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Attached is a surprising article by one of the foot soldiers of famed silent movie producer Adolf Zukor in which she recalled a time in 1923 when the future thirty-second President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, had mailed an unsolicited photoplay (ie. script) to their offices in hopes of securing some measure of Hollywood immortality.
Recognizing that this was a man with tremendous power, Zukor instructed her to let him down gently; twenty years later FDR would chuckle about his ambitions with her at a White House party.

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In 1930 Adolf Zukor was listed as one of the most powerful men in Washington...

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When FDR Wrote a Script... (Coronet Magazine, 1947)

When FDR Wrote a Script... (Coronet Magazine, 1947)

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