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city day o f i i .on! as! Colum-1 com-j i n - j was was, J with j u l d ; or. as re-. , j j in charge em-j n d , to ) By BOBBIN COONS HOLLYWOOD--In an e a r talkie day the song-writers looked at a movie and wrote a "theme for it. The resulting harmonies usually were hits, too. The songs titled after the movies, and people who had seen the movies would remember the titles, and thus find simpler to remember the tunes. Some of those songs even had connection with the theme ot the picture. Today (just to show how far screen has progressed) the movies are getting even. They are turninp around and making pictures out song titles. It is a thing that can go on on Bins Crosby in one of his sang a number called "Love In Bloom." They made a picture of that title, ana In it Oracle Allen sanp one called "Here Comes Cookie." Now Gracie and George Burns are making "Here Comes Cookie." and who knows what in this will supply the title for another picture? It's better than a chain letter. The Game Goes On "Sweet Adeline" was a popular song long before Irene Dunne a movie of it. and "All of Me" song in no way connected with play "Chrysalis" which borrowed title for the screen. After great uncertainty. W. C. Fields' latest picture picture also has found a musical title, "The Man on the Flying Trapeze," As might be expected, it has whatever to do with the story-which story-which does not keep It from being a good title. But when a picture Is titled a song that Is in the picture--as ' "One Night of Love," "Love Me Forever," "Let's Fall In Love." and on--that seems to end the musical title's potentialities. It almost seems a sinful waste. Lily's Only Pet Lily Pons of opera fame came Hollywood with no pet wilder Skye terrier. Her precious Jaguar-which Jaguar-which used to get almost as space In stories about Lily Pons Lily got--is now in a New York There, she Insists, the critter invariably invariably recognizes her when she visits. The parting between them, says Lily In her coloratura French accent, was due to no breach'be- tween mistress and pet. but to pet's clawing of .Lily's maid, who somehow resented it Miss Pons expresses enthusiasm for her first movie, in which she will sing several operatic arias, including including the Laknie "bell song," as well as new melodies. * « ·

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 23 Jul 1935, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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