This time is not far distant – perhaps within the next generation – when the motion picture will entirely supplant printed word.' This is the startling statement of Perley Poore Sheehan, noted novelist and, with Robert H. Davis, editor of Munsey's, the author of the novel, 'We Are French,' from which Rupert Julian made 'Love and Glory,' the production showing these days at the Coronet screen. 'It is a scientific fact,' says Sheehan, 'that the things we can visualize are those which remain best in our memories.' 'This will lead to another angle – instead of writing for print, authors will write directly for the screen.' Sheehan's story, as produced by Julian, is the director's first picture since 'Merry-Go-Round.' The cast includes Madge Bellamy, Wallace MacDonald, Gibson Gowland, Ford Sterling, Priscilla Dean Moran and Charles De Ravenne.
Love and Glory: Screen will Supplant Print - An Author's Opinion
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A nobleman, posing as a necktie salesman, falls in love with the daughter of a circus puppeteer, even though he is already married to the daughter of his country's war minister.
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