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When the 20th Century Fox executive Joseph Schenk (1876 - 1961) opened his big fat pie hole and blathered-on about what he really thought of Hollywood extras, he soon discovered that this minority had champions in the press corps who would come to their aid when needed:

"Evidently Joe thinks that extras are just anybody - bums, out-of-works, ex-chorines, nosey thrill-hunters, tarts, floaters, bindle-stiffs and what-not that could be recruited. But they are not... Hollywood extras have developed over the years a distinct profession..."

     


''Extras Are <i>Anybody</i>'' (Rob Wagner's Script, 1935)

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