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DARRIEUX-NEW-2A - Hollywood Sightt And Soundt by ROBBIN COONS—...
Hollywood Sightt And Soundt by ROBBIN COONS— HOLLYWOOD—The oddest literary literary office in town at present is on a movie set. Two writers and a girl secretary labor there, tue click of the portable's keys at intervals while the current scene for the movie movie they're writing is benig filmed and recorded. The office is a canvas shack about eight feet square. The writ ers are Bruce Manning and Fe- 3 a c k s o|n From the door scribes can peer out and see how the scene they've just written written is being play- and see (more pertinently) pertinently) how much } longer they have Mile. Darrieux i to turn next. out the All this sounds very much like the movie business as caricautred in those stage lam poons like "Once in a Lifetime' and "Boy Meets Girl." And yet— when the kidding's finished and you get down to facts—it isn't such a funny, inefficient mode cf movie- making. If it is then it's the same that turned out "Three Smart rirls" and "One Hundred Men and a Girl"—and that, to movie fans and fainting bankers alike, should argument enough that Henry Koster's way of making pictures is a good way. The picture in question is "The Rage of Paris." That's the story in which Danielle Darrieux o: France is bowing to the Hollywood camera. She's getting $4,000 a

Clipped from Big Spring Daily Herald28 Apr 1938, ThuPage 4

Big Spring Daily Herald (Big Spring, Texas)28 Apr 1938, ThuPage 4
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