longing to return
to tho spoken stage.
"I love the theatre," she says, "and
I hope to return to it some dav. I
made my debut in tho spoken drama
when I was five years old, and when
I grew up I had great success.
"I made a dollar a day, not count
"I had a tremendous voice, nnd In
America the actress who can yell the
loudest scores the biggest hit. I yelled
so loud I broke my voice, and then I
entered the movies.
"Last year I made only $,12.1,000
"I hope to go back to the spoken
drama, lou see, I have the soul of
Miss White once woiked in a print
ing shop in Americn and created great
rAcni'iiiuiii, lura wens wuen, niulo vis
iting the office of Comedla in Paris she
sat down at n linotype machine' and
set a number of lines of copy correctly
' A London paper, also printed the fol-'
lowing paragraph last week :
"Pearl White, of movie fame, while
here recently set n new stvle for nil
inter'-li v costume An enterprising re
l.iltei ioiiiii' h iilt'toil m negligee.
Iirf".i gruigiltc iMpc ml Ippcit, nu j
I boru legs. His write-up of the inter-
' view waa most enthusiastic."
Photographs Sent in for Screen
Philadelphia's Reputation for Lovely Women Is Well
, Founded Another Honor Roll Today
rHIS iilv has ahcays had a reputation for the leauty, of ttt women, and the
contest tre have started to choose three pi'rlj for moving ' picture careers is
rapidly proving this reputation to be well founded.
The editor in charge of this contest is surely fiavlng the time of his life
note. We used to think the old fellow who ran the LimpM Lim'ricks teas the
luckiest guy in town, with those girl juries he used to rave about, but we're
getting ready to do some raving ourselves, and if the pictures keep on coming in
as they have started, we're likely to make his enthusiasm seem pale and wan in
comparison to the verbal bouquets we will start to fling at the feet of these con
OF COURSE, you all know what
we're talking about.
Did some of you miss the announce
ment? Well. It's simply this. The Beta
wood Film Co. has contracted to pro
duce a Ecrlcs of comedies based on tho
Fontnino Fox "Tobncrville Trolley"
They want a new type of girl for these
comedies. In fact, they really want
three girls of different types, If pos
sible. The three (hoy choose will bo given
minor parti In ono picture, at $10 a
day. guaranteed four days a week until
that plcturo Is finished. They will be
(rained and watched all that time and
(he best one of (ho (hrco will bo given
(ho leading feminine role in (he next of
the series at a salary of $100 a week.
If the other two girls show sufficient
promise they will be retained and trained
with a view to making them capable of
taking the lend In future pictures of the
t It's the chance of n lifetime for three
girls somewhere around here. It menns
an opportunity to make good and a ca
reer after thnt.
TnE Betzwood Film Co. distributes
Its pictures through Associated First
National, one of the biggest firms In
the country nnd the clearing house for
nil the best independent producers. They
haves franchises in over 5000 theatres,
so tfiat the fortunate winners, of this
contest will become nationally known
and rnnk with tho best In the moving
All you have to do Is to send your
photograph to this office addressed :
Movie Beauty Con(f(,
Evening Public Ledger,
Sixth and Chestnut streets.
Each dny tho best of the pictures re
ceived will bo printed as an honor roll
and nil whose names nre included in this
list will be nssurcd that their photo
graphs will be set aside for final con
sideration. On tho back of each photograph muS
be plainly written
Your ago, height and weight,
Whether blondo or brunetlo.
TnE judges who will decide the lucky
three nre nationally fnmous in the
realms of photography nnd art. No bet
ter selection could have been made and
their names are sufficient gunrantce'
that the choice of winners will bo be
jond question. The jury consists of:
Ellas Goldensky, 1705 Chestnut
Theodore T. Marccau, 1009 Chestnut
William Shewell Ellis, 1012 Chestnut
MLss Harriet Sartaln, principal School
of Design for Women.
Lillian Glah With Daly
Lillian GIsh, who made her last np
pearanco on the speaking stage with
Mary Pickford in Rolasco'a "Good
Little Devil," will co-star with Arnold
Daly when the latter opens his reper
toire theatre at the Greenwich Village
Theatre, New York, with "The Chil
dren's Trugcdy," by Carl Shoncr. ,
Daly, who sailed last week for Eng
land, will change his bill every month,
beginning his season October 20. His
players include his daughter, Blytho
Daly, Phillips Tead, Sydney Carlisle
and Walter F. Scott. Daly also hopes
to do a play with Joseph Schlldkraut."
Doris May Married
Doris May ond Wallace MocDonnld,
motion-picture stars, were married in
Los Angeles Inst week. During the last
few months both had repeatedly denied
they were engaged, but news of the
nuptials became known when Mac
Donald obtained n marriage license.
Gladys Walton Married
Gladys Walton wus married three
months ago to Frank Rlddell and per
mitted It to become known last week.
