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Santa Cruz County History - Films
Santa Cruz Sentinel-News, Morning Edition. June 8, 1924. p. 4
TWO MOTION PICTURE COMPANIES
Two motion picture companies are to be at Boulder Creek for awhile.
The Lasky Company with 60 persons, starring William Farnum, is there.
Farnum and the main cast are at the Dickinson place at Ben Lomond, and the remaining members of the company are at Boulder Creek.
Another company is due today and will be at Universal City.
Laskys are putting on "The Man Who Fights Alone," from the popular book "The Miracle of Love."
This company worked Saturday at the Big Trees and will work today at the gorge at the final scenes at a specially constructed bridge.
Lois Wilson plays opposite to William Farnum.
With the company of 25 from Universal City will be Jack Hoxie and Charlotte Stevens. They will work a week.
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