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Jack Donovan was an architect who had a brief stint in the 1930s as a leading man in a half dozen motion pictures. After returning to architecture, he did manage to leave a lasting impact on Hollywood's skyline, as many of the homes and eateries he designed are still standing to this day.
Bonus material includes D.W. Griffith's 1911 silent short, The Lonedale Operator, and a special extended coming attraction preview of John Wayne in The Hurricane Express (1932).