a ; where z a r d - - glider! HOLLYWOOD. Â· AROljND JIMMIE FIDLER IN HOLLYWOOD Sept. 30--SET- ifinrl scene. Director Tim Whelan-(EKO-Radlo): Whelan-(EKO-Radlo): (the kind of taskmaster who insists Some weeks ago. this sturii? en- on turning every little blaze into gaged a young actress named Jane'[three-alarm fire--objected that the: Farrar for a top role in Ginger [osculation wasn't hot enough. 5 Rogers' film. "Tender Comrade." ]"Please, Michele," he begged, "give The part was exacting enough to [us a kiss as passionate as the strain the ability of a v e t e r a n -- a n d iyou gave Charles jMiss Farrar's previous experience ]oovie you made In France." "I'll i 'included only one picture, "Phan- ;do it w i t h pleasure, Mr. Â·torn of the Opera." Before many jrelorled Miss Morgan, "if you will 'days, both Qinrcr and Director [persuade the Hays censors to allow ^Edward Dmylryk realized the new-jme thirty extra seconds!" ] icomer could not handle the assign-] . ]ment and she was replaced b y ; spring O f Hays Office rules, around [Ruth Hussey. x'm reminded of the optimistic, con-, an: Dpm( , Rumor promptly selected iniving of Carey Robinson, producer the Roger., f 0 r her deadliest ] 0 f "Days of Glory." After watching shafts of catty gossip. Wiseacres'his stars. Toumanova and Gregory reported that. Ginger hp.d been ]p c ck. play several love scenes,; Jealous of Miss Farrar's beauty; Robinson decided that he hart the insiders whispered that "the Farrar iniost romantic team since Garbo Gilbert. He forthwith re-wrote aforementioned; minute more,,^.^^. Bn( , Ulsic ; CT s-also to r Miss Fanw " shc hss h r p n 6 " ii . lN ' Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â· ^ Tn r if she has b and I n l R o g l until I do, t du CHATTER ABOUT RKO IDOLS: 'ick out the most carelessly dressed ;ers gossip. m a n in sight and odds-on hc's : , to insure iFranlt Sinatra . . . Simtine Simon's in every way possible, the quality French accent Is even more notice- ot her pictures? Shouldn't she. [ KD J,, a ft e r a chat with her compa- insist that every role be : t r j 0 t, Michele Morgan, who has ^played to the limit of Its possibili- tlali he( . J r c m f!opp!ng , through inexperience, at the outset of her career?