“I believe that no other industry in the world offers better opportunities just now to the college and university trained man than that of the motion picture. This is a young man’s game and it pays well. Five thousand dollar a year salaries are common; $10,000 a year is not extraordinary, many men make $25,000 and not a few $50,000. Fortunes are to be made by men of unusual ability and strong character just as in any other manufacturing business. It is not a question of stage experience or the possession of peculiar talents but merely a matter of energy, education and intelligence.” — Reginald Barker, director
Source: E.V. Durling (1918)
The Flaming Forrest (1926). With Antonio Moreno and Renée Adorée.