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The Moving Picture Boys and the Flood

Perilous Days on the Mississippi

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Author: Victor Appleton (pseudonym)
Published: 1914
Language: English
Wordcount: 45,328 / 142 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 83.7
Downloads: 281
Added to site: 2014.06.17 31590

cating his sister, who had gone to the Dark Continent as a missionary's helper.

Mr. Duncan and his daughter Jessie made their home together, and Joe stayed with them when he was not off with Blake making moving pictures--which was quite often.

For a time Joe and Blake had worked with the Film Theatrical Company, which went to various parts of the country to get the proper backgrounds for their films. But of late, as I have said, the two boys had started out for themselves.

Still they kept up their acquaintanceship and friendship with the company. Just a word about the various members, and I will resume this story.

Mr. Jacob Ringold was the proprietor of the Film Theatrical Company, and some of the members were Henry Robertson, who played juvenile leads, Harris Levinberg, the "villain," Miss Nellie Shay, the leading lady, and Birdie Lee, a pretty, vivacious girl, who took the lighter feminine parts in the dramas. And there was Christopher Cutler P



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