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Movie Weekly 

Index of Articles 

on Performers 

1921-1925 



Bruce Long 



JEAN ACKER 
"Rudolph Couldn't Have Treated Me Worse." (October 28, 1922). 
Tarrington, Thomas. "Will Fur Fly when Two Mrs. Valentinos 
Meet?" (March 3, 1923). 

DORA MILLS ADAMS 
"From Concert Stage to Silent Drama." (December 3, 1921). 

RENEE ADOREE 
"Cupid Hits Tom Moore." (March 12, 1921). 

MARY ALDEN 

Hall, Gladys. "A New Secret About Women." (January 5, 192*0. 

DIANA ALLEN 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Should Stars Indulge in Trial Marriages?" 
(March 3, 1923). 

MAY ALLISON 
Mabrey, Ruth. "Vacations in Married Life are Necessary. 1 " 

(April 19, 192*0. 
Cannon, Regina. "Marriage was Not Enough to Make Me Happy.*" 

(June 7, 192>+). 

MARY ANDERSON 
Blenton, Billie. "Common Sense — Separation and Divorce." 
(August 19, 1922). 

FERN ANDRA 
Barton, Niles. "Adventure." (September 30, 1922). 

ROSCOE ARBUCKLE 
Ar buckle, Roscoe. ^The Amazing Adventures of 'Fatty' Ar buckle." 

(April 30, 1921-May 21, 1921). 
Arbuckle, Minta Durfee. "The True Story about My Husband." 

(December 2h y 1921). 
Arbuckle, Roscoe. "Roscoe Arbuckle Tells His Own Story." 

(December 31, 1921). 
Handy, Truman B. - "Arbuckle is Now' Almost Completely Dependent 

upon His Friends." (July 29, 1922). 
Palmer, Constance. "I'm Broke." (July 29, 1922). 
Balch, David A. "Will the Public Accept 'Fatty' Arbuckle?" 

(January 20, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Has the Public Turned 'Thumbs Down* on 

Fatty Arbuckle?" (January 27, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Hays Washes His Hands of Arbuckle Affair." 

(February 3, 1923). 
"Readers Clash over Arbuckle Case." (February 10, 1923). 
Kapitz, Elizabeth. "Woman Church Member Makes Strong Plea for 

Arbuckle." (March 31, 1923). 
Gordon, James Craig. "What is 'Fatty' Arbuckle Holding Back?" 

(August h, 1923). 



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GEORGE ARLISS 
Blenton, Billle. "Disraeli Alive Again in the Person of 

George Arliss." (July 16. 1921). 
Hastings, Charles Edward. '"Die Dramatic Story of George 

Arliss' Career." (January lV, 1922-January 28, 1922). 

MARY ASTOR 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Travelling the Road to Success." 

(September 9, 1922). 
Hall, Gladys. "What I Think of the Men of Today." (May 12, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "I Don't Want to Play a Luring Lady." 

(July h t 1925). 

EDWIN AUGUST 
Leslie, Arthur. "How a Movie Star's Diamond Exploded." 
(January 20, 1923). 

AGNES AYRES 
Ayres, Agnes. "Recollections of Agnes Ayres." (June *+, 1921- 

June 11, 1921). 
Ayres, Agnes. "How it Feels to be a Star." (August 20, 1921). 
Ayres, Agnes. "Women Don't Love Cavemen." (October 15, 1921). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Agnes Ayres has a New Pal." 

(February 10, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Do Women Like to be Pursued?" (April l 1 *, 1923). 

WILLIAM BAILEY 
Cannon, Regina! ''Can a Woman Marry Any Man She Wants?" 
(September 22, 1923). 

LEAH BAIRD 
Balch, David A. "Make Divorce Easy for Women — But Hard for 
Meni" (June 30, 1923). 

VILMA BANKY 
Service, Faith. "Enter Miss Banky from Budapest." (April 18, 1925). 

THEDA BARA 
"Iheda Bara's Life Romance." (December 31, 1921-January 7, 1922). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "I'm Going Back to Vamping." 

(October 28, 1922). 
Balch, David A. "Famous Movie Vamp Plays New Role — That of 

Editor." (June 2, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys. "The Real Theda Bara at Hone." (June 2, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Why I Don't Want Theda Bara to Return to 

the Screen." (June 2, 1923). 
Vandercook, John W. "Theda Bara Returns to the Screen." 

(June 21, 192*0. 

Tj. ROY BARNES 
Conklin, Julia! "Can an Actor Stay Good?" (September 1, 1923). 

WESLEY BARRY 
Talley, Alma. "Sure, I Get Mash Notes." (January 20, 1923). 
"Red Hair and Freckles." (April 23, 1921). 



ETHEL BARRYMORE 
Levinson, Lewis F. "The Dramatic Loves of the Barrymores." 
(February 25, 1922). 

JOHN BARRYMORE 
Levinson, Lewis F. "The Dramatic Loves of the Barrymores." 

(March h, 1922). 
Dexter, Charles E. "John Barrymore Will Return to the Screen." 

(March 17, 1923). 
Brody, Catherine. "The Youngest of the Barrymores." 

(September 26, 192?). 

LIONEL BARRYMORE 
Levinson, Lewis F. "The Dramatic Loves of the Barrymores." 

(February 2?, 1922). 
Rochester, Paul. "Does Screen Success Destroy Romance?" 

(February 17, 1923). 

RICHARD BARTHELMESS 
"When I was a Little Boy." (June 18, 1921). 
"A Kiss — That Means Business." (December 17, 1921). 
Barthelmess, Caroline H. "The Happy Struggles of Dick 

Barthelmess to Popular Star." (April 8, 1922). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Dick Barthelmess' Happy Struggles to Star." 

(April 15, 1922). 
Barthelmess, Richard. "Sailing with Death on the High Sea. 

(October 7, 1922). 
Mclvor-Tyndall, Margaret. "Richard Barthelmess Preaches a 

Sermon." (January 13, 1923). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "Has the Technique of Love- Making Changed?" 

(September 8, 1923). 
England, John. "A Day in the Studio with Richard Bar the lmess." 3/29^ 
Balch, David A. "Did Jealousy, the Green-Eyed Monster, Cause 

Break between Gish and Barthelmess?" (April 12, 192M. 
Hall, Gladys. "Richard Barthelmess 1 Leading Lady." 

(November 1, 192*+). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Richard Barthelmess." (January 17, 1925). 
Barthelmess, Richard. "The True Story of My Life." 

(March lh, 1925-May 16, 1925). 

JOSEPH BATTINELLI 
Balch, David A. "From East Side Gangster to Movie Actor." 
(June 7, 192!+). 

MIRIAM BATTISTA 
Cannon, Regina. "When I Grow Up." (September 8, 1923). 

WARNER BAXTER 
Greenwood, Grace. "An Actor Should Marry Only for Love." 
(July 28, 1923). 

NOAH BEERY 
Kingsley, Grace. "He Steals the Picture." (August 2, 192W). 



MADGE BELLAMY 
Kingsley, Grace. "How I Got My Chance on the Screen." 

(January 13, 1923) 
Bellamy, Madge. "The Screen as a Career for a Girl" 

(February 3, 1923-March 17, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Why Girls are Afraid to Marry." 

(January 19, 192 l +). 

CONSTANCE BENNETT 
Cather, Helen. "Her Father's Daughter." (June 13, 1925). 

CRAIG BIDDLE. JR. 
Kingsley, Grace. "Millionaire Merton of the Movies." 

(April 28, 1923). 
Tarrington, Thomas. "Millionaire 'Merton 1 Strikes for Fifty 

Dollars a Day." (June 16, 1923). 

CONSTANCE BINNEY 
Cannon, Regina. "I 'm Saving My Pennies for a Rainy Day." 

(February 17, 1923). 
Binney, Constance. "How I Danced Myself into the Camera." 
(February 12, 1921). 

FAIRE BINNEY 
Kutner, Nanette. "Can Charm be Acquired?" (February 23, 192W). 

MONTE BLUE 
"A Cowboy on Broadway." (March 19, 1921). 
Jamieson, Scott. "From Punching Cattle to Featured Player." 

(August 27, 1921). 
Carlisle, Helen. "Monte and Tove — A Love Story." 

(January 2>+, 1925). 

BETTY BLYTHE 
Blythe, Betty. "My First Love in the Latin Quarter— Paris." 

(February 19, 1921). 
"Her Rise to Dazzling Heights." (April 30, 1921). 
"Screen Career is Hard Work." (December 30, 1922). 
Hall, Gladys. "Do Handsome Leading Men Cause Marital Discontent?" 

(March 31, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys. "What Paris Meant to Me." (October 27, 1923). 
Blythe, Betty. "The True Story of My Life." (July 12, 192^- 

August 30, 192>+). 

ELEANOR BOARD MAN 
Fletcher, Adele Wnitely. "It isn't What She Wanted." 
(May 2, 1925). 

PRISCILLA BONNER 
Carlisle, Helen. "The Girl Who Lost and the Girl Who Won." 
(September 19, 1925). 



CLARA BOW 
Balch, David A. "I Cried, and the Director Hugged Me." 

(March 17, 1923). 
Johnston, J. L. "Die Sort of Man I Could Love." (April 15, 192*0. 
Talley, Alma. "What a Flapper Thinks About." (November 15, 192*0. 

ALICE BRADY 
"Should the Star System Go?" (February 19, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "'Dad' said Grand Opera but Alice Brady said 

'Nay.'" (November 5, 1921). 
"The True Story of Alice Brady and Jimmy Crane." (January 7, 1922). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Can a Woman Love Two Men at the Same Time?" 

(February 2*f, 1923). 
Levien, Sonya. "Diary of a Scenario Writer on Location with 

Alice Brady." (May 12, 1923-May 26, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Are Men Stars More vain than Women?" 

(September 29, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Why Screen Fame is so Fleeting." 

EVELYN BRENT 
Kingsley, Grace. "Separate Occasionally but Not Too Often." 
(September 29, 1923). 

BETTY BRONSON 
Carlisle, Helen. "The Story of Betty Bronson." (September 20, 192*0, 

EDWARD BURNS 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Postum Salesman Now Connie's Leading 
Man. ft (October l*f, 1922). 

BILLIE BURKE 
"Her Many Loves of Stage and Screen." (March 12, 1921). 

FRANCIS X±. BUSHMAN 

Hall, Gladys. "Can Francis X. Bushman Come Back?" 

(December 9, 1922). 
Talley, Alma. "Bushman to Play Villain in 'Ben Hur'." 

(March 8, 192*0. 

MAE BUSCH 
Hall, Gladys. "The Way to Deal with Men." (October 20, 1923). 

ORVILLE CALDWELL 
Balch, David I". "The Man Elinor Glyn Called 'Perfect'." 
(July 5, 192*0. 

Stei nmitz? S^ L £ ? U , ?y " Have Tea with Alice Calhoun." 
(February 19, 1923). 

CATHERINE CALVERT 
Talley, Alma. "Back to Her Old Love." (October 22, 1921). 



JUNE CAPRICE 

_ Secret Romanc_ 

(January 1»+, 1922). 



"The Secret Romance_of June Caprice and Harry Millarde." 



HARRY CAREY 
"Monarch of All He Surveys." (October 22, 1921). 

LUCILLE CARLISLE 
"Kisses That were Real." (August 26, 1922). 

MARY CARR 
"The World's Greatest Women are the Greatest Mothers." 

(March 5, 1921). 
Talley, Alma. "Why I Think Modern Dancing is Improper." 

(February 10, 1923). 

ENRICO CARUSO 
Jose, Edward. "Caruso in the Movies," (October 1, 1921). 

IRENE CASTLE 
Jamieson, Scott. "Irene Castle and Her Mountain Home." 
(August 6, 1921). 

BARBARA CASTLETON 
Hall, Gladys. "Are There Thrills in Movie Love-Making?" 
(January 27, 1923). 

JUNE CASTLETON 
"Queen of the Follies." (July 22, 1922). 

HELENE CHADWICK 
"Team Work in the Movies." (October 8, 1921). 
Goldschmidt, Ned. "Lunchtime in the Biograph Studio." 
(June 28, 192 1 *). 

LON CHANEY 
Kings ley, Grace. "The Better I Get, the Worse I Look." 

(April 21, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "I Never Forget That I Was Once Poor." 

(September 29, 1923). 

