Celebrity Articles from the Screen Guild Magazine

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Anna Kate Sterling
Scarecrow Press, 1987 - Performing Arts - 166 pages
Contributors include: Boris Karloff, George Arliss, Mary Astor, Leslie Howard, Edward Arnold, and Bette Davis.
 

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Contents

WHY I PREFER THE STAGE TO PICTURES OR MAYBE I DONT
1
NOW AM I HOLLYWOOD
6
CRICKET IN CALIFORNIA
10
THE HAM INSTINCT
14
OUT OF THE FRYING PAN INTO THE HOLLYWOOD
19
UNIQUE AND EXTRAORDINARY
25
CONFESSIONS OF A WRITERACTOR
30
AN ACTRESS WORKING DAY
34
THE POLYCHROME TYPEWRITER
80
THE NEW TECHNICOLOR IS NO MYSTERY
89
YOUR MISTRESS IS YOUR BEST FRIEND AFTEP ALL
93
THE THEATRE IS THE ONLY TRUE ACTORS MEDIUM
97
I PREFER THE SCREEN TO THE STAGE
100
WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT?
104
TO RICHARDWITH LOVE
108
IS A SCREEN TEST NECESSARY?
113

THE TECHNICAL ADVISOR
38
MUSIC AND THE DRAMAUNDER EPIC
42
SO YOURE GOING TO TAHITI EH?
46
SWORD PLAY IN THE MOVIES
54
CONCERNING CRITICS AND CRITICISM
59
WHEN A NEGRO SINGS A SONG
63
ON BECKY SHARP AND TECHNICOLOR
67
WILL TALKING PICTURES BECOME TALKING PAINTINGS?
70
COLOR OVER HOLLYWOOD
75
COLOR SHOULD BE ORGANIZED ON THE SCREEN
77
GERMAN FILM TRADE UNDER NATIONAL SOCIALISM
117
A CAMERA APPROACH TO REALITY
125
HOW A BUTLER WOULD RAISE MONEY FOR THE GUILD
129
STOP CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
133
MY NAME ISNT COSTELLO
137
HOLLYWOOD TAKES OVER THE THEATRE
141
BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME?
160
INDEX
165
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