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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 25, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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KING AND QUEEN FIRST SEE A. FILM AFTER HE
IS DRESSED FOR SHOW
i' .
Miss May Brotherton and Her Brother Bob ai Work in the Assembling
Room 6f the Balboa Co., Examining and Assembling Film Segments to Be
Shown Later Before Director and Council.
Editor's Note. This is the final
-story of three features dealing with
the history of the film from first
action to showing in picture show.
By A. FILM
In the assembling room I meet all
the other segments of myself. Sev
eral girls get us together and match
us up and decorate us with titles and
subtitles, allowing a foot of film to
each wordthat is to appear on the
screen. My segments are all cement- '
ed together and I appear in my orig- '
inal length again of 1,000 feet I am
now wound on a metal spool and
called a reeL
I next go to the projecting room.
A projecting room ' is a long, dark '
place with a white screen in one end ,
and at the other end a machine with '
a lot of thingamagigs on it and a lit
tle glass to look through like the one "
in the box with the crank on it
In the projecting room a council
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