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 Earle Sinclair Emlay

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Earle Sinclair Emlay

Birth
Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, California, USA
Death
1 Feb 1945 (aged 58)
Pacoima, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial
Glendale, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot
Section H, Cremation Tier
Memorial ID
47487853 View Source

AKA Raoul MarloRaoul Marlo was the "stage" name for Earle Sinclair Emlay

Raoul first married Gloria L. Register in 1920, probably in New York City. He second married Bertha Annette Cazavan on December 31, 1930 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. They divorced in July 1941 in Dade County, Florida. He third married Amelia "Mollie" Baum sometime between 1941-1945.

The New York Herald (New York, New York)
October 20, 1920 (Wednesday)
"MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF BREACH OF PROMISE.

Girl Alleges He Was About to Leave for Japan.

One of Sheriff Knott's deputies took into custody yesterday at the Hotel McAlpin Earl Emlay upon an order by City Court Justice Meyer in connection with a breach of promise of marriage action brought against him by Miss Ardella Arnold, an artiste. She obtained the order upon representations that Emlay was about to leave the country for Japan, and he obtained his release immediately by filing a bond for $1,000.

In her complaint Miss Arnold charges the defendant, who is the inventor of a speed camera, with having promised to marry her. They became engaged, she says, in November, 1916, and he renewed his promise of marriage thereafter upon several occasions. Finally he told her, she adds, that he would not marry her and on September 28 last he married Miss Gloria L. Register.

Miss Arnold was informed that the defendant intended to dispose of his interest in the Stereospeed Productions, Inc., and go to Japan. She obtained the civil order of arrest to assure his presence in court when the case is called for trial.

Emlay denies her charges." END

AND

Miami Daily News (Miami, Florida)
July 9, 1939 (Sunday)
"When Raoul Marle [Marlo] talks, you listen. Even his name is different. He has an eye that looks you through, a mind that measures you accurately and a voice that lends drama to the most casual conversation. He has been called one of the few real showmen in radio, his first play was accepted by Dwight Deere Wiman of New York, he hails from Santa Cruz, Cal., and in his own skiff has sailed the seven seas. There are plots for a dozen dramas in his adventurous life. Swathed in velvet breeches and a ruffled shirt, he was supposed to wear his hair in curls and listen to a French tutor back in California when he was the darling of an aristocratic household. Instead, he ran off and joined a stock company at the age of 12. Since then he has been a wild animal trainer, a licensed aviator, a racing driver and hobo companion to Jack London. He has ridden horseback since the age of three. When Wild West melodramas were the vogue he played in a number of movie thrillers with Jack Holt. Over the Columbia network his radio programs were general favorites, and his "Rainbow Review" and "Out Skapoose Way" over WOR have brought splendid comment from the press. He likes to be known as the "Skapoose Kid" and writes in the vernacular of the sage country." [includes a portrait of "Raoul Marlo"]

AKA Raoul MarloRaoul Marlo was the "stage" name for Earle Sinclair Emlay

Raoul first married Gloria L. Register in 1920, probably in New York City. He second married Bertha Annette Cazavan on December 31, 1930 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. They divorced in July 1941 in Dade County, Florida. He third married Amelia "Mollie" Baum sometime between 1941-1945.

The New York Herald (New York, New York)
October 20, 1920 (Wednesday)
"MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF BREACH OF PROMISE.

Girl Alleges He Was About to Leave for Japan.

One of Sheriff Knott's deputies took into custody yesterday at the Hotel McAlpin Earl Emlay upon an order by City Court Justice Meyer in connection with a breach of promise of marriage action brought against him by Miss Ardella Arnold, an artiste. She obtained the order upon representations that Emlay was about to leave the country for Japan, and he obtained his release immediately by filing a bond for $1,000.

In her complaint Miss Arnold charges the defendant, who is the inventor of a speed camera, with having promised to marry her. They became engaged, she says, in November, 1916, and he renewed his promise of marriage thereafter upon several occasions. Finally he told her, she adds, that he would not marry her and on September 28 last he married Miss Gloria L. Register.

Miss Arnold was informed that the defendant intended to dispose of his interest in the Stereospeed Productions, Inc., and go to Japan. She obtained the civil order of arrest to assure his presence in court when the case is called for trial.

Emlay denies her charges." END

AND

Miami Daily News (Miami, Florida)
July 9, 1939 (Sunday)
"When Raoul Marle [Marlo] talks, you listen. Even his name is different. He has an eye that looks you through, a mind that measures you accurately and a voice that lends drama to the most casual conversation. He has been called one of the few real showmen in radio, his first play was accepted by Dwight Deere Wiman of New York, he hails from Santa Cruz, Cal., and in his own skiff has sailed the seven seas. There are plots for a dozen dramas in his adventurous life. Swathed in velvet breeches and a ruffled shirt, he was supposed to wear his hair in curls and listen to a French tutor back in California when he was the darling of an aristocratic household. Instead, he ran off and joined a stock company at the age of 12. Since then he has been a wild animal trainer, a licensed aviator, a racing driver and hobo companion to Jack London. He has ridden horseback since the age of three. When Wild West melodramas were the vogue he played in a number of movie thrillers with Jack Holt. Over the Columbia network his radio programs were general favorites, and his "Rainbow Review" and "Out Skapoose Way" over WOR have brought splendid comment from the press. He likes to be known as the "Skapoose Kid" and writes in the vernacular of the sage country." [includes a portrait of "Raoul Marlo"]


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  • Created by: GVMP Vols
  • Added: 2 Feb 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 47487853
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/47487853/earle-sinclair-emlay: accessed ), memorial page for Earle Sinclair Emlay (18 Apr 1886–1 Feb 1945), Find a Grave Memorial ID 47487853, citing Grand View Memorial Park and Crematory, Glendale, Los Angeles County, California, USA; Maintained by GVMP Vols (contributor 47223172).