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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, March 03, 1922, Night Extra, Image 14

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DOROTHY PHILLIPS,
WILL HAVE BIG
CAST IN NEW FILM -
Br CONSTANCE PAL5IEU -.
Hollywood, Calif.
ALLEN nOLUBAIl lm nlmest com
pleted the cftst wlilrh will nppenr
In support of Dorethy Phillip In "The.
Seul Seeker." which Mr. llelubur la
producing nt United Studies. Rebert
Kills is playing the lead onnesito MUs
Phillips, while Wallace lieery, .Tnck
Donevan, James O. Barrows and
Frances Raymond complcte the cBt.
Mr. Holubar nle discovered a fat Chi
nese peanut render in San Francisce
en his recent trip, and brought lilra
back te play n part in the picture. His
nnme is William "Fat" Fenjf.
Miss Phtlllns has bobbed her hair in
order te give a faithful portrayal of her
Speaking of halr-tiebblns don't go
near Helen' Fergusen If you want te
preserve your locks. Net long age she
took Agnes Smith who writes n let of
the stun you read In one of the fan
.magazines in hand And did n very
neat Jeb of half her hair. Just then
her director called her en the set for n
scene, and peer Miss Smith wbb left
stranded. "But doesn't it leek nice
en that side!" said Helen.
I found Lasky's much like the old
woman who lived in the shoe. All her
children were se busy she didn't knew
what te de.
Dorethy Dalten, after recovering
from a few days' illness, was ba'ck at
work, under the direction of Geerge
Melferd, in "The Cat That Walked
Alene," ns her new play is tem
porarily railed-. She wears n blonde
wig in this picture something qulte
unusual for her. Milten Sills Is her
leading man, and Wnnda Hawlcy plays
a very important part as her sister, I
for whom sh Is temporarily disgraced
because she saves nor from dishonor.
The story has it. that she flees te
Africa, I believe, and there meets an
other outcast, (played by Mr. Sills),
with whom she eventually falls in love.
Over en a second set Alfred Green
was directing Themas Melghan in
"Our Leading Cltlsen," which Is taken
from a story by Geerge Ade. Luclen
Llttleficld, that young man who Is n
pasttnastcr in the art of making up as
an old man, is also In the piece; while
Leis Wilsen is leading woman. The
picture will probably be n geed one,
net only because of the story and the
star, but because of Mr. Green's di
rection. James Cruse and Ms company were
having an exciting time this morning
filming scenes for "The Dictator,"
Wallace Ileld's new picture. Many, of
the .actors were in chocolate soldier
uniforms, with, a lavish display of geld
epaulets and shiny weapons. Alan
Hale and Walter Leng, both quite effi
cient villains, were doing their best te
make things lively, nhd Bela Pasha,
the fierce ,comcdJjte who plays In se
manvr Hcnnett comedies, was rearing
ma louaest.
Agnes. Aires V going through a let
in "The Ordeal?" which Taul Tewcll
Is directing from W.. Somerset Mau
gham s story. De you remember my
telling you, the ether day of her mix
ing up rat -poison te kill off Clarence
Burten, her screen-husband? Hew-i-ver,
with the disposing e& him her
reubles ae net end, ler she has Lloyd
Wliltleck te contend with new. Llfe
?ems te be just one villain after an
ether with peer Agnes.
Uncommon Sense
By JOHN BLAKE
The Time Thief
PROCRASTINATION is net the only
. thief of time. Ons of ths worst of
these pilferers is ths man who intrudes
upon ethers in their" working' hours.
These people are well-meaning, which
makes it mere difficult te get rl4 of
them.
They feel offended It you tell them
you are busy, or refuse-te admit them
They cannot Understand why. any
man would net ne willing te give mem
a few minutes of conversation In the
middle of the working day.
When thcr de set In. they star. talk-
In? about nothing that Is of Talus te
you or even te them.
It is because of the vast' numbers
of tlme-thleves In ths world that busy
men are driven te posting office bpys
a trlpnhenn firla in outside rooms.
Unless they can have- privacy for
their worn, their work does net get
done. , .
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Qermantewjkhv:
fkmWtas Jbrttfcm,
4moimtnaftiJtbeds.
qTERim
A LL work worth doing is better done
when a nan is uninterrupted, v
Te ge't the mind back en the Jeb after
it has been taken from It is an unnec
sary waste of energy Ilka the starting
of a stalled freight train.
