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Subject: Here is the earliest PHOTO (screen image) of McKenzie, who at only ten weeks old, she appeared in an uncredited part in the film "Station Content" (1918) as Kitty's baby (played by Gloria Swanson). ...


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The brief scene where McKenzie appears, likely makes McKenzie the longest lived film player after her film debut -in Miss McKenzie's case, over 100 years after her debut.
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Date Posted: Wednesday, April 24, 03:39:06am
In reply to: theChronicler 's message, "LOL...ok, now THAT is funny." on Tuesday, April 23, 02:01:01pm

Kay McKenzie, the daughter of actor/director Robert McKenzie, and actress Eve McKenzie, and at only ten weeks old,
she appeared in an uncredited part in the film "Station Content" (1918) as Kitty's baby (played by Gloria Swanson).
The brief scene where McKenzie appears (seen with actress Lee Hill) from the film, likely makes McKenzie the
longest lived film player after her film debut -in Miss McKenzie's case, over 100 years after her debut. ...
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The mise-en-scene is very different from typical Hollywood films (NT)It's closer to the films of Jacques TatiWednesday, April 24, 07:13:31am


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