Gang Girl

August 1960
Time;8/22/1960, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p58
The article focuses on 40-year-old Sally Perle, an independent casting agent and a specialist in gang in the New York area. It claims that Perle can find almost any type of extras and bit players for films because there are 5,000 aspiring actors in her file. It notes that in 1956, the casting agent started to specialize in gangs while casting for the film, "A Face in the Crowd."


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