Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 09, 1922, Night Extra, Image 19

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that Res Ingram la a wiaard aa.a
director? Of course, he may net come
up te the standard of the graaPt ill-
rector, Ve Alllle ; tuat is cieany uuu-
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"The movie fans rave ever; thta star,
they're fickle as the wind. They Idelise
another, and nlUth while never a word
de they utter praising the directors,
who, in my estimation, nre-tne true
cause fur the making of many a
cinema star. ....
"My this I de net intend te detract
from the ability of the actors and ac
tresses, but I de think that the direc
tors should be recognized as the chief
factors of successful pictures.
(It's geed te see the fans taking an
Increasing interest Mn the directors of
pictures. In nine cases out of ten, the
director makes or unmakes the suc
cess of the lllm play and' a geed di
rector can make even a mediocre per
son seem like a fine actor or actress and
can gloss ever the faults of an ordinary
story and meke it seem geed. '
T. Hayes Hunter was the director
of "Earthbnund." Yes. I consider Hex
Ingram one of the finest and most
artistic directors we have.)
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Charles Hutchinson, the daredevil of
the serials, writes me a geed -by note,
in which he says, "I am leaving for
Londen tomorrow (November 4), en
the Olympic, where I am going te
make some features -for an English
concern. Expect te be back about the
first el the year." That snows new
Teach Children Te Use
Cnficura Seap
Because It Is best for their tender
skins. Help it new and then whh
touches of Cutlcura Olntraentspplled
te first signs of redness or rough
nets. Cutlcura Talcum is also excel
lent for children.
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THE MOVli FAN'S
LETTERBOX
By HENRY M. NEELY
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Valentine fans and nnt I -Valentine
fans will be interested In the latest
fihase of his career. It Is summarized
n an article printed in the New Yerk
World yesterday. 'Ere 'tis:
"When the steamship France arrives
Saturday It will bring Charles de
Reche, thirty, n Frenchman, who is te
take the leading part in the important
Famous riayers-Lnskv motion pic
tine "A Srmnish Cavalier." a nart
wiiicli originally was given te liodelpb
Valentine.
"Valentine, who rose te fnme through
his appearance in 'The Four Horse
men' and several subsequent films
made by Famous Players, is definitely
'out' as a Famous I'layers star. He
voluntarily left the organization a
month age. The company new has
asked for an injunction te prevent htm
appearing in ether pictures. This in
junction will be heard In the Appellate
Division of the Supreme Court in about
two weeks.
"The World, learning of the pro
posed importation of Dc Reche, who is
said te be of the same type as Valen Valen
tieo, made inquiries both in this coun
try and abroad. It has learned that
while the Famous Players- Lasky Cor
poration hnd te keep Its venture a se
cret, it will attempt te transfer te Dc
Reche the popularity already attained
by Valentine. In order te glve this
venture every possible opportunity for
success, a nation-wide publicity cam
paign will be launched for the eunjr
actor shortly after he begins work en
his first (Urn here, 'The Lnw (if the
Lawless,' with Dorethy Dalten. Tills
picture will be made at the Leng Island
studio.
"De Reche first enme te the atten
tion of the Famous Players Company
tevcral months age when a motion pic
ture called 'Spanish Jade' was shown
here. Officers of the company in New
Yerk telegraphed Jesse h. Lasky, vice
president of the company, who was in
California, te see his work. This was
prier te public knowledge of difficulties
between Valentine and his employers.
"Mr. Lasky agreed with the New
Yerk executives and a quiet Investiga
tion was made as te the possibilities
of engaging him. When Mr. Lasky
was in Europe late this summer he
contracted with De Reche te come te
New Yerk and appear in 'The Spanish
Cavalier,' taking the part which had
been allotted te Valentine. It was en
this tour that Mr. Lasky contracted
with Pela Negri for her trip te
America.
"De Reche is said by picture men
here and abroad ,te be a handsome
chap, suited perfectly te step into parts
laid out for Valentine. . He is un
married, and has appeared in Paris in
such stage plays as 'Marthe.' He was
the Due de Ceranne in 'Iinperia' and
Deputy of Majoment in 'ulgellette.'
He was in a screen play with Rcnee
Lc Prince, the French star.
"Although no confirmation of the
ultimate aim of the company in this
respect could be obtained directly from
Famous Players executives yesterday,
It was learned beyond doubt that thin
uniaue experiment In the transfer of
popularity would be carried out. Much
en attempt has uever been made In pic
tures before.".
