A dozen bloody battles could have been fought, which appear in Maurice Tourneur's picture version of the familiar novel, 'Lorna Doone,' which is coming to the Queen's Theatre. For weeks during the production of this story, the scenes of which are laid in rural England and the London of the 17th century, the lot of the Thomas H. Ince studios, where the picture was made. More than 11,000 men and women were called for to appear in the court scenes. The costuming of the 'extras' was managed with efficiency. Each of them was inspected by two 'costume' experts who had devoted their careers to studying period dress.
Lorna Doone': Tomorrow at the Queen's
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R.D. Blackmore (screen version: of famous story)
In 17th-century England, an outlaw clan kidnaps a young girl, who grows up among them. The farm boy who met her just before the kidnapping eventually rescues her, and they fall in love.
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