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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 19, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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PRETTY PEARL PLAYS PERILOUS P
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PeasrI White.
The mere mention of Pearl White's
name suggests the Pathe series, "The
Perils of Pauline," in which-she plays
the heroine.
"I take risks, big risks, every day
of my life, being the perilous Pauline,
but I enjoy it more than any char
acter I have ever played," Miss White
declares.
All the - assurance she needs is
that the realism will make a good.pic
ture and the.dangers are discounted
at once. - - -
The. girl who impersonates the
daring Pauline has a wondrously
pretty face, frank manner, and beau
tiful red hair.
A girl must have beautiful lips,
teeth and complexion before she dare
attempt to vie with a rose in beauty.
Miss White's attempt proved success
ful See. picture above!
To. look at her one would never
dream that she had enough nerve to
go into sl, lion's, den or fall down a
cliffjand run the chance of losing her
tmmmmiummmmiimmmmmm

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