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Non-Local Writers Grab Gold
On Movie Literary Jobs
By Jay Carmody
With Hollywood’s production sai
the Bridge of San Luis Rey, the r
community’s writers are not workii
on studio projects which are the kin
An item in the day’s news, h
writers may possibly be better off l
varieties of nonworkers in the-’
movie capital.
The item tells of a *350,000 deal
between Enterprise films and Novel
ist Lionel Feuehtwanger for the lat
ter’s as yet unfinished novel, "Proud
Destiny.”
Not every unoccupied Hollywood:
writer is a latent Feuehtwanger, of
course, but a few of them might
profitably leave the place and get
busy on the sort of thing which the
studios buy on the outside for big
money.
After ail. there is precedent for
this sort of thing. A couple of
smallish Hollywood writers named
Gow and D'Usseau a few years ago
spent their idle hours at RK.O writ
ing a fclay called “Tomorrow, the
World." It was produced on Broad
way, became an outstanding hit, and |
was purchased subsequently by an-!
other studio for *350.000.
There is a mass of other similar
evidence to support the theory that:
it is more profitable to be a non
local bov when it comes to writing
for the movie*
* * * *
There was a letter today from
Radio Bandsman-Clown Phil Harris’ j
agency which strayed into the drama
department from Harry MacArthur's
place, east of the east wall. The last
paragraph was the one with the
special piquancy. It read:
"We appreciate the comments you
have made from time to time about
the Alice Faye-Phil Harris combina
tion and if there is any time you
want any first-hand information
about the show, don't hesitate to
write and ask us.”
The fact is that any comments we
might have wanted to make on the
show throughout the 1946-1947 sea
son would have been completely un
printable.
From beyond the east wall, Mr.
MacArthur adds “me too.”
The drama department is strictly
a Fred Allen-Dinah ^iore-Peter
Lynd Hayes man.
* * * *
Two records were set by the
luncheon which Catholic Univer
sity’s Speech and Drama Depart
ment gave yesterday in honor of
Anita Colby. The first was expected,;
namely that the luncheon would set
the season's mark for prettiest guest
of honor.
The other, the surprising one,!
was that there were no speeches, j
Surrounding Miss Colby at the:
head table were the Rt. Rev. Pat- j
rick Jo. McCormick, rector of the
University, Rev. James A. Magner,!
procurator of the University, Eric j
Johnston president of the Motion i
Picture Association, Walter Kerr of
Catholic U., Rev. Gilbert V. Hartke,
head of the Speech and Drama De
partment, and Miss Mary Stuart
French representing the American
National Theater and Academy.
Miss Colby's tan, Bermuda type,
was the best at the table. She has
Just returned from five weeks there.
. will spend another in New York,
thereafter return to Hollywood to
take-, over a new job. That will be
as executive assistant to Henry
Ginsburg, Paramount production
bead.
A letter from Gov. Lesser C. Hunt
of Wyoming makes an Eastern critic
morbid that he cannot accept the
executive’s invitation to attend the
world premiere of “Cheyenne” on
Thursday.
The catchy paragraph in his in
vitation is the one which says:
“The citizens of the entire State
of Wyoming have been invited to
participate and will be attired in
Western garb.”
It would be lively perhaps seeing
what happened to the Wyomingite
who showed up in a Hollywood polo
shirt, studio slacks and moccasins.
Sorry. Governor, but we still won't
be able to make it. When the studios
themselves used to issue the same
kind of invitations, thev used to
send special trains to pick a man
Up.
Even that did not make all pre
mieres irresistible.
* * * *
The day’s most fascinating press
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Stage.
National—"Love for Love"; 8:30
pm.
Screen.
Ambassador — "Suddenly It’s
Spring"; 1:25 . 3:30, 5:30, 7:35 and
9:45 pm.
Capitol—“The Imperfect Lady";;
10:45 a.m., 1:35. 4:25, 7:15 and 10 pm.
Stage shows: 12:35, 3:25, 6:15 and
9:05 pm.
Columbia—"Ramrod": 11.25 a.m.,
1:30, 3:30. 5:35, 7:40 and 9:45 pm.
Earle — "Suddenly It’s Spring":
11:35 a.m., 1:40. 3:45, 5:50, 7:55 and
10 pm.
Hippodrome—"Brief Encounter”;!
2:15, 4:05, 5:55, 7:45 and 9:35 p.m.
Keith’s—"The Egg and I”; 11:15
a.m., 1:20, 3:25. 5:30. 7:35 and 9:40
pm.
Little—“Henry the Fifth"; 2:30
and 8:30 p.m.
