To be able to write a play a man must be sensitive, imaginative, naive, gullible, passionate; he must be something of an imbecile, something of a poet, something of a liar, something of a damn fool. 8 more words
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Rick’s Journal – MY FILM CAREER
Orphans of the Storm D.W. Griffith 1921
Robert E. Sherwood (!) wrote: “There is scarcely a scene or an effect in the entire production that is not beautiful to look upon, and there is scarcely a moment that is not charged with intense dramatic power.” 395 more words
This is the eighth post in an ongoing series where I’ll be posting PDF’s from my collection of WWI era pulp magazines.
One of my long-term projects is to eventually track down some of the Australian & New Zealander fiction of the First World War, to see (amongst other things) how it compares to Canadian war fiction. 785 more words