John Grey


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Speedy (1928) - The Only Thing Speedy Required Much discussed, now appearing in his first scene, Yankees fan Speedy (Harold Lloyd) handles his soda-jerk job with skill as he keeps track of the score in Speedy, 1928.
Speedy (1928) - Babe Ruth Thus far barely able to secure a fare in his new gig as a cabbie, Yankees fanatic Speedy (Harold Lloyd) is kind of staking out (the real!) Babe Ruth, and it works, on location in New York, in Speedy, 1928.
Coquette (1929) - I Do So Love Flowers! The father (John Sainpolis), little brother (William Janney) and milquetoast suitor Stanley (Matt Moore) are waiting around when Mary Pickford, in the title role as "Norma," makes her first appearance in her first talking picture, also winning the Academy Award, early in Coquette, 1929.
Coquette (1929) - I Never Told Any Other Man Having been left alone to wheedle her hunky but lower-caste and presumed-temporary boyfriend (Johnny Mack Brown) by her very accommodating usual suitor (Matt Moore), Southern belle Mary Pickford, playing the title role to the hilt, still early in her first talking picture, Coquette, 1929.
Captain January (1924) - There Is An Island Opening scenes, from Universal Studios and producer Sol Lesser, of the "Baby Peggy" feature Captain January, 1924, starring Baby Peggy Montgomery (a.k.a. Diana Serra Cary) and Hobart Bosworth, later remade by 20th Century Fox with Shirley Temple.
Captain January (1924) - My Watchful Soul Further exposition on the life of the title character ("Baby Peggy" Montgomery, a.k.a. Diana Serra Cary), cared for by her de-facto dad, lighthouse keeper Judkins (Hobart Bosworth), and caring for her own menagerie, in Universal's Captain January, 1924.
Captain January (1924) - The Light Must Burn Her elderly lighthouse-keeper guardian Judkins (Hobart Bosworth) having dozed off, the title character (Baby Peggy Montgomery, a.k.a. Diana Serra Cary) attempts to rescue the situation, running afoul of town potentate Maxwell (Harry T. Morey), in Universal's Captain January, 1924.

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