Appeared (final Broadway role) in "Cousin Louisa" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by Frederick Paulding
. Daly's Theatre: 30 Apr 1906-7 May 1906 (8 performances). Cast: Charles Cherry, Paula Gloy, George Probert, Samuel Reed, Dorothy Revelle, Charles Swickard, Mary Van Buren, Kate Denin Wilson. Produced by Daniel Frohman
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Thomas Harper Ince | Thomas Ince
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Primarily the director must know life, but he must know too how to project life, not in narrative form, but by selected dramatic moments, each of which builds toward a definite crisis or climax that will bring a burst of emotional response from th audience... He is the personification of every character in his drama as he directs each scene, carrying the story development so closely in his ...
There are no known surviving prints of Ince's first feature, The Battle of Gettysburg
(1913), released as a five-reeler in December 1913 by Mutual, although a very detailed script still exists. It is notable for its inclusion of specific dialogue, directions for actors' facial expressions and camera directions for the eight cameras that were used to film the epic. Although Ince would go on to ...