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Weekly Film Notes. The ubiquity of the movmg picture is sisrikkgly demonstrated by the fact that there are m Japan no less than eight picture maga- zines published regularly either weekly oot monthly. The leading journal among them. the Katsudo No Sekai," has a circulation of over a. quarter of a million, and a recent enquiry on its part revealed the f-:E the most popular pictures in circulation, in jap-,& are Paramount and Artcraft, particularly those in which Billie Burke and Marguerite Clark are seen. Very shortly there will be seen on the screens of the best pcture houses a photo- play in which Caruso, the world-famous operatic star, plays the chief part—or rather, parts, for he has a dual role. This picture, which is an Artoraft production, is called My Cousin," and is a romantic drama of the picturesque type in which Caruso, as a maker of models for plaster casts and as an opera singer, plays opposite himself m many parts of the film. The synchronisation is per- fect, and the effect in several instances is startling in its realism. This Artcraft picture is all the more noteworthy in that it marks the great singer's screen debut. There is, perhaps, no film star whose popularity exceeds that of Douglas Fairbanks, known to all picture enthusiasts as "Smiling Doug." His superlative cheeriness and ath- letic figure, as well as his fine acting, have endeared him not only to the regular cinema- goers, but to the many who have at the outset been attracted to the "movies" by the clean virile stories which are always usea as a vehicle for the displey of his talents. One of Doug's big assets is that, however strenuous a part he has to play, he never "fakes" in any way, and particularly in the giving and taking of hard knocks does he indulge in realism. Fairbanks graduated to the pictures from the legitimate stage, on which he made his initial appearance with Frederick Waide, as Francois in "Richlieu." The current Fairbanks Picture "He comes'up smiling," an Artcxllift production in which "Doug." becomes a Knight of the Road who is a modem Quixote. Among the film artistes who have moce recently come to the fore is Enid Bennett, who is the fortunate possessor, both of emotional power and the ability to characterize bright quaintness in comedy-drama. She was, like many other screen favourites, a discovery of Thomas H. Ince, the famous producer. He was first attracted by her beauty in the early days of her film career, and, finding that it was backed by a large amount of dramatic ability, Mr. Ince took her in hand, and under his direction she quickly came to the front as a film actress of great charm and merit. Enid Bennett's latest Paramount picture is "When do we eat?" which deals with the vicissitudes of a touring theatrical company. Famous Players-Lasky British Producers, it is announced, anticipates starting operations at its studios, which are situated cl ose to the centre of London, about the end of October. In a short tune two or three companies are to be at work simultaneously, and from fifteen to twenty pictures are o be produced during the first year. It is intended to discover and create British stars, and later on to exchange them with America, where they will be exploited in order to give them intecnotiana l reputation.
BURSAR SCHOLARSHIPS EXAMINATION, 1919. I RESULT OF EXAMINATION. I AMMANFORD CENTRE. II All candidates who have secured 200 marks and over will be awarded a buttery." t Nancy Jones, Glanamman 345 2 Eunice Thomas, Glanamman 339 3 Myfanwy Lloyd, Glanamman 320 Irene Roberts, Parcyrhun 320 5 Hubert Walters, Glanamman 314 6 David J. Williams, Ystradowen 308 7 Annae E. Walters, Tycroes C. 295 8 Brinley Lewis, Glanamman 284 9 Flossie Lloyd, Glanamman 276 10 Cranogwen Daniel, Garnant 273 11 Daniel Harries, Glanamman 272 12 Minnie Da vies, Cefnbrynbrain 265 13 David S. Davies, Sasron 253 14 Talbot S. Davies, Brynamman 248 15 Irene Evans, Glanamman 244 16 Brinley Price, Glanamman 239 17 Esther A. Griffiths, Parcyrhun 234 18 Alun G. Jones, Tycroes Council 223 19 Jennie Evans, Parcyrhun 222 20 Willie Williams, Ystradowen 215 21 Olivia Thomas, Glanamman 213 22 Maggie L. Richards, Brynamman 200 23 Mary H. Price, Saron 198 24 David L. Jones, Ystradowen 190 25 Evelyn Lewis, Amman Valley County 188 26 Rachel G. Davies, Bettws 172 27 Clarice Williams, Ammanford 162
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