Metropolitan—"It Happened on
Fifth Avenue"; 11:05 a.m., 1:10, 3:15,
6:25, 7:35 and 9:45 p.m.
Palace—“The Late George Apley”; |
10:55 am., 1:05, 3:10, 5:20. 7:25 and;
» 9:35 p.m.
Pix—“Prisoner of Zenda"; 3:50,
6:45 and 9:45 pm.
Trans-Lux — News and shorts.:
Continuous from 10:15 a.m.
FLYERS’ FRIEND—Gail Rus
sell plays the leading feminine
role in “Calcutta,” story of a
pair of flyers on the India
China run. It opens at the
Earle Thursday.
agent paragraph is excerpted from
a sketch of Jennifer Jones in con
nection with her appearance in
“Duel in the Sun.” It reads:
“Miss Jones attended Monte Cas
sino junior college, a convent school,
which undoubtedly gave her valu
able background for her role in
‘Song of Bernadette’ which won
her an Academy Award.”
What it does not say, of course,
is what gave her the background
for her "Duel in the Sun” role, for
which she did not win an Academy
Award.
One cannot expect everything, to
be sure, even from a press-agent.
' "I ' '""*"1
Hollywood:
Danny Kaye Says
“No” to Fancy
Guarantee 1
By ShcHoh Graham
Danny Kaye turned down a ,
1300,000 guarantee against 35 per i
sent of the profits to sign a new j
five-year contract with Sam Gold- f
wyn. Danny wants to be free to ,
produce pictures on his own. And i
jrou can look for him to sign a 1
deal with Enterprise.
Rita Hayworth has a date with j
David Niven in London on July 7. f
That’s when they both arrive in
Britain—Rita arriving- from Nurem
berg where she has a July 4 date
to entertain GIs. David will be
leaving this country somewhere
around the first or second of July. ‘
This is a romance to watch. 1
Mauren O’Hara's next picture,
“Out of All Time,” will be made ]
entirely in England at RKO stu- 1
dios there. The rest of the cast 1
will be British. Maureen says in 1
that case she’ll settle for James
Mason. Mason is making his next 1
picture in Canada.
Jimmy Cagney and his sister 1
Jeanne will cp-star again in Jim- :
my's next movie, “A Stray Lamb.”
Jimmy offered Jeanne the lead in
this 18 months ago. She said then <
fee «u not ready. She Is no
ted watch bear smoke in Hollywtx
tom now on.
* * * *
Linda Darnell changed her mix
it the last minute and flew
Paris instead of going toy bo*
Some one told her that she’d g
leasick on water. And after b
•©cent nausea caused by dietlx
rills, Linda wouldn’t chance !
Jhe’s been told by her studio '
lo everything in Europe on a qui
cale, because of poverty and hui
;er there. Rex Harrison is bun
ng about an interview in which 1
s supposed to have stated tbi
Unerica was a woman’s country
ind England was a man’s. I don
mow why he should be so sore, b
ause frankly It Is much more fo
teing a woman in America the
a England That’s (me of the re*
ons I left England.
L&raine Day and Leo ha*
banned to retie that knot t
January 21 in California.
Tyrone Power has postpoifed tl
iperation on his eye until aft(
le completes "Nightmare Alley.”
Walter Pidgeon has laryngit
md Deborah Kerr is having wisdoi
ooth trouble. Until they both ri
iover, "If Winter Comes,” will n
erne for a spelL
John Payne fuming because h
jeautiful new car was forced off tl
highway—and turned over when 1
lad to avoid a truck. John wi
ucky to escape without a scratch
* * * *
Judy Garland says that if anyor
savs she is sick attain—she
w. cue, ao help her. 8he says ahe fee
id fine. And she certainly looks It.
Ray ifilland has set up headquai
ten in Claridge’s Hotel in Londo:
. And this hotel looks like a bit <
° Hollywood with Paulette Goddar
° Burges? Meredith and Constant
Collier all quartered there.
Robert Cummings Is in dutch wit
“ Agnes Moorehead — because !
? dropped her again last week whe
he was carrying her out of the fb
5 scene in "The Lost Moment.” Pot
£ Robert. He really Is tired.
Janet Blair is trying to get pei
it mission from Columbia to "go 1
it Broadway this fall to star in a
_ operetta written by her husbani
t GeneAUtry tells me that he hi
in- ■« ...
>• ■ ■« ■ mi*..- ■ -.■■'■'-r......
iff just spent 130,000 for a complete
new cowboy wardrobe. He pi
* more than $100 each for his ei
broidered shirts, and a pair of boc
1, cost $130. I’m glad I’m a gal frc
€ the city.
