JBB in Camille
BRYAN'S GRANDSON IN "CAMILLE^DUE SOON Garbo nnd Robert Taylor Are Starred In Picture Coming to Maryland Director George Cukor made a jpromlse to John Bryan, the grand- fO n of William Jennings Bryan, months ago, that if he made In his first film appearance u e would receive a better role in cukor'a next picture. i A s Friiu- John in "Rnmeo and | •». 11 1.1 _. -n -._ ji j _» «i**tlt Juliet," young Bryan did so well that Cukor kept his promise. j He gave Bryan his second film i j role, this time with GrctA Gsrbo Robert Taylor In "Cnmille," | which opens nn engagement soon ; tho Maryland Thentre. ; j Bryan plays one of the three; jchiiracters based upon actual fnm- personalities that are included j the cast of sixty-eight speaking he portrays the famous tvench poet of the early Nineteenth j century. Alfred de Musset. j The role of de Musset is in j keeping with young Bryan's own] j ambition for a screen career, to j j piny only character roles. He had; to California after purticipat- i m g in reveral Eastern Little Thpa- movements wivcrnl months ago, had no success in gninlng nc-! to any of t'ne major filudios. j He mrt Cukor. who became in-; trrostod in him and RRVP him i "trial" role In "Romeo and Juliet"