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MOVING PICTURE EDITION-ONE CENT
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 4, NO. 190 Chicago, Monday, May 10, 1915
MOVIES MAKE ONE OF
KNOW WHO THIS IS?
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h A stars in the moving picture game. A
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this charming young actress is now
running In The Day Book. Her next
article, to appear in Tuesday's Day
Booy, will tell you how Mary makes
good in the screen plays.
Mary has enough clothes to dress
an army of suffragets. She'll tell you
all about it in Tuesday's article.
Watph for it!
Ranks Fifth in C7, 5. Some
Dope About the Great
The fifth largest industry in the
United States! So ranks the photo
play or motion picture industry, ac
cording to the recent report of the
census bureau in Washington.
Up to the beginning of December,
1914, American film manufacturers
turned out no less than 10,000 separ
ate reels of negative film, from each
of which an average of thirty-five
positive copies were made.
The standard reel of photoplay is
1,000 feet long, which makes 360,
000,000 feet of film all told, including
both the originals and the positives!
About 68,000 miles of motion pictures
enough to go around this old earth
of ours a little less than three times.
And it only took eleven mouths to