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Elisabeth Moss goes from ‘Mad Men’ to a woman going mad

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Best known as Peggy Olson on “Mad Men,” Elizabeth Moss now stars in the psychological thriller “Queen of Earth” as a woman mentally unraveling after losing her father and being dumped by her boyfriend – a film she says is so small that she became a producer as well as star “by accident.” For Throwback Thursday, she looks back at a clip from “Midnight’s Child,” a TV-movie she did as a child actress in 1991.