“The main trouble with the picture industry today is this business of imitating. It’s done for money. Art is a slight consideration with most producers. Yet a picture that lacks art doesn’t make money. The fellows who are getting the most out of the business are the ones who are doing something new.” — Harry Carey in 1922.
Source: James W. Dean
The Ace of the Saddle (1919)
With Rinaldo Duncan in Trader Horn (1930).
The Last of the Clintons (1935)