Littleton Courier: McAvoy writes third book - 'My Father, A Silent Films Pioneer'
The elder McAvoy worked for Fox Film Corporation from 1915 until his death in 1920, which was located in Fort Lee, N.J., which was then the center of the film industry, George said, Friday. Henry was the location manager for the company, traveling around the country looking for locations to film movies, which at the time were all silent films. Location filming was quite difficult in those days and McAvoy's book is full of pictures from some of the films his father worked on.
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