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A.burv 1'ark llfit Htiue Ce., 007 Cookman L'amiin Curran' Hhee Stere. 110 DiuaUway Kaalen Mar'. A'il NurttiMinpiun hi. HarrUhuri. -uniara. s I v. JHti. JoniKlewn Zanif'a. 5J0 Aluln St. Laiicaa.r Kryr. 3 Kaat lilnir tit. bravten I'wl A llellly. U Wyimiln Ar RTtMituLuit p lll.cii. 41(1 K. InJpndtiK WlildilUrr.wlf l'.-llurrrr-ia Public 6a. I Viul.-jp'u Caa Tuu , se Daily Mevie Magazine FOR THE FILM Barbara Castletdn TTr trWJ be'glad te puhthh the pte- urc e ut'A crcrn players as are sueacslcd by the fans a 44fSaiflBMf? HiaaaaP m N..' t?-aaSaaw 'fe- MMWH iMHB rWmHm ;i THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTERBOX By IIKNRY "Kcnry Meeney" I s'pee our real! name i Mlney Me, Isn't It? I'm serr;- you Insist en my opinion of "Berder- I Intnl. I started the day lull et nap- pluess and nptlmWm and here you go and ruin It. Hcddes I can't give nn absolutely definite opinion. I'd be tempted right new te say It Is the worst photoplay I have ever seen, but that's a sweeping statement, and 1 ought te allow no self at least six months' conning of my memory te tr te think of a worse one. Se far, I haven't Mirceedcd. I said some time age In u reie "IIuinz registered ray grievance I'll of the work of various directors th.it ask one little cucstien. What de u Paul Powe 1 was geed in his day, but i think of Shannen Dav, the little "ex tlmt the movies had passed hint by. i follies girl? I think "shcihas person- 'Berderlaml doe-n t maKe me retract that. Powell's "fantasy ' In this liltn Is merely the maudlin mooning of a department store lloerwalker. who is sure that Rebert Service writes peetrj. He lias no power tn picture spiritual Imager in any terms beyond tlies i learned in the horror- of n batgain-day i rush. And he projects them against a background of mjepir distortion of nlncty-elglit-cent wall-paper or the lithographs from the ten-cent picture ' fi-nrui iwitiutpi 'n.inlprlnnil" In pverv department direction. photography, ' '""h's, and her work in "North of the settings, spirit and continuity struck"'" ttrandc" was (inc. I'm going te me as being the perfect example of what a photoplay slieiiid net ue. "Just David" writes: "In rending ever the Letter Bex daily I foil te find any mention of Sessue Hayakawa, who I think is a wonderful actor, one of tue best en the screen, in fact.' ' "By the way, Henry, hew de you pronounce his name' De you biieeze It fir just naturally leugh It up? "Hew Is it that he Is making se few pictures lately and what is his lat tst : nlse W he Japanese or Chinese? About hew long has Hayakawa played en the screen and hew was his talent disreveied? Was he married in the United Stntcs or his native country? Please publish his address; as I should like te write te him and secure his pic ture if possible. "By the way, Henry, when you take Cynthia out te lunch ?n Ienday take her te some swell joint and net te the Put and Take; remember she Is a lad. 'Fess up, new ; you de eat In that joint once in a while, don't jeu?" (Always the day before each pay day. And I wouldn't for , the world have it known that I take Cynthia there because It would create an awful scandal. Hepe you I be a geed sport and keep it te yourself. our screen idol is a Jap and lie himself pronounces his name ns if it .. t.. V . r.....n. n.. .lln ,SlfttfS,,l Jltllt HITl OfPB LVU IS llfc '. .'.S- .jvj. HiBh-n-kah-w' (accent en the "High"). That's the Information I Ket straight from tin: man who acted as his guide en his Jast Knstcrn trip. He hasn't been milking pictures late- , ly because his contract ended and he . and his wife, Tsuru Aekl. went back, te Japan for a visit and, according te i latest Information, are new In hiding te escape the engennce of a sort of Jap , 1U 1UUX rw urn, w nose, inuiiiucra went 10 de a rapid fade-out en hlin because they think he has ruined Japan's world rep utation by playing w many villnlns' parts. Se there's no use trying te write te him. Hayakawa. went into pictures nbeut nine years age. lie came tp tins conn cenn try as an actor in a Japanese stock company, but left and entered the I'nl versity of. Chicago, te perfect his Eng lish. He became engaged te Tsuru Aekl, a Japanese actress, who was having success In Alms In California, and s,hc induced him -te try it, tee. Success and marriage both followed.) "Old-Timer" wrlUs: "I won't lay uny claim, te having seen the first pic ture ever produced or an; thing like that, but I de remember the first picture of nny length thut wub shown in our home town Ne, net 'l'hllly'; about 1000 miles f tiither west. "It was a regular 'Main s'rect' town, two geed movies en the fualn street. "Thanbeuser was my tjicclnl favorite just then, mainly because of James Cru7e. who then plbjOdfJeadh for It; trusty Jack ItlchardseiitwaH the heavy. Maybe he viiHii'trthO lid. bad man! Anjviy. the picture' vfafIllder Hug gaid's story. "Tfss utiI,Jesx.i Paul inu Ilusii unci Jerraljn ft'an Trump had the leads. After, tUtlng half , way through the picture fit ignc,ame en the rcreen, "Seceud.jiikl lijt 'rftirt