David Selznlck told Loots Jourdi
h and Valli that they were great
e “The Paradine Case.” Bo'they a
n now looking for a big mansion aide
e to buy in Beverly. They’re here
* stay.
(Released by the North American Nevspac
AtlianM.)
J 31 ON TRIAL U
FOR LYNCHING
_Feeling Runs High
BYRD AT SOUTH POLE
BRITISH ROYALTY HOME
Gets Tremendous Welcome
"Faultless" Wins Preakness
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$1.20 tax inel. Choice seats available.
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Thursday, May 22 . . . 3:30 to 10 p.m.
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in "DREAM GIRL"
"A dream of a plan"—Chapman. Netat.
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Certain—S:4S P.M. I Mail Order* to:
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TODAY'S NEIGHBi
nun i ran nth * n. c. av#„ s.e.
bAAIIliinA cont. from 8;45 p.M.
"TWO SMART PEOPLE,” LUCILLEBMi.
JOHN HODIAK. Plus "OUT CALIFORNIA
WAY," MONTE HALE.
- CmCLE 2105 Pa. Ave. N.W. RE. 0184
"SWELL GUY," SONNY TUFTS. ANN
BLYTH, RUTH WARRICK. At 8:05, 7:50,
9:45. __
DUMBARTON 1349 Av>'
Today and Tomorrow. Two Hits. "KING'S
ROW." ANN SHERIDAN. ROBERT CUM
MINGS. Plus "COLONEL EFFINGER'S
RAID." _
GREENDELT GrMnb*"'Md-GR- 2221
Double Feature—PAT O'BRIEN. CLAIRE
TREVOR, "CRACK-UP"; and GLENN
VERNON, MARCIA McGUIRE, DING
DONG WILLIAMS?' 7 and 8:30.
LIDO 3227 M St' N W* Ml*5890'
Today and Tomorrow. Two Hits. “UNDER
CURRENT,’* and "BELLOW DEADLINE."
I ITTI P 9th St. Above F
IlllUib Starting May 23
RAIMU In __ „
"THE WELL-DIGOER'S DAUGHTER."
THE b&IM 2402 Mt. Vernon Ave.
NEW A HleTI Del Ray (Alex.) OV. 3550
"TWO SMART PEOPLE.” starring LU
CILLE BALL. JOHN HODIAK. Plus Se
lected 8hort Subjects. From 8:30.
SIDNEY LDST THEATERS—
HIPPODROME N m
Doors Open at 1:45—Fourth Week—
CELIA JOHNSON In Noel Coward’a
"BRIEF ENCOUNTER."
rnrvrnv V Defense Highway
MM YZJUe I at Londover Rd., Md.
• UN. 0100—Free Parking.
Last Day—At 8:16. 8. 9:50. DICK
HAYMES. "CARNIVAL IN COSTA
RICA." (Tech.)._■
HYATTSVILLE -
UN. 1230 or Hyatts. 0552—Park Free.
Last Day—At 8:16. 8:10, 10. ROBERT
MITCHUM, TERESA WRIGHT, "PUR
8UED."__
vnvwnnn Eastern Ave. Bet. R. I.
lUlinVVU ( M|ch. Av„ WA 8399 ;
Free Parking Across From Theater.
Equipped with Hearlnf-Ald Sets.
Last Day—At 8:16. 8:15, 10. DICK ;
HAYMES. “CARNIVAL IN COSTA
•t RICA," (Tech.).____ j
rmurn 34th a r. i. avo. n.e.
bHnZ.ll WA. 9746
Today. Tomor,—Double Feature—“BE- j
GINNING OR THE END," the Atom !
Bomb story. Plus "WANTED POR
MURDER." Last Complete Show, 8:21.
nrrnrcnn out wi«. Ave. ju*t
DZiinZdVA Post East-West Highway
WI. 2868 or 9636—Park Free.
Last Day—At 7:13. 8:31. DICK
HAYMES. “CARNIVAL IN COSTA
RICA.” (Tech.). Enjoy our Retiecope
Screen—the Finest In America. j
IfII f| Rockville, Md. Rock. 2434
Free Parking
Today, Tomor.—At 7:15. 9:03. DE- |:
ANNA DURBIN, "I LL BE YOURS " :
MARLHORO |
Today. Tomor.—At 7:18. 9:10, "BE
GINNING OR THE END,” the Atom
Bomb Story.
THE VILLAGE i3v0/ NVr
Phone MI. 9227,
3RH00D MOVIES
WARMER BHOS.' THEATERS
For additional information phono
theaters direct or call REpublie OMM.
All lime Schedule* Given in Wavn*r
Bros.’ Ads Indicate Tim* of Feature.
