Appeared in "For Love's Sweet Sake" on Broadway. Written by Clay M. Greene
[final Broadway credit]. Princess Theatre: 12 Feb 1906-Feb 1906 (closing date unknown/8 performances/played in repertory with a revival of "The Bishop"). Cast: M. Alexander, Nicholas Carroll, W.H. Thompson.
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When the film was cut and assembled, I would turn my attention to stories and would work until midnight writing scenarios for the following day. With my wife's help, I managed to keep my production up to par . . . Life was fraught with many discouragements and anxieties for those who were engaged in the early motion picture industry. There were many disheartening problems and setbacks. Each step ...
It was while working as a lifeguard in 1902 in Atlantic Highlands, NJ, that a young Ince became convinced that money could be made by staging vaudeville in the town's seaside pavilion. He was wrong.