Three Beauties at Triangle Opening
UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE LEADS
THE opening of the Triangle film plays at the Knickerbocker Theater, New York, September 18, and at the Studebaker Theater,
Another bright luminary of the Triangle opening is Miss Seena Owen, one of those golden haired young Scandinavians whose beauty and naiveté have captured the picture world by storm. She is the daughter of a Demark-born
The third of the leading women trio is dainty Margaret Gibson, who will appear with Frank Keenan in “The Coward,” a man’s play for the most part with the characteristic Thomas Ince punch and the Frank Keenan powerful characterization. Yet there are some pretty love scenes in it and Miss Gibson is said to be fully adequate for the work she is called on to do.
The Triangle forces are unusually strong in capable and comedy actresses. Among those to appear in some of the later productions are Rozsika Dolley, Lillian and Dorothy Gish, Mae Marsh, Enid Markey, Rhea Mitchell, Louise Glaum, Bessie Barriscale and the distinguished Frohmas star, Billie Burke.
Courtesy of John Armijo
Transcribed by Marilyn Slater