DARRIUEUX - RAGE
A M U S E M \ in Huron / / PANIELLE DARRIEUX HAILED AS A HONEY "The Rage of Paris" is a delicious comfdy for many reasons, chief ot which is the new star, Danielle Dar- ricux. . Mile. Darricux is the choicest of European imports launched on a screen career in Hollywood. There- is no d o u b t t h a t she is here to stay. After you see her in "The Rage of Pans" you will start clamoring for more. And you w i l l understand why all the girls want to do their hair up high. The madamoiselle is a little thing w i t h a d u m b baby stare and provocative ways. Her accent is no hindrance to her success. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. is another good ru.-ison for this p i c t u r e being so good, becoming, not so gradually cither, as d e p e n d a b l e and desirable a leading man as Hollywood has. he is better t h a n over in "The Rage of Paris." The plot is one of thos" "cute" ones --no sense, b u t lots of f u n . Thr- story begins w i t h the petite D a n i i ' l l p as a l i t t l e French girl who lands in New York, broke nnd jobless. As a last resort, she takes a job r e q u i r i n g her to pose in the mitle f'r a famous artist. In her a n x i e t y to get tn work so she can pay hi ' room r e n t , she snatches up the wrrniK address, walks into an adv e r t i s i n g agency and starts undressing hefoiv the amaxi.-d Mr. Fairbanks. Jr.' That prnvid'-s the curtain for Act 1. i Still .alone, broke and jobless, the 'girl is befriended by Helen ' a n d Mischa Auer who build so that she can marry a very husband and eventually bring them rich returns on their investment. prospect chosen to be dazzled by l i t t l e French girl turns out susceptible to her charms, but also out to be that mean old ad man's friend. So the end of Act If finds situation very complicated. But since it is always darkest just dawn and things have to get before they can get better, there a couple of black eyes and such before love triumphs and the curtain goes down on a pair of happy birds at the end of act III. "The Rage of Paris" is the dny-Friday treat at the Huron theatre. Tonight HURON--"The Lady Objects." Gloria Stuart objects to giving up I her law career and devoting more I her t i m e to her husband, : u n t i l he is accused of i woman and she has to defend i STATE--"When Were You Born?" j T h o mystic science of astrology ' b r o u g h t into this murder I A n n a May Wong and Margaret Lindsay are involved. Tomorrow HURON--"The Rage of Paris." | (See above). I STATE--"When Were You Born?