The presence of D. W. Griffith in Miami, Florida, where he finished scenes for his presentation of 'The White Rose,' resulted in a motion picture boom in that town. Other directors and producers have worked in Miami, but none awakened the widespread enthusiasm among the solid businessmen of the town. Out in Hialeah, with a large and newly equipped studio, Mr. Griffith had leased for a time, the real estate interests are looking forward to the eventual formation of a great motion picture colony. Mr. Griffith and leading members of his company, like Mae Marsh, Carol Dempster, Ivor Novello, Lucille La Verne and Neil Hamilton were entertained by the social net of Miami during their stay. 'The White Rose' starts its run today at the Coronet.
The White Rose: Griffith Starts a Film Colony Boom - Company at Miami Causes Conjecture
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A wealthy young Southern aristocrat, Joseph, graduates from a seminary and, before he takes charge of his assigned parish, decides to go out and see what "the real world" is all about. He ...
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