Q, E. D. writes: "Thousands of
hearts have been really uddened, I am
sure, by the news of Wallace Reid's
breakdown. Though I have never be
longed te his very strong personal fol
lowing, I certalnly echo the regret of
A. F. 8., 'se few things that are last
ing te show for his yesrs of work, se
few tbines commensurate wun ms real
ability.' I leek upon tblsis one of the
real aim tragedies,
"I wonder also if some of the fans
are net feeling deep regret for some of
the slams they have been handing blm.
Many causes hsve contributed te his
present condition, of course, but one
of these causes was surely the realiza
tion en his part that he was taking n
slump In his work and gradually losing
his popularity.
"Seme unpleasant things have been
said about Mm. I believe that DO per
cent of these slams and nracticallv nil
of the responsibility for his slump
should go te the producing company
which has been exploiting blm commer
cially at the expense of his artistic Ufa,
I wonder it we realize hew little the
majority of screen actors really have
te say In regard te what, or even hew,
they shall act?
"The nreducine company has nrnn.,1
that It Is in the moving picture
business first, last and nlwava te coin
money, net te develop the personalities
ana laients ei ninouieus young actor
who want te make for the public
worthwhile and artistic pictures.
"Personally I have never slammed
Retd, for which I am new thankful,
but I have been guilty, of throwing
brickbats at tome ethers; but I have
learned my lessen. I. tee. hav a n.
creed 'If you cant boost, knock, but
bit the fellow mat deserves it.' "
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In the upper picture" Glenn Hunter, recently seen here en the stage
in "Morten of the Movies," Is seen trying his hand at regular screen
heroics, u lu "The Four Horsemen." Melew Is the normal Glenn we
all knew, boyish and unaffected. The girl is Mary Aster
most te one person applauded the four
nets (they were the most senseless,
brainless, and every ether kind of less,
I have ever viewed), but the photo pheto phote
plav, 'The Leves of rharaW was
coldly received. Why, I de net under
stand. "Te me It wns beautiful in every
sense of the word. The noting left very
little indeed te be dctircd, the direct
ing wns superb, and nil in all I was
thrilled during the whole period In
which the picture was shown upon the
screen.
f'Thls wns my first opportunity of
seeing Jennings and his histrionic
ability, and it t 111 net be the Fast
time either, net by a long shot. Se
was the slave girl, Theenls, wonderful.
"neil, as the people were leaving
the theatre I did net hear one com
ment praising the picture.
"Yeu see, Mr. Neely, you are right
In jour statement that 'De Mllle Is
the grentest director and Lublttch the
worst.' but somehow I would rather
see the productions of the worst di
rector. "I saw Jehn Barrymore In 'Sherlock
Helmes.' Mr. Ilnrrymerc is a great, or
rather the greatest nrtnr, 1 admit, nut
still in his role of Sherlock Helmes,
he d.id net quite come up te my ex
pectations. There seemed te be homo home
thing lacking in bis portrayal of the
great detective. I sincerely believe that
Geerge Arllss would have scored a
success in thnt picture.
"New I will ask a few questions.
Could you plcute inform me as te who
was the director of the photoplay
'Earthbound'. Alse de you net think
suddenly things happen te you when
jeu are In the movies. Only about a
week age Hutch was here and I hnd
luuch with him. He spoke of his desire
te make features instead of sticking
te serials, but, at that time, he had
no dclinite contract In view. I'm sure
we will all wish him well. You'll
remember his "We-Get-'em Hutch,"
"Hurricane Hutch" and his present
"Speed" and you'll agree with me that
any man who has the nerve te de the
things he does deserves te get what
he wants. And, with it all, he's one
of the most natural and unassuming
chaps I have ever met. There Isn't
the slightest suggestion of the actor
about him and he never talks shop
unless you steer the conversation that
way.
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The following theatres obtain their pictures through
the STANLEY Company of America, which is a guarantee
of early showing of the finest productions. Ask tv. i,Q
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eiaiuey company ex America.
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DUSTIN FARNUM
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frJLAJ MATIN' KB DAILY
CHARLES RAY
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JOHNNY HINES
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LIONEL BARKYMUKt
In "THE FACE IN THE TOO"
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Wallace Reid and Lilit Lee
In "THE OHQST BHEAKiri...
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DOROTHY DALTON
In "THE SIREN OAtLH
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HARRY CAREY
In "THE KIOK-BACK"
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DOROTHY PHILLIPS
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reur dsilj' column, I reulil nnt but lielp
rradlnK your favorable criticism of the
production 'The Levts of .Phsrueli.'
Your crltlclKin of this picture prompted
me te see it and ,1 really sin greutly
in debt te you, sir.
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