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ACTING WITHOUT WORDSPANTOMIME ART
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"No part of the physical make-up
is more necessary in pantomimic ex
pression than the eyes. Countless
shades of thought find expression
through them. They mirror what is
behind them in the brain. You think
fear, confidence and other emotions
to register them with the eyes."
Miss Saunders. The upper picture
shows the eyes in an expression of
terror; the one at right expresses
fear. At left, sup rise is shown.
BY JACKIE SAUNDERS,
r Famous Balboa Star.
No part of the physical make-up is
more necessary in pantomimic ex
pression than the eyes. They always
play a prominent part in telling any
story, whether it be- between two
persons or in the presence of a crowd
But nowhere are the eyes more
eloquent than on the screen. Watch
for them in a "close-up." If the actor
has telling eyes he can compel you
sympathy, distrust or any other emo
tion. Picture-eyes constitute ajjartlcth