Theaters Having Matins**.
AMBASSADOR
Mat. 1 P.M.
Fred MacMurray. Paulette Goddard In
"Suddenly It’» Spring." at 1:26. 3:30.
5:30. 7:35. 9:45. March ol Time.
Drvrm V '5th 6 E N.E.
DliVUUil u 3300. Mot. 1 P.M.
Parking Spaee Available to Patron*.
Last day—Teresa Wright, Robert Mitch
um in "Pursued." st 1:20, 3:25, 6:26.
7:30, 9:30. Cartoon.
rM TORT 2024 Wit. Av*. N.W.
IrMiiVUlI wo 2345. Mni. , PM.
Parking Spaee Available ta Patron*.
Last day—Teresa Wright. Robert Mitch
um in "Pursued," at 1:15, 3.20, 5:30.
7:25. 9:30. Cartoon.
rnmiM 425 9o> st. n.w.
b&n iniu<ME 2ft4, 0pwu ,0.43 a.m.
Today and tomorrow—Gerald Mohr.
Sheila Ryan In "Lone Wolf in Mexico,
at 11:15. 2:15. 5:15. 8:20. Loretta
Young. David Niven in "Perfect, Mar
riage.” at 12:25. 3:25, fl:26, 9:30.
uruiirnv Kannody Nr. 4th N.W.
unnuil RA. 6600. Mot. 1 P.M.
Parking Spaee Available to Patron*.
Last day—Ann Sheridan, Kent Smith,
Bruce Bennett in “Nora PTentlss.” at
1:10,3:15.6:15,7:20.9:20.
prow Pa- Av>-a*7,h s.e.
rum FR. 5200. Mat. 1 P.M.
Parking Space Available to Patrona.
- Last day—Teresa Wright, Robert Mttch
um In "Pursued,” at 1:00, 3:05. 6:10.
6:50, 9:25.
CnrRin&lf Go- * Sherldn*
MUilUAIf RA. 2400. Mot. 1 P.M.
Last day—James Cagney. Annabella In
"13 Rue Madeleine." at 1:00. 3:05,
5:15. 7:20. 9:30. Cartoon.
CTfVrn Go. Av*. & Colosvlll* Plk*
uIliTbll SH 3300 Mat. 1 P.M.
Parking Spnee Available to Patrons.
Last day—Bob Hope. Dorothy Lamoar
In "My -Favorite Brunette.” at 1:36,
3:40, 6:40, 7:40. 9:40. March of Time.
TIVfll I 14,h & Pork Rd. N.W.
AAYUAiA co 1goo Mof i P.M.
Last day—Dick Haymes, Vera Ellon.
Cesar Romero In "Carnival In Cost*'
Rica" (in Tech.), at 1:25. 3:25, 6:20.
7:20, 9:30!
TTPTflWN Conn. Av*. 6 Nowork
urivnn wo 5400 ^ , PM
Last day—Dane Clark, Martha Vlekert.
Sydney Greenstreet in "That Way with
Women." 1:05. 3:15. 5:20. 7:30. 9:86:
Theater* Baring Eve. Performances.
APOLLO
Last day—Douglas Fairbanks. It.. Mau
reen O'Hara In "Slnbad the Sailor" (In
Tech ), at 6:46. 9:15.
AVALON-"” cw°£-2&" n w
Today *nd tomorrow — James Cagney.
Annabella In "13 Rue Madeleine, ' at
6:00. 7:50. 9:45.
AVE. GRAND-*" *2-s e
HOPE. DOROTHY LAMOUR.
NEWTON ,2thst* NNr,on :
Equipped with Hearing-Aid Phones.
PURSUED.” ROBERT MITCHUM,
TERESA WRIGHT.j
JESSE THEATER ,***j
Phene DU. 0861.
Double Feature—1 'SHOCKING MISS
PrLfiRIM.” BETTY GRABLE. DICK
HATME8. “YANKEE FAKIR,"
DOUGLAS FOWLEY, JOAN WOOD
BURY.
CTV van >*' S'. * R. I. Ave. N.W.
aileTitn Phone NOrth 9689
Double Feature — “THE MAN I
LOVE." IDA LUPINO. ROBERT
ALDA. “THAT NIGHT WITH YOU.”
FRANCHOT TONE, SUSANNA FOS
TER.__ _
THE VraVIIH 3707 Ml. Vernon
NEW » W,nUn Ave., Ale*., Vo.
One Block From Presidential Gardens.
Phone Alex. 2434.
“IT HAPPENED IN BROOKLYN."
FRANK SINATRA, JIMMY DURANTE.
