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Image from page 226 of "Motion Picture Studio Directory and Trade Annual (1916)" (1916)

Identifier: motionpicturestu00moti

Title: Motion Picture Studio Directory and Trade Annual (1916)

Year: 1916 (1910s)

Authors: Motion Picture News, Inc.

Subjects: Motion Pictures Film Industry Yearbook nyarc-museumofmodernart

Publisher: New York, Motion Picture News, Inc.

Contributing Library: The Museum of Modern Art Library, New York

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SCOTT SIDNEY I DIRECTOR Action Specialist THE PROOF OF THE MAN IS IN HIS PRODUCT Pending Paramount Releases:WHERE ANYTHING MAYHAPPEN HER OWN PEOPLE Recent Triangle Releases: BULLETS AND BROWN EYES THE DESERTER THE GREEN SWAMP MATRIMONY WILLIES WOBBLY WAY THE HIGH-BALL THE WINGED IDOL WAIFS 1 -With Lenore Ulrich —With Bessie Barriscale —With Charles Ray —With Bessie Barriscale and Bruce McRae —With Julia Dean -With Willie Collier —With Katharine Kaelread—With Jane Gray WILLIAM DESMOND TAYLOR, DIRECTOR, MOROSCO


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MUCH of the success of a number of Morosco subjects made during thepast year must be attributed to the direction of William Desmond Taylor.He has been in charge of filming Pasquale with George Beban as star;Davy Crockett and The Parson of Panamint which stars Dustin Farnum,and the adaption of the E. P. Roe story He Fell in Love With His Wife. Mr. Taylor is an Irishman, born April 26, 1877. He was educated at theClifton College, England, and did his first dramatic work in the British Isleswith Charles Hawtry. For five seasons Mr. Taylor played with Fanny Daven-port, and after this was with a number of different productions each for oneseason. His last work on the legitimate stage was with Katherine Kidder.In all he spent fifteen years in dramatic work before entering the motion picturefield. _ His first screen work was for Thomas H. Ince at the New York Motion PictureCorporation Studio. From there he went to Vitagraph where he played in anumber of short subjects, and was featured in th



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