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AL4?y FULLER'S FIRST PICTURE STAR TELLS
THRILLS OF INITIAL APPEARANCE
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Posed Especially for The Day Book.
BY MARY FULLER
(Written Especially for The Day
(Copyright, 1915) by the Newspaper
Of course, the first time I had even
a "bit" in the movies I ook the first
opportunity I could get to take a look
at myself on the screen, but that was
as nothing to my feelings when I
really had a part
It was some thrill I want to tell
you to appear on the screen and in
the audience at one and the same
time. That is an advantage we have
over the ordinary theater.
I remember I was cast for the part
of a ilttle Italian girl. I was very
much afraid of failing and it took
me some time to get over my camera
fright and immerse myself in my
Some of the studio managers, who
saw the film first, told me it was
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