DARRIEUX AUG 1938
on of be relaxed the four meal Then her operation entire all everything, seven and in double of elephants. Going Hollywood By May Mann Standard-Examiner Staff old they wed. said Mexican_ decide vacation The fifty million Frenchmen weren't wrong! Danielle Dar rieux-has captured the imagin ation of the American public no other foreign importation years. At present she is in Europe where she celebrated her twenty-first birthday, May 1. She returns to America to her second Hollywood film in September. Acquainting you with some facts on Danielle we offer: was born in Bordeaux, France, during the World war. Her father father was Dr. Jean Darrieux, world-famous eye specialist who died from wounds in a World war battle. Therefore Danielle' has little use for wars and the peace of America. Her mother is Marie-Louise Darrieux, singing teacher. Studied Violincello Danielle was educated" at Lycee LaTour and the Conservatoire Conservatoire de Musique where she studied violincello. At the age, fourteen she answered an. "ad" in a French film magazine an actress to play the lead "LeBal," and got the role. launched a career on the that has carried her to the heights. To date she has appeared in twenty-four European pictures. One of the films was authored by Henry Koster and Henri Decoin. Koster subsequently subsequently came to Hollywood to- become famous as the director of Deanna Durbin in "Three Smart Girls" and sent for Dani ielle. Typically French Danielle married early. She was seven- jteen when she married Decoin j and. she says the only way people married can be happy is to stay together and be together together always. Thus he accompanies accompanies her everywhere--even Hollywood, temporarily leaving his Paris work. He is also a noted author. Six months .before Danielle began "Rage of Paris" at Universal, she knew less than ten words in English. Universal ed her eighty thousand dollars in salary during that period, when they were searching for story, and she was learning English. . . ' . ' Â· Bored by Reporters Danielle seems bored with interviews--but then perhaps that is because.of the new language, and her fear of being misunderstood. misunderstood. One writer quoted Danielle Danielle as saying . Douglas . Fairbanks, Jr.,. was a terrible "kisser." -- Poor'- Danielle ". hadn't meant to convey quite "that impression. She loves, life--and finds joy in waging up each and beginning-a new day: Happily married ad well: established established in pictures--she feels she everything to be happy for.