ACADEMY "ft* se- ;
Double Feature—“THE MIGHTY Mc
, GURK." WALLACE BEERY. DEAN
*■« STOCK WELL "THIS LOVE OF
OURS." MERLE OBERON. CHARLES
; KORVIN._
STANTON 313l?s^7ne
Double Feature—‘ BLONDIE KNOWS
BEST.’ PENNY SINGLETON. AR
THUR LAKE. “RIVER GANG,’
GLORIA JEAN. JOHN QUALEN.
I x • t a ... n . I . i
Today and tomorrow—Ann Sheridan.
Kent Smith. Bruce Bennett in “Nora
Prentiss." at 6:55, P:25.
COLONY 4933
Last day—James Stewart. Donna Reed
in “It's a Wonderful Life," at 6:40,
0:20. March of Time.
HOME NA
Today and tomorrow—Sharyn Moffett.
Regis Toomey in “Child of Divorce,” at
8:15. 8:45. Sonja Henle. John Payne.
Olenn Miller in “Sun Valley Serenade
<re-is*uef, at 7:15. P:46.
MnrARTKTTR 4339 MocArthw
piacaninun B)vd N w Qr. ^
Pree Parking Space Available to Patrons.
Today only—James Mason. Phyllis Cal
vert in “They Were Sisters.” 7:00. P:20.
SAYOY 3030 'c4£ ^„N W'
Today and tomorrow—Gary Cooper.
Bkrbara Stanwyck in "Meet John Doe”
(re-issue), at 7:00. P:30.
crrn 8244 Go. Ave„ Silver Spring
SH. 2540. Parking Space
Today and tomorrow—James Stewart.
Donna Reed In “It s a Wonderful Life,"
at 6:35. 9:05.
TRIfAMA 4th A Butternut Sts.
innuriH GE. 4312. Parking Space
Today and tomorrow—Dana Andrews.
Jane Wyatt lr. "Boomerang,” at 6:16.
8 00. 9:45.
YORK Go. Ave. A Quebec PI. N.W.
I MBA PA. 4400
Today and tomorrow—Loretta Young,
David Niven in."perfect Marr1aM “ at
n.'Io. 8:00, 9:45.
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8:02, 9:40.
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Hllilinilb St. sw tudlow 7652
DANE CLARK and SYDNEY GREEN
STREET in "THAT WAY WITH
WOMEN," at 6:15, 8. 9:50,
CONGRESS 2931 “oT-S £
JAMES CAGNEY In 'T3 RUE MADE
LEINE." at 6:15. 8. 9:50.
FAIRLAWN ««»•
Double Feature Revival Hits!—JOEL
McCREA In "COME AND GET IT," at
6:30, 9:35. JCT E BROWN in “FIT
FOR A KING." at 8:10 only.
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laJtUllUa Phone Lourel 113
EDW. G. ROBINSON. LON McCALLIS
TER In “RED HOUSE."
ANACOSTIA ail
GLENN FORD and JAVIS CARTER in
"FRAMED," at 1, 2:40, 4:25. 6:05.
7:50. 9:35.1
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RANDOLPH SCOTT In "TRAIL
STREET," at 6:30. 8:10. 9:50.
CFATr Phone Falls Chr. 15S5
«***“ Shows 7 and 9 P.M,
„ "IT HAPPENED IN BROOKLYN."
J 2 KATHRYN GRAYSON, PRANK 81
5® NATRA. _
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Shows 7 and 9 P.M.
* . “BOOMERANG." DANA ANDREWS.
JANE WYATT.
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Free Parting. Oxford 4266
808
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wo. 4400 Cent. 1 PM.
First Uptown Showing!'!
RANDOLPH SCOTT In “TRAIL
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9:45. _
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Double Feature_ Program Dally.
Firs* Northeast Showing! — OENE
AUTRY in "TRAIL TO SAN AN
TONE Plus LORETTA YOUNG
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■ CHARLES LAUGHTON In VMor
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Double Feature Program Daily.
W. Somerset Maugham’s “OF HUMAN
BONDAGE.” with PAUL HENREID
Plus "JANIE GETS MARRIED." with
JOAN LESLIE. ROBERT HUTTON.
a'j BEBIi1723 King St.-ALex. 2443
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* DEANNA DURBIN. TOM DRAKE,
TLL BE YOURS."
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± 5 PRANK SINATRA, KATHRYN GRAY.
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SISRIRLINGTON ,
A a -CALL OP THE WILD.” CLARK
<’ GABLE. LORETTA YOUNG._
H1SER BETRESDA
MARGARET LOCKWOOD. IAN HUNTER IS
“BEDELIA,” *
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