Many men whose business requires
close concentration sometimes leave
their, offices and hide away In hotel
rooms or country houses in order te get
things, accomplished. . ,
Yeu de net like te offend your friends,
hut if your friends have no better Judg
ment than te drop, In te chat during
working hours they ought te be of
fended, ,
fVft If Miafl. trt Atirv fine vmt kaeW
hat you are' net te' be seen by outsiders
while you ase at tne emcc, -unless tney
.... r, .""."'I'T
ass est mhbvisw,
Ji xhd !' hidim fcftnra as
is ths doeterf .ths ,lwyer or the
banker. '
r1 MAY make yen-a few enemies. It
may even lese you a few friends,, and
geed ones. Fer thers ars otherwise
rntelllgent'and pleasant Ppl whose
feelings are hurt U they ars teW 1 that
an acquaintance will .net ses thf.m.
But you must de, this If you want
your work te count. Yeu have no
right, it you ars an empleye, te per
mit your friends te wsste time that .has
been bought and paid for by somebody
else. .
Yeu have ne.right. If you are an em
ployer, te bestow upon idlers tlms that
belongs te jour business and whose
wise investment means much te every
one working for you.
' Keeb the time .thieves out They mean
well, but they are as dangerous ss any
ether kind of robbers.
CotvHeM, Hit
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twsnjy-tsvsn Posthumous Dsjj
. in Midyear, Award .
t.JJ.J Ma.V Xt'-.t. M
governing beards of Harvard UnWe
have granted i degrees in the si
mldvear award. Of these, twentv.
ar nesthtimbus degrees, rranted in
who never completed their, college
nnlrements. but lest their live i
war. By awarding degrees te il
men, the university has breiight-
SDOUC mat every innn en tne Ha
roll of noner aise nas a place
muter'nf traduates.
Amenc these He whom the' rttnii'.
A. B. was, awarded are Jeseph Infc
or lnneeipum ; nor 01, Jiejne
or jjansaewnnv i-n.., miuam t,,
!.. aI 0AM,lrt1fta TV ' T.I
IllgCI, Ufc utm,mii . a , .IUUT1 If
nlcek, of Albien, Pa.; Clair 8. Bi
man, of Leck Hayen, Paf j Vance
Kicnmena, ei i-iKseurgn, and All
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We teill Be glei te pulllih the pictures of aueh tereen player at are
luegcttcd by the fant
THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTER-BOX
By HENRY M. NEELY
. Nlta De Lisle The here role in
1'Frlvoleus Wives" was played by Frank
Jfewberg. Valentine was the villain.
ji." "J
?"Male Fan" writes "I have- met,
jwrUten and spoken te many people,
tljut' none se queer as you. Yeu want
people te be indifferent te you and dis
agree with you. I enjoy it all the
If every one would be as you
KiJ L.si
fft&t... same
pru.' . 'I. '- .
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'but net every one is like you.
$ 'ire
the world would revolve in peace,
'Sk'W OUI net every one is use juu.
fjg'- .iT .. . T.I-1-...t -B..tl..l
?.. aactly two wreks before Christmas,
!,H asking him for his photograph and
J4 !nalnS twenty-five cents with it and
rVte
B :A."
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have heard nothing of It since.
"irhst would you de?
New,
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"ff
:?rw aaeuia uave seen
Lwi, 4'ren't some peepV
WsV.7"! also believe
h i(-"Dld you see Corinne Griffith in
'Tae, Single Track'? It was directed
A2 her husband, Webster Campbell. I
ever saw nim piay as a. siar, uui x
am. . hl,n nle n n '..rk.fttnr with
i&fjV ar., Well, I don't knew whose fault
ftfe $i was, but, as perhaps you knew, the
as!?; 'mm was laid out in 'Alaska. Alaska
W.' "Vs summer, tee, but it isn't warm
sy-1 enough ter peacn irees te grew iueie.
Mrv . . .-l c.ii- m i. u ,.
