The Moving Pictures girls is a series about young women who are involved in the early film industry in New Jersey.

Produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate from 1914 to 1916 under the pen name Laura Lee Hope, the seven volumes follow the fortunes of Hosmer DeVere and his daughters Ruth and Alice.

The girls become involved in the motion picture industry during the time of silent films. While the other Stratemeyer Syndicate series dealing with the movie industry were about filming movies (Moving Picture Boys) and the running movie theaters (Motion Picture Chums), the girls are interested in acting and focuses on the acting troupe at the Comet Film Company.

There is light romance and adventure with many unexpected things happening to the girls which eventually ends up on film.

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