|ONCE A CLOWN
ALWAYS A CLOWN
Once a Clown, Always a
Clown: Reminiscences of DeWolf Hopper
WRITTEN IN COLLABORATION WITH
WESLEY WINANS STOUT
LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY
BOSTON • • 1927
Copyright, 1925, 1926, 1927,
By De Wolf Hopper
All rights reserved
Published January, 1927
Printed in the United States of America
The authors wish to express their gratitude to Terry Ramsaye and their indebtedness to him for some of the facts and information about various personalities in motion pictures, included in the chapter "Came Dawn at Hollywood."
De Wolf Hopper To-day Frontispiece Edna Wallace and DeWolf Hopper in "Panjandrum" 8 Hopper and Marshall P. Wilder in Their Own Version of the Balcony Scene from "Romeo and Juliet" 32 Harry Davenport 36 Annie Russell 36 Digby Bell and Mr. Hopper as Young Men 54 Marguerite Clark and DeWolf Hopper in "The Pied Piper" 58 Delia Fox in "The Little Trooper" 68 The Actors' Team that Played the New York Press Club in 1889 82 Sarah Bernhardt at the Time of Her First American Appearance in "Camille" 100 Olga Nethersole 104 Maude Adams and Henry Miller in Their Frohman Stock Company Days 108 Mrs. Drew, Mother of John Drew and Grandmother of the Barrymores, as Mrs. Malaprop 120 Douglas Fairbanks in "Frenzied Finance", 1905 136 Mary Pickford in Earlier Days 136 Chester Withey, Fay Tincher and DeWolf Hopper in "Sunshine Dad", 1915 142 Harry Montague 178 Maurice Barrymore 218
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