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Screenland October 1923.djvu

Title Screenland
Year 1923
Publisher Screenland, Inc.
Source djvu
Progress To be proofread
Transclusion Index not transcluded or unreviewed


a Magazine of Young Ideas

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Myron Zobel
Frederick James Smith
Associate Editor:
Anne Austin


No. 1

Contents for OCTOBER, 1923

Claire Windsor (Cover Design) Rolf Armstrong
Screenland Gallery 11-14, 31-34


The Romantic Age of the Movies Robert E. Sherwood 15
The Costume Picture's Develop into an Avalanche
Is This Waste? Helen Starr 17
Fortunes are Annually Wasted Through Ego
The Adventures of Photoplay Phyllis John Held 20
The Beginning of a Fascinating Cartoon Series
Rodolph Valentino and Matrimony Anna Prophater 22
Mrs. Valentino says there is no secret of love
The Crepe de Chene Revolution Helen Lee 26
How the photoplay has changed the taste of America
Does Gloria Believe It Herself? Delight Evans 29
Is Miss Swanson just a good business woman?
Is the Screen Afraid of Sex Gladys Hall 36
The Silversheet shuns the facts of sex
Bursting Bubbles Mildred Doherty 38
Shattering Illusions Is Hollywood's indoor sport
Grand Larceny Eunice Marshall 40
Anent the gentle art of stealing the picture
An Outline of Motion Picture Etiquette Delight Evans 44
A humorous discussion upon correct picture behavior
The Movies? Absolutely, Mr. Gallagher! Harriette Underhill 46
The comedians, Gallagher and Shean, invade the films
Hidden Wedding Rings Grace Kingsley 49
How Film Weddings are kept secret
New Hope for the American Photoplay Constance Palmer Littlefield 62
Victor Seastrong talks of our pictures
Stars In Embryo Ted Rupert 70
Screenland's Hollywood artist observes the st extras
Fool's Gold Anonymous 79
Further chapters of the Extra Girl's Diary


The Screen Year in Review Frederick James Smith 52
A complete analysis of the film season
And Yet They Censor the Movies 56
Photographic glimpses of the Stage Hits
Our Own News Reel 58
The film news told in pictures
Autumn and Milady's Fashions 64
The neatest fashions of the picture stars
The Listening Post Eunice Marshall and Constance Palmer Littlefield 72
The gossip of Hollywood and New York

Published Monthly by Screenland, Inc. (A Delaware Corporation) at Cooperstown, N. Y., U. S. A. Copyright, 1923, Trade-Mark registered. Single copies 25 cents; Subscription price, United States and Canada $2.50 a year; Foreign $3.50. Entry as second-class matter applied for at the Post Office at Cooperstown, N. Y. Formerly entered as second-class matter, August 27, 1920, at the Post-Office at Los Angeles, Cal., under the act of March 3, 1879; entered on April 15, 1922, at the Post-Office at San Francisco, Cal. Permission to reprint material must be secured from the Thompson Feature Syndicate, 45 West 16th St., New York City. General Executive and Editorial Offices at 119 West 40th Street, New York, N. Y. Western Advertising Office, Young & Ward, 168 North Michigan Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. Publishers also of Real Life Stories. Subscription price. United States and Canada, $2.50 a year; single copies, 25 cents. Club rate, the two magazines, $4.00 a year; Foreign, $6,00. Screenland Magazine out the first of every month; Real Life Stories out the fifteenth.