CHARLES CHAPLIN 
"'Gay Paree 1 and the Great Comedian." (November 5, 1921). 
Sheridan, Clare. "Charlie Chaplin~A Soul Tragedy." 

(April 15, 1922). 
Chaplin, Charles. "My Trip Abroad." (May 6, 1922- 

June 17, 1922 Suspended prior to completion). 
"The Loves of Charlie Chaplin." (May 27, 1922). 
Handy, Trunan B. "Who is Charlie Chaplin's Mother?" 

(June 17, 1922). 
Kelly, T .Howard. "Doug and Mary to Chaperone Pols and 

Charlie on Honeymoon Cruise." (January 13, 1923). 
Tarrington, Thomas. "Will Doug, Mary and Charlie Quit 

Screen?" (February 17, 1923). 
Chaplin, Charles. "How I Found Jackie Coogan." (March 2U, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Why Pola Negri Quarreled with Charlie 

Chaplin." (March 31, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Comedian and Artist are Rivals for Pola's 

Hand." (April 21, 1923). 



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Kingsley, Grace. "What Is Charlie Chaplin's Secret for 

Fascinating Women?" (June 9, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Charlie Chaplin Predicts a Revolution in 

Movieland." (October 27, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Chaplin— The Glorious Clown." (December 19, 192V). 
Douglas, Clemence. "I Think Marriage is Terrible J" 

(March 29, 192*+). 

NAOMI CHILDERS 
"Censorship Will Not Hurt Screen Writers—but Will Hurt the 

Directors." (May 21, 1921). 
Southey, Julia. "My Baby is My Greatest Asset." (December 9, 1922). 

MARGUERITE CLARK 
"She Only Works in the Good Old Summertime." (April 2, 1921). 
"Where Your Old Screen Favorite is Now." (May 3, 192*+). 

ETHEL CLAYTON 
"Ethel Clayton— Her Moods and Fancies." (March 26, 1921). 

LEW CODY 
Pake, Marie. "Lew Cody--The Butterfly Man." (April 16, 1921). 
Brown, H.J. "The Most Misunderstood Man in the World." 

(December 16, 1922). 
Hall, Gladys. "Six Ways to Attract a Woman." (May 19, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys. "What is a Playboy?" (October 18, 192*+). 

VINCENT COLEMAN 
Talley, Alma. "Should Screen Stars Indulge in Trial Marriages?" 
(March 3, 1923). 

BDSTER COLLIER 
Cross, Joan. "The Heart of Young William Collier." (June 20, 1925). 

MAE COLLINS 
Mabrey, Ruth. ''Must One Have Suffered to Portray Emotion?" 
(April 28, 1923). 

RONALD COLMAN 
Mabrey, Ruth. "What Every Actor Needs Most." (June 1^, 192V). 
Gish, Dorothy. "Ronald Colman Minus His Greasepaint." 
(March lV, 1925). 

BETTY COMPSON 
"From Obscurity to Fame in a Single Picture." (February 26, 1921). 
"Betty Compson in New York." (March 19, 1921). 
Compson, Betty. "Is it Worth the Cost?" (July 30, 1921- 

August 6, 1921). 
Compson, Betty. "What is Hollywood Really Like?" (March V, 1922). 
"Life Story of Betty Compson." (October 1*+, 1922). 
Talley, Alma. "Do Men Still Like the Cld-Gashioned Girl?" 

(February 3, 1923). 
Austin, Anne. "Spirit of Dead Director Haunts Screen Star." 

(March 31, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "If I Had My Life to Live Over Again." 

(November 10, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "Betty Compson Will Wed Movie Director in Old 

Mining Camp." (March 29, 192*0. 



Compson, Mary Elizabeth. "Betty Compson Under Fire. "(July 29, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Why I've Decided at Last to Marry." 
(December 29, 1923). 

THELMA MORGAN CONVERSE 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Society Woman May Risk Loss of Husband to 

Enter Movies." (May 26, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Mrs. Vanderbilt's Twin Sister." (August 23, 

192*0 . 

JACKIE COOGAN 
"Jackie Coogan — Famous at Five." (March 12, 1921). 
Lynne, Frankie. "How Jackie Coogan Borrowed a Quarter From 

Charlie Chaplin." (April 30, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "Jackie Coogan Earns $1,000,000 before He is 

Eight." (October 21, 1922). 
Coogan, Jackie. "Ihe Really- Truly Story of My Life." 

(December 30, 1922). 
"I Like to Eat and I Like to Go to Pictures." (May 28, 1921). 
Warnerby, Charles. "Child Screen Star's Career a 20th Century 

Fairy Tale." (February 10, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "What I Think of Girls." (March 10, 1923). 
Coogan, Jackie. "How it Feels to Be an Editor." (March 2k, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Jackie Coogan — Wonder Boy of the World." 

(March 2k, 1923). 
Coogan, Jackie. "How I am Training My Father for the Movies." 

(March 2k, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "How I Found Jackie Coogan." (March 2*+, 1923). 

A/KNB CORNWALL 
Talley, Alma. "Life is Full of Danger." (July 18, 1925). 

MAURICE COSTELLO 
Costello, Maurice. "The Fickleness of Fate." (November 19, 1921- 
November 26, 1921). 

MARGUERITE COURTOT 
Talley, Alma. "How I Intend to Make My Marriage a Success." 
(May 12, 1923). 

JAMES CRANE 
"Alice Brady's Former Husband Flirts with Matrimony." 
(June 2*+, 1922). 

JOAN CRAWFORD 
Cross, Joaru "Name Her and V.in $1000." (March 28, 1925). 

DACIA 
Roberts, W. Adolphe. "American Movies are Wildi" (June 2, 1923). 

HELENA D'ALGY 
Cannon, Regina. "Who is the Girl on the Cover?" (January 19, 
192>+). 

DOROTHY DALTON 
Atkinson, P.L" "Ire Women Naturally Lawless?" (April lk, 1923 ). 



VIOLA DANA 
Kings ley, Grace. "Why I Shall Never Marry Again." (August 18, 
1923). 

BEBE DANIELS 
Lynne, Frankie. "Men Who Have Made Love to Bebe." (March 26, 1921). 
Daniels, Bebe. "How I Broke into the Movies." (April 2, 1921). 
"Behind the Bars with Bebe Daniels." (May 28, 1921). 
"Youth Confesses Plot to Kill Bebe Daniels." (June 17, 1922). 
"Why I Never Married." (December 2, 1922). 
Cannon, Regina. "Bebe Offers Prize for Original Question." 

(January 13, 1923). 
Daniels, Bebe. "I Will Give a Prize for the Most Original 

Question." (March 31, 1923). 
Daniels, Bebe. "High School Girl Wins Bebe Daniels Contest." 

(June 2, 1923). 
Daniels, Bebe. "Bebe Daniels Forsakes Camera For Editorial 

Chair." (June 23, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Bebe Daniels First to Give Interview over 

Radio." (June 23, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Bebe Daniels as Her Friends Know Her." 

(June 23, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Would I Marry a Poor Man?" (March 1, 192m-). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Home Life^of Bebe Daniels. " (July 5, 192m-). 
Cannon, Regina. "Bebe with Her Back to the Camera." 

(October M-, 192m-}. 
Daniels, Bebe. "The True Story of My Life." (July 25, 1925- 

September 12, 192?). 

MONA DARKFEATHER 
Murfin, Olivet "Faded Shadows." (November 5, 1921). 

GRACE DARMOND 
Kingsley, Grace. "Men I Have Loved and Who Have Loved Me." 
(August «t, 1923). 

MARION DAVIES 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Broadway Lures Blonde Heroine from the 

Silver Sheet." (May 20, 1922). 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Marion Davies Denies Shooting Mixup — 

Sues for Libel." (August 26, 1922). 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Marion Davies Spends a Million a Picture." 

(December 9, 1922). 
Davies, Marion. "What Screen Fame Means to Me." (March 3, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "How Long Must a Girl Wait for Screen Fame?" 

(August IS, 1923). 
Davies, Marion. "Hello FansJ" (March 15, 192m-). 
Talley, Alma. "Just a Regular Girli" (March 15, 192m-). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "The King and Queen of the Movies." (March 15, 192m- ). 
Davies, Marion. "The True Story of My Life." (August 30, 192h— 

October 11, 192m-). 



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MILDRED DAVIS (also see Harold Lloyd) 
"Fresh from the Schoolroom." (May 7, 1921). 
Jamieson, Scott. "Will Mildred Davis Follow in the Footsteps 
of Bebe Daniels?" (October 21, 1922). 

SHANNON DAY 
Talley, Alma. "Why a 'Follies 1 Girl Can Get a Rich Husband." 
(May 5, 1923). 

MARJORIE DAW 
"Marjorie Daw Engaged to Johnny Harron." (January 28, 1922). 

PEDRO DE CORDOBA 
Hall, Gladys. "How Spanish Men Make Love." (January 12, 1921+). 

MARGUERITE DE LA MOTTE 
Kingsley, Grace. "How I Got My Chance on the Screen." 
(January 27, 1923). 

RUBYE DE REMER 
Cannon, ReginaT ""Sow Beauty Can be a Handicap on the Screen." 

(March 10, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "How a Rich Young American Coal Baron tfon 

the Heart of a Beautiful Screen Star." (May 3, 192*0. 
Cannon, Regina. "Why I Married a Rich Man." (June 21, 192*+). 

CHARLES DE ROCHE 
Kingsely, Grace. "New Male Screen Star Comes from Overseas." 
(January 13, 1923). 

PRISCILLA DEAN 
Toombs, Maude Robinson. "Life Story of Priscilla Dean." 
(May 21, 1921- May 28, 1921). 

JACK DEMPSEY 
Kingsley, Grace. "Heavyweight Champion Doffs Ring Togs, 

Dons Movie Make-Up. " (May 2h, 192^). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Jack Dempsey and Estelle Taylor." (June 13, 192?). 

CAROL DEMPSTER 
Blenton, Billie. "The Story of the Whimsical Heroine in 

'Dream Street'." (August 13, 1921). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Card Dempster Tells Why She Never hsd a 

Sweetheart." (February 10, 1923). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "It isn't the Cost of Clothes that Counts." 

(March 29, 192^). 

REGINALD DENNY 
June, Jenny. "Reginald Denny's Real Life Romance." (June *+, 1921). 
Tarrington, Thomas. "I do Not Massage My Facei" (August h, 1923). 



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IRENE DELROY 
Cannon, Reglna. "Who is the Girl on the Cover?" (January 12, 
192M. 

RICHARD DIX 
"Team Work in the Movies." (October 8, 1921). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Richard Dix— Coming Star and Vhy. " 

(April 29, 1922). 
Dix, Richard. "Life Story of Richard Dix." (September 16, 1922). 
Dix, Richard. "Killing a "Wild Cat in the Arizona Mountains." 

(August 11, 1923-August 18, 1923). 
Rivers, Dana. "It's the Women Who are to Blame." (January 5, 

192W). 
Dix, Richard. "A Message to the Fans." (May 10, 192*+ ). 
Balch, David A. "The Most Popular Man in the Movies." 

(May 10, 192*0 . 
Wilson, Lois. "What I Think of Richard Dix." (May 10, 192 1 +>. 

JOHN DREW 
Blenton, Billie. "Will John Drew Break into the Movies?" 
(November 12, 1921). 

SIDNEY DREW 
Drew, Mrs. Sidney. "My Husband." (April 16, 1921-April 30, 1921). 

IVY DUKE 
"The Mary and Doug of English Films Coming to America." 
(April 19, 1921) 

MISS DUPONT 
Pierce, F. Scott. "Miss Dupont's Strange Romance." (July 29, 1922). 

EDWARD EARLE 
Silver, Milton. "Real Movie Stars not Made — They Make 
Themselves." (May 26, 1923). 

BREEZY EASON 
"Little Breezy Eason and His Meteoric Career." (April 2, 1921). 

MARY EATON 
Mabrey, Ruth. "Why the Follies Prevented Me from Marrying." 

(August 25, 1923). 
Kutner, Nanette. "The Natural Girl is Worst Kind of Vamp." 

(March 15, 192>+). 

HELEN JEROME EDDY 
Lynne, Frankie. "The Art of Being Someone Else." (July 16, 1921). 

ROBERT ED ESPN 
Willis, Victoria. "Studio Lights Cause Hollvwood's Excesses." 
(July 16, 1921). 

