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mean the R S E L F Colorful Harold Lloyd Selects George Murphy For Lead Role In Three Girls And A By Loualla O. Parions a Service) HOLLYWOOD, Stpt. 10.-- George Murphy should be very flattered. Harold Lloyd personally selected him to play the boy in the picture, Three Girls And A Gob-- the first film Harold has ever produced himself in the star part. Come to think of it, George has a who'caome young American appeal that was Harold's chief stock trade -- but in case you are wondering George is not going famous Lloyd specs. Every one who is working with- Harold on his first as a producer nothing, hut swell things to say. He's never been one to think can do ihe whole t h i n g himself Grover Jones, who scripted, and Richard Wallace, who is to direct, far from "yes" men to Producer Lloyd. They both agreed that George was a good choice for the male lead and so, pronto-- he was borrowed from M.-G.-M. Lucille Ball, who is elected to play the girl, planes in Monday from New York. The last time I saw Rene Clair, famous French director, he was making Break The News at Pinewood Pinewood outside of London. How well ive both recalled the incident when talked with him here in Hollywood. Hollywood. One of the best continental directors, he has made such pictures The Ghost Goes West with Robert Donat and Under The Paris Roofs and many others. He told me h a t he was just getting ready to film a picture in the south of France when the German invasion changed every Frenchman's plans and sent the lucky ones scurrying out of the country. All the studios are bidding Glair's services but for the time being, at least, he will rest Here with his wife and little son at the Beverly Hills Hotel, for he has been through a very harrowing time. always wants to act. So natural!* Ric is as pleased as punch at coming coming back to the front of the camera although he will continue to write and direct for Twentieth Century- Fox. Sylvia Fairbanks couldn't ta enough complimentary things abou Katherin* Stubergh, who designed the heads of the famous stars clothes are being worn at the Beverly Beverly Hills Hotel. The show opene yesterday and Vivien Leigh ami Norma Shearer were positively lifelike. lifelike. Lady Mendl's gown that she wore for three days when she e? caped from France was exhibited a mannlk'm who wore ihe famous Mendl blue hair. Constance Ben nett and Hedy Lamarr heads wil be ready today. Mrs. Jay Gould': collection of dolls will delight th hearts of all the big and little who visit the exhibit. Sylvia said Miss Stubergh and her mothe. Ch*y call themselves the Stubergs donated the heads free because the proceeds go to the Red Cross am British war relief. Chatter in Hollywood: Here Is the most surprising engagement in all Hollywood. Kay Griffith, motion motion picture actress and singer, i; engaged to wed the popular Broder a t

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  1. The Fresno Bee The Republican,
  2. 10 Sep 1940, Tue,
  3. Page 9

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