Heart of my Heart ~ Alhambra Motion Pictures DeLuxe 1915

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HEART OF MY HEART was filmed by the Alhambra Motion Pictures De Luxe, in part, on Santa Cruz Island in 1915.



In the News~

March 6, 1915 [SBMP]: “Island scenery wins praise from actors. Director L. B. Carleton, of the Alhambra Motion Pictures De Luxe at the Santa Barbara studios, has just returned from a trip to Santa Cruz Island with his entire company, after many exciting experiences within the past three days that read like a chapter from one of Jules Verne’s novels. For the past ten days, Mr. Carleton has been working on a two-part drama entitled Heart of My Heart. It was necessary to have a series of scenes representing a smuggler’s cave and surroundings. Santa Cruz Island was selected as the right spot. The company left here Wednesday morning aboard the Sea Wolf, Captain Eaton commanding. It was a merry party, for the entire journey was new to all of them. Betty Harte, the leading lady, Edward J. Pell, leading man, Richard Morris, Etta Raynor, O. H. Illmer and George Knight together with camera man Kull have but recently come to Santa Barbara from the east, and of course the trip was looked forward to with great delight. Ask anyone of them today what they think of the water trip and outside of saying it was beautiful as far as the scenery was concerned, they will one and all say—‘never again.’ A storm came up on the trip to the island and Mr. Illmer was washed off the deck of the motorboat, and it took the efforts of the entire company and crew to get him aboard again.”


March 7, 1915 [SBMP]: “Picture players have experience on Channel Island. Betty Harte gets enough material for a book on Santa Cruz. Director L. B. Carleton of the Alhambra Motion Pictures DeLuxe at the Santa Barbara studios has just returned from a trip to Santa Cruz Island with his entire company after many exciting experiences within the past three days that read like a chapter from one of Jules Verne’s novels. For the past ten days Mr. Carleton has been working on a two-part drama entitled Heart of My Heart. It was necessary to have a series of scenes representing a smuggler’s cave and surroundings. Santa Cruz Island was selected as the right spot. The company left here Wednesday morning aboard the Sea Wolf, Captain Eaton commanding…”