FLORENCE ELDRIDGE 
Marvin, Courtenay. "Why I Love to Spend Money." (July 7, 1923). 



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ELINOR FAIR 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Why I Don't Want to be Famous." (March 10, 
1923). 

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS 
Fairbanks, Douglas. "Laugh and Live." (February 12, 1921- 

April 12, 1921). 
"Is *0ur Mary' Married? — Attorney General Says, No!" 

(March 12, 1921). 
Fairbanks, Douglas. "The Luckiest Man Will Win." (June 25, 

1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "America's Sweetheart in New York and 'Doug'." 

(September 2h, 1921). 
"Welcome Home to Mary and Doug." (January 7, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Mary and Doug Talk 'Turkey'." (January 28, 

1922). 
Tarring ton, Thomas. "Will Doug, Mary and Charlie Quit Screen?" 

(February 17, 1923). 
Fairbanks, Douglas. "No Man Knows the Strain I was under in 

Creating and Acting Robin Hood." (October 28, 1922). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Doug Wants to Play Taming of Shrew with 

Mary — But Mary Just Won't be Tamed." (November h, 1922). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Doug and Mary to Chaperone Pola and 

Charlie on Honeymoon Cruise." (January 13, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Will the Screen Debut of Douglas Fairbanks, 

Jr. Injure His Father's Popularity?" (August h. 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "So This is BagdadJ" (October 20, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Doug and Mary in New York." (March 29, 192^). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview Mr. & Mrs, 

Fairbanks." (August 23, 192W). 
Coryell, Hubert W. "How Doug Gets Away with Murder." 

(June 6, 192 5- June 13, 1925). 

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. JR. 
Balch, David A. "Will the Screen Debut of Douglas Fairbanks, 

Jr. Injure His Father's Popularity?" (August W, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Sure. I'll do Stunts." (September 8, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Just Like His Dad.'" (December 22, 1923). 
Carlisle, Helen. "Why Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Wants to Change 

His Name." (September 12, 1925). 

DUSTIN FARNUM 
Ludlam, Helen. "Talking ftbout Cld Times with Bill and Dustin." 
(September 3, 1921). 

WILLIAM FARNUM 
Ludlam, Helen. "Talking About Old Times with Bill and Dustin." 

(September 3, 1921). 
Farnum, William. "Women Who Have Hounded Me." (November 25, 



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GERALDINE FARRAR 
"The True Story of Farrar and Tellegen." (December 10, 1921). 

LOUISE FAZENDA 
Klngsley, Grace. "Does a Comedienne Make a Good Wife?" 

(July 7, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "Louise Fazenda Forsakes Laughter for Tears." 

(June 21, 192^). 
Carlisle, Helen. "Duckling— or Swan?" (September 27, 192*+). 
Brody, Catharine "A Star with Whom You Can Be Poor." 

(September 26, 1925). 

GLADYS FELDMAN 
Rochester, Paul. "Former Ziegfeld Beauty Becomes Movie Star — 
on Stage." (June 9, 1923). 

ELSIE FERGUSON 
"Back from Europe." (November 12, 1921). 
"Elsie Ferguson's Rise from Chorus Girl to Star." (December 2^, 

1921). 
Cannon, Regina. "All Women are Actresses!" (April 15, 192W). 

Wjj. Cj. FIELDS 
Kutner, Nanette. "Introducing Bill Fields." (September 26, 
1925). 

FLORA FINCH 
Finch, Flora. "Old Days in the Movies." (May 7, 1921-May Hf, 1921). 

CONSUELO FLOWERTON 
"Consuelo Flowerton — Famous Model." (July 30, 1921) 

LYNN FONTANNE 
Cannon, Regina. "Can a Small Town Girl Know Life?" (September 8, 

1923). 
Kutner, Nanette. "When a Stage Star Turns to the Screen." 

(August 8, 1925). 

HARRISON FORD 
Talley, Alma. "Can a Man love Two Women at the Same Time?" 
(February 2^, 1923). 

ANN FORREST 
"What Can I do for You?" (November 19, 1921). 
Cannon, Regina. "Of Course Winter Comes in Matrimony." 
(April 28, 1923). 

LUCY FOX 
Jamieson, Scott. "Thrilling Stunts on Land and Sea." 

(October 29, 1921). 
Talley, Alma. "No Girl is Safe in Naples without an Escort." 

(June 16, 1923). 



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PAULINE FREDERICK 
"Pauline Frederick will Remarry Willard Mack." (June 25, 1921). 
Frederick, Pauline. "My Glorious Life in the Open." 

(September 17, 1921). 
"Hie Stormy Loves of Pauline Frederick." (June 3, 1922). 
Perkins, Frederick Parker. "Step-Mother's Ghost Cheats 

Actress of Inheritance." (March 3, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Is Style a Greater Asset than Beauty?" 

(December 8, 1923). 

RUTH GALE 
Langdon, Lawrence. "Why She's No Longer an Extra Girl." 
(September 1, 1923). 

GALLAGHER & SHEAN 
Hall, Gladys. "'Are You a Screen Star, Mr. Gallagher J ' 
•Positively, Mr. Shean."" (August 11, 1923). 

PAULINE GARON 
Carter, Carolyn. "Flap! FlapJ Flap!" (December 22, 1923). 

HOOT GIBSON 
Kingsley, Grace. "Cowboy Star Lassoed by Cupid." (May 27, 1922). 

JOHN GILBERT 
Kingsely, Grace. "The Tempestuous Romance of Jack Gilbert 

and Leatrice Joy." (March h, 1922). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Jack Gilbert." (May 9, 1925). 

MAY GIRACI 
"The Wonder Child of the Screen." (October 8, 1921). 

DOROTHY GISH 
Gish, Dorothy. "I Can Help You Be Happy, But—" (April 2, 1921). 
Levinsbn,. Lewis F. "An Intimate Story of the Gish Girls' 

Triumphant Careers." (March 18, 1922-April 1, 1922). 
Levins on, Lewis F. "Vamping One of the Fine Arts." 

(January 20, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Acting Isn't So Difficult." (September 1, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview the 

Gish Girls." (July 26, 192 1 *}. 
Alexander, Kenneth. "An Unretouched Portrait of Dorothy Gish." 

(December 6, 192M. 

LILLIAN GISH 
Levinson, Lewis F. "An Intimate Story of the Gish Girls' 

Triumphant Careers." (March 18, 1922-April 1, 1922). 
Prince, Prudence. "Lillian Gish Plays Fairy Godmother." 

(September 9, 1922). 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "After Eight Years with Griffith Lillian 

Gish Leaves to Star with Another Company." (October 21, 1922). 
Willis, Victoria. "American Girls use too much Rouge!" 

(July 21, 1923). 
Rochester, Paul. "What Love Means to Me." (October 6, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview the 

Gish Girls." (July 26, 192M 
Pickford, Mary. "The Lillian Gish I Know." (January 2^, 1925). 



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DAGMAR GODOWSKY 
Balch, David A. "The Wickedest Eyes in the World." 
(February 16, 192V). 

HUNTLEY GORDON 
Carlisle, Helen. "The Truth About Huntley Gordon." 
(May 2, 1925). 

VERA GORDON 
Gordon, Veral "From the Kitchen Table to the Dramatic Stage." 

(August 6, 1921-August 13, 1921). 
Talley, Alma. "Saving Wayward Girls is Vera Gordon's Mission." 

(June 30, 1923). 

JETTA GOUDAL 
Cannon, Regina. "Is a Woman's Past Her Own Business?" 
(November 3, 1923). 

RALPH GRAVES 
Hall, Gladys. "Is There a Love that Lasts Forever?" 

(September 15, 1923). 
Greenwood, Ralph. "The Young American." (August 16, 192V). 

GILDA GRAY 
Talley, Alma. "Gilda— Without Any Gilding." (September 26, 1925). 
Cannon, Regina. "Shimmying into the Camera." (May 26, 1923). 

GLORIA GREY 
Kingsley, Grace. "Girls Who Play Grown- Up Roles Seldom 
Marry Young." (September 22, 1923). 

LITA GREY 
Kingsley, Grace. "Charlie Chaplin's New Leading Lady." 
(April 19, 192V). 

EVELYN GREELY 
"Film Star Wooed by Wireless" (December 2, 1922). 

RAYMOND GRIFFITH 
Greer, Elisabeth. "The Serious Business of Being Funny." 
(August 22, 1925). 

CORINNE GRIFFITH 
Blenton, Billie. "Corinne Griffith to make New Move." 

(June 17, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "GirlsJ Keep Your Own Money." (May 5, 1923). 
Gleason, Herbert. "Why I am Quitting the Films to Rear a 

Family." (March 22, 192V). 
Talley, Alma. "Why All Women Love to Cry." (April 26, 192V). 
Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "Adele Whitely Fletcher sees 

Corinne Griffith as Mrs. Walter Morosco." (July 12, 192V). 

TEXAS GUI NAN 
"The Jail Flirt." (October 7, 1922). 



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GEORGE HACKATHORNE 
Howe, Hal and Canlon, Ben. "Have You a Hunch You'd Make a 

Movie Actor?" (January 20, 1923). 
Wickstead, Richard. "If it's in You— You'll Get There." 

(September 22, 1922). 
Talley, Alma. "He Wants to Kiss the Heroine." (January 31 , 1925). 

EDITH HALLOR 
"Bitter Quarrel Breaks up Edith Hallor's Second Marriage." 
(May 20, 1922). 

MAHLON HAMILTON 
Hall, Gladys. "Do Men Like Women Who Pursue Them?" (April lh, 1923). 

NEIL HAMILTON 
Cannon, Regina. ^Woman's Greatest Possession." (April 19, 192W). 

HOPE HAMPTON 
Balch, David A. "Are All Women Gold Diggers?" (October 13, 1923). 
Willis, Victoria. "Shopping in Paris with Hope Hampton." 
(July 5, 1921+ ). 

LORRAINE HARDING 
"Bridle-Path Romance Shattered in $20,000 Mixup.'" (June 10, 1922). 

KENNETH HARLAN 
"Kenneth Harlan Proves to be a Pugnacious Husband." 

Harlln, Kenneth. "Do* Men Like Attractive Women?" (January 27, 1923). 

MILDRED HARRIS 
"Ex-Mrs. Chaplin Engaged to be Married?" (September 2, 1922). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "When I Marry Again — It Won't be a Comedian." 
(March 17, 1923). 

WILLIAM Sj_ HART 
"Playtime— Has Come to Bill Hart." (February 26, 1921). 
"Will She Become the Bride of Bill Hart?" (April 16, 1921). 
"He Loves Another." (May 21, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "The Face That's Known Around the World." 

(October 29, 1921). 
Hart, William S. "Injun and Whitey the 'Golden West Boys'." 

(fiction). (November 26, 1921-December 17, 1921). 
"Cupid Wings Bill Hart." (December 31, 1921). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Stork Hovers over Bill Hart's Home." 

(March 25, 1922). 
"Clergymen Attack Bill Hart for Alleged Ridicule." (July 1, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Is William S. Hart Unlucky in Love?" 

(September 23, 1922). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Bill Hart Returns to His First Love." 

(January 6, 1923). 
Hart, William S. "William S. Hart Edits this Issue of Movie 

Weekly." (January 13, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Bill Hart's Magic Kiss." (April 7, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Why Bill Hart was Falsely Accused." 

(June 30, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "Two-Gun Baby Bill." (June 6, 1925). 



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MARIE LOUISE HARTJE 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Millionairess, Tiring of Society Sham, 
Becomes Extra Girl." (September 8, 1923). 

JENNY HASSELQUIST 
"She Danced Herself into the Movies." (November 12, 1921). 

SESSUE HAYAKAWA 
Jamieson, Scott. "Sessue Hayakawa Makes a Speed Trip to New 

York." (July 30, 1921). 
Hayakawa, Sessue. "Stars and Stripes and Cherry Blossoms." 

(September 2 1 *, 1921-October 1, 1921). 
Maclvor-Tyndall, Margaret. "My Life is in Danger from the 

Yellow Hand of the Japanese Ku Klux KLan." (November 18, 1922). 
Maclvor-Tyndall, Margaret. "Cultivate Flowers to Prevent 

Divorce." (August 18, 1923). 

RICHARD HEADRICK 
"Little Princelets of the Screen." (October 1, 1921). 

