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  • noun a photoplay


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  • The room appeared to contain a miscellaneous collection of articles needed in the ruder sort of photodrama.

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  • He forebore to warn Baird of this, however, fearing to discourage a manager who was honestly striving for the serious in photodrama.

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  • He believed they were not common in the photodrama, still one might be found.

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  • He had an impulse to tell the manager, too, how gratified he was that one who had been content with the low humour of the Buckeye comedies should at last have been won over to the better form of photodrama.

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  • A busy man had been bothered by a silly girl who thought she had the plot for a photodrama, and even he,

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  • Yet this appeared to be one of the unavoidable penalties incurred by those who engaged in the art of photodrama.

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