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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
JlAE MCIinAY JI AKE DEIBUT
JT in m town of Old Itvproducvd for
"To Have and to Hold."
The beautiful Miss Mae Murry in
The fact was announced some weeks
past and the production chosen by the
Jesse L. La sky Feature Hay Company
for her debut is "To Have and To
Hold," from the novel by Mary Johnson
of the same name.
Never in the' history of the motion
picture industry was a more elaborate
and stupendous introduction prepared for
any single star and it is said without
fear of contradiction that the antieipa-
will be a part of this production, is a
audiences for several years, and more
recently has been prominent as one of the
leading exponents of the modern dances.
On the Lasky ranch in Souhern Cali
fornia, they are building an entire village
representing Jamestown, Va., as it was
in the days of the early 17th Century.
When the Lasky Company . decided to
make this photoplay several months ago,
a search was made for early American
histories and the village being built has
been designed from a sketch of James
town as it appeared in an English publi
cation about the time of the story of
"To Have and To Hold."
Among the historical features which
Ill' I U :
FOWNES AND C. L. BECKER, LEADERS ON THE PINEHURST LINKS
tion of her film debut will in no measure
be greater than its realization.
Employing more than one thousand
"extras" in the roles of early Virginia
settlers and American Indians will lend
atmosphere to the picturization of "To
Have and To Hold" and also, there have
been few five-part features that have
ever appeared on the Paramount Program
representing an investment outlay so
great as "To Have and To Hold."
This photoplay, which is a picturization
of one of the widest read and best known
novels in the past ten years, is a wonder
ful medium to introduce Miss Murray as
a photoplay star, who was the popular
star of the Ziegfeld Follies in 1915 and
has been a favorite of musical comedy
representation of the Council Meeting of
the Jamestown Settlement, based on
authoritative records now in possession
of the Congressional Library. The Lasky
Company is making every effort to give to
this production absolute historical cor
rectness. Probably no period in Ameri
can history holds more vivid appeal to
the imaginative mind than during those
years letween 1600 and 1640 when a new
nation was founded on the Western
The stockade village is perfect in all
its details, and during the several weeks
in which the photoplay is being made,
the houses of this village are being used
by the big cast of people as residences.
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HOBE SOUND, FLORIDA yard8, oq the ocean front.
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