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Positions at Betzwood Prove
NOW PLAYING THREE
BIG PARTS AT ONCE
mHREE pictures at once or, nt least!
a what amounts to viriunuy mc mc
thing has been the "brcaklng-in"
process for beautiful Mary Iouiso Bea
ton; and now Miss Beaton, who is a
Metro protege, Is so inured to strcnu
osity In motion pictures that sho has
ceased to necord It even a passing
Yet only n short time ago sho was a
school girl out aimpgontz, near Jcnkin-t
Mary Louise Beaton, be It known,
was brought on from Metro's west coast
studios in Hollywood, Calif., to play the
MARY LOUISE BEATON
Only a few months ago Miss Bea
ton was a pupil in the Ogontz
School. Today she Is a "comer"
In tho Metro forces and Is playing
three Important parts at once. Yet
she is still In her 'teens.
lole of Miss Mazie in "Clothes," the
all -star picturizatlon of tho stage drama
by Avery Ilopwood and Channing Pol
lock. This recently was completed nt
Metro's eastern studios in Sixty-first
street. New York, under the supervision
of Maxwell Knrger.
'Clothes" was still unfinished when
Mary wus unceremoniously switched by
the dynamic Maxwell Into the leading
feminine role of "Strangers, Beware,"
Arthur Zcllner's Americunizatlon him.
And sde wob still doing her part In
that picture when nnother Americani
zation picture, "The Price Mystery,"
was launched nnd MIbs Beaton was
given still nnother lending role. The
arrangement might be said to have been
NOW Miss Beaton has caught the In
fection for hard work that pervades
the busy Metro plant nnd she has an
nounced that parts can't come too thick
nnd fast for her. This notwithstanding
that the realm of the Klicg, the bun
light nre. and the Bell nnd Howell Is
new to this girl whose early training,
topped off with n finishing course nt
the fnshionablu seminary near Phila
delphia, hud seemingly fitted her for tho
life of a dilettante In social circles.
She's ju-.f out of finishing school,
is Mary Louise Beaton, and she's Btlll
in her 'teens. She has been In pictures
less than six months. She Is still at
the age. In fact, where her blushes are
ery ical nnd where life Is one great
Mis Iteuton was at Hie Ogontz School
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HERE'S another of those deep-sea-going
ships that we see in the
It Is n yecht and many thrilling
scenes aro taking ploco in Its cock
pit and its luxurious cabin during tho
course of tho story being produced In
As you can see, they have built
when the desire to appear In pictures
ovcrcamo her and nil she had to over
come wna the reluctance of her parents.
This matter disposed of, Miss Bea
ton presented herself at the Metro stu
dios. The fact that nho was a per
sonal friend of Mrs. Richard A. Row
land, wife of the president of the cor
poration, weighed in her favor so far as
getting a hearing was concerned, but
she mado good strictly on her merits.
That was the understanding.
THE casting director immediately pro
nounced her, in the parlance of the
trnde, a "knockout." She was forth
with given a screen trial.
Tho test proved that her beauty was
not In the fresh young coloring alone,
but in tho "decorative" quality of face
and figure nnd a distinguished carriage
that mado her stand out from the start
in contrast to other screen aspirants.
Miss Beaton was sent out to Callfor-
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desired picture. This photograph
shows the whole structure, with tho
buildings nnd fences and gencrnl Junk
of tho avcroge studio lot, but tho
motion-picture camera Is set up In
such a position that nothing but the
required section of tho "yacht" Is
nla for her first venture before tho cam
era. Sho did smnll parts with May Al
lison In "The Cheater," with Alice
Lake In "Shoro Acres" nnd with Bert
Lcvtcll in "Alias Jimmy Valentine."
Then she was summoned East to appear
Starting her career so auspiciously,
Miss Beaton has brought to her chosen
work such an nbundnuco of enthusiasm
nnd natural ability that Metro officials
predict big things for her on the screen.
Noted Director Was Once
Star on Speaking Stage
"TTIHE best teacher is experience,"
-L says Henry Kolkcr, Selznick pic
ture director. Somebody said It many
times before he did. but Kolkcr be
lieves none the less in the truthfulness
of the trite expression.
Mr. Kolkcr began his stage career in
The following theatres obtain their pictures through the
STANLEY Company of America, which is a guarantee of
early showing of the finest productions. Ask for the theatre
in your locality obtaining pictures through the Stanley
Company of America.
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out ot mo --caoin" into tne cockpit
Later, sho and the hero and villiii
will stngo a sccno In the cabin aai
for that, tho movie camera will t
moved over to the other side, Uk
lights will be 6ct in the cabin rott
ana tno pnotograpiicr wm grind awu
for tho required footngc.
tho Thanhauscr Stock Company, at tM
Davidson Theatre, Milwaukee, and fan
he rose to the position of leading maa.
When Henry W. Savage decided to
produce "The Great Namo" Mr. Kol
ker was chosen to star In a natt tin
for two seasons brought him hI(lMM
K raise irom cniics nnu ineaircgoen. iii
nd a season ns star in "Our Wirei."
two more in "Help Wanted" and ml.
scqucntly starred in "Our Children.'
"The Silent Witness" and "ArabM
In 1018 ho undertook the direction o
motion pictures and was not long 1
attracting the attention of Lewis J
Selznick. lie began his Selznick cm'
tract in lUL'U.
In addition to "The Greatest Lore.'
Mr. Kolker made "The Palace of Dari
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