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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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.
There are no known surviving prints of his 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 he would go on to produce ...