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Variety (US) October 29 1941, "Victor Schertzinger"
New York Times (US) October 27 1941, pg. 17:3, "Schertzinger Dies; A Film Director, 52; Pioneer in Making of Musicals Composed 'Marcheta' Which Sold 4,000,000 Copies; Boy Violinist with Sousa; First to Handle Color Pictures--Was an Early Director of Valentino and Ray"
Moving Picture World (US) October 1 1927, pg. 289, "Schertzinger to Begin Work at Lasky Studios"
Moving Picture World (US) January 1 1927, pg. 47, ill, "Rise of Victor Schertzinger as Director Covers Ten Years Unmarred by Failure"
Moving Picture World (US) January 30 1926, pg. 438, "Schertzinger Has All-Russian Staff to Aid Him in 'Siberia'"
Moving Picture World (US) April 25 1925, pg. 812, "Writes Musical Score ['Zander the Great,' with Marion Davies]"
Moving Picture World (US) March 21 1925, pg. 277, "Fox Signs Schertzinger"
Movie Weekly (US) January 3 1925, pg. 23:2, "On the Set and Off [sued for alleged involvement with married woman]"
Moving Picture World (US) March 29 1924, pg. 360, "Will Direct 'Bread'"
Moving Picture World (US) March 22 1924, pg. 287, "Schertzinger to Direct"
Moving Picture World (US) March 15 1924, pg. 193, "Mary Pickford's Choice"
Moving Picture World (US) May 5 1923, pg. 79, "To Direct Coogan's First"
Moving Picture World (US) March 17 1923, pg. 363, "Engage Schertzinger to Direct Special"
Moving Picture World (US) March 6 1920, pg. 1637, "Schertzinger's Mother Dies [Feb. 1920]"
Moving Picture World (US) June 7 1919, pg. 1491, "Director Loses Father [Charles F. Schertzinger, d. 15 May 1919]"
Moving Picture World (US) December 7 1918, pg. 1083, ill, "Victor Schertzinger an Ince Director"
Moving Picture World (US) March 3 1917, pg. 1364, "Victor L. Schertzinger to Direct in Films"
Moving Picture World (US) March 25 1916, pg. 1989, "Ince Builds Music Studio"

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