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Santa Cruz County History - Films
Santa Cruz Evening News. Nov. 21, 1917. p. 8
FELTON AT MERCY OF TWO GUN HART AND HIS CROWD
William S. Hart, the famous "Western" film actor and a party of twenty are at Felton making exteriors for the latest thriller of the great outdoors which the popular Ince company are to produce. The party arrived from Los Angeles on the first train this morning and breakfasted at the St. George. They left immediately afterward for Felton.
The company will put in two or three days in the vicinity and are aiming to film scenes in a logging camp of the old days.
Light and climatic conditions are perfect for the work ahead of the actors.
Copyrighted by the Santa Cruz County Sentinel. Reproduced by permission.