|SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, claims Betty Compson. She was in vaudeville for some
years. Her screen career began under the guidance of Al Christie in comedies.
It was while working for him that her big opportunity came to her in George
Loane Tucker's picture, "The Miracle Man." The part made her a
star. Among her most successful pictures are, "The Little Minister,"
"To Have and To Hold" and "The Woman With Four Faces,"
She is engaged to the noted Paramount director, James Cruze. She is five
feet, two inches tall, weighs 112 pounds, has brown hair and blue eyes.|