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GABIN-C - 18 Tuesday Morning May 11, 1943 Bette Given...
18 Tuesday Morning May 11, 1943 Bette Given Chance at Producing End By Hedda Hopper HOLLYWOOD—Jack Warner and Jules Stein in New York waiting for Bette Davis' arrival from Mexico. Jack's about to h&nd Bette a new contract, not only to do a certain number of pictures a year for him but allowing allowing her one picture a year on her own—with Bette as producer, star — in fact, picture to be wholly her own, but to be released released through Warners'. It's an intelligent step up, what with so • one girl with a boatload of men in the merchant marine. G, G.'s reading it. What's He Got? When Jean Gabin'arrived here to learn English somebody should have given him the book "How to Win Friends and Influence Influence People." He's turned down the Dudley Nichols story specially written for him, with Jean Renoir to direct and Luise Rainer playing 1 opposite, all of which he'd okehed . . . Phil Ohman, c; • stars' homes, but take them right inside for a visit . . . Sergeant Sergeant Julie Oshins of "This Is the Army" is mighty proud. He's wearing Charles Boyer'a toupee from "All This and Heaven, Too. 1 Gruesome Tales James Young, who authored "Behind the Rising Sun," which la being- made at R K O, has some terrific tales to tell of the Japs. Showed me pictures of them practicing their air raids 10 years ago. He thought it too

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 11 May 1943, Tue,
  3. Page 18

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