One of the fabulous things I am finding while reading the Goldwyn Studio newsletter is the production details who was; the editor, set designer, and shipping date, etc. UPSTAIRS is one of the missing Mabel Normand movies, so we are dependent on the photos and press releases but in-house information is nice to have.
The Studio Skeleton
July 12, 1919
The negative of this production – (UPSTAIRS), has been shipped (July 12, 1919) to the
There is no mystery in this, no need to ask the reason why. VICTOR SCHERTZINGER directed “UPSTAIRS” assisted by WYATT L. BRUSTER, with GEORGE WEBBER at the camera, the story being arranged for the screen by ROBERT F. HILL from the All-Story Magazine tale by PERLEY POORE SHEEHAN.
The cutting was in the hands of JACK DENNIS, while the art lettering was accomplished by J. C. DUNNING and his corps, including R. COLYAR, J. W. ROBSON and his staff of penmen – A. T. WESTON, N. L. HAYES, R. J. MAMMES, P. GRIMM, C. NAASSON, E. SMYTHE, with H. HARRISON at the camera.
Altogether The Skeleton – and we speak for the entire Studio – thinks “UNSTAIRS” is a rollicking festival of fun and predicts that MABEL NORMAND and her aides will be responsible for a landslide of laughter when “UPSTAIRS” is released August 3.