BRADNA - SAY IT IN FRENCH
Foot - Tapping Drowns Out By HAAROLD HEPPERNAN HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 13. Quiet, plea.se ! The war scare is over, money r Opening OCea Evening C3C Till t p.m. WwC Balcony Including Saturdaye and Holldaye . laiUllinftM AND The CHASER 1 Dennis O'Keefe, Ann Morriss, Lewis Stone, Nat Pendleton, Henry O'Neill u. is. i ss, s.4o. a. io t 0 ' m. efts i.ij, 4.ss.Kii a LirjMflMft 7.10. 10.00 W'ZSSllI FOLLOW THI CROWDS j TOtt, j i mm iur l "W Crssy British V if Comedy Cn Hill .. ' mm. Musician Movie Song flows a little more freely and Hollywood again whistles as it works. Jolly little blunders on the sound stages bring momentary worries to producers who foot the bills, but only laughs to their carefree carefree puppets with no Investments at stake. As witness: "Cut it," yells Earl Hayman, Paramount sound recorder, in the midst of a song Dorothy Lamour is recording for her new picture, St. Louis Blues. "Somebody's hammering hammering some place." Members of the crew scurry about the stage, but find no guilty carpenter. The orchestra strikes up again, and once more Miss Lamour goes into her song. But the sound man calls another halt. "Funny," he says, "it's there again and it's right in rhythm, too." A systematic inspection of the orchestra takes place. Milton De - lugg, the accordion player, Is discovered discovered with his shoes on. Shamefacedly, Shamefacedly, he removes them. The orchestra and Miss Lamour go into action end the number Is satisfac torily recorded. Delugg is a foot - tapper. He can't resist the temptation to beat time with his feet and, when he beats time, he really sends it out. "Mamma" Is Chosen Olympe Bradna, who has just turned her eighteenth birthday - after being publicized as the only unkissed movie star in Hollywood is now playing her first sophisticated sophisticated scene, a bedroom number, in the romantic comedy, "Say It in French." A housemaid is slipping her uniform up over a bare shoulder. shoulder. Ray Milland is hurriedly adjusting adjusting his necktie. There is a knock at the door. "Who's there?" Olympe calls out nervously. "Mr. Hopkins, the butler. Open the door at once," comes the reply from Walter Kingsford on the other side. Olympe looks in the mirror, ostensibly ostensibly to arrange her disheveled hair, but Instead sees her mother's reflection. She flushes and 'taltt the scene. "Mother!" cries Olympe In angry embarrassment, "will you please t Director Andrew Stone Interrupts. Interrupts. He rushes over to the movie mother, whispers something in her ear and Mrs. Bradna retires out of sight of her sensitive daughter. daughter. Olympe then does the scene without a hitch.