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ANNABELLA-6 - i -*Power to Wed Annabella Tyrone Power defies...
i -*Power to Wed Annabella Tyrone Power defies his studio to wed Atmiibelln, piquant French actress seen with him., He is Great Lover No. 3 on the screen. TTOLLYWOOD, April 19. (A. P.) A1 Tyrone Power, whose studio wanted to keep him one of Hollywood's Hollywood's most eligible bachelors, may wed his romantic Interest for the past year or more, the. glamorous French actress, Annabella, next week end. Exhibiting embarrassment which bordered on stage fright, the two motion picture favorites filed notice of intention to wed a few minutes before the marriage license bureau closed yesterday. Under California's three-day law, the ceremony can "like theater tickets." He gave his age as 24, a- native of Cincinnati. Annabella, born Ann Carpentier In Paris, said she is^SS. It will lie bis first marriage. Annabella, wed in 1935 to Jean Murat, French actor, was divorced last year. The dark-haired Power,' whose name has been linked romantically with such stars as Sonja Henie, Loretta Young and Janet Gaynor, lias been attentive to the French actress actress for monthsi Not long after she camo hero in 19:17, each toured South America. They were together take place Friday. The principals I there frequently, but returned deny said it would be simple but divulged no other plans. Power, whoso father and grandfather grandfather carried the watne name Tyrone, Tyrone, to stage triumphs in this country country and Ireland, had been urged by his studio (Twentieth Century-Fox) not to marry, being told that such a step might reduce the Jnte-rest of feminine moviegoers, who have established established him in the heart-throb class as a challenger to such notables as Clark Gable and Robert Taylor. His answer was his appearance yesterday with Annnbella, when both he and his beautiful blonde bride-to- be signed the application with shaky hands and he tendered the clerk $-1, but got ?2 back. He explained he thought tho fee was $2 apiece. ing either marriage or romance. Friends believe the ceremony is certain to take place before Aprll'25, the date ho plans to move Into his new homo, purchased from Singer Grace Moore and reo>eurated. The actor has expressed hope of taking j a vacation trip to Australia when j work is finished on a new film ! which he starts Annabella achieved clnematl fame abroad, but has appeared ir several American films in recen years. She came here first in 1934 to make a French version of "Cara van." Hollywood didn't notice her and she. returned home when it was completed. Three years later six was "discovered" aTtd brought back a glamorous importation.

Clipped from The Bakersfield Californian19 Apr 1939, WedPage 2

The Bakersfield Californian (Bakersfield, California)19 Apr 1939, WedPage 2
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