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DARRIEUX - RAGE - inl'Marie Antoinette'/' At the.New Acclaimed by...
inl'Marie Antoinette'/' At the.New Acclaimed by critics on both sides of the Atlantic for her superb artistry in both dramatic and comedy roles. Danielle Darrieux, radiant idol of the European screen, maltes her American American debut in "The Rage of Paris," Universal comedy romance which opens Sunday at the New Theater. The picture was filmed by Universal Universal studios at a cost of more than one million dollars under the same director, director, Henry Rosier, and with the same technical experts who worked to perfection Deanna Durbin's first two screen hits. The story presents Miss Darrieu.x as the heroine of a whirl wind romance which involves both a handsome advertising man and a rich playboy. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., whose recent performances have added new brilliance brilliance to ;i famous theatrical name, is co-starred with Miss Darrieux. The top flight supporting cast is headed by two comedy favorites, Mischa Auer and Helen Broderick, and fealures Louis Hayward. New Type of Story The gay story is said to create a brand new formula for romantic adventure adventure films. It was written by the famous scenario team of Bruce Mansing Mansing and Felix Jackson, who did the screenplay for Deanna Durbin's latest latest hit. "Mad About Music." Mischa Auer's genius for cimedy is given full play in the role of a Russian waiter. He nearly worries himself to death after being persuaded against his wishes lo finance a marriage career for lhe k pretty but penniless French beauly. Helen Broderick appears as a quick willed ex-actress who talks Mischa oul of his bank-roll. As a self-appointed self-appointed adviser in affairs of the hearl she proceeds lp show Danielle hpw lo handle American men.—Louise Hayward Hayward as Ihe third member of the romantic romantic triangle, competes with Fairbanks Fairbanks for the heroine's hearl. Miss Dnrrieux's costumes, for sequences sequences in which she takes a fling at smart society afler her rise from poverty, poverty, represent the most lavish array of feminine finery seen on any actress actress in recent years.

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  1. Hope Star,
  2. 01 Oct 1938, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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