This is a funny, and wonderfully illustrated, late 1930's movie magazine article (scanned at 600% and re-edited by me to fit this stupid new blogger format, fyi), highlighting wildly popular silver screen actress, Myrna Loy's typical, daily routine as a famous Hollywood celebrity. Here she lays it all out for her adoring fans, explaining what's really behind the glamorous front of acting in moving pictures. Apparently Lady Loy received one too many glowing letters from her followers, such as: "You go to such glorious parties!", and "You're paid for being made love to!", as well as "You don't have to punch a time clock!", and also "Do you wonder that we envy you?" Well, listen here, you knuckleheads, Myrna's having none of that jazz, see? And here we see how things really are, see? (*shakes an exhausted fist) Why, she can't even go trocing-- whatever that means!