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Jean Gabin, Foremost Of France, Signs For Films By Louella O. Parsons (Iiiti i rimt!OÂ»s! News Service) HOLLYWOOD , Jan. 25.--If all goes well Jean Gabin, often France's foremost actor, will check in at Twentieth Century-Fox in -March, Reservations have been made for him to sail February by Charles F^ldman. who handled ihn deal. Cherlie a!=6 brought 1 Boyer here and was responsible for Michele Morgan's American tract. Gabin has played in such pictures as Pepe Lo Moko, La Illusion, They Were Five and La Beio Humainc (The Human has built up a big following both in France and in America. Amusing that before ihe Gabin was offered four ti ihe salary he earned in France, he declined all American movies, say ing he didn't care to make a lot o! money. "I am happy in Franco," he said "My friends and my people live here. Money is unimportant." Gabin has been living since ihe German invasion in Cannes, where Maurice Chevalier and other French actors are making their homes. and I reckon if General Custer where he knows all about it--even he would have to smile. Custer's Last Stand is one of t h e most dramatic episodes in all history--where he and 2B4 ot his men were kille( by the Sioux I n d i a n s in Territory in June, 1ST6. See ho\\ I remember my history--after look- ins it up!