Ihe tills of European theaters. So the dream of every movie company company i.s to find .stars who are known and adored by foreign audiences, and who are capable and exotic and fresh'. ly appealing enough to captivate Amer; leans. And that's the reason why everybody everybody at Universal Studio is going around blithely singing "Hi-Ho the Dai i itux." Envy and Delight Danielle Darrieux is a star in any language. True, at this writing she has not appeared in anything from Hollywood except dozens of maga- zincs and thousands of newspapers. Nevertheless she is receiving bushels of fan mail, and her face and architce- I ture are the envy and delight, respec- j lively, of her feminine and male ad; ad; mirers. j Shu is also being seen on the screen. I Miss Darrieux is the only importation ! whose recent foregin-made pictures | arc- of sufficient merit lo win Amer- ! itan showings. One is "Club de Femi Femi incs," which is not being exhibited in all stales because il i.s by no means an Elsie Dinsmore story. 'ihu other is "Maycrling," in which Miss Darrieux co-starred with Charles Boyer. To anybody who doesn't understand understand French, it provides striking 1 evidence of the effectiveness of fine, sensitive acting, because the foreign 1 dialog is supplemented only by some ' remarkably inept subtitles in English.