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CAMERAMAN TALKS DOUBLE EXPOSURE
BENOIT REVIEWS SOME OF THE UNIQUE STUNTS USED IN "MASQUERADER."
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Apr 9, 1922
Start Page: III38
Pages: 1
Section: Arts and Leisure
Abstract (Document Summary)

"The secret of all successful double-exposure photography may be expressed in one word--exactitude," said Georges Benoit, cameraman for Richard Walton Tully in "The Masquerader," which has just been completed for First National release.

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