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Santa Cruz County History - Films
Santa Cruz Evening News. April 19, 1926. p. 3
FOX MANAGER ARRIVES AT THE ST. GEORGE
Frank Ward, business manager of the big Irving Cummings unit of the Fox Film Company which arrives at the St. George Hotel tomorrow morning for the filming of "Pigs" in this city, registered at the uptown hostelry this morning to complete final arrangements for the quartering of the troupe.
Shortly after arrival he was taken to the various locations chosen for the filming under guidance of John Mowry of the Santa Cruz Cab Company, whose cars have been engaged for transportation of the company while in this city.
Locations have been chosen on High and Catalpa Streets, while a great amount of the filming will be done on the famed Hotel St. George hog ranch.
The company will arrive early tomorrow morning in its own special train.
Copyrighted by the Santa Cruz County Sentinel. Reproduced by permission.