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Audrie Alspaugh

Abel, Richard

Born and raised in “a small Iowa town” (Chase), Audrie Alspaugh graduated from the Universityof Iowa with an English degree in 1909 and two years later was hired as a book reviewer at the Chicago Tribune. In July 1914, she began signing a daily film review column, “Today’s Best PhotoPlay Stories,” with the nom de plume of Kitty Kelly. Soon after, she retitled the column“Flickerings from Filmland.”

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January 5, 2021