The Theatre and Motion Pictures

The Theatre and Motion Pictures

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The arms consist of cylindrical cuffs (cardboard strengthened with cloth) which are glued or tacked to wooden hands. ... operate, put the doll on the hand like a glove, always keeping the forearm upright, so that the puppet will stand straight. ... If the head is of plaster or stuffed cloth there should be a wire from ear to ear with a loop at either end, and another wire, ... The figures are cut in silhouette out of cardboard or tin and attached to slender staves by which they are held and moved, anbsp;...

Title:The Theatre and Motion Pictures
Publisher: - 1933


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