LILY PONS SCREEN SENSATION Gorgeous Voice and Charming Talents Talents Are Backed by Grand Love Story "I Dream Too Much''; • Ritz Tomorrow. It reads like a Cinderella story. For even though she has been one of the world's foremost opera stars for several years, Lily Pons has become become an overnight sensation in her first film role, "I Dream Too Much.'? All that the producers have promised . . .all that any person, even a celebrity of her own right, could hope, for ... have been more than fulfilled. Miss Pons is sensational. Besides a gorgeous voice, which records better than any other we've had the pleasure of hearing, she has genuine ability in both her comedy scenes and her dramatic interpretations. Add to this a warm, glowing personality personality and the result is one of the greatest finds that has come to the film industry in years. telligence to gave Miss Pons a vehicle vehicle in keeping with all that she has to offer. It's the story of a poor and obscure French girl possessed.,with,-a possessed.,with,-a ^.marvelous voice and a grand sense, of humor. She elopes with; a young American composer, wno is gradually forced aside for ^^ greater gift of voice. She rises le film inaustry in years. KKO has the good taste and in-1 "*— "— - — to world fame, but she returns to make him a successful compose? and to take up her place in the home. Miss Pons sings two of the greatest greatest of the opera arias, "The Bell Sbrig" from "Lakme" and "Cara Nome" from "Rigoletto." In addition, addition, she sings four popular'hits by Jerome Kern, composer of close to 700 songs, including those for "Ro- berta" and "Show Boat". They are | "Little Jockey on the Carrousel." "I Dream Too Mu^h," "I'm the Echo" and "I Got Love."