HOLMES HERBERT 
Balch, DavidTI "Being Sure of Yourself is Movie Actor's 

Greatest Asset." (May 31, 192*0. 
Lusk, Norbert. "As Their Leading Man Sees Them." (January 31, 

1925). 

WALTER HIERS 
Hiers, Walter. "Squeezing into the Movies." (October 22, 1921). 
Palmer, Constance. "Here's a Vise Crackin' Fat Boy." 
(June 2^, 1922) 

DAISY AND VIOLET HILTON 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview the 
Siamese Twins." (July 18, 1925). 

JOHNNY HINES 
Hines, Johnny. "The Serious Business of Making Laughs." 

(May 6, 1922). 
"Johnny Hines — The George M. Cohan of the Screen." (December 16, 

1922). 
Kutner, Nanette. "Will Radio Keep the Stars at Home?" 

(August 29, 1925). 

JACK HOLT 
"He Always Knew He'd be a Star." (July 2^, 1921). 
Holt, Jack. "On the Toss of a Coin." (September 17, 1921). 

HEP DA HOPPER 
Balch, David A, "Early Marriage will Protect Your Daughter." 
(April 28, 1923). 



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EDWARD EVERETT HORTON 
Greenwood, Grace. "Shake Hands with Ruggles — of Red Gap." 
(December 15, 1923). 

FRANCES HOWARD 
Talley, Alma. "She Became a Princess Overnight." (November 22, 

192"+). 
Service, Faith. "The Whirlwind Romance of Frances Howard and 

Samuel Goldwyn." (May 23, 1925). 

MRS. LYDIG HOYT 
Blenton, Billie. "Society Leader Joins Norma Talmadge Company." 
(May 28, 1921). 

GARETH HUGHES 
Lovett, Josephine. "An Actor Must be Born — Not Made." 
(May 28, 1921). 

LLOYD HUGHES 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele White ly. "We See New York 
with Lloyd Hughes." (July 25, 1925). 

GLADYS HULETTE 
Hulette, Gladys. "A New Era in Motion Pictures." (July 30, 
1921). 

GLENN HUNTER 
Cannon, Regina. "Styles in Heroes Don't Change." (August 25, 

1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Is Screen Success Harder to Win than Stage 

Fame?" (December 22, 1923). 

LOUISE HUFF 
Dexter, Charles E. "Why a Girl Can't do as She Likes." 
(May 19, 1923). 

CHARLES HUTCHINSON 
Jamieson, Scott. "Flirting with Death." (October 22, 1921). 

PEACHES JACKSON 
Jackson, Joseph. "Kow it Feels to be Jackie Coogan's Leading 
Lady." (August 25, 1923). 

JANE JENNINGS 
Blenton, Billie. "A Star Mother and Her Brcod." (September 30, 
1922). 

BETTY JEWELL 
Rochester, Paul. "How Griffith Trains His Screen Stars to 
Act." (July 21, 1923). 

BERTRAM JOHNS 
"An Old Timer Comes Back." (July 2, 1921). 



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OSA JOHNSON 
"The Tropical Jungles with Martin Johnson." (December 3, 1921). 
Johnson, Osa. "New Marvels of Cannibal Land." (November 11, 

1922). 
Hildring, Dwight. "How I Learned to Look a Lion in the Eye." 

(June 30, 1923). 

AL JOLSON 
Dexter, Charles. "Famous Blackface Comedian Becomes Griffith 
Star." (June 30, 1923). 

BUCK JONES 
Jones, Buck! "How 1 Horned into the Pictures." (March 26, 1921- 

April 30, 1921). 
Starr, Helen. "Buck Jones — Actor." (September 19, 1925). 

LEATRICE JOY 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Tempestuous Romance of Jack Gilbert and 

Leatrice Joy." (March k, 1922). 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Leatrice Joy's Mother Tells her Real 

Name." (November k, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "How I Got My Chance on the Screen." 

(January 20, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Is a Screen Star's Husband a Help or a 

Hindrance?" (March 2k, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Talent is the Screen's Crying NeedJ" 

(July lk, 1923). 
Carlisle, Helen. "Why Leatrice Joy Came Back to the Screen." 

(April 25, 1925). 

ALICE JOYCE 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Is Motherhood Greater Than a Screen Career?" 

(October lk, 1922). 
Cannon, Regina. "Why I Have Returned to the Screen." (July 21, 

1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Must an Actress Know Life to Portray It?" 

(April 12, 192*0. 
Service, Faith. "They say. . ." (July 25, 19251. 
Cannon, Regina. "Madonna of the Movies." (June 28, 192*0 . 

PEGGY HOPKINS JOYCE 
"World's Sensational Vamp Barred from Vamping Career on Screen." 

(June 2k, 1922). 
Dexter, Charles. "Why I am Back on Broadway." (August 25, 1923). 
Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "Adele Vhitely Fletcher Tells of 

Peggy Hopkins Joyce." (October 18, 192U). 

BUSTER KEATON 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "To be or Not to be." (May 1*+, 1921). 
Keaton, Buster. "Exit the Baby Vamp in Slapstick Comedy." 

(February k, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Buster Keaton's Tumblings to Success." 

(May 6, 1922-May 20, 1922). 
Keaton, Buster. "Why I Never Smile." (January 13, 1923). 
Werner, Margaret. "How I Got That Way." (November 10, 1923). 



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ZEENA KEEFE 
"Seeing the Sights in New York." (April 9, 1921). 

MADGE KENNEDY 
Leslie, Arthur. "How a Screen Star was Refused Employment." 

(February 3, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Why I am a One-Man Girl." (April 21, 1923). 

DORIS KENYON 
Blenton, Billie. "Take Your Work, Not Yourself, Seriously." 

(April 8, 1922). 
Silver, Milton. "Do Women Like Cavemen?" (July 1*+, 1923). 

DOROTHY KINGDON 
Kingdon, Dorothy. "My Four Years of Thrills in Magical India." 
(November 18, 1922). 

JAMES KLRKWOOD 
Gordon, Riley^ iI ft Favor to a Friend." (June 25, 1921). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Lila Lee Watches at Husband's Bedside." 
(October 6, 1923). 

THEODORE KOSLOFF 
Kosloff, Theodore. "The Jazz Dance will Drive Us All to Ruin." 

(July 7, 1923). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Jazz Dancing Full of Sex.'" (September 29, 

1923). 

BARBARA LA. MARR 
Kingsley, Grace. World's Wickedest Vamp Adopts a Baby." 

(April lh, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "I Never Knew What Love was Before." (June 23, 

1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Honeymooning in Venice — with Barbara La Marr." 

(November 2>+, 1923). 
England, John. "Would You Forfeit Your Personal Liberty to 

be a Movie Star?" (March 22. 192*+). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Home Life of the Hollywood Screen Stars." 

(April 5, 192U). 
Cannon, Regina. "My Private Life's My Own Affair." (May 31, 

192M. 
La Marr, Barbara. "The True Story of My Life." (December 13, 

192»+-February 7, 1925). 

ROD LA ROCQUE 
"Has Been Through the Mill of Life— and Only 22." (March 26, 1921). 
La Rocque, Rod. "The True Story of My Life." (February 7, 1925- 

March 1^, 1925). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview Rod 

La Rocque." (March 28, 1925). 

FLORA LE BRETON 
Hall, Gladys. "The Girl Who Grew too Big for England." 
(December 15, 1923). 



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ANDREE LAFAYETTE 
Balch, David A. "Beautiful French Girl will Play 'Trilby' 
on Screen." (April 7, 1923). 

CULLEN LANDIS 
Landis, "Missy." "The Other Side of Cullen Landis." (May 7, 1921). 

HARRY LANGDON 
Green, LeRoy. "A Modest Clown." (June 27, 1925). 

GEORGE LARKIN 
Kelly, T. Howard. "The Gentleman Unafraid of the Films." 
(November 18, 1922). 

LILA LEE 
"Seeing Myself in Homely Parts." (April 2, 1921). 
Lee, Lila. "No Wedding Bells for Me." (July 16, 1921). 
Rochester, Paul. "What Sort of Man is Most Attractive to Me." 

(March 17, 1923). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Think Beauty — And You'll Get That Way." 

(May 5, 1923). 
Talley, Alma M. "No Woman Needs to Lose Her Husband." 

(May 26, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Lile Lee Watches at Husband's Bed Side." 

(October 6, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Is it Harder for a Girl to Win Screen Fame 

than for a Man?" (May 10, 192*+). 

VIRGINIA LEE 
Rochester, Paul. "Does Maternity Harm a Screen Star?" 
(March 31, 1923). 

BENNY LEONARD 
Balch, David A. "Benny Leonard, Champion Lightweight, Becomes 
a Movie Star." (June 28, 192^). 

Ej. Kj. LINCOLN 
Hall, Gladys". rr Women Don't Want to Be Happy." (July 21, 1923). 

HAROLD LLOYD 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "How a Pair of Horn- Rimmed Spectacles 

'Horned' Him into a Million a Year." (April 23, 1921). 
"Harold Lloyd Tells Some Secrets." (February h. 1922). 
Kornman, Gene. "Lying in Wait to Shoot Up Harold Lloyd." 

(July 15, 1922). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Why Harold Lloyd Married Mildred Davis." 

(April 7, 1923). 
Rochester, Paul. "No Trick Photography in 'Safety Last'." 

(May 12, 1923). 
Langdon, Lawrence. "Harold Lloyd's Own Story of His Rise to 

Screen Fame." (May 26, 1923-July 1^, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis at Home." 

(November 10, 1923). 



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Talley, Alma. "The Business of Being Funny." (February 16, 192 1 *). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Home Life of the Hollywood Screen 

Stars. A (March 1,192V). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Those Young Things." (August 16, 192V). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Harold Lloyd." (October *+, 192*0. 

HAROLD LOCKWOOD 
Murfin, Olive. "Faded Shadows." (December 10, 1921). 

JACQUELINE LOGAN 
Ballen, Carmen. "Singing Feet and Titian Hair." (December 10, 

1921). 
Fidler, James M. "What Color is Your Personality?" (March 29, 

192W). 

LOUISE LORRAINE 
Curtis, Mildred. "One Minute in Hot Water." (February 23, 192!+). 

MONTAGUE LOVE 
Werner, Margaret. "Craze for Youth Stifles American Film Art." 

(September 22, 1923 ). 
Mabrey, Ruth. rt Are They Human?" (July 5, 192^). 

EDMUND LOWE 
Mabrey, Ruth" "Mix a Little Brains with Your Beauty." 
(June 9, 1923). 

ALFRED LUNT 
Balch, David A. "Less Director and More Drama. 1 " (June 16, 1923). 

BEN LYON 
Mabrey, Ruth. "Studio Life More Normal than Stage." (July 28, 

1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "A KLeig Light Romeo." (December 20, 192M-). 

BERT LYTELL 
"The 'Star' System is Here to Stay." (February 26, 1921). 
Lytell, Bert. "The Path to Stardom on the Screen." (November 19, 

1921). 
Lytell, Bert. "The Theatre was My Home." (December 10, 1921). 
Hall, Gladys. "Is There Such a Thing as a One-Man Girl?" 

(June 23, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "Bert." (August 2, 192*+). 

PEGGY LYTTON 
Brummer, Leo. "Impoverished Duchess an Extra Girl in Movies." 
(April 28, 1923). 

KATHERINE MACDONALD 

"The 'American Beauty'." (July 2, 1921). 

Kingsley, Grace. "Katherine MacDonald to Wed and Leave the 

Screen." (January 27, 1923). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "No More Marriage for MeJ" (May 5 1923). 



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MAY McAVOY 
"How May McAvoy Measures Up." (May 28, 1921). 
McAvoy, May. "A Beloved Heroine Without a Soul." (December 3» 

1921). 
Cannon, Regina. "Must Screen Heroines be Good Girls?" 

(October 20, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Is Screen Beauty a Matter of Make-Up?" 

(March 29, 192^). 

WALLACE MACDONALD 
Lynne, Frankie. "Cupid Scores Another Victory." (March 5, 1921). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Keeping the Honey in the Honeymoon." 
(February 2, 192^ ). 

BURR McINTOSH 
Balch, David A. "What. 1 The Movies Harm Anyone? Boshi" 
(July 21, 1923). 

RAYMOND McKEE 
"Raymond McKee to Marry Frances White." (January 28, 1922). 

