STATE THEATRE, One Night Only
Wed., March 10
CARLIE and ESLICK
THE MOVIE MAKERS
"Big Movie Night"
EDWIN JAMES CARLIE
In Person on the Stage
Pictures Will Be Taken on the Stage of this Theatre Just as
They Do In the Studios of Hollywood.
See Yourself on the Screen
NOTE:—MOTION PICTURES WILL BE MADE ON THE
STREETS AND AT THE SCHOOLS DURING THE DAY
EDWIN JAMES CARLIE, Director
PICTURES TO RE TAKEN AT SCHOOLS AND ON STATE ST. DURING
DAY AND THEATRE STAGE AT NIGHT
Edwin Carlie and Leroy Eslick,
"THE MOVIE MAKERS'" who are
appearing at the State theatre next
Wednesday, March 10, arc the genuine
article, direct from Hollywood.
Mr. Carlie has been a member of
the motion picture colony for the
past ten years. He has been associated
with such well known stars as
Harold Lloyd. Mary Pickford. Jack
Pickford, Norma and Constance Talmadge,
"Busier" Keaton, Harry Langdon
and many others, as an
actor. For the .past three years
"Edwin J." as he is known to his
associates, has bent his efforts toward
the directorial end of the motion
picture business. You will see
him in action in person at the State
theatre next Wednesday only.
Leroy Eslick is a cameraman who
received his first instructions under
the watchful eye of our "Uncle
Sammy" during the
After the armistice, Mr. Eslick
turned his face westward and did not stop,
until he heard the conductor of the "Limited" call "all
out for Hollywood." Roy has been
there ever since, with the exception
of a location trip, now and then.
He has "cranked" many miles of
film for a few of the popular ones.
Such as. Alberta Vaughn in the
"Adventures of Mazie," Fred Thompson
in "The Bandit's Baby," Evelyn
Brent, "Kit" Guard, Albert Cooke
and many other F. B. O. stars. Mr.
Eslick was "on" the camera for two
years with the famous little darling
"Baby Peggy" for the stage Universal
Film Company. He also will appear
in person on the stage of the
State theatre next Wednesday using
the same camera that he used to
photograph the above mentioned celebrities.