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FILM ACTORS TALK FROM STAGE
Bessie Eyton, film star in movies of
Rex Beach's, "The Spoilers."
Los Angeles, Cal. Recently the
members of the all-star cast which
produced Rex Beach's great Alaskan
romance, "The Spoilers," were "seen
in the "real" as well as the "reel."
Each was introduced and said a few
words regarding the production of
the tremendous picture from in front
of the screen.
Bessie Eyton, a popular Los An
geles girl, made her first public, ap-.
pearance on any stage. Miss Eyton is
a success as Helen Chester. Thos.
Santschi, as the villain, McNamara,
and Wm. Farnum, as Glenister
agreed that they would not be careful
in the film fight, and that a few
I. bruises and cuts would not make any
difference. They got a few days on
after the scrap, which in truth was