$ a"1' ,n Dingjic Aiut vu, ,."u
xue peacn iiinjs.
e wenuenui :
Cerlnne has a god-
inthcr mirh n fnderella had. because
f Steir JiehftnMS her clothes se. nulckly. She
JJftHt ' .. . . . .1
kW iSt en tne wagon te be mie iue i.-uuu-
try store, men sne naa a uarK areas
a with long sleeves and le and beheld !
vW.ben she get inside. It hnd changed
Inte a Slack and white plaid. Could
CTP":f'eu tell me hew one. could get thnt
raw way? Is Corinne Griffith any relation
l&W'Wcsflwt i" a stock company? I always
-. thought It was hke a -ineQicine snow
if (please don't laugh at me), and they
W'Mi't WW acting and men sem bieck. vicii,
tSiaCiuess I'm wrong.
'SWiffiyS? ','Y6u tay a college education is net
SIKCSV yM,nrr in livf In beeeme an actor
ataetrees. Then why de se many of
41tam Y.a.a vin1. an rHnrn I An '' T liinn:
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It Is unfair te the public, ns well as
te Vnlcutlne. Don't you pgrce with
me?
"Would you plve me a complete de
scription of Rebert Ellis nnd Cullcn
Landis? Alse what part did Valentine
play in 'Ejcs of Youth'?"
(I agree with you most thoroughly
about this digging up of old stuff tbn
minute seme player nchlcvcs an un
usual popularity, or the releasing of
some old picture with n title the same
as some great modern production. I've
expressed myself te this effect Fcveral
times. In the case of "Frivolous
Wives," however, I don't think that
we should take quite this Viewpoint.
Even If it is net Valentine at his best,
It shows him at an important Mage
of his career and, If the public is net
deliberately deceived into thinking it
is his latest, I think it has a very great
value te all admirers of the stnr. I'm
.ashamed te say that I haven't descrip
tions of either Cullcn Landis or Rob Reb
ert Ellis. I've get their biographies,
but nothing about their heieht. weiaht.
etc. It isn't often that I'm caught that
way, but you've hit me twice in the
same spot. I've written for the, dope
and will print it as seen as It comes.
In "Eyes of Youth" Valentine played
the unnamed young man who Is found
in the room in the read house with
Glna.)
Lerna writes: "I've been Tvstrlilnir.
from my scat in the trolley ear, the i
page slowly dimlnlshlnc, wondering if '
you were planning te shut down com- .
pletely and wave us a hurried geed-by I
a you caught en early train for a New i
Yerk magazine or newspaper office, but
your answer te 'Interested' proves I'm1
uu wrong. i
"Let's talk about 'The Letus Eaters' ;
1 don't knew what you said about it in '
your review, but I liked it se much. A
peach of n story se very well acted. '
Call it satire if you will, but doesn't it
bring back te us hew very satirical are
,some of the little doings in this 1022 '
world? Although Mr. Barryniere almost '
insists thnt you call him a one-sided j
person, for ills profile is what 1 re
member bst. his acting was almost I
perfect, but that is as alwas.
"Don't you think jeu had better list
'Tel'nble David' rieht away as one m
many who have. Could you tell me lQ.e e" iu-- J",""?' . ny' T1' ,wny'
an v that haven'f" w,th Pictures like these two that you
any mat navwii. i . , ,ni.f , . .
.. ,. ..- -( IIIUU.UV VUl. i('l
Griffith?
ease explain
In full just
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r4iX' tbem wbe nnven.t naa cenege cnuca i'ui" u "ii ibuui a t.nivm
fe' Vi Vi. t imnvlnit thr( are mere who roils Churley.' cheap and noerlv done
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, who have; thev jijt have and that's all, wars UPergH r awecit, wne seemed out
.Xh college eaucatien nau no DParin ! I
en .their careers ns actors or actrcssei i "I've trifd for a lone time te write i ASTOK
a'hy mere than my lack of one has i you a clever letter, but it doesn't seem , ,,
te Happen, it was te have u verse in
it that wrnt something like this:
"Hew far is old Tem Tower from two
columns done caeh day'
"The Black Swan ale at Winchester
ADkl I r 62D A THOMPSON BT3. 'I RPRTV UHOAD & COLUMBIA AV.
BETTY COMPSON
In "THE lITTIJi MIMSTKK"
AI.T..KT1U PAST In
Get-Rich.Quick Wallingford"
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hearing en my career as answerer
.meTle fans.
