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Sanders' Surliness Proves Lucrative 3y Hedda Hopper HOLLYWOOD—George Sanders knew what he was up to, being surly and sulky. The type roles he plays pays off. Three studios are dickering for him, but Columbia has inside track for "Appointment in Berlin," in which he'll play an Englishman similar to Lord Haw-Haw. England believes he's a traitor, but all the" time he's broadcasting from Berlin he's working for his homeland. Studio's hoping by the time the picture's finished, we'll be marching into Berlin. Too Bad Reason Abbott and Costello couldn't make the trip abroad to entertain our soldiers, after all details had been worked out, particular time to have them do their one picture a year over there . . . When Jean Renoir was directing at Twentieth, he took the same scene over and over again until it was right. He was told that he couldn't do that, so Jean, who made "Grand Illusion" and "Roofs of Paris," said, "That's the way I did these pictures. However,- if you don't like the way I direct. I'll resign." They thought it a good idea, and he topped it with, "I'm happy to resign from,Fifteenth Century Fox!" Now I'm told "This Land Is Mine," which stars Charles, Laughton, is one of the great films of all time— and Renoir brought it in under schedule. Lesson In Contrasts They paged a make-up dim down a painting' wall. Its face was I asked Ida whether miss the happy days did musicals with Jack She replied, "I didn't how well ofr I was!" your sadness has world fame, and your been trebled" . . . Then "Old Acquaintance," velvet was off the claws Bette Davis and Hopkins, Bette turning with this line: "If I out of here, I'll do I'll be sorry for." Miriam heaped insults and finished by "Well, why don't you which Bette came shook her like a cat

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 05 Feb 1943, Fri,
  3. Page 16

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