Hollywood • By ERSKINE JOHNSON NBA Service . Staff Correspondent Exclusively yours: Producer Dudley Dudley Nichols and Director Jean Renoir met at Charles Laughton's home the other night to discuss the script of a new RKO picture, "This Land Is Mine." But Renoir spent more time in nostalgic conversation over Laughton's art collection, including including three paintings by a great French artist, than he did in discussing discussing the script. When he fled from Paris, Renoir was forced to leave behind his own superb collection of paintings by the same artist. The,paintings in Laughton's home which took Director Renoir's mind off the script were by the famous French artist Auguste Renoir—his father. Warner Brothers' idea for a new movie, "The Life and Death of a Bomber," sounds like exciting celluloid. celluloid. The film will be patterned after "Tales of Manhattan"—starring Manhattan"—starring a bomber instead of a dress suit . . . ingrid Bergman isn't the only one sacrificing her hair in "For Whom the Bell Tolls." Broadway actor Leo Bulgakoff has to shave his head completely for the role of General Golz.