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le have- Just mlsecd It some way
lacks class, I guess.
"I sce you mention William
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I knew Mr. Humphrey well even be
fore that when he wns en the speaking
Htiige lit n hepelcFS piece called "The
Imperial Divorce." I knew he went
with Vltagrnpli just after that and saw
him In a number of pictures, but then
I lest track of him. De you knew
anything about him new?"
(Humphrey hasn't quit the game by
any means. He has been directing, and
new I sea ha has gene back te the
crease paint and la cast in a picture
t'ntrcrsal Is making out In California.
I'm sorry that the Impression seems te
have been given here that I am wholly
condemnatory of Lillian Gish. I'm net,
really. I think she did very fair work
In "Wny Down East," but she used
exactly the same tricks in "Orphans,1'
and tliey seem te be the only tricks
she knew,s. I think she has n very
fnir ability, but that It is definitely
limited. Slip has. however, a very win
nine and eemnclllne personality, and
I bvlleve that Is what glosses ever
her defects with most people. They
like her they even love her extrava
gantl and they love everything she
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Menree Salisbury is still aetlne In
pictures. He was in a picture called
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ma Mrr hrr-r-r Ilka that. And
yet people atlil deibt the truth of
areams. . . . .
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)l. E. B. (of Bosten) writes: "For
give me for writing se seen again, but
Mm reference te Bosten's double-feature
habit touched me en the raw. I'erf'i'ty
terribV! H"W Bosten audiences ran Mt
through tliree solid heura, mostly punk,
I cannot see.
"I have sampled moving picture in
every big city from Bosten te San
Francisce, and my native city is quite
the lowest point in presentation. htis-
i"j. mus-'C and the quality of its audi- '
enres. I hate often wondered if it i 1
tie far-famed New England thrift that1
n ;ike them demand te much quantity '
f. r the price.
"But we hnve no column like yours
re feaeh us. Yeu will no doubt succeed
ent'iaHy in training your lieck te dis
titi:uih between 'oeks and acting
nbr.it", and I hope in time, also, te
judge the degree te which tery and
diif-t'T contribute. Met critics would,
be th better for knowledge en this
point. '
' Oinpnr. fe- 'n'tanrp, Marj Plek Plek
fenl in Thieiuli the B 1: Pour' an'!
Sfilla Maris'; t !-..irl"s Kay. 111 "I'll"
Bitn'termer' and "The Ceward' :
Unualas Feirbitnk-". in 'The Nut" and
'Tim Three Musketeers' ; Valentine. 1:1
'Beend the Beeks' and 'Bleed and .
Pand': Jehn Barrymore. in 'His WiM-
ling Xighf and 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. 1
IIde.'
"It is no reflection en the ability of ,
the actor, but a reason for net waiting
-tar material en trilling stories- and in
experienced and uneducated directors
"I. t.Nj. (bought 'The Created Ques
tion' the worst picture. I eer f-aw. pic pic
tenallj and morally."
l.lttle Millie Oh. yes; T just make
up all the letter that are printed here.
Once in a while, if a gnuine letter hap- ,
pens te come along. I pub Uh it e as ,
te ave mef the trouble of ftlnnii
that much " space. That's hew yours
happened te get In.
Margaret Sedden wai the Ma Bird- ,
-eng. in "Just Around the '"rner.
Yes; she made a mighty geed job of It. I
And I agree with jeu that fbeoderc .
Kosloff is a wonder.
Se ou Uilnk that Budle's pepularity1
is en the wane and that Bebert Frazer
Is taking his place. Pear, dear, leu
flappers certainly are fickle. But I m
net nt nil Mirnrised. The furore err
Budie wasn't based en a very seli. I
foundation and I111 later stories haven it
givn him much t-erieus cliancp. Will,
we'll see hew It turns out. Less than
n nr npn i ou all lieaned tens of re-
pren-hes and abuse en me becaice I
pointed out just the.se things about
Bi.die. And new you're nil comin, cemin,
right -about-face. I judge from m.-'in
recent letters that Frazer is te be tin;
next Tlanie of t'ie Flappers.
Boer chap !
