In Hollywood _ • « - BT — *» — ERSKINE JOHNSON FLVNN NIXED ROLE THAT MADF GRA.VGEK A STAK HOLLYWOOD -iNEAl- Not: It can be told Jep'- ; Erro1 Fiyr - n tur "~ ed down "King Solomon's Mines." The reason Hollywood has a ne»' star, Stewart Granger, wlvo vas Imported Imported from England for the ro!e. It's ftlll blonde Lola ,*lbrijbt tt Ihe rf«t Sirs. Jick Carson »heu J»ck'« dliorce tram Kay St. Gtr- maine becomes final earl) next jeir. . . . Kithrrine Hepburn's sefrelarj. >"j|eU« Mnmwn, m»y breome her ilster-tn-l:*. She's Blchird Hepburn's lilt romance. , , . (iu«J Shakespeare isn't melt »nej poUlofs lo fiinjer Bojers and Gre^ Haulier. They left In the middle of Kilte'i "As You Like It" on the sUfe here. Milton Hill says he overheard this conversation between tv.o miikmen serving a neighborhood inhabited by film executives. First milkman: "I got orders lor six more quarts today." Second m.m.: "New babies?" First m.m.: "Naw, new ulcers." Today's fhnibbery communique: Bill Phlpps will murder Arlene Dahl by the live steam method In MOM's "No questions Afftfrf." DAFFY DKFJNJTION Jack Paar, to a Scotch contestant on Ms radio quiz show who said he was a musician ar.d played a saxophone saxophone and a bagpipe: "Well, that's not so J'.ranfe. A lufplpt U jutt a saxophone »'iirj a bhuMer condition." condition." Marie McDonald is at the Kiyo clinic for observation of Injuries suffered In a fall. . , . "Bernard Shaw's Villaie," & 10-mlnute film short with GBS and Danny K»ye trading quips, will be released in the U. 8. In January. Linda Darnell winds up 11 years at Fox. to free lan:e, as Ihe "other woman" in "The Guy Who S«ji tlie Navy," with Paul Douglas »nd Joan Bennett. Linda Ilrst nixed, the role as too minor, then reconsidered when the dialog was rewritten, the role enlarged. . , . Lloyd Nolan nixed nixed a fabulous TV deal because of 'the moving-to-New York demands John (jarfield keeps sh'ellinc »ttt Oflion money- for Nelson Altrfn'i novel about the seamy side of Ufe In Chlcajo, "The Slati With The Ciolden Arm." Fifteen Ihtu'sa'nd t» far and still no movie Irralmrni «< the yam that ulll pass the Johnston Johnston office censor, who U the man with the blue pencil. Tte ladles about men: Betty Hutton: "Wolves are llki trains. A t'al likes to hear them whistle even il she isn't going anywhere." anywhere." Marie Wilson: "Men are those big things with two legs and eight hands."