shown tomorrow evenlngSr' Tfe "jeult was I had te kid my lilt' ister iite another dime for tlm next nightr Hut imagine doing that in this day and age. For tunately they don't. "Coming back te modern times, Isn't it line te hear nil the letfers boosting the news weeklies, I'nthe, and se ort? I used te imagine I was queer because they appealed te me. Se many people snv thev make them weary. I can't think of a mere interesting thing than feeing before your eyes places unci events that ,"u lead of dally. "And some time Age who was it in our column (bound leenU"it, 'euretfll rather possessive. In, ''but riilte-te ' E !VEOTNG PTIBLiq FAN'S SCRAPBQOK M. XKELT feel it is ours all of us that write te and read it) said, better music Well, let's all echo it. Down town in : me liener places tney de get it. nut . i in the ncichborheod houses it's awful, I "New, heaven knows I have no musi- leal education; neither have ninny of ' u, but I rebel sometimes at hearing the same jnrz played for weddings, parties . ' "' sudden deaths. Yeu knew, Henry, that a man enn't die with any dignity j , te the 'trains of '(icergia.' Yet It's j done most every evening in our neigh- borheod house. Why will they de it? i ity and leuks. New. urn I rizht or wrong.' Wliatcvui en nv peps. Miiv be I But I am getting like scores of ' ethers te depend en your keen judg- ' meiit, se when you get around te read wg tl'is, wnj, answer my question, I plense." I x dm glnd te welcome e:i back te1 our column. Yeu bet it's .irs. And' Im se glad tn hjive some one notice little Shannen Day. She seems te me te be sininlv huhhilnp nver wlfti vinusl. keel) mv eve en tier, nml )ierp'n wish jng her success, for we need some new bleed in the movies. I've cut out jour P. S., but I want ' tO SaV- I don't cnncilrlie. 11 n (limit, it' a I a premise I'd like you te keep;) "Lnlune" Jinny' thanKs. It would be highly unethical te print your com parison with my mere famous con temporary, but them kind welds Is ap preciated. And I'm se glad -te know knew that in jour previous letter you wrote it "clear ejed" ititcad of "blear eyed. ' Because I'm really net. you knew; haven't been for (luite a long thue new. "I Wonder" writes: "Last night I saw Agnes Ayres in 'Borderland.' Bather geed, but wiry waste such a brilliant actor as Milten Sills in Mich it small anil insicnlficnnt nnrt tin. I husband? He had hacdly anything te I de. but I'd rather see him doing nothing than Agnes Ayres in nethiiK "Agnes was better as Hern Beckett than as the modern heroine. Probably because shn wa,s playing n dead one. What Miss Ayres lacks is sincerity. She is like the little bird who enn sine, but won't. Toe bad, because, she must have I I , f, I ,. I , , , - " ; --- u - aPI,arent .IJW u cvw n6t,ce Umt gh 0nc expression for every emotion, that ' ' 1 Make Cuticura Your Daily Toilet Seap Clear the perei of impurities by dally use of Cuticura Seap and oc casional touches of Cutlcbre Oint ment at needed. They axe ideal for the toilet at is also Cuticura Talcum for powdering and perfuming. I.U a rn.VrM.lJ. 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Fer Instance, If your child is burnlnir, and ;ou eaten your lower lip, you leek mere' ns If you're crylnj; for n lollypop thnn as )' you cre nn anguished mother. "The ktery of the deud uemau is supposed te take place seventy years nge and jet vhen Agnes is running uu ay with her captain lever, she puts en her lint, picks, up her bag and blithely steps evcr te n button and puts the light out. I didn't knew that elec tricity was In existence seventy years age. Hew come? "The scenes of the lire nml of the Borderland were very impressive. But Agnes Ayres ! Ouch ! ' ti ' ' "There have been .many beauty contests for the girls, I really de think the men ought te get n chance at 'It. What about having n 'handsome man' contest? What de you say, sUelk2. "Ve. I'm net n man. "I nNe nw 'Nice People.' The fame evening, tee. Very, very geed. Hcbc Daniels ought te be proud of her acting In it. I never liked her before, but 1 think 8he is great. Wallace Rcld, se se "I noticed that Hebe Dn an overcoat, and se did Cei: Daniels were nrad Xnglc when they stepped at the country house, although the trees were in full bloom, and in the later scenes Bebe rum around with just overalls. I wonder when the movies will cca te be movies and become. true-teHfe pictures." (Te think that it has come te this te the point where I can calmly rend Mich croe-cl things about my once darling Agnes Ayres and net feel im pelled te contradict one of them J But it's n fact. Agnes reminds me of a lest child who can't quite remember where it was she started out te go. The suggestion of a contest for hand mme men intrigues me. It's the only thing that would Induce me te print my own picture that is, of course, if tlif.v offered ft booby prize. Yeu sure are the keen-eyed picker when it emnes te flaws in films, aren't ?.x".? Idldn't..neU'e til0M mistakes In "Nice People." But then neither did I notice that it was "very, very geed." 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