MACISTE 
Maciste. "I Deny That I am DeadJ" (December 16, 1922). 

MARIAN MACK 
Rochester, Paul. "Movie-Mad Girl's Own Story Provides Scenario." 
(June 2, 1923). 

DOROTHY MACKAILL 
Cannon, Regina. "She has a Fortune-Teller for a Maid." 
(April 11, 1925). 

LADY DIANA MANNERS 
Manners, Lady Diana. "My Hour of Camera Fright." (November *+, 
1922). 

MARCIA MANON 
Gebhart, Myrtle. "An Underworld Lady." (September 23, 1922). 

MARTHA MANSFIELD 
"Maurine Gostin Seriously Injured." (May 27, 1922). 
Marvin, Courtenay. "Can a Woman Marry Any Man She Wants?" 

(September 22, 1923). 
Gordon, James Craig. "Life is Just Like That.'" (January 15, 192*0. 

FAY MAR3E 
Talley, Alma. "She Gave up Society for a Career." (June 7, 192^). 

MAE MARSH 
Blenton, Billie. "She Went to See D. W. Griffith to Keep an 

Appointment for Her Sister." (July 2, 1921). 
"What I Want to Do." (December 23, 1922). 
Rochester, Paul. "Why my Baby has Made me a Better Actress." 

(May 5, 1923). 

Hall, Gladys. "Why Beauty isn't Necessary for a Screen Career." 

(July 28, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "How to Raise a 'System Baby." (December 8, 1923). 



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FLORENCE MARTIN 
"Florence Martin Sues Guy Empey for $36,000." (January 21, 1922). 

SHIRLEY MASON 
Moore, Marion. "If I Could Only Grow Dp." (September 1, 1923). 
Carlisle, Helen. "The Girl Who Refused Stardom." (July V, 1925). 

DORIS MAY 
Lynne, Frankie. "Cupid Scores Another Victory." (March 5, 1921). 
"Only Twenty and a Star— That's Doris May." (November 19, 1921). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Keeping the Honey in the Honeymoon." 
(February 2, 192V J. 

THOMAS MEIGHAN 
"Intimate Stories of Famous Stars." (March 12, 1921). 
"The Brazen Confession of Thomas Meighan." (May 28, 1921). 
Meighan, Thomas. "Why I'm Glad I'm Married." (July 23, 1921). 
"Behind the Throttle with Tom Meighan." (August 20, 1921). 
"Damon and Pythias of the Screen." (November 19, 1921). 
Cannon, Regina. "Is a Home Man Attractive to Women?" 

(April 7, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Why was Thomas Meighan Stoned in Chinatown?" 

(January 19, 192V). 
Gartner, Charles L. "The Kind of Woman I Could Love." 

(March 1, 192*+). 
O'Brien, Aline. "Tommy's Great Gift." (May 9, 192?), 

RACQDEL MELLER 
Roberts, W. Adolphe. "Beautiful Spanish Screen Star Takes 
Paris by Storm." (May 19, 1923). 

ADOLPHE MENJOD 
Menjou, Adolphe. "Why I'm Glad I'm a "Ladies Man'!" 

(April 12, 192V). 
Hall, Gladys. "About Adolphe." (October 25, 192V). 

CLAUDE MERELLE 
Roberts, W. Adolphe. "The Queen of French Vamps." 
(February 2, 192V). 

UNA MERKEL 
Talley, Alma. "New Silent Drama Begins to Talk." (February 9, 
192*0. 

PATSY RUTH KILLER 
Pine, Vera. "What Does a Screen Kiss Mean?" (September 1, 1923). 
Blashfield, Cora. "Having Fun with 'The Hunchback'." 

(February 23, 192V). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Home Life of Hollywood Screen Stars." 

(March 1, 192V). 
Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "The Flapper Who Grew Up." 

(November 8, 192V). 
Spensley, Dorothy. "The High Cost of Stardom." (August 22, 1925). 



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ALYCE MILLS 
Willis, Victoria. "Study Your Own Make-Up If You're Going in 
the Movies." (April 26, 192 1 *). 

MARY MILES MINTER 
Michaels, Edna L. "New Yorking with Mary Miles Minter." 

(February 26, 1921). 
Minter, Mary Miles. "On the Stage at Four Years." (May 7, 1921) 
Blenton, Billie. "A Regular Fellow Off for Europe." 

(June 25, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "It's Good to be Home." (September 10, 1921) 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Mary Miles Minter out of Paramount Fold." 

(January 6, 1923). 

TOM MIX 
Mix, Tom. "Doing Stunts in Pictures." (February 26, 1921- 

March 12, 1921). 
Mix, Tom. "Training for Pictures." (March 19, 1921). 
"The Adventures of Tom Mix." (May 7, 1921-June 25, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "Tom Mix Comes out of the West to 'Conquer' 

Ole New York." (July 23, 1921). 
"Life Story of Tom Mix." (October 7, 1922). 
"How Tom Mix Crashed into the Movies." (April lh 1923). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Tom Mix." (May 23, 1925). 

BULL MONTANA 
Jamieson, Scott. "Tne Story of Bull Montana." (July 16, 1921). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Be Sure You Treat Your Wife Polite." 

(January 6, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "I Want to be Loved for My Self Alone." 

(August h, 1923). 

BABY PEGGY MONTGOMERY 
"The Youngest Star in Pictures." (November 12, 1921). 
Montgomery, Baby Peggy. "No, I'm Not Jealous of Jackie Coogan." 

(November 18, 1922). 
"Ssh.' Can You Keep a Secret?" (December 1, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Baby Peggy — The Cutest Kid in the World." 

(December 1, 1923). 
Talley, Alma M. "When I Grow Up I Want to be a Lady with 

Long Hair." (December 1, 1923).. 
Hall, Gladys. "Is Baby Peggy a Heroine at Home?" (August 9, 

192!+). 

DE SAICA MOOERS 
"Millionaire Screen Actress Champions Blonde Vamps." (May 13, 1922). 
"Why Lens Lures Ladies of Society." (June 17, 1922). 

COLLEEN MOORE 
Lynne, Frankie. "A Day with Colleen Moore." (April 23, 1921). 
Greenwood, Grace. "I Love to Ask My Husband for Money." 

(October 6, 1923). 
Rivers, Dana. "Mickey--the Matchmaker." (February 9, 192^). 
Moore, Colleen. "The True Story of My Life." (September 5, 1925- 

September 26, 1925). 



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MATT MOORE 
Moore, Matt. "Starting a Career as a Favor." (December 17, 1921). 

OWEN MOORE 
"Will Owen Moore Marry Kathryn Perry?" (April 30, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "Owen Moore will Marry Soon." (July 30, 1921). 

TOM MOORE 
"Cupid Hits Tom Moore." (March 12, 1921). 

LEE MORAN 
Handy, Truman B. "'I am Through' Lee Moran Flung at His Wife." 
(September 2, 1922). 

PRISCILLA MORAN 
Palmer, Constance. "Priscilla Dean's Two Year Old Name-Sake 
on Way to Fame." (July 22, 1922). 

ANTONIO MORENO 
"Antonio Moreno." (February 19, 1921). 
Moreno, Antonio. "Success in the Movies." (June 25, 1921- 

July 2, 1921). 
Cannon, Regina. "No One Can Take Valentino's Place." (May 19, 1923). 
Moreno, Antonio. "The True Story of My Life." (November 8, 192^- 

December 13, 192 1 *-). 
Keene, Robert. "Ramon Novarro Discloses a Secret About Antonio 

Moreno." (December 27, 192>+). 

MARGARET MORRIS 
Kingsley, Grace. "Twin Stars of the Black-And-Blue Drama." 
(December 15, 1923). 

JIMMY MORRISON 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "In the Good Old Days." (March 5, 1921). 

PETE MORRISON 
Kingsley, Grace. "Twin Stars of the Black- And- 31ue Drama." 
(December 15, 1923). 

AUBREY MUNSON 
"The Awesome Tragedy of Aubrey Munson's Stage Life." (July 1, 
1922- July 8, 1922). 

MAE MURRAY 
Murrav, Mae. "Mae Murray's Life History." (July 16, 1921- 

July 23, 1921). 
Murray, Mae. "Mae Murray's Fight for 'Fascination'." 

(August 5, 1922). 
Murray, Mae. "Mae Murray's Victory." (August 19, 1922). 
Murray, Mae. "Why I Think Modern Dancing is' Proper." 

(March 2k, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys. "The Greatest Thing Money Can Buy." (June 9, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "If You Want Beauty—Walk, Walk, Walk.'" 

(December 15, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Home Life of the Hollywood Stars." 

(March 8, 192W). 
Talley, Alma. "Mae Murray as Herself." (October 18, 192*0. 



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Leslie, Arthur. "Mae Murray Awakens to Find Herself Famous." 
(January 6, 1923). 

CARMEL MYERS 
Myers, Carmel. "Why I Chose My Husband." (April 9, 1921). 
Wells, Hal. "Serially Speaking with Carmel Myers." 

(November 26, 1921). 
"Why has Carmel Myers 1 Love Grown Cold?" (July 29, 1922). 
Myers, Carmel. "Is There Any Difference between a Real Kiss 

and a Reel Kiss?" (March 29, 192*0. 

CONRAD NAGEL 
"Admits He is From Keokuk." (June h, 1921). 
"Life Story of Conrad Nagel." (October 21, 1922). 
Talley, Alma. "Hollywood is a Hick Town." (April 7. 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Tne Home Life of Conrad Nagel." (May 10, 192V). 

NITA NALDI 
Talley, Alma. "What is Woman's Most Dangerous Weapon?" 

(January 27, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "What I Learned About Men from the Movies." 

(May 3, 192 1 *). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Nita Naldi." (July 12, 192>+). 

ALLA NA2IM0VA 
"From Holy Russia to Free America." (October 22, 1921- 

October 29, 1921). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "Soap and Cold Water Best Beauty Recipe." 

(February 3, 1923). 

POLA NEGRI 
Lachenbruch, Jerome. "The Real Pola Negri." (July 29, 1922). 
Negri, Pola. "Pola Negri Writes Her Life Story." 

(September 16, 1922). 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Pola Negri Dined on Her Arrival in New 

York." (October 7, 1922). 
Leeds, Stanton. "You Americans Know Nothing of Love." 

(October 1^, 1922). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Why Pola Negri Quarreled with Charlie 

Chaplin." (March 31, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Comedian and Artist are Rivals for Pola's 

Hand." (April 21, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "What America Has done for Pola Negri." 

(September 1, 1923). 
Tarrington, Thomas. "Hollywood is a Spotless TownJ" (May 10, 192W). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Pola Negri at Koine." (May 31, 192 1 *). 
Carlisle, Helen. "Why We Love Them." (February 21, 192?). 
Carlisle, Helen. "The Never-Very- Happy Pola." (May 16, 192?). 



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ANNA 0. NILSSON 



"WillTnnaQ. Nilsson Get a Divorce?" (February 18, 1922). 
Handy, Truman B. "We Have Never Been Together." (August 26, 

1922 J. 
Blashfield, Cora. "Anna Q. Nilsson Marries Business Man." 

(April 21, 1923). 
Willis, Victoria. "Would You Sacrifice Your Hair for $10,000?" 

(September 8, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "The Men That Girls Forget." (April 26, 192*+). 
Carlisle, Helen. "There's No One Like Her." (October 11, 

192^).' 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Anna Q. Nilsson." (January 10, 1925). 
Nilsson, Anna Q. "The True Story of My Life." (June 13, 1925- 

July 25, 1925). 

MABEL NORMAND 
Crane, Beverly. ff A Chummy Little Chat with Mabel Normand." 

(November 5, 1921). 
Normand, Mabel. "How to Get into the Movies." (February 18, 1922- 

April 22, 1922). 
"The Real Mabel Normand." (February 25, 1922). 
Handy, Truman B. "Double Crossed by a Friend Shatters Mabel 

Normand 's Life." (July 1, 1922). 
Normand, Mabel. "Mabel Normand Drilled in Royal Etiquette." 

(September 23, 1922). 
Hall, Gladys. rt Why Temptations Beset Paths of Screen Stars." 

(March 17, 1923). 
Cursler, Fulton. "Give Mabel Normand a Chance. ,,l (February 2, 

192*0. 
Greenwood, Grace. "Mabel Normand's Own Story of the Shooting." 

