"Snow White" continues to be popular at Radio City Music Hall weeks after release
NEW YORK, Feb. 9:—The unabated unabated popularity of Walt Disney's masterpiece, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," continues to jam the waiting line at the Music Hall in Radio City. They say, at the executives' entrance, entrance, that there is no danger of "Snow White's" moving away from the Music Hall for some time, though no film ever has remained there more than three weeks. In the public whimsicality, the dwarf, I D °P e y. h as replaced Mickey Mouse, Har P° Marx, Donald Duck and Pluto, as an object of affection. In fact, "popey" has taken No. 1 ranking among Hollywood stars | now appearing, either in the flesh j or in celluloid, on .Broadway.