St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri on December 31, 1934 · 20
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I a. ; .....-. , - - A SIZZLING SENORITA FROM SPAIN ARGO-, the Spanish beauty in Paramount's "Rumba," who is featured with Carole 'Lombard and George Raft She's a favorite that is climbing fast on the movie 'ladder of fame, and not bad to look at. - 4,6 SHE ALWAYS KNOWS WHAT SHE WANTS A LIIIRING beyond description is the bewitching. Katharine Hepburn as "Babble" in the RKO-Radio -picture, 'The Little - Minister." You can see by his expression that even the straight.- laced John Beal,.who plays the title role, is beginning to weaken. