|Motion Picture News, 09-June-1923|
Dorothy Davenport, who had been a successful actress under her own name, was usually billed as Mrs Wallace Reid after the premature death of her husband on 18-January-1923. He had been addicted to opiates.
|Motion Picture News, 16-June-1923|
Later in the same year, Dorothy co-directed and starred in an anti-drug movie, Human Wreckage.
|Motion Picture News, 23-June-1923|
"Mrs Wallace Reid took San Francisco by storm."
|Motion Picture News, 29-June-1923|
"Human Wreckage is the most important motion picture ever made."
"WE ARE SORRY! The Century Was Unable to Accommodate the Throngs That Came to Witness This Sensation."
|San Francisco Chronicle, 08-October-1923|
I saw many movies at the Coliseum in San Francisco's Richmond District.