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The next scene disclosed Miss Marrable as "Lydia Languish," gracefully seated, very pretty, beautifully dressed, accurately mistress of the smallest words in her part; possessed, in short, of every personal resource -- except her voice.
She had won two incontestable triumphs in her first scene.
But, as the play proceeded, nothing roused them to any genuine expression of interest when Magdalen was absent from the scene.
7] These two pairs of boots, which were placed, according to the Persian's papers, just between the set piece and the scene from the ROI DE LAHORE, on the spot where Joseph Buquet was found hanging, were never discovered.
This scene discovered Annette Snow in bed, evidently very ill; Miss Jenny was her anxious mamma, and her merry conversation amused the audience till Mac came in as a physician, and made great fun with his big watch, pompous manner, and absurd questions.
The audience were in fits of laughter over this scene, for Rose imitated Mrs.
This closing scene was brief but striking, for two trains of cars whizzed in from opposite sides, met with a terrible collision in the middle of the stage, and a general smash-up completed the word catastrophe.
So everyone but Mac, the gay Westerner, and Rose, took their places on the rocky seats and discussed the late beautiful and varied charade, in which Pokey frankly pronounced her own scene the "bestest of all.
The blacks who had witnessed his advent looked on in amazement as they saw the naked giant leap easily into the branches of the tree from whence he had dropped so uncannily upon the scene, and vanish as he had come, bearing away their prisoner with him.
Avonlea is the dearest place in the world, but it isn't quite romantic enough for the scene of a story.
Therefore, each manipulation provides an opportunity to further test how visual cognitive processes can influence the judged duration of scenes.
What was most valuable was time spent on specific scenes that require a more precise and deliberate approach to photography.