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Emotional acting undoubtedly is
the most difficult of all. In this Zoe
excels. Her tears flow naturally
when needed and the most valuable
feature is, that the effort does not
contort her face and thus spoil its
photographic quality. She cries pret
tily. The tears roll down her cheeks
in glistening beads and the grimace
of the usual baby cry is absent Chil
dren are made to weepby bringing
sorrow to them mentally. Here's
where a director's ability enters.
Zoe's most successful plays have
been made under the direction of
Rupert Julian., who has frequently
worked opposite her.
One of her finest engagements was
a five-months' period when she co
starred with Thomas Jefferson, one
of America's most eminent actors.
(To Be Continued)
"Who is your favorite composer?"
"Wagner," replied Mr. Cumrox.
"You must be a student o music"
"No. I mention Wagner for the
Bake of relieving myself of conver-
Zoe Rae, Universal Child Star.
sational strain. If the other man
doesn't like Wagner he won't -want
to hear me say another word."
"And if he does?"
"He'll want to do all the talking,
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