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Movie Fans Magazine Editor1
Has an Admirable Idea
By Joy Cormody
If editors, the big ones sod not the subordinate types such as city,
drama, radio, etc- go along with a Hollywood gag, every οne with any
sense is going to want to be a newspaperman.
The gag in point is that which has just cast the editor of Motion
Picture magazine as the newspaperman in the film production of "The
Miracle of the Bells." The purpose of this assignment is to enable the
man, fellow, named Maxwell Hamilton, "to tell readers of his magazine
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Of course, reporter-actor Hamil
ton might have told bis readers
about acting by watching acting, in
terviewing actors, or otherwise loaf
ing around the set of "The Miracle
of the Bells."
This is not regarded as good
enough for readers of Motion Pic
ture magazine. What they require is
the real thing, the perspiration of
acting mixed with the ink of report
ing. This is what they will get and,
if big editors are as keen as the
Motion Picture magazine man, Jour
nalism can be more fun than Christ
mas, the Iowa State fair, ex- the
Vassar daisy chain ceremonies.
The possibilities of this kind of
realistic Journalism are clearly lim
itless. It is up to editors to see that
they are realized.
* * * ♦
The finest writing newspapermen
in the world are available for as
signment to discover how it feels to
be Louis B. Mayer and make $990,000
in one year. In view of the scope of
Mr. Mayer's job, his duties in deal
ing with so much glamorous studio
personnel and running a stable of
glamorous race horses, a year almost
surely would not be enough time for
the story. Clearly the subject should
be, "How It Peels to Be Louis B.
Mayer for Two Years and Make
$1,880,000, Give or Take a Few Hun
dred Thousands."
Certainly among the 86,- more or
less, beautiful girls who have re
placed the six dilapidated copy boys
which once were enough for any
newspaper city room, there are a
dozen available fear equally fascinat
ing assignments.
TOiat editor cannot rue the day
he aid not think of assigning one
to take over for Lena Turner not
long ago when she was being
courted—so Hollywood gossiped—by
Tyrone Power after hie exalting
experience of playing Larry in
"The Razor's Edge."
There was a dramatic Power
which, capsuled by a good writing
lovely, could have kept any group
of subscribers agog for weeks. But,
who actually was the girl in the
case? A reporter? No, just Lana
Turner among whose gifts that of
good reporting is not to be found.
♦ * * *
There is no reason, of course, why
Hollywood should represent the
geographic limits of this great
school of reporting. Its potential
ities elsewhere are infinitely more
dramatic. Absolutely no imagina
tions is required to see the effects
on circulation for the first publica
tion which can talk Stalin into let
ting one of its reporters run Russia
for four or five years Just to get
the feel of it.
Or, on a lesser scale, the one
which gets a man busy on "Inside
Winston Churchill 1947."
* * * *
Perhaps it would be well to hold
off, of course, until the Motion
Picture magazine man has acted
in "Miracle of the Bells" and writ
ten his story. It may eventuate that
in becoming an actor, he will forget
that his is supposed first of all to
be a reporter. He may develop such
an enthusiasm for the new art, that
ΙΛΟ WUt OXICCi ObV 1US U1U UUOO sug
gestion that he write the story
later.
This could happen, and It could
also happen to any reporter as
signed to take over temporarily for
Mr. Mayer, Miss Turner or Premier
Stalin. »
They might not like their old jobs
and their failure to write their èx
periences would make the whole
thing purposeless, if not downright
absurd.
At any rate, there will be a spot
of suspense In seeing how the Mo
tion Picture magazine's experiment
turns out.
The critics, at least, should be
waiting for Reporter-Actor Hamil
ton.
* * * *
Monday memos: Seats went on
sale at the National's boxofflce to
day for the two-week engagement
of John Gielgud's "Love for Love"
which begins May 13. .. . Gielgud's
and Congreve's "Love for Love," of
course. . . . Regular Theater Guild
Monday subscribers will have Tues
day, or opening, night seats. . , .
Tuesday patrons will have seats for
the Sunday, May 19, performance.
. . . Variety Club's annual Mother's
Day luncheon was held today at
the Shoreham's Blue Room. . . .
King William Players of St. John's
College will give two performances
of Ben Jonson'a "The Alchemist"
June 4 and 6. ... A quick switch
replaces "The Best Years of Our
Lives" with 'Tarzan and the Hunt
ress" at Keith's on Wednesday. . ..
Movie Star Don DePore will make
his first personal appearance in
Washington Thursday in connection
with the opening of "It Happened
on Fifth Avenue" at the Metropoli
tan. . . . His p. a. schedule will be
announced later. . . . DePore will
be In Washington only for opening
day performances.
,
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Stage.
I National—"The Two Mrs. Car
; roll*"; 8:30 p.m.
