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RENE CLAIR-9 - was j\v George Raft Ends Studio Rows By Buying...
was j\v George Raft Ends Studio Rows By Buying Contract Release From Warners By Louella O. Parsons (International News Service) HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 13.--No more battles on the Warner front George Raft and his fellow stars and bossed Geog e las ^sked for his Wa^rs ° bta ' ncd "' In olher words ' hc b °"ght his freedom from n t a i n Mel- ne was at Paramount George was the tinhappiest lad i the whole world and he longed i _ be free. Then he joined Warneis and was even sadder. Now he will free' lance and will the scarcity of male stars he should do very well for himself. Maybe he will join up with Uncle.Sam" as he planned a few weeks ago. But at any rate we will have no more Background To Danger, his current move. a n y t h i n g to do contest Walter win hands down, a hero after spend- If Canada has with a popularity Pitlgcon would My, my, is he ing a month there selling bonds? They closed the schools in most towns and when they didn't the lids played hooky anyhow, just to see him. He gave talks at the shipyards, shipyards, ending with the Vicar's speech in Mrs. Miniver. Waller wasn't home long before he was ;iven a script of Jane Eyre to read Yes, Walter is the hot choice to Piny Rochester. The only thing i 'Cing able to borrow him. e satinjnews he is suspended and no mo stories of battles, for George will leave a£ soon as he finishes bp skir wit He fu Bar th Johnso i ? wn wen flowei a frocl It may not be original, but Wll mm Terry is one young man wh believes in the adage, if at first yoi don't succeed, try, try aagin. Bil vas in Hollywood five years ag rying to crash the movies. Ni uck. So he went hack to Ne-, York and the stage. Then stiddcnlj *ie got the lead in a patriotic short Vivate S m i t h , U. S. A. So goo .'as William Sol Lesser grabber says it is the first lime since a chorus boy. Well, the Garbo Talks slogan caught on like wile fire. Why not Berry Sings? Snapshots of Hollywood collected collected at random: June Knight's estranged estranged husband, A r t h u r is finding Pat Stillban extremely good company; Lili Damita has ivired Errol Flynn's attorneys she will be a character witness for it he needs her; Frank Morgan popular gent. He handed out ducks he shot to his pals on meatless Tuesday; Lucille Ball's mother went i n t o the hospiial for a operation the day her'mother in aw, Mrs. Arnaz, came home from the same hospital; Hal Rosson, cameraman once wed to Jean Har-i ow, and his second wife may rec oncile; Ruth Selwyn is off for fork to see about producing a Joan Fontaine is working six days a week in Phoenix- ns a nurse's vhile friend h u s b a n d , Miernp, is learning to he a civilian pilot instructor there; Myrna Loy't mother. Mrs. Williams, back from Montana, says the women are pitching in like mad and harvesting harvesting crops there; Marlene Dietrich and Jean Cabin reported as strolling strolling around Palm Springs in n i cowboy o u t f i t s ; Rene Clair celebrated his birthday and his first application for citizenship. Antia- bella and Ty Power, A n i t a and a number of Rene's friends joined in the celebration; the players

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  1. The Fresno Bee The Republican,
  2. 13 Nov 1942, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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