(February 9, 192*0. 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Would I Have Been Happier if I'd Married?" 
(April 19, 192*+). 

JANE NOVAK 
"Will She Become the Bride of Bill Hart?" (April 16, 1921). 
"I Must Have a Brave Leading Man who Can do Stunts." 
(February 11, 1922). 

RAMON NOVARRO 
Talley, Alma^ ^Ts the Flapper Capable of Love?" (February 17, 

1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Girl I Would Like to Marry." 

(July 21, 1923). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "How Much Money Must 1 Have to Marry On?" 

(November 3, 1923). 
Kutner, Nanette. "Why I Like American Girls Best." (April 12, 

192*+). 
"Ramon Novarro : A Study." (September 27, 192^). 
"Will Ramon Novarro Desert the Screen for the Opera?" 

(November 8, 192M. 
Keene, Robert. "Ramon Novarro Discloses a Secret About Antonio 

Moreno." 
Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "Considering Ramon Novarro." 

(March '7, 1925). 
"Ramon Novarro Tells of his Screen Loves." (April 25, 1925). 



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IVOR NOVELLO 
Levinson, Lewis F. "From Song Writer to Screen Star." 
(April 17, 1923). 

EUGENE O'BRIEN 
Pake, Marie. "He Wants to Play 'Hamlet 1 and 'Marc Antony.'." 

(May lfc, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "Eugene O'Brien Takes a Trip." (August 6, 

1921). 
Talley, Alma. "What Sort of Girl is Most Attractive to Me." 

(March 17, 1923). 
"Life Story of Eugene O'Brien." (September 23, 1922). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "Gene O'Brien says: 'I'm Glad I'm out of the 

Movies.'" (December 2, 1922). 

GEORGE O'BRIEN 
Cross, Joan. "Once a Cameraman — Now a Star." (March 21, 1925). 

GEORGE O'HARA 
Kingsley, Grace. "Why Young Men are Afraid to Marry." 

(January 12, 192^). 
Curtis, Mildred. "One Minute in Hot Water." (February 23, 192h), 

PAT O'MALLEY 
Kingsley, Grace. "Pat— He's the Head of the House." 

(September 13, 192*+). 
Coryell, Hubert V. "Fighting Irishman." (July 11, 1925). 

CHARLES OGLE 
"A Master of the 'Heart Touch'." (August 20, 1921). 

OUR GANG 
Donnell, Annie Hamilton. "Our Gang." (November 1, 192*0. 

SEENA OWEN 
Talley, Alma. "How I am Training my Child for the Movies." 

(March 2h, 1923). 
Wickstead, Richard. "Photographing Yourself Among the Clouds." 

(September 15, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "What Marriage Means to Me." (February 9, 192^), 

MI MI PALMERI 
Balch, David A. "Must a Girl Pay a Price for Screen Fame?" 
(May 26, 1923). 

PAUL PANZER 
"What Became of Paul Panzer?" (October 28, 1922). 

VIRGINIA PEARSON 
Rochester, Paul. "Ancient Vamps Superior to Modern Variety." 

(April 21, 1923). 
Greenwood, Grace. "The Sort of Wives Men Want." (November 3, 

1923). 
Pearson, Virginia. "The True Story of Her Long Absence from 
the Screen." (September 26, 1925). 



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OSGOOD PERKINS 
Cannon, Regina. "A Villain Must have a Sense of Humor." 
(February 9, 192V). 

OLGA PETROVA 
Balch, David A. "The Marvelous Petrova." (February 23, 192V). 
Hall, Gladys. "Why is Petrova Barred From the Screen?" 
(June 7, 1921+) . 

MARY PHILBIN 
Kingsley, Grace. "How I Got My Chance on the Screen." 
(January 6, 1923). 

JACK PICKFORD 
Blenton, Billie. "Jack Pickford Skips from Directing to 

Starring." (October 8, 1921). 
"Will Jack Pickford Marry Stage Beauty?" (January 21, 1922). 
"Broadway's Youngest Prima Donna — Engaged to Jack Pickford." 

(June 2*+, 1922). 
Greenwood, Grace. "We Don't Believe in Separating." 

(August 18, 1923). 
Martin, Irene. "On a Wedding Anniversary." (September 20, 192V). 

LOTTIE PICKFORD 
Kingsley, Grace, ''Lottie Pickford Marries a Regular Fellow." 

(February V, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Mary Pickford's Sister." (August 26, 1922). 

MARY PICKFORD 
"Is 'Our Mary' Married? — Attorney General Says, No.'" 

(March 12, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "America's Sweetheart in New York and 'Doug'." 

(September 2V, 1921). 
"Welcome Home to 'Mary and Doug'." (January 7, 1922). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Mary and Doug Talk 'Turkey'." (January 28, 

1922). 
"Mary Pickford Turns Back Time in its Flight." (September 16, 

1922). 
Leslie, Arthur. "'No Press Agent for Me 1 Said 'Our Mary'." 

(December 16, 1923). 
Tarrington, Thomas. "Will Doug, Mary and Charlie Quit Screen?" 

(February 17, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The New Mary Pickford — A Woman of Strong 

Sex Appeal." (June 30, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Mary Pickford Denies she is Spirit Medium." 

(February 2, 192V). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Mary Pickford Gives Advice to Screen-Struck 

Girls. rt (February 9, 192V). 
Kingsley, Grace. "No Girl Should Come to Hollywood Without 

Money." (February 16, 192V). 
Kingsley, Grace. "The Home Life of the Hollywood Screen 

Stars." (February 23, 192V). 
Balch, David A. "Doug and Mary in New York." (March 29, 192V). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "If Your Income was $500,000 a Year Would 

You Punch a Time Clock?" (April 26, 192V). 



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Jameson, Helen. "I Believe in the Conventions." (July 19, 192*0. 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Mr. and Mrs. Fairbanks." (August 23, 192*+). 
Pickford, Mary. "Die Lillian Gish I Know." (January 2V, 1925). 

ZASU PITTS 
Rochester, Paul. "I'd Rather be Human than Beautiful." 
(September 8, 1923). 

EDDIE POLO 
Polo, Malveen. "Tales Out-of- School About Eddie Polo." 

(August 6, 1921). 
Polo, Eddie. "The Battling Romance of Eddie Polo's Success." 

(June 3, 1922- June 2*+, 1922). 

DAVID POWELL 
Hall, Gladys. "Are Movie Actors Artists or Accidents?" 
(April 21, 1923). 

TYRONE POWER 
Pake, Marie. "Recollections of an Old Timer." (July 9, 1921). 

MARIE PREVOST 
Kingsley, Grace. "What I Know About Husbands." (March 10, 1923). 
Prevost, Marie. "Why Women Don't Like Over-Attentive Men." 
(February 9, 192^). 

AILEEN PRINGLE 
Kingsley, Grace . ""Why Women Leave Home." (August 11, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys. "I Want to be Human." (February 21, 1925). 

EDNA PURVIANCE 
"Edna Purviance a Modern Grace Darling." (June h, 1921). 
Robinson, Carlyle. "Edna Purviance Graduates to star." 
(March 25, 1922). 

GLADYS QUARTARO 
Balch, David A^ !r The Youngest Vamp on the Screen." (May 3, 192*+). 

HERBERT RAWLINS ON 
"Herb Rawlinson Brands Stage as Co-Respondent in Divorce." 
(April 1, 1922). 

CHARLES RAY 
Lovelace, Adria. "A Small Town Boy with a 'Punch'." (May 7, 1921). 
Seadler, Silas. "Bossing Himself—Charles Ray Turns 

Director." (August 20, 1921). 
"Burning up $5.00 a Minute." (December 31, 1921). 

"From the Tailor-Made Man to Miles Standish." (November 18, 1922). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Charles Ray Talks About His Childhood 

Sweetheart." (March 2h, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "The Most Human Note in the Movies." 

(December 8, 1923). 



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DOROTHY DAVENPORT REID (also see Wallace Reid) 
Wickstead, Richard. "Please Forget My Fight and Think of 

Wallie's." (August *+, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Don't Worry About Your Children's Respect." 

(November 8, 192 1 *). 

WALLACE REID 
Reid, Wallace. "All About Myself." (March 19, 1921-March 26, 

1921). 
Reid, Wallace. "Wallace Reid's Heart to Heart Talks to Girls." 

(September 17, 1921-October 22, 1921). 
Palmer, Constance. "What Will People Say About Wallie Reid." 1 

(June 17, 1922). 
"Wallie Reid's Wife Tells of His Illness." (November 25, 1922). 
"What About Wallie Reid?" (January 20, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "How Wally Reid is Battling for his Life." 

(January 27, 1923). 
"Screen Folks Rush to Wally Reid's Defense." (February 3, 1923). 
"What Sort of a Kid was Wally Reid?" (February 2*+, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Wallace Reid's Widow Wages War on Dope." 

(March 3, 1923). 

REX 
Reeves, Tom. "Rex and Lady." (July 25, 1925). 

BILLIE RHODES 
"Your Freedom for $10,000--Bargained Billie Rhode's Husband." 
(June 17, 1922). 

IRENE RICH 
Cannon, Regina. "When is a Woman Too Old to Go in Pictures?" 

(February 16, 192*t). 
Carlisle, Helen. "She's the Man of the Family." (May 30, 1925). 

LUCILLE RICKS EN 
Ricksen, Lucille. "Dolls and Curls." (November 5, 1921). 

EDITH ROBERTS 
Roberts, Edith. "The Dance that Won Me Stardom." (December 16, 

Blainfleld, Cora. "Wait Until You Know Your Own Mind." (February 9, 

THEODORE ROBERTS 192»), 

June, Jennie. "The Real Theodore Roberts." (April 16, 1921). 
"Theodore Roberts Realizes a Life Long Hope." (December 3, 1921). 

WILL ROGERS 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Laughin Through Sleepy Hollow with Will 

Rogers." (August 19, 1922). 
Rogers, Will. "I Never Tried to be Funny." (December 30, 1922). 
Hall, Gladys. "What the Follies Girls Have Done to Me. Yl 

(February 10, 1923). 



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RUTH ROLAND 
June, Jennie. "Shopping in New York with Ruth Roland." 

(February 26, 1921). 
Roland, Ruth. "The Importance of my Cameraman." (July 16, 1921). 
"Serial Queen Carries Honors for America." (August 20, 1921). 
Roland, Ruth. "Revelations of Ruth Roland." (September 3» 

1921- September 10, 1921). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Doubling in the Black and Blue Drama." 

(April 28, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Young People Don't Take Marriage Seriously 

Enough." (June 9, 1923). 

ALBERT ROSCOE 
Levinson, Lewis. "She Married the Man of Her Dreams." 
(November 11, 1922). 

BETTY ROSS 
"A Flying Romance with Betty Ross — The Ace." (June 3, 1922). 

DOLORES ROUSSE 
Balch, David A. "I Need to be Treated Rough." (September 15, 
1923). 

ALMA RUBENS 
Langdon, Lawrence. "Are Men the Enemies of Women?" (February 17, 

1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Observation is the Best Training for the 

Screen." (May 12, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "How I Play an Emotional Scene." (August ^, 

1923). 

Cannon, Regina. "Is Saint or Sinner More Popular on Screen?" 

(October 27, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "I Want to Die in the Last Reel'" (April 19, 192»+). 
Cannon, Regina. "The Dark Lady of the Screen." (July 5, 192*0. 

WILLIAM RUSSELL 
"Broadway 'Demi-Virgin 1 Vamp Crashes into Bill Russell's Life." 

(May 27, 1922). 
"We're Sorry, Bill, and we Rush an Engagement Denial with Details." 

(July 1, 1922). 

CHICK SALES 
"Making Fun of Cousin Hiram — Cost 'Chick' Sales a Licking." 
(November 26, 1921). 

JACKIE SAUNDERS 
Greenwood, Grace. "Should a Wife Demand Alimony?" 
(September 8, 1923). 

ROBERT SCH4BLE 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "He Puts the Willies into the Movies." 
(March 26, 1921). 



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JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT 
Talley, Alma. "You are Hypocritical on Subject of SexJ" 
(April 28, 1923). 

LARRY SEMON 
"Kisses that were Real." (August 26, 1922). 
Cannon, Regina. "Wanted by Larry Semon — A Beautiful Girl." 
(December 1, 1923). 