XA' stock company Isn t at all what
"jeu Imagine. It is a company formed
m. Affernt nlavs uninllv n new
'A 1. a'aU m..lr vt.ti ttiA Lama n.Anla
'.& aakinr new roles In each play. One
Mj&i ,Bajr may be melodrama, the next com-
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MATINRri K.MI.Y
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ORIENT
WALLACE
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5tST A IIAI.TtMOIlK
Kve. :M. Sat. Mat
'But you see I'm in a dull haze richt
i away and can go no turthe.r. It was te
2IZ "nl.v" the 'same wmn'anr ' 'ald . PVeP Wnnk rewe, se you must
. ' .M.l aaV Ai.fr mid j.Mn.,qnI. .tit .. tt. jwuiem. inua.-u.
II11I Wfntl vvi. ..tt .vue.ui.l I
V.4 'tMTii ut me point is
i-5 '.. karlaa one company go
rrwv'Xt-m atiH nnnthpr tnke Irs nlnrn in n
,'w play,
ViiMaMnn and nrndurcs new tlilncB. 'Se: can you tell me what ever be
KfTi Corinne UrlUltn is net rejatcu te rmnc ui an im- mm uint wus uikcii en
P&T'W.t. I that trip? Was it ever released, cither
i''fiv H l"Were- you, i weum write iiicn
sM.'Bsrthr,mcf)ft again. He I? much, tee
iiMJeaa'chnr,te rle that sort of thing In-
testienally and I m sure lie weum want
74r,t-.l- I.U .inl.hl f t verit filllnd
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' rwrs-: ei attention.
BALTIMORE
AGNES AYRES
In "THE LANE THAT HAD NO TCBMNIi'
BLUEBIRD
Hreart & Sumu'lmnnA
Contlnueui 'i urtll 11
SPECIAL CAST In
THE OTHER WOMAN"
Address him care
fiOe Fifth ave-
here or in Kngland? I have waited se
long te we them. Who am TV Well;
just a girl back home.'
tt,yenrJ:iicturM'
$t&mWAm-i . rialrntlne writes "Don't
u ;; ..' ..j. ..!. ..
HSK'tnat. me niratre managers arc en Tour tra
Bg-jltodelph Valentine a great Injury j Making day
Rrntlng new the pictures which of Wight, I
you
f.;rentl
Ltz. . i. 11 .. e .. ... .. i-
eh Valentine played a miner role?
for Instance, a few evenings age
rat' te ale a picture, In an Olney
tee, that Had .been advertised as
iph' . Valentine in '' rivoleus
RJ VrVTIllK U HIC liVDCflk iufj-
or mr, aiejiiine, tne neuse was
the first show running ever
oel. And I'm net afraid tn
J,i(it the wh61e, UOOwere keenly
aiapeiniru. inrrf wcrt! iniiiij- jieepin
li is,.uuienrp wne am net realize
I! It wii unr ui ' nicjuiuu n iirsi
I aitempii, ucnrr was nimcu some
aan. 1 heard net a few people
rk .that Valentine could hardly
!tMe return his popularity if he
I., te appear in such pictures.
virw was net vaien-
:;friM;irr.Thtn
WSmrnkt'utjriS'
(Xew listen, "I.erna," if you're the
bird 1 think you are, I feel very much
hurt tnat you uenia Hide under a nom
de typewriter and that you shouldn't
step in te see me when you came te
Philadelphia. I ve been trying te get
racK ever sjnee tneEe eiu nini-
rs In hngland nnd the Iile
but I've been a geed many
thousand miles te the ends of the rnrth
since then nnd mostly entirely out. of
teufih with civilization se that I've lest
touch with lets of geed friends. And
for that reason, tee. I've never seen
any of that film en the screen, hut I'm
anxiously waiting te see what kind of
scenery Tourneur puts Inte his "Lernn
Doen'' after the way you and I combed
that Bxmoer country. They won't find
Porlock and the Weir and the Three
Swana billiard room In Mlnehead out In
California, will they? Te say nothing
of the "atmosphere" we found there
and these wonderful games of, ahem!
ne'er in that little back room in Por
lock. Please come out of your anonymity
and tell me if I've spotted ,veu right.
I've already lUted "Tel'ablc David" as
tmnni the createst of modern film nre.
durtiens See, the review we published
OD n A nW AY Orr".?. -Snyd.1 Av.
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