From The “When Women Wrote Hollywood Archives 04: Facts and Fancies about a Woman You Know or Ought to Know. Motography, Vol. VIII, No. 8, October 12, 1912, 293-294

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Facts and Fancies about a Woman You Know or Ought to Know. Motography, Vol. VIII, No. 8, October 12, 1912, 293-294

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IT has been your privilege to know something of the ups and downs of the film business, you who read the ever recurring numbers of this particular brand of yellow-backed journal, and you will be surprised to know that with it is identified a real, for sure woman. This woman, because she has dared to follow her own pleasure into the mysterious realm of motography. becomes at once more interesting than her sisters who merely contribute toward the making. Madam Alice Blache. president and general manager, director and producer, makes films. Get that; she makes ’em. There isn’t any part of the game she doesn’t know. Sbe started early, but she lays claim of being “the oldest man in the business!”

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