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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 03, 1913, Image 5

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Flora Finch.
Everyone laughs withFlora
Finch !
Her popularity rests largely in
her ability to "look queer" and
"act funny.'
Her droll and entertaining
make-ups on the screen a re. one of
the features which make, the name
of Vitagraph popular with picture
Af ter fg her-m som one of
her ludicrous," rftirth-provofcng
retesy folks wondfcrwhst her she is
as furtny in reaT-We-assfefison
the screen.
She is. That i, she always car
ries her sepse of humor and abil
ity to rnake a kih out of -almost
atiy situation '-with' her . aH - the
She hasthenjtation-ofbeing
the-jojliest. tjesirnatufed, kjndesfc
hearted 'SuTof the-picture" char
acter in tl)c";irioyies."
Flora Finch firs weRt on the
stage 13 years ago in "The Sgfn
of the Crqas," and "W "tH HJe
has toured fa various road com
panies in'drama and comedy.
The secret of: her work, most
probably, is the secret of her per
sonality . And that's natural. As
a rufe she does not attempt a part
which does not $uit her. And she
always knows at a glance what a
situation calls for. She sees every
thing thwmgh comedy eyes -and
dresses parts -with -her own indi
viduality. Just to rcinind you of her as a
picture player, think of. her as
"Miss. De Rossvjfle" in "The
Hand' Bag and Arabian Sports :"
"Mary Gregory';t in "The Unex
pected Hpneyinoon," and "Miss
FulknV head of theemihary,.m
"The Pjofessqr and the Lady and
Aquatic Elephants."
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"I adrnit," said Mr. Roodley,
"that I can't keep my eyes off the
ladies" "Except," put in Miss
Pert, "when you happen to be sit
ting in a street car and the ladies
are standljfg.''

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