In the movie A Kentucky Cinderella (1917) she was required to perform in "black face," which was done with the application of a bright-red powder dissolved in warm water to her face and body. She also performed with Lon Chaney in The Kaiser, the ...
While playing 'dress-up' before the cameras may have been fun at times, it was also hard work, particularly for one so young. There were many long hours spent beneath the harsh glare of the blazing Klieg lights.
"Little Zoe, the Universal Baby"
Zoë Rae Palmiter Bech
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Newberg, Oregon, USA