Screen.
j Ambassador —"The Sea Wolf";
1:20, 4:55 and 8:30 pjn.
Capitol—"Temptation"; 11 ajn.,
I 1:45, 4:30, 7:15 and 9:55 p.m. Stage
I shows: 12:40. 3:25, β: 10 and 8:55
pjn.
Columbia—"Boom Town"; 10:45
am., 1, 3:15, 5.25, 7:40 and 9:55 pjn.
Earle—"The Sea Wolf"; 10 am.,
I 1:35, 5:15 and 8:55 p.m.
Hippodrome—"Brief Encounter";
I 2:15, 3:50, 5:25, 7, 8:40 and Î0:15
I p.m.
Keith's—"The Best Years of Our
I Lives"; 11:15 a.m., 2:40, 6:05 and
I 9:30 p.m.
I LitUe—"Henry the Fifth"; 2:30
I and 8:30 p.m.
ξ Metropolitan—"The Locket"; 11:20
I a.m„ 1:25, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:45
ι:· p.m.
Palace—"California"; 11:10 am.,
1:15, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30 and 9:35 p.m.
Pix—"The Body Snatcher"; 2:15
I 4:55, 7:30 and 10:05 p.m.
I Trans-Lux — News and shorts
Continuous from 10:15 a.m.
* »
INSPIRATION—For the songs
of Rimsiky-Korsakofi is the
role played Try Yvonne De
Carlo in "The Song of Schere
zade." The lavish Technicolor
musical is due on the Capitol
Theater screen Thursday.
Hollywood:
Starlet's Back
At That Old
Typewriter
By Sheiloh Graham
Jorja Curtright is working as a
secretary again! But not lor too
long, she hopes. Her studio publi
city boss, Sam Abarbanel, was with
out a secretary because of illness
and Jorja, who used to do secretar
ial work before she became a star
let, stepped into the breach until
the gal recovers.
While Greer Garson and he are
apart, Richard Ney * is accepting
dates with married couples only. He
doesn't want anything to go wrong
this time.
Robert Cummings is off for a va
cation with his wife in New York
before he starts "Sleep My Love."
Robert is very tired. So would you
be if you had rescued Agnes Moore
head, then Susan Hayward, 16 times
each, from a burning house in "The
Lost Moment." Bob wanted to use
a dress as a double for the two girls
in the rehearsals. But Director
Martin Gable prefers realism.
Paul Henreid was ready to open a
restaurant in Hollywood, a copy of
Antoine's, the famous New Orleans
cafe. But threat of a lawsuit iced
the idea.
Eve Arden, currently the big sup
port on the Jack Haley air show, is
getting her own radio program
starting in the fall.
Eleanor Parker's birthday present
from Husband Bert Friedlob is a
week at Cannes. They'll be there on
June 26, her birthday. Eleanor has
another week to go in "The Voice
of the Turtle," then she's off to
Europe.
Glenn Ford's wife, Eleanor Pow
ell, arrived home from her three
months of night-club appearances in
the East enriched by about $150,000.
Deanna Durbin's song, "Cola Cola
is the Only Cola. that Contains
Cola," in "Something in the Wind"
has been changçd-^by order of the
legal department at the studio.
There is.ne such-beverage as "Cola
Cola," but they didn't want to taie
any chances. Deanna incidentally
gets only three weeks of rest before
she starts her next picture, "up in
Central Park."
Brenda Marshall tells me that the
chief reason she came back to pic
tures—in "Whispering Smith"—was
to help buy the new 14-room house
she and William Holden moved into
last week. I gather it cost a packet
of dollars.
Cary Grant, wearing an angelic
expression on the set of "The
Bishop's Wife," says that at this
point in his career he is not quite
sure whether he is playing the
bishop or the angel in the picture,
(It's the angel, and he now seems
to be very happy with the part.)
"My next," says Cary, "is definitely
'Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream
House' for RKO with Myrna Loy."
During Rita Haywofth's four dayi
in New York, 100 kids managed to
get into her hotel suite I One four
some dashed in behind a waiter, and
knocked him down with his tray ol
food! Pun being a movie star, isn't
it?
* * * *
Mary Astor and Leon Ames plan
ning to do "Uncle Harry" this sum
mer on the west coast . . . Audrey
Totter snatching a quick vacation
in Pebble Beach before her "High
Wall" stint with Robert Taylor.
Maria Montez is asking $125,000
and a percentage for "One Touch
of Venus." That's quite a touch
• . ·
... Ltwy de HaviHand says she le In
the market to do another movie with
Charles Boyer. Any scripts?
