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She Must Be in the Right Place at the Right Time
It’s Quite by Accident That a Girl Gets H er Break in the Movies, Even Though Maintaining Her Position Is Something Else Wide World News. HOLLYWOOD. Dozens, or maybe scores (some aay hundreds) of pretty and talented and ambitious young ladies will come to Hollywood this year. You know Why. You'll hear about a very few of them. The rest—well, some will go home, broken-hearted and bitter. A few will marry, and announce they’re giving up careers which hadnt even begun. Some may be come extras or waitresses, to tide them over until they’re ’‘discovered.” About one girl in a hundred ac tually gets in the movies. One in a hundred is lucky. Luck is all that It is. It doesn't require any special gift to become a glamour girl, or an "it” expert, or an oomph siren. It requires some special talent to become an actress, of which there are too few, but Just now we are talking about success In the movies and not art, which are as far apart as A and Z. There are a hundred girls in town at the moment who can dance as capably and sing as well and look as pretty as Ginger Rogers or Rita Hayworth or Betty Grable. There must be a hundred more who can act as well and look as come-hithery as Ann Sheridan or Joan Crawford or Gene Tierney or Marlene Dietrich. But It Must Be Luck. Why is anyone of them successful when Jane Jones, who apparently has what it takes, is not? Little Miss Jones is every bit as talented, as pretty, as personable, and as in telligent as any of the girls she envies so much. But little Miss Jones has not been discovered. The reason is. simply, that she hasn’t been lucky. She hasn’t been in the right place at the right time. That's all. Jean Jones, who resembles Joan Leslie (who was lucky* sits at home and is comforted by her ambitious mother, who counsels Jean to keep her chin up and smile. But Mrs. Jones knows in her heart, if she is even a little Hollywood-wise, that luck will have to be with the Joneses. A girl in Hollywood invariably gets her break quite by accident, but it is no accident that she main tains her position and improves it. Mrs. John Brodel, formerly of De troit, who is the mother of lucky Joan Leslie, assures me that it requires much more than luck for a young lady to keep her head up and improve her movie status. Joan Signed First. Mrs. Brodel has three charming and talented daughters, Joan, Mary and Betty. All three dance and sing. The Brodel girls were among the scores who came to Hollywood year before last. Mrs. Brodel wanted to get all three into the movies. Joan was signed up first. A scout heard her singing in a night club. The scout had an attack of indi gestion, or something, because he didn’t stick around for the next number, which was a song and 1 Theater Parking I 35* 6 P.M. to 1 A.M. CAPITAL GARAGE 1320 N. Y. Ave., Bet. 1 3th b 14th LOANS 76 years of buying, selling and lending on diamonds, jewelry, efc. 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"Because Hollywood work is hard, she must have proper food and rest.” A girl must learn to concentrate. "A scatterbrain," advises Hollywood wise Mrs. Brodel. "never gets any place.” Next, a girl must have the desire to succeed: without this, says Joan’s mother, all else is use less. Next, she must have sympa thetic guidance at home. (Bring mama with you, girls.) Last but not least, Mrs. Brodel names education as a must. "Maybe I should put that first, or second,” adds Mrs. Brodel. A girl who is dumb, academically and otherwise, has about as much chance as the proverbial snowball. Pray for luck, girls. And then hope that you have what Joan's mama says it takes. Keavy (Continued From Page E-L)_ athletic—like Doug Fairbanks was?’ I said, ‘Wait a minute.’ His office was on the second floor and outside of his window was a pile of newly cut grass. So I Jumped out of his window into the grass. Then I walked back into his office and said, ‘Athletic enough?’ He hired me.” The picture, ‘‘Hi. Gaucho,” seven years ago. was quite undistinguished. During one of his 10 tries, John was signed up as a cowboy star and he was getting pretty fair money for one who was hungry the month before. He never became competi tion for Autry', but somehow he got ! to the attention of Louis B. Mayer, the big shot at M-G-M. Mayer offered to sign Carroll, for $150 a week, if he could get free of his cowboy deal. He May Be Flattered. John bought up his contract, for $10,000, and it took him more than two years to pay off. Of course, his salary in the meantime was in creased many times. "As I was saying, I haven't had a good role yet.” He shrugged. “But at the dough I'm getting, should I complain?” I imagine that Carroll is secretly flattered to be called a screwball and he seems to like to give the im pression that he is one, but at the same time has his feet on the ground. Any kind of reputation in Hollywood that isn't harmful reacts to the individual’s advantage, makes him a “character.” Carroll denies, vigorously, the oc casional stories around that, being such a favorite of Boss Mayer, he tells directors what he thinks of them and their puny efforts to direct him. “You just ask any director I ever worked—say, did I ever tell you how I foxed old Weissmuller?” Won With the Wind. No. he never had told me how he had foxed Johnny Weissmuller, his pal and golfing companion, but this was how: "He bet me he could outdrive me one day on a golf course. I said, ‘Betcha 5’ He said. ‘Make it 10.’ I said, ‘20?’ He said. ‘25.’ I said. ‘Hell, make it 50 bucks.* So Johnny put down a ball and drove it 250 yards. *Tie that,’ he sneered. "Then I turned the other way— he had driven into the wind. I drove with the wind—and smashed it 365 yards. Johnny got sore but I kept telling him there wasn't any thing in the bet about which way the ball was to go. "But he won’t pay me the $50. I have more fun with Johnny about out-driving him.” u~-WASHINGTON 3 ’ MUSICAL INSTITUTE t Accredited by Board ot education , - Teacher* Boeciallring kin teaching children—In working with [adult* with music a* a hobby—In [training lor teacher* and artist*, b • •» Day and Evening Teaching M7M i«th St. N.W. Decatur AflOd PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA with El/GKNE OR.MAN BY CONDUCTOR ud ARTIK Itl’KINSTKIN PIANIST Tatsdav, March 3. 8:4.1 P. M. CONSTITUTION BALL fl.as. ».*». SMS. S3 M. S3 SO. S4.4A Inel. 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