|New York Evening World, 08-February-1922|
I have not seen many full-page ads like this item for DW Griffith's Orphans of the Storm. Revolution was a hot topic in 1922.
|Omaha Bee, 03-February-1922|
Orphans of the Storm was adapted from an 1874 French melodrama, The Two Orphans, by Adolphe d'Ennery and Eugène Cormon. Griffith changed the title so people could not rerelease older versions of the story, such the one with Theda Bara.
|Americus Times-Recorder, 03-February-1922|
The Fall of Babylon was reedited from Griffith's 1916 epic Intolerance.
|Americus Times-Recorder, 01-February-1922|
"50000 Players/4000 Dancers/7500 Horses."
|Brookhaven Semi-Weekly Leader, 25-February-1922|
Way Down East, released in 1920, was still touring the country, doing land office business.
|Bonner's Ferry Herald, 09-February-1922|
Griffith's war film, Hearts of the World, was showing in Bonner's Ferry, Idaho.