The Mentor: vol. 9, #6. July 1, 1921: Motion Pictures; the miracle of modern photography
by Griffith, D. W., Rex Beach, Rupert Hughes et al, W. D. Moffat, editor
New York: The Crowell Publishing Company, 1921. the monthly. 40p., 7x10 inches, includes 11p., b&w photos of the director-author at work, magazine i decorated monochrome stapled wraps show a bit of foxing round the margins and a short split in spinefold, good copy. This issue of The Mentor is devoted exclusively to film. Find here articles on cinema by Hugo Ballin (seven pages with extensive sepia backlot photography, a fine series), sir Gilbert Parker (nine sepia-illustrated pages including a good doublespread, production stills and an aerial view of "a California picture town studio"), Henry Arthur Jones, Rupert Hughes and Rex Beach and several others, each of these latter with vignette photoportraits. (Inventory #: 168090)
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