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Production Still with Jack Mulhall and Marguerite Clark



Production Still with Jack Mulhall and Marguerite Clark
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Title: Production Still with Jack Mulhall and Marguerite Clark
Description: In this production still for "All of a Sudden Peggy," Jack Mulhall and Marguerite Clark kneel and act a scene in front of a tapestry. In the foreground, Walter Edwards sits in his director's chair at left (with a pince-nez stored on his right ear), and next to him cameraman William Marshall cranks a Pathé studio camera. The gaffer sits on the floor at left behind a small Kliegl spotlight and under several Cooper-Hewitt lights.

Image ID: 98272
Creation
Date:
1920 
Creator
Name:
Famous Players-Lasky
Collection
Name:
WCFTR Title File
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Actors
Actresses
Silent films
Motion picture producers and directors
Motion picture cameras
 

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Please Credit: Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research

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