Appeared in "The Ninety and Nine" on Broadway. Written by Ramsay Morris
. Based on a hymn by D. Sankey. Academy of Music: 7 Oct 1902-Jan 1903 (closing date unknown/128 performances). Cast: Amy Ames, Edwin Arden, Aubrey Beattie, W.F. Carroll, Mart J. Cody, Mrs. E.A. Eberle, Louis Egan, Katherine Grey, Theodore Hamilton, Charles ...
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Thomas Harper Ince | Thomas Ince
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My first picture contained 53 scenes, and it was freely predicted that I would be fired for wasting so much time and film. Around the studio I was generally designated as "one of those New York guys that know all about the picture business". My salutatory was a comedy. I believe it was three days in the making.
After the death of Wallace Reid
from drugs, Ince capitalized on the incident by casting Reid's widow in the anti-drug film Human Wreckage
(1923), one of the first films to use psychedelic sets.