ETHEL SHANNON 
Talley, Alma. "Is Screen Love as Real as it Looks?" 
(January 19, 192*+). 

PEGGY SHAW 
Jamieson, Scott. "The Success Story of Little Peggy Shaw." 
(August 20, 1921). 

NORMA SHEARER 
Shearer, Norma. "Should a Girl be Chaperoned in Hollywood?" 

(March 22, 192*0 . 
Hall, Gladys. "0! Don't You Wish You Were Me?" (December 27, 

192>+). 
Tildesley, Alice. "Love and Norma Shearer." (August 1, 192?). 

PEARL SHEPARD 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Movie Actress Forsakes Films to Wed 
Egyptian Prince." (July 21, 1923). 

LOWELL SHERMAN 
Sherman, Lowell. "Why I Hate being a Villain." (February 10, 

1923). 
Kutner, Nanette. "Are They as Wicked off the Screen as on?" 

(December 15, 1923) o 
Jenkins, Horace T. "How a Screen Star's Cold Cost $10,000 

a Day." (April 26, 192*+ ). 

MILTON SILLS 
Mabrey, Ruth" "Milton Sills Tells how •The Sea Hawk' was made." 

(April 26, 192W). 
Storm, Ann. "Why Milton Sills Became an Actor." (November 29, 

192*+). 

ALLAN SIMPSON 
Talley, Alma. "Girls! Meet the Arrow Collar Man!" (November 3, 
1923). 

SONIJY BOY 
Conklin, Julia C. "Sonny Boy Becomes Temperamental." 
(April 7, 1923). 

SARA SOTHERN 
Hildring, Dwight. "What I Hope to do in the Movies." 
(May 12, 1923). 

RUSSELL SIMPSON 
"A Master of Makeup." (April % 1921). 



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WYNDHAM STANDING 
Blashfield, Cora. m The Passing of the Marcel- Waved Hero." 
(September 8, 1923). 

ANITA STEWART 
Gilbert, Janice. "Anita Stewart Introduces the 'One-Piece' 

Meal.* (April 30, 1921). 
Crane, Beverly. "Anita Stewart Vacationing at her Summer Home." 

(August 27, 1921). 
Cannon, Regina. "Tired of Vapid Heroines." (January 27, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Marriage Alone is not Enough for Happiness." 

(July 7, 1923). 
Carter, Carolyn. "Can a Wife Protect Her Home From a Love 

Pirate?" (June 28, 192*0. 

LEWIS STONE 
Hall, Gladys"! "Can Women be Fooled?" (February 2^, 1923). 

STRONGHEART 
Murfin, Jane and Trimble, Laurence. "The Story of Strongheart." 
(February 11, 1922). 

GLORIA SWANSON 
Swanson, Gloria. ""My Glorious Career." (March 5, 1921). 
Paige, Olive. "Where the Jazz God Plays." (August 12, 1922- 

August 26, 1922). 
Swanson, Gloria. "My Biggest Thrills." (August 20, 1921). 
Beaconsfield, Lynne. "Gloria Swanson Vacationing in New York."(9A7/2i; 
Swanson, Gloria. "The Whole World was There]" (December 10, 

1921). 
"Is Gloria Swanson the Victim of a Plot?" (January 7, 1922- 

January lh, 1922). 
Cannon, Regina. "Why I Want My Daughter to do as She Pleases." 

(June 16, 1923). 
LaPlante, Beatrice. "Day and Night with Gloria Swanson." 

(August 25, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "Life is a Chance to Make Mistakes." (November 2W, 

1923). 
"Gloria Swanson at Home." (February 2, 192M. 
Jerauld, J. M. "How Gloria Swanson became a Salesgirl for a Day." 

(May 10, 192!+). 
Carter, Carolyn. "The Most Misunderstood Woman on the Screen." 

(May 17, 192*0. 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Who is Mysteriously Circulating the Report 

of Gloria Swanson's Death?" (May 31, 192*0. 
Wilson, Lois. "The Gloria Swanson I Know." (February 28, 1925). 
Johnston, Julanne. "Gloria and the Marquis." (April 25, 1925). 
Carlisle, Helen. "Is Gloria Swanson Happy?" (August 8, 1925). 

BLANCHE SWEET 
"Cupid the Mascot." (July 15, 1922). 



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CONSTANCE TALMADGE 
"Romance of the Talmadge Sisters." (April 23, 1921). 
"There Will be a Divorce." (December 17, 1921). 
"Will Constance Talmadge Leap from Divorce Court into 

Matrimony?" (June 10, 1922). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Talmadges Cross Sahara where No White 

Woman Ever went Before." (December 23, 1922). 
Cannon, Regina. "Do Men Fear Women with a Sense of Humor?" 

(November 17, 1923). 
Talmadge, Constance. "Constance Comes to See Us." 

(January 26. 192>+). 
Balch, David A. "The Funniest Girl in the World." (January 26, 

192 1 *). 
Cannon, Regina. "Which Shall it be— The Comical Constance 

or the Tragical Talmadge?" (January 26, 192>+). 

NATALIE TALMADGE 
"Romance of the Talmadge Sisters." (April 30, 1921). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Why I'd Rather Keep out of the Movies." 
(October 20, 1923). 

NORMA TALMADGE 
"Romance of the Talmadge Sisters." (April 9, 1921-April 16, 

1921). 
"Life Story of Norma Talmadge." (September 30, 1922). 
Levinson, Lewis F. "Talmadges Cross Sahara where No White 

Woman Ever went Before." (December 23, 1922). 
Leslie, Arthur. "How Reporters were made to Kiss Hand of 

Star." (February 17, 1923). 
Talmadge, Norma. "Greetings to My Fans." (June 1^, 192W). 
Balch, David A. "The Emotional Queen of the Screen." 

(June lh } 1921+ ). 
Talmadge, Norma. "How it Feels to Grow Old on the Screen." 

(June lh. 192W). 
Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "Norma — A Woman — A Paradox — A RiddleJ" 

(February 28, 1925). 

RICHARD TALMADGE 
"Who is Dick Talmadge?" (July 22, 1922). 

ES TELLE TAYLOR 
Blenton, Billie^ "At Home with Estelle Taylor." (May 1^, 1921). 
Talley, Alma. "How Styles in Movie love Making Have Changed." 

(May 3, 192^). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Vhitely. "We Interview 

Jack Der.psey and Estelle Taylor." (June 13, 1925). 

COKVAY TEARLE 
"Conway Tearle Opens Up His Summer Home." (April 16, 1921). 
June, Jenny. "Love Making for the Screen." (February 12, 1921). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Cake-Eaters No Longer Popular with Flappers!" 

(April 26, 192*+). 
Cannon, Regina. "It's His Job." (July 26, 192*0. 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher. Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Conway Tearle." (December 6, 192W). 



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ALMA TELL 
Balch, David A. "Reform the Daughter by Reforming the Mother." 
(May 19, 1923). 

LOU TELLEGEN 
"The True Story of Farrar and Tellegen." (December 10, 1921). 
Talley, Alma. "Don't be Afraid of Your Emotions." 
(January 26, 192V). 

ALICE TERRY 
Carlin, George A. "A Real Romance of the Screen." (September 3, 

1921). 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Alice Terry Didn't Want to Act." 

(September 16, 1922). 
Leslie, Arthur. "Riding to Fame with the Four Horsemen." 

(January 13, 1923 ). 
Carlisle, Helen. "Alice and Her Protege." (February lh f 1925). 
Terry, Alice. "The True Story of My Life." (May 16, 1925- 

June 13, 1925). 

JANE THOMAS 
Talley, Alma. "Vampire Roles are Outlets for Suppressed Desires." 
(May 19, 1923). 

JOHN CHARLES THOMAS 
Kutner, Nanette. "What Qualities in a Woman Lure a Man Most?" 
(June 2, 1923). 

FRED THOMSON 
Balch, David A. "From Preacher to Movie Star." (April 5, 192*+). 

MARY THURMAN 
Cannon, Regina. "At What Age Should a Screen Star Marry — If Any?" 

(February 2k, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys. "I'm a MormonJ" (November 3, 1923 ). 

GENEVIEVE TOBIN 
Marvin, Courtenay. "On the Screen You are What Your Clothes 
Make You." (July 28, 1923). 

ERNEST TORRENCE 
Balch, David A. "They Told Me I was Just a Comedian." 

(October 27, 1923). 
Greenwood, Grace. "The Ideal Home Life of Ernest Torrence." 

(March 29, 192V). 
Wilson, Lois. "The Ernest Torrence I Know." (February 7, 1925). 

BEN TURPIN 
Crane, Beverly. "A Cross-Eyed View of New York." (October 22, 1921). 

LENORS ULRIC 
Tarrington, Thomas. "Lenore Ulric will Play 'Tiger Rose' on 
Screen." (April 21, 1923). 



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PRINCESS VALDEMAR 
Blashfield, Cora. "Princess' Story More Startling than any 
Movie Heroine's." (July 28, 1923). 

RUDOLF VALENTINO 
Valentino, Rudolf. "The Psychology of 'The Sheik'." 

(October 8, 1921). 
"Rudolf Valentino's Love Wreck." (January 1^, 1922) 
Valentino. Rudolf. "The Romance of Rudolf Valentino's 

Adventurous Life." (February 18, 1922-February 25, 1922). 
"Rudolf Valentino Buys a $35,000 House." (March 11, 1922). 
"Is Rudolf Valentino a Bigamist?" (June 10, 1922). 
Handy, Truman B. "The Road to Hell." (July 8, 1922). 
Sewell, Jack. "Has Valentino a Swelled Head?" (October l*t, 1922). 
♦Valentino, Rudolf. "Why I Want to be Freed from My Contract." 
(October 21, 1922-January 6, 1923). 
"Valentino Will Appeal." (October 28, 1922). 
"Rudolph Couldn't Have Treated Me Worse." (October 28, 1922). 
♦Zukor, Adolph. "Charges Absolutely FalseJ" (November 25, 1922- 

December 2, 1922) 
♦Niblo, Fred. "Saw No Opression." (December 2, 1922). 
♦Eyton, Charles. "Valentino Never Complained." (December 9, 
1922-December 16, 1922). 
Hall, Gladys. "Why I Married Rudolph." (December 16, 1922) 
♦Woods, Frank. "Saw No Cause for Complaint." (December 16, 1922). 
♦Clarke, Victor H. "Valentino Warned to Live Alone." 

(December 30, 1922). 
♦Robertson, Clifford. "Valentino's Salary $700, Asked $1250." 

(January 6, 1923) 
♦"The Truth About Valentino's Divorce." (January 20, 1923- 
February 3, 1923). 
Hall, Gladys. "Women I Like to Dance With." (January 27, 1923). 
Valentino, Rudolf. "What is the Matter with the Movies?" 

(June 16, 1923). 
Valentino, Rudolf. "YesJ I am Not an Invalid." 1 (August 11, 

1923). 
Balch, David A. "The Most Romantic Personality in the World." 

(August 11, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "How I Play a Love Scene." (August 11, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "Is Screen Star's Wife Jealous of Her Husband?" 

(August 11, 1923)o 
Tarring ton, Thomas. "How Valentino Obtained His Marvelous 

Physique." (August 11, 1923). 
Wickstead, Richard. "Valentino Writes a Book of Poems." 

(August 11, 1923). 
Langdon, Lawrence. "Can Hays Induce Zukor to let Valentino Work 

Again?" (August 11, 1923). 
Talley, Alma. "Movie Fans Flock to Valentino's Bedroom." 

(September 8, 1923). 
Rosett, Maurice. "English Fans Rush to Greet Valentino." 

(October 13, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Rudolf Valentino will Appear Again in 

Pictures." (December 1, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Valentino Returns to America." (December 8. 
1923). 

♦Transcripts of court documents. 



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Tarrington, Thomas. "'Rudolf is not Bald." says Mrs. Valentino." 

(January 19, 192 1 *). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Valentino Will Make Two Pictures for 

Famous Players." (January 26, 192U). 
Valentino, Rudolf. "My Trip Abroad." (February 23, 192U- 

August 16, 192V). 
Balch, David A. "Valentino's First Day's Work in the Studio." 

