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Week of August 4th, 1917

Doris Pawn, 1917

Doris Pawn, 1917

One hundred years ago this week, Grace Kingsley reported on a frightening film set accident:

The sprightly and athletic Doris Pawn, who plays opposite Willard Louis in the latter’s first comedy for William Fox, under the direction of Charles Parrott, had a miraculous escape from suffering severe injuries or death while on location.

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Week of July 28th, 1917

Fred Church, 1917

Fred Church, undated

One hundred years ago this week, Grace Kingsley reported on a production at Universal that was more exciting than it really needed to be. 929 more words

Heart O'The Hills (1919)

Mary Pickford Season: FD Cinematheque

Heart O’The Hills (1919)

Dir: Joseph De Grasse and Sidney Franklin

Cast: Mary Pickford, Harold Goodwin, Allan Sears, Fred Huntley, Claire McDowell, Sam De Grasse… 649 more words

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Coaches, interviews and the NFC West

The Cardinals are basically going to be set up the same next season — OK, we wait for official word on what Larry Fitzgerald is going to do — because after almost all of the vacant head coaching jobs have been filled, Harold Goodwin remains in Arizona. 228 more words

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Rams, and the season, aftermath

That sound you heard from the direction of California Sunday night was the Cardinals exhaling. No, David Johnson hasn’t had his MRI yet, but there is optimism that the knee injury he suffered Sunday will cost him only that record of 100 yards from scrimmage in every game and nothing further. 587 more words

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Rooney Rule Time: Tokens, anyone...

Two more games remain in the 2016 NFL Season and the coaching carousel and firing squad has already ensued. The next batch of can’t miss coordinators are on team’s in desperate need of direction, short list. 428 more words

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Friday before the Saints

Larry Fitzgerald slowly sat in the chair in front of his locker for his weekly meeting with the press.

“The body is definitely feeling Week 15-ish and 33-ish,” Fitzgerald said with a weary smile. 625 more words

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