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From a magazine published by the leading scenarist’s training school. Bebe Daniels is best remembered in America as the slightly superannuated Broadway star Dorothy Brock in Forty-Second Street, but she was known at the time of this article for her comic roles in Harold Lloyd films. She later became a well-known writer and producer. She was, in other words, the type of young woman who was perfectly capable of quoting Whitman, and she probably wrote this article herself without the benefit of a ghost writer.


From The Photodramatist, July, 1921.