Margaret Fulford's Women in Film Quizzes:
Quiz No. 3

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The Masculine Mystique (1984)

The Masculine Mystique, directed by Giles Walker, was a National Film Board production, but not a Studio D production. Studio D produced Margaret Westcott's Behind the Veil, Cynthia Scott's The Company of Strangers, Terri Nash's If You Love This Planet, and Bonnie Sherr Klein's Not a Love Story.

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Film critic Lotte Eisner called her the first modern movie actress, because of her natural style of acting. She appeared in both German and American films, such as G.W. Pabst's Pandora's Box (1929) and William Wellman's Beggars of Life (1928). Her autobiography is called Lulu in Hollywood. Who is she?

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