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Santa Cruz County History - Films
Santa Cruz Evening News. May 7, 1917. p. 8
PHOTOPLAY ACTORS HERE TO ENACT FILM
A motion picture company comprising about twenty actors and actresses, members of the New York motion picture company of Culver City, arrived in Santa Cruz yesterday morning and are registered at the St. George hotel. The players put in a happy day fishing and at the beach yesterday and this morning started early for the San Vicente mill where they will start shooting scenes in a new picture the exteriors of which are to be made in this section.
The company will spend several days at Santa Cruz, a few days at Gregory and several days at Felton and in the San Lorenzo canyon.
The party, which is in charge of Director Storm, is made up as follows: Charles Ray, leading man, a well-known Triangle star; Vic Schurtzinger, Miss Breaner, Messrs. Uluton, Eagler, Dowling, Jim Leslie, Manuel Ojeda, Joe Bennett, Curran, R. Thompson, Barney, Tillery, Gove, Ellingford, Wallock, Languer, Edwards, H. R. Spurgin, F. J. Quinn and Mrs. Keller.
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