(March 15, 192*+). 
Mabrey, Ruth. "The King and Queen of the Movies." (March 15, 

192^ ). 
Herzog, Dorothea B. "Valentino Returns to Screen in Million 

Dollar Picture." (May 31. 192V). 
Hall, Gladys and Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Interview 

Valentino." (December 13, 192*+). 
Gnaedinger, L. B. N. "Valentino as a Hall-Roomer." (February l 1 *-, 

1925). 
Wilson, Lois. "The Rudolf Valentino I Know." (June 27, 1925). 

VIRGINIA VALLI 
Greenwood, Grace. "No Woman Can Know Life Unless She Marries." 

(September 1, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "What is Woman's Trump Card?" (February 2, 192^). 

BOBBY VERNON 
Lynne, Frankie. "Bobby Vernon — Dangerous Citizen." 
(April 9, 1921). 

FLORENCE VIDOR 
Vidor, Florence. "Why Married Women Make the Best Actresses." 

(June U, 1921). 
Tarrington, Thomas. "Separate Occasionally and Stay Married." 

(June 30, 1923). 
Greer, Elisabeth. "Mor« than a Lady." (September 5, 1925). 

LILLIAN WALKER 
"Lillian Walker Runs From Home to Fame to Obscurity." 
(February 18, 1922-February 25, 1922). 

GLADYS WALTON 
Kingsley, Grace. "If I Decide to Marry You, I'll Write." 

(August 25, 1923). 
Balch, David A. "I Want to Stay Married." (May 2U, 192W). 

GEORGE WALSH 
McVeigh, Blake. "Why I am Not a 'Sport'." (March 29, 192^). 

BRYANT WASHBURN 
"Off Stage with Bryant Washburn." (January 28, 1922). 

NETTA WESTCOTT 
Weber, Clair. "Who Said, 'Acting is an Easy Life'?" 
(September 1, 1923). 

EDNA WHEATON 
"From a Church Choir to the Movies.'" (April 23, 1921). 
"He Popped the Question by Long Distance Telephone." 
(July 9, 1921). 



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WINIFRED WESTOVER (also see William S. Hart) 
Kingsley, Grace. "Bill Hart's Baby Gives His First Interview." 

(March 31, 1923). 
Greenwood, Grace. "Why Bill Hart's Wife will Return to the 

Screen." (February 23, 192*0. 

PEARL WHITE 
White, Pearl. "Pearl White's Life Story." (February 12, 1921- 

March 5, 1921). g$ 

"A Movie Romance Shattered." (May &£, 1921). 
Blenton, Billie. "I Love Fear." (September 3, 1921). 
Hildring, Dwight. "Why has Pearl White Gone into a Convent?" 

(March 10, 1923). 
Kelly, T. Howard. "Is Pearl White Deserting Films for 

Unknown Fiancee?" (March 8, 192*+). 
Talley, Alma. "The Pearl Her Director Knows." (August 9, 192 1 *-). 

KATHRYN WILLIAMS 
"Co- Starring with Death." (July 9, 1921). 

LOIS WILSON 
Balch, David A. "You Can't Mix Marriage and the Movies." 

(March 31, 1923). 
Wickstead, Richard. "The Most Popular Girl in Hollywood." 

(November 10, 1923). 
Talley. Alma M. "Who is the Girl on the Cover?" (January 5, 192U). 
Hall, Gladys. "Why Did They Choose Her?" (August 2, 1921+). 

CLAIRE WINDSOR 
Cannon, Regina^ "Can a Prudish Girl be Popular?" (June 2, 1923). 
Kingsley, Grace. "Male Vamps I Have Known." (July 28, 1923). 
Cannon, Regina. "The Blonde Beauty of Pictures." (June 1^, 192^). 

ANNA MAY WONG 
Kingsley, Grace. "I Shall Marry a Man of My Own Race." 

(November 17, 1923). 
Carlisle, Helen. "A Chinese Puzzle." (August 30, 192^). 

CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG 
Young, Clara Kimball. "My Life History." (March 12, 1921- 
April 9, 1921). 

COUNT BELLA ZICHY 
Levinson, Lewis ¥". "Romantic Elopement Climaxed by Screen Career." 
(July 8, 1922- July 15, 1922). 



ADDENDA 

The following is a selected list of 50 articles not 
previously listed which are of possible interest because of 
the author or subject matter. 

lo Bergere, Ouida. "The Critics Criticized." (March 19, 1921). 

2. "Authoress and Air Pilot!" (April 9, 1921). (Re: Jeanie 
MacPherson). 

3. Lynne, Frankie. "What's the Matter with Marriage?" 
(April 23, 1921). (Re: Lois Weber). 

h. Glyn, Elinor. "Why I Wrote 'Three Weeks'." (June 18, 1921- 
June 25, 1921). 

5. Blenton, Billie, "Past and Present in Motion Pictures." 
(August 20, 1921-August 27, 1921) (Re: J. Searle Dawley). 

6. Hull, Edith M. "Why I Wrote 'The Sheik'." (November 19, 1921). 

7. Herzog, Dorothea B. "Rex Beach Tells the Story of the 
Irish Prince and 'The Iron Trail'." (December 3, 1921). 

8. "An Intimate Closeup of D. W. Griffith." (January 7, 1922). 

9. Handy, Truman B. "The Colorful and Romantic Story of 
William D. Taylor's Remarkable Life." (March 18, 1922- 
April 15, 1922). 

10. Hampton, Benjamin B. "Hollywood Morals." (April 8, 1922). 

11. "The Romance of Erich Von Stroheim." (May 13, 1922). 

12. Levinson, Lewis F. "Convicted Murderer Finds Escape in 
Scenario Writings." (May 20, 1922). (Re: Louis Eytinge). 

13. Sherwood, Robert E. "What's Wrong with the Movies?" 
(June 3, 1922- June 10, 1922). 

lh. Frikell, Samri. "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Predicts Spirit 
Moving Pictures." (August 12, 1922). 

15. MacPherson, Jeanie. "I Have Been in Hell!" (August 19, 

1922). (Re: Her incarceration to obtain prison background.) 

16 Bergere, Ouida. "Why are we Afraid of Sex?" (September 23, 
1922). 

17«- Levinson, Lewis F. "Heroes of the 'Devil Box'." 

(September 30, 1922). (Re: True-Life Cameramen.) 

18. Hays, Will. "Will Hays Tells Movie Weekly what he is 
doing and will do for the Movies." (October 21, 1922). 



19. Hays, Will. "A Challenge to the Movies and You!" 
(December 9, 1922). 

20. De Mille, Cecil B. "Facing Death with a Grizzly Bear." 
(December 23, 1922-December 30, 1922). 

21. Kelly, T. Howard. "Colored Society Seeks to Force 
Censorship of Griffith Film." (January 6, 1923). 
(Re: Birth of a Nation revival). 

22. Tarrington, Thomas. "Belasco Succumbs to Lure of Movies." 
(February 2h, 1923). 

23. Kelly, T. Howard. "Is There a Ku KLux KLan in the Movies?" 
(March 2W, 1923). 

2U. Rochester, Paul. "You Bet the Camera Lies J" (April 7, 
1923). (Re: Special visual effects.) 

25. Warner, Sam. "Have You a Screen Personality?" 
(April 21, 1923). 

26. Kelly, T. Howard. "Foolish King Rebukes Nobility for 
Hobnobbing with Movie Folk." (April 28, 1923). 

(Re: Lord Mountbatten's visit to Hollywood and aftermath). 

27. Kelly, T. Howard. "Movie Weekly Writer Threatened by 
Ku KLux KLan." (May 5, 1923) (Re: #23, above). 

28. Balch, David A. "Movie Magnate was Once Cartoonist's 
Office Boy." (May 5, 1923). (Re: B. P. Schulberg and 
Rube Goldberg). 

29. Kingsley, Grace. "Cecil De Mille — Director and Daddy." (May 12 
1923). 

30. Talley, Alma M. "Finger Printing the Stars to Foil 
Imposters." (June 9, 1923). 

31. Kelly, T. Howard. "What I Found in Hollywood." (June 23, 
1923). (Re: William J. Burns, detective). 

32. Kelly, T. Howard. "Movie Weekly Writer Receives Official 
Communication from Ku KLux KLan." (July ^, 1923). 

(Re: #27, above). 

33. Balch, David A. "The Man Who Made the Movies Human." 
(July 28, 1923). (Re: C. Gardner Sullivan). 

3*+. Talley, Alma. "Too Much Beauty on the Screen." (August 25, 
1923). (Re: Maurice Tourneur). 

35. Murray, Arthur. "Dancing — A Short Cut to Screen Fame." 
(September 15, 1923). 



36. Kelly, T. Howard. "The Ku KLux Klan Makes a Movie." 
(October 6, 1923). 

37. Roberts, W. Adolphe. "Why Paris Banned 'The Birth of 
a Nation'." (October 13, 1923). 

38. Tarrington, Thomas. "Home Movies Threaten the Film Houses 
with Disaster]" (November 2*f, 1923). (Re: Hugo Risenfeld). 

39. Kelly, T. Howard. "Will Prince of Wales Shock Royal 
Throne by Accepting Job in Movies?" (March 1, 192*0. 

*+0. Balch, David A. "The Man Who Discovered Pola Negri." 
(December 29, 1923). (Re: Ernst Lubitsch). 

*+l. Kelly, T. Howard. "Marriages Not Made in Heaven." 
(February 16, 192*0. (Re: Rupert Hughes). 

*f2. England, John. "How De Mille Filmed 'The Ten Commandments'." 
(February 16, 192*0. 

^3. Davies, Marion. "How I Wrote 'Kiss Me Again'." (March 15, 
192*0. (Re: Victor Herbert). 

hh. Cannon, Regina. "How I Cope with 'Artistic Temperament'." 
(March 22, 192*0. (Re: Sidney Olcott). 

h$. Kingsley, Grace. "How 'The Thief of Bagdad' was Made." 
(March 29, 192*0. 

V6. Willoughby, Ralph. "Why I am Leaving the Movies at the 

Height of my Career." (April 19, 192!+). (Re: Rex Ingram). 

*+7. Balch, David A. "Wanted: A Blonde Leading Man." 
(April 26, 192*+). (Re: Raoul Walsh). 

WJ. Vandercook, John W. "The Man Who Stands Behind the Stars." 
(September **, 192*0. (Re: Adolph Zukor). 

*+9. Hall, Gladys & Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "We Attend the 
Premire of 'Romola'." (December 27, 192*+). 

50. Green, LeRoy. "The Talk of Hollywood." (February 21, 1925). 
(Re: Josef Von Sternberg). 



AUTOBIOGRAPHIES In MOVIE WEEKLY 



Agnes Ayres 

Richard Barthelmess 

Betty Blythe 

Betty Compson 

Jackie Coogan 
Maurice Costello 
Bebe Daniels 

Marion Davies 
Barbara La Marr 
Mary Miles Minter 

Colleen Moore 

Antonio Moreno 

Buck Jones 

Mae Murray 

Pola Negri 

Anna Q. Nils son 

Eddie Polo 

Wallace Reid 

Ruth Roland 

Gloria Swanson 

Alice Terry 

Rudolf Valentino 

Pearl White 

Clara Kimball Young 

Richard Dix 

Flora Finch 

Pauline Frederick 

Sessue Hayakawa 

Rod La Rocque 



- June h, 1921- June 11, 1921 

- March l*f, 1925-May 16, 1925 

- July 12, 192W- August 30, 192^ 

- July 30, 1921- August 6, 1921 

- December 30, 1922 

- November 19, 1921- November 26, 1921 

- July 25, 1925-September 12, 1925 

- August 30, 192>+- October 11, 192^ 

- December 13, 192 l f-February 7, 1925 

- May 7, 1921 

- September 5, 1925-September 26, 1925 

- November 8, 192^- December 13, 192*+ 

- March ?6, 1921-April 30, 1921 

- July 16, 1921- July 23, 1921 

- September 16, 1922 

- June 13, 192 5- July 25, 1925 

- June 3, 1922-June 2h, 1922 

- March 19, 1921- March 26, 1921 

- September 3, 1921- September 10, 1921 

- March 5, 1921 

- May 16, 192 5- June 13, 1925 

- February 18, 1922- February 25, 1922 

- February 12, 1921- March 5, 1921 

- March 12, 1921-April 9, 1921 

- September 16, 1922 

- May 7, 1921-May \h, 1921 

- September 17, 1921 

- September 2>+, 1921-October 1, 1921 

- February 7, 1925-March lh, 1925