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BRADNA JUNE 1939 - Hollywood and Sounds By BOBBIN COONS TTOLLYWOOD...
Hollywood and Sounds By BOBBIN COONS TTOLLYWOOD — Cutting-r«om rl stuff: Olympe Bradna, the cutest little Frenchle. hu a demqn chaperon* In Nana, her French maid..,. Nana even watches Olympe's film scenes to be sure that movie heroes don't work up more enthusiasm than romantic scenes require, . . , "In Heaven on a Shoestring" Olympe played a scene at the piano with Pat O'Brienr her father In the piece. . . . Pat's hand closed over Dlympe's, as in the script, and Nona's eyes grew. . . . And then there are Bradna mere et pere, themselves very efficient at chaperonage at home . . . Olympe, who couldn't speak English when she came, still listen* to the radio, goes to movies, and reads the "beat English books" aloud to fight her accent, which Is scarcely noticeable any more.... "But still," she says, "sometimes I get me all mixed up...." . , . "They Just haven't given me the right vehicle," said the ham.... "If that's the way you feel about It," Jed put in, "the right vehicle for you is a streamliner—heading east.,.." Futility note: For his role in "Golden'Boy" young Bill Holden was given a chest razoring—be- cause he plays a young pugilist; for almost any role Bob Taylor is made to bare his chest and show the fur thereon—to emphasize hU pugnacious qualities.... Another futility note: Lee Cobb, 27, who played ailing Mr. Karp in New York's "Golden Boy,' r ta playing the aged father in Molly- wood's "Golden Boy".... But this is really a versatility note: Cobb played his present screen role on the local stage, Inspiring the choke.... • a • D ARK VICTORY" will hive a sequel—In title only It's "Bright Victory" (isn't that a

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  1. Corsicana Daily Sun,
  2. 02 Jun 1939, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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