Ten Steps in the Making of a Movie
- Not a camera has ground yet. Nor can any real filming begin until Van Nest Polglanze completes the designs for the settings
- The carpenters, under the supervision of Harry Strite, play the overture of the film with hammers and saws
- Tay Malarky, in the cutting room, separates the good shots from the bad and assembles the film to be first shown in the projection room before the staff, so that any necessary changes, revisions or re-takes may be made
- And here is the whole gang, from prop boy to director, hard at it, while directly opposite is what they are shooting at and what you will see in the film
Photoplay, March of 1928.