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So successful have been regent effots in producing
screen plays accompanied by tspeaking roles that no
fewer Man a half-dozen leafikg pictufes now are be¬
ing fifmed both as to scene audsoundeAnd“to reverse
thoold order, producers onf the legffimate stage now
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and then are turning to the fpovies and acquifng stage
rights for screen plays. Whak todas is scen and heard
at the theatre soon will be seen änd heard in the show
room at home.
"It is not the stupid who constitute the worst menace
to the welfare of humanity,“ says Arthur Schnitzler in
Vanity Fair, "but the large class of shrewd people who,
witkout actually lying or deceiving, have the happy fac¬
ulty of permitting lapses in thought when there is some
advantage or convenience to be gained by not thinking,
much as one switches off a light when he wishes to
Adarken a room.“