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HERE is an even more author
itative report on the stand
ing of the movie stars at the
box office than was submitted to
you in this column last week. It
comes from the independent ex
hibitors, through the courtesy of
the Motion Picture Herald, a
weekly publication devoted to the
news of the industry. Here it is.
(1) Shirley Temple. (2) Will Rogers.
(3) Clark Gable. (4) Fred Astaire and
Ginger Rogers. (5)
Joan Crawford. ((!)
Claudette Colbert. (7)
Kick Powell. (8) Wal
E. Brown. (10) James |B -
Cagney. Even more In
teresting (to me, at WHfwL.fpryH
least,) Is the standing BMpMI
of some of the other ■pKMi
players. Shirley Tem
pie Is rated at 874 per
cent; against that rat
lng Jean Harlow gets Tempto
164, Norma Shearer,
139, Katherine Hepburn 111. William
Powell Is rated at 205, and Myrna Loy
at 70. Startling, Isn’t It? But how
about Greta Garbo at 41 per cent? And
Carole Lombard at 2?
Of course, these ratings were based
on the number of times an actor or
actress was mentioned In any one po
sition in the questionnaires filled out
by the exhibitors. And - some of the
players did not make many picture*
in 1935. Even so, I find myself going
around In a daze, muttering "Ronald
Colman, 15 per cent; Miriam Hopkins,
8 per cent. And Patsy Kelly got only 1
per cent, and she’s being starred now.”
Have the mighty fallen!
—-K
Well, American men can rest on their
laurels now; Wendy Barrie has come
out with the statement (or her press
agents have come out with it for her,>
to the effect that she’s always liked
American men better than she liked
the British, “because they’re more ro
mantic." But she'came to this coun
try, according to all reports, with the
avowed intention of marrying one of
war young millionaires who Is frequent
ly mentioned In the public prints, only
to discover that he wasn’t matrimonial
ly interested. Well, perhaps that’s ro
mance!
—k—
Jane Withers certainly owes Shirley
Temple a debt of gratitude. Due to-
Shirley's zooming Into stardom, every
body wants pictures staring a child,
and Jane came along just in time. She
has a new, long-term contract with
Twentieth Century-Fox, and her next
' picture will be “The Matron’s Report”
—k—
i Once again Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.,
has Hollywood all agog. At the ino
; ment It looks as If the romance be
tween him and Lady Ashley is a thing
of the past, which, of course, revives
rumors that he and Mary Pickford will
re-marry, and brings up assertions
from some of those who work with
Mary, to- the effect that she will marry
Buddy Rogers. Fairbanks has sent
word to- have a studio dusted off, and
says he Is all set to begin work on
“Marco Polo.” It will be a costume
picture, of course, and not so long ago
producers wouldn’t touch a costume
picture with a ten-foot pole. Now you
fall over them wherever you go.
—k—
Richard Dix is busy saying “No"
these days: He said it emphatically
when he was asked to let his twins
make a nice sum of money by appear,
ing in. a picture, and he said it again
when he was invited to go to Australia
to- make one.
—k—
No sooner is one dispute between-
James Cagney and his employers set
tled than another one-
E right to have the- final
over how many more
pictures he’s to make
Jim Cagney on his contract which
has two years to nra.
He says six, the company says eight.
He does some of his best work in the
latest release, “Celling Zero,” a real
thriller. It probably Will coin money,
which puts him In a good spot to make
trouble.
—k—
Don’t see “A Night at the Opera,”
the Marx Brothers’ latest, unless yon
like completely goofy pictures. It’B
quite mad. The only sane thing Is the j
lovely singing by Kitty Carlisle and
Allan Jones, the young man who, it’s ;
said, will forge straight ahead.
—-k
ODDS AND ENDS . . . Erroll Flynn j
seems to be set as a star; his picture is
breaking a lot of attendance records. . . .
Gladys Swarthout and Fred Astaire, ig
noring that little mutter of high taxes, are
building in Hollywood . . . The motion
picture colony in Hollywood lost its heart
to Governor Allred, of Texas, as soon at \
it met him. How do you like Bing Cros
by's variety show, on the air, in the spot
that used to be Paul Hhiteman’s? . . .
They say we’ll see more albcolor pictures
than ever this year, |
© Western Newspaper Union.
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Watch Your Posture; Has
Vast Influence in Health
"How you feel, how much you get
out of life and how long you live de
pends to a surprising degree on the
proper functioning of your vital or
gans, and I heir health Is largely con
trolled by your posture —at any rate,
Improper posture will crowd or dis
place organs and Interfere with func
tional efficiency. Many mysterious
aliments are traceable to this, says
Res Reach In Cosmopolitan. He
passes on these tips regarding pos
ture from Dr. Stanley Green, who
has worker them out according to
the principles of “body mechanics”:
Don’t sit on the feet. It twists the
pelvis, and may eventually produce
a postural spinal curve. Sit with the
weight on base of pelvis, leaning for
ward from the hips, knees not
crossed, head up.
At the office, don’t slump with
weight on base of spine or middle
of back or with feet elevated. It
crowds the heart and lungs, com
presses the vertebrae, and may cause
eye strain, headache, neuritis, lame
back and other Ills. Sit well back
In chair, weight on the buttocks,
head up. If necessary to bend for
ward, bend at hips—not at neck o
waist. Standing with weight on one
leg causes a pelvic twist, spinal
curvature, and flattening ot the arch.
Stand with weight on both legs, head
erect, feet parallel or slightly turned
out.
Going Out of Ourselres
"N to Refresh Our Thoughts
Doctor Richardson tells Ce there
Is nothing so wholesome for xn ac
tive mind as to secure rest by Varie
ty of work. A man can do fl*>e or
six times more than he expects If he
varies his work. I have found Miat
to be so In my own life. By varying
his work a man obtains fresh spirits,
and renewed powers for the du'les
of daily life.
There is so much that Is discourag
ing and depressing In the woOld,
that we must sometimes go forth, as
ft were, out of ourselves for frfVi
thoughts and fresh air. The great
est workers, when they go out for a
holiday, are not Idle; they find rest
by change of occupation. Life Is too
short to admit of idleness In any
body.—Ersklne Clarke.
Find
Out
From Your Doctor
if the “Pain” Remedy
You Take Is Safe
Don’t Entrust Your
Own or Your Family’s
Well-Being to Unknown
Preparations
BEFORE you take any prepara
tion you don’t know all about,
for the relief of headaches; or the
pains of rheumatism, neuritis or
neuralgia, ask your doctor what ho
thinks about it —in comparison
with Genuine Bayer Aspirin.
We say this because, before the
discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most
so-called “pain” remedies were ad
vised against by physicians as being
bad for the stomach; or, often, for
the heart. And the discovery of
Bayer Aspirin largely changed
medical practice.
Countless thousands of people
who have taken Bayer Aspirin year
in and out without ill effect, nave
proved that the medical findings
about its safety were correct.
Remember this: Genuine Bayer
Aspirin is rated among the fastest
methods yet discovered for the relief
of headaches and all common pains
... and safe for the average persoD
to take regularly.
You can get real Bayer Aspirin at
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