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Penrhyn Stanlaws (1877–1957)

Penrhyn Stanlaws was born on March 19, 1877 in Dundee, Scotland, UK. He was a director, known for Pink Gods (1922), Singed Wings (1922) and At the End of the World (1921). He was previously married to Jean Pughsley. He died on May 20, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Pink Gods Director
Singed Wings Director
Over the Border Director


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 1922 The Woman Who Walked Alone (supervisor - unconfirmed)
 1920 Idols of Clay (director trainee)
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 1944 Along the Cactus Trail (Documentary short)
 1923 Screen Snapshots, Series 3, No. 20 (Documentary short)
 1922 A Trip to Paramountown (Documentary short)
 1914 Our Mutual Girl, No. 26 (Short)

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Article in Screenland magazine, pages 16-23: "What's the Matter With Our Hollywood Women?"

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Jean Pughsley

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After his last film was released, he burned all his bridges with the film colony by penning an eight-page article for the January, 1923 issue of Screenland magazine titled "What's the Matter With Our Hollywood Women?" In it, he raked many of the era's most popular actresses over the coals for their most minor physical imperfections. He said that most Hollywood actresses had too-short legs, ... See more »

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