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Dog handmd's tale: A woman who worked on the set of a movie based on the book 'The Color Purple' spoke out about what it's like to be a working 'dog' in Hollywood

Working on a movie set can be a stressful, tiring job.

That's certnly the case with the one being filmed in Hollywood today, which features a major star.

And if you've been following the career of one of the actors, you'll know that the movie is the fourth to be based on the book by Alice Walker, the celebrated author of 'The Color Purple.'

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The actress and singer, who goes by the name Toni Braxton, is being interviewed as a part of a promo campgn for the movie, called 'The Color Purple,' which opens in theaters on Friday.

And while she has a number of fans who love her music and her voice, she's also a bit of a star, having acted in numerous movies and played several lead roles on stage.

The actress, though, may not have known that while she's starring in her latest project, she's been hired as a working 'dog.'

That's a reference to the 'dog' or 'dog woman' of the film, a woman who walks with a limp and is the only woman on the crew.

But the actress may not have realized that, because when it comes to Hollywood, the 'dog' is just another character in the film.

She's in charge of the 'dog woman,' who is hired as a stunt double. She is also in charge of the dog.

In fact, she tells her audience, she had to get rid of her own dog in order to make the movie.

And it wasn't an easy decision, she reveals in the new promo spot.

The actress, whose real name is Taraji P. Henson, tells the audience she had to leave her dog because she had to move to another part of town to make the movie.

'They had to get rid of their dog, and that hurt me,' she tells her listeners.

In the video, Toni, who is married to singer and R&,B producer Eric Braeden, shows them the spot where she left her beloved pet.

Then, she tells the crowd she was able to buy a puppy after the move, which has become a part of the family.

And the actress says she can't imagine leaving her new dog, who's only a puppy, behind in Los Angeles.

'It's hard for me to leave my dog. It's very hard for me to leave my dog, and I would feel the same way if I had to,' Toni, 33, tells them.

'I love my dog and I'm going to make sure I bring her every single time I go to work.'

The actress, who played an African-American slave in 'The Color Purple,' recently spoke about the difficulties of being a working dog in Hollywood in a promo spot for the film.

Toni, who played the lead role in the movie, is interviewed by a radio host during the campgn

The movie is based on the bestselling book by Alice Walker (left) about the life of an African-American family

It was her fourth movie based on the book, which was published in 1982, when she was just 17 years old.

She has played a lot of roles since then, including the title role in the film version of the Broadway musical 'The Color Purple,' which won her a Tony Award.

She was nominated for an Academy Award for the film 'Remember Me,' which she also starred in.

Toni, who is now married to singer and R&,B producer Eric Braeden, told her audience she had to get rid of her beloved dog because she had to move to another part of town to make the movie.

'They had to get rid of their dog, and that hurt me,' she tells her listeners.

The actress, who played an African-American slave in the movie, is currently promoting the film with a new promo spot for the movie, which opens in theaters on Friday.

She told her audience that she was able to buy a puppy after the move, which has become a part of the family.

'It's hard for me to leave my dog. It's very hard for me to leave my dog, and I would feel the same way if I had to,' Toni, 33, tells her listeners.

'I love my dog and I'm going to make sure I bring her every single time I go to work.'

The actress is married to Eric, left, a singer-songwriter who performs under his stage name Eric Braeden, right, who has won a Tony Award

She was nominated for an Academy Award for the film 'Remember Me,' which she also


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