I.'Etrangere (of Bosten 1 writes, "In
reply te M. E. F..' the ether nlglit von
referred te Bosten ns '(h pl.iee where
they pur two feature en the same bnl
and urfelc you with films.' Might be
tee much for you. I'll agree (you de
have mv svmpithj ' but for these,,f lts
who buv our seats -well, I'll leave it te
the fans if tiiev would b" bored by sm h
a bill ns, tj. Meighan in 'Our Lending
I'ltiren,' Marien Pinies in 'The "eung
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stepped out from one theatre dl
rertiv ir.tn another in the same block
"e g'wlH " I liear jeu eiclnlte, 'of lirr
own free will!
"VepI And the joke of It Is thnt in
'lie geed old dajs which m many i
our fans are recalling I used te s,"y
that only inibrciles could enjoy moving
pietiir".
"The first picture which T remember
hnvmg liked was 'The Ceward' with
I rank Keenan mid Charles Hut I
wisli they would Issue that again se
th.it I i mild spe if mr mature PHg
ni"tit would still approve I feel sire
that It would still be one of my 'Ist
ever '
"What has become of Douglas Mac.
Lean? The comedies which he and
Walter lllers and I 'eris yin did were
the finest I hae erer seen, particularly
the Sergeant Jrav story of Mr. Bine,
bar''' I have forgotten what they (all
(d It. ' !
"I hare te thank you for the nest
etijejiible eemtu' I had this jcar. when,
nfter leading . our opinion. I went n, hee,
(liie lilenwus P.n .' with Will ltngir. '
"till, li" ' if they could all be like
that, or 'The Three Musketeer-,' ei
'J'el'nble Pin id or 'Pirneli' '
"Pldii'l you tind 'Tlie t.lerr of
Clementina' dliiippidntitig? I'elij was
splendid, of course; it "as a penrh
of a role, but somehow J frit dissatis
fied, unconvinced Perhaps Lecke's
lories are tee subtle for the screen
De you think that Is It? If you have,
read 'The Mountebank,' de you think
It has qualities which could be trans
ferred te the screen, or would it be
ruined? I thought the story splen
did." fl'm nfrald Lecke la net for the
screen-at least I'd hate te see him
done en nreseut-day standards. T usei
the uerd "dune" advisedly. "The
lllnttu it rMeniAiiHtmV 'shnTVf1 Panlln I
Fredericks In probably her very finest
work but it wasn't Lecke.
Douglas MncLean Is still very much
in mole. Themas Ince announces
that he will release four or five Mac
Lean pictures this coming winter. I
think tim picture veu refer te was
"I',!' Hours Leave.'')
Tad. Jr. Ne you don't ! Yeu don't
get me into that V-ilentlne-Iteld con
troversy niraln. I had it once and it
was a .sufficiency, thanks!
I.. O C. writes: "I think your
judgment en most matters Is geed, but
can't sce why ,ou sny the things you
de about Lillian (JNh. Of course, jeu
have a right te jour opinion, but If
there has been any finer acting en the
screen for the last tin ce years than she
did in 'Way Pewn East' anil "Orphans
of the Storm' I would like te knew
who did It. ,lehn Barry mere calls her
'The American Bernhardt' and, while
I wouldn't go se fur ns te .say that.
I ''e think .lack ought te be a prett
fair judge, since he has seen some
'richt smart' noting In his daj .
"I think Pavld Griffith, tee, deservc.-i
the greutevt credit. He was the pio
neer in the 'Stupendous Production'
field, and the ethers get and are btill
getting Ideas from him.
"I de agree with you when you say
that Gleria Swanson gets worse all the
time. She must surely have reache 1
thn Uralt of her bad acting by new.
Ar l.-at there is some consolation in
tnat. is tlie really u Swede?
"What has become of Menree Salis
burj ': I thought he was an excellent
actor, bur I never see him any mere,
and I think the screen is indly in need
of geed 'be.'nr men," don't you?
"I am glad te see that se manr fans
like Cenrad Nagel. I have been watch
ing him for Fime time. 1 wasn't sure
I liked him at first, but either he has
improved greatly or I hae learned te
aprreeiate his work, I don't knew
which.
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