Van Johnson -won't be making an
other picture until next Winter—it's
the story of Monty Stratton, Chicago
White Sox pitcher who lost a leg hot
continued,In baseball, the script
has not yet been started. Van
doesn't mind at this point because
he is back on salary. *
Dennis Morgan was anxious to
star In "The Hasty Heart" far Warn
ers. But the play for which the
studio paid something like $200,000
has been postponed for a few years
on the theory that there is no market
today for war stories. But there's
always a market for a good movie.
Xflaude Jarmao. Jr. will star In "A
Family for Jock," story of a boy who
adopts a dog. It's authored by
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, thé gal
who wrote "The Yearlings." I hope
it does as much for Claude as "The
Yearling" did.
Released br North American Newspaper
Alliance.
Coiffure by Lucy
By th· Associated Press
HOLLYWOOD.
When Wanda' Cantlon started
work three years ago as stand-In
for Lucille Ball, the star suggested
-THE TWO MRS CARRGllS
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life as it
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CIRCLE
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13 RUE MADELEINE." JAMES CAGNEY,
ANNABELLA. RICHARD CONTE. Open I
8:30. Feature at 6:45. 7:35. 9:40.
DÛMBABTOM 1Μ9^°ΓίϋΑν·
Last Day — Two Hits— "THE CHASE,"
ROBERT CUMMING3 : «US "FABULOUS
8USANNE" BARBARA BRTTTON, RUDY
VALLEE.
Greenbelt, Md. GR. 2222
CLAUDETTE COLBERT, WALTER PID
GEON In "THE SECRET HEART," at 7.
8:45.
LIDO
3227 M St. N.W. Ml. 3890.
Last Day—Two Hits—"COURAGE OF
LASSIE" (In Technicolor) : Plus "THE
SPOOK BUSTERS," BOWERY BOYS.
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»1·1· Following "HENRY V"
RAIMU- In
'ΓΓΗΕ WELL-DIGGER'S DAUGHTER."
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NEW Del Ray (Alex.) OV. 3360
5 Btg Cartoons and "Holiday in Mexico."
WALTER Ρ IDG EON, JOSE ITURBI,
XAVIER CUGAT. Continuous From 6:30.
,—SIDNEY LUST THEATERS—
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Doors Open at 1.45—Second Week—
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In Nod Coward'» "BRIEF ENCOUN
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Today. Tomorrow, at 7, 8:35—ANN
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PRENTISS.·' - ·
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Today, Tomorrow, Last 2 Days—ANN
SHERIDAN, KENT SMITH in "NORA
PRENTISS,1', at 6:58. 9:32.
CAMEO ",h NE·
Double Feature—Last Show at 8:18—
GEORGE RAFT in "NOCTURNE"; Also
"LOVE LAUGHS AT ANDY HARDY."
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DLIIIUIIA Pott Eost-Ww» Highway
WI. 2808 or 9036—Park Free.
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DAN, KENT SMITH in "NORA PREN
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GAIL RUSSELL in "ANGEL AND THE
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Double Feature—"LOVE LAUGHS AT
ANDY HARDY," MICKEY ROONEY,
LEWIS STONE: "RAINBOW OVER
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CORRIGAN.
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ANN SHERIDAN til "NORA FREN
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ATI ΑΜΤΙΓ Atlantic S», a» S. Capitol
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-DICK POWELL. EVELYN
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COLL in "DOWN MI88ODRI WAY," at
6:20, 8:50: RICHARD DIX In "TfelR
TgPTTH HOPR," at 7:35, 10.
LAUHEL fbrtr-n,
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"ANGEL AND THE BADMAN."
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(. ANNY BLYTH In
_ at 1, 2:45, 4:30, 6:16,
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Parking Space Available te Patrons.
Laat Day—Loretta Toung, David Nlven
in "The Perfect Marriage." at 1:20,
3:20, 6:10, 7:25, 9:30. March of Time.
ΡΓΙΙΙΙ Ρα. Ave. at 7th S.e.
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rukini Space Available to Patron·.
Today and Tomorrow—Ann Sheridan,
Kent Smith, Bruce Bennett In "Nora
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Today and Tomorrow—James Stewart,
Donna Beed in "It's a Wonderful
Life." at 1:30. 4:10, 0:60. 8:36.
March of Time.
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Today and Tomorrow—Douglas Fair
banks, Jr., Maureen O'Hara in "Btnbad
the Sailor" (In Technicolor), at 1,
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7:26, 8:65.
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Last Day—Bobert Montgomery. Audrey
Totter. "Lady In the Lake." 7, 9:26.
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Last Day—James Stewart, Donna Beed
In "It's a Wonderful Life," at 6:30.
8:15. March of Time.
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Castle. "The Oullty." 6:15. 8, 8:60.
CFTA 8244 Go. Ave., Silver Spring
SH 2540. Parking Space
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Krupa in "Beat the Band." at 6:16,
8:40; Bonlta Granville, Don Castle In
•The Oullty." at 7:26. 8:50.
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