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MORGAN-9 - One his be at e y Miss Michele Is Careful About...
One his be at e y Miss Michele Is Careful About Her French Parisian Actress Wants No Slip of Tongue To Betray Her BY ALICE PARDOE WEST Standard-Examiner Staff One of the most talked-of new Hollywood personalities of todai is charming Michele Morgan . . young French actress who is'mak- ing her debut In American films in "Joan of. Paris" . . . the exciting exciting story of nazi-occupied Paris Movie goers have a pleasant surprise surprise in store for them when they see the charming star. She · has 'been spending the past 21 months perfecting the English language and dislikes keenly any slip of the tongue that reveals her nationality Not that she is not proud of her country (she was born in Neuilly suburb of. Paris) but she likes to be strictly American' now that she is over here. At the age. of 14 this young actress' left her home and weni to live in Paris with her grandmother. grandmother. It was there that she received her first stage training She is a former dancing student of the late Isadora Duncan. She i's the star whom Hollywood has typed as "different" and her refreshing personality has won a place for her among all who have met her. Her eyes are especially attractive. Having starred with Charle Boyer in "Gribouille" and with Jean Gabin in "Port of Shadows' . . . both French films . . . at, well as many,others, she had become become a decided screen favorite in her own'-'country, prior to her coming coming here. She has never' married and has no particular heart-throb, although she admits- that she and Jean Gabin used to be "very romantic." She is seen once in a while with Burgess Meredith, who is now in the army. MICHELE MORGAN . Whole-hearted American gram .'". . is having offers galore from Hollywood. She is particularly interested in the film "House of Stars" which is based on the of Service night club sponsored New. York by Bette Davis, Iha Claire, Tallulah Bankhead and many others, especially for service men. She will have an opportunity to act as well as sing in this Roddy McDowall, young star 'How Green Was My Valley," has been suffering from a case nostalgia for quite some time-now, will' soon have a cure for it. is returning to London to make the picture, "Oliver Twist." The person who is liappiest about it Roddy's mother . . . she

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 26 Apr 1942, Sun,
  3. Page 29

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