With delightful humor and insight into human nature
Film stories of film making have always been popular. They are the easiest kind of pictures to make truthful; for the producers are steeped in the atmosphere and it only needs for them to copy faithfully what is nearest and choose what they copy well. Producer Hobart Bosworth has told us in "Getting Atmosphere," a little story of studio experience, and told it with delightful humor and insight into human nature. He needed a tramp and his character man couldn't supply the right article, so he rode out on horseback for the real article and found him with two pals. How the chosen hobo looked on the new job and its result make a very amusing picture. A number of the Selig Company in the West appear as the studio force as people of the neighborhood. Phyllis Garden, Betty Harte, E.H. Philbrook, C.E. Green, etc. - The Moving Picture World, November 9, 1912
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