Santa Cruz County History - Films

Full Text Newspaper ArticleSanta Cruz Daily Surf. Jan. 8, 1917. p. 4


To Take Logging Camp Scenes Near Santa Cruz

A company of 12 movie people arrived this morning from Los Angeles. They are members of the Anchor Film Company and are at the Hotel St. George. They are here to put on logging camp scenes and those in charge are out today to get a suitable setting. The scenes will form an important part in the presentation of the film "Hell Has No Fury."

Charles Bartlett is the director and F. G. Granger secretary of the company, and they are here. Grace Davison, known as the "Cameo Girl of the Movies," is the leading lady and Joe King leading man. Melbourne MacDowell of London, one of the celebrated actors in Shakespearean roles, is here, it being his first time in the movies. The company came from New York to Los Angeles a month ago and in the south are with the Signal Film Company.