DARRIEUX - RAGE
AVAUJICHt JWJWAL y In Pilpiahd's is At Broadway A IX3VELY /new star in the Holly'••i wood: firmament make* her second -appearance on the screen In Ltibbock today iri the person of Danielle Darrieux. Miss Darrj.eux, who only recently came to America from France, was first shown to a local audience last Friday night at a "sneak prevue" held at the Palace. theater, appearing In "The Rage Of Paris." The same picture Js scheduled at that theater today. Is Popular With Audience Her first American .picture caught on with those who attended the prevue and praise for her excellent work was given by many.' There were numerous situations which piovoked laughs from the audience, which at times made It Impossible to catch the dialogue, The production is entertaining and certain to gain new admirers for the French star. Miss Darrleux Is seen as an unemployed model who foists herself through subterfuge on Louis Hay ward, who inevitably falls In love with her. Others Mn. the ca.st. Include Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Heien Broderlck and Mlscha Auer. The cast Is predominantly juvenile and the story entirely free of romance.