Mhairi Morrison-Non Fiction Audio Book



Non fiction. Informative. Warm

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Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General) Scottish (General)


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Mari Morrison in 1909 Mary Pickford played 45 rules for Griffith, and in 1910 she played 35. Some of these were bits and walk ons. The director like to keep the troop off balance, and ah, Performer, who played the lead in one story, might serve his background interest in the next. But the prominence of Jack and Lottie on the payroll hints that Mary had become a major presence in the studio. And only two years Jack made 28 Biograph, Sfard Griffith quite a number, considering that the director had promoted Robert Harron, a superior small boy type, to acting. Lottie, whose talents were even weaker, made 25. According to Arvidsson, Pickford had sized up her sister's chances, decided she wasn't pretty enough for film and tried to avoid bringing her to the Biograph brownstone. On the other hand, Pickford family values decreed that each member of the family work, apparently, Lottie found a reason to hang around the ballroom, snatched the old role and worked as a stand in probably for her sister. What he even made the Biograph softball team. The group worked fast for the studio, sent two rials a week to exhibitors, The's might represent two or three movies, as one could be a split riel containing two films, each running 500 feet. And they had competition, especially from the Vita graph and Edison companies who staked out far flung Flatbush and the Bronx. They're the actors worked in sun catching factories, long glass lodges that funneled son enriched it with studio light and sheltered equipment from the rain. Such factories might increase production by lining up platforms side by side and shooting films simultaneously. They had plenty of actors, but getting there involved long subway rides. Biograph Studio was at the theater district. Southern Tip actors could drop by while making their daily theatrical rounds.