Picture-Play Magazine (Sep 1927 - Feb 1928)

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55 Marian Douglas is already a far happier person than ivas the Ena Gregory of the hard-luck days. Good'by, Ena! Hello, Marian! Lost — one movie actress. No reward offered. In changing her name to Marian Douglas, Ena Gregory wants to forget the girl who just couldn't get ahead in the movies, and to try to become an entirely new personality. By Ann Sylvester IT is bad enough to be beaten after an honest effort at success, but to be licked before 3'ou start is a whole lot worse. Now, this is a little stor}' about a girl who felt that way — that she had got ofif on the wrong foot in the movies and couldn't get switched to the right one. She was just about ready to give up. She Avas happily married, anyway, and with a little sigh of regret and dis appointment, she packed away her grease paint and mascara stick and was about to call it quits. That might have been all there was to this story, if her director-husband hadn't said : "Now listen, Ena, suppose we give you a new shuffle of the cards — a. fresh chance — and see what happens." The gentleman who spoke Avas Al Rogell, and the lady, his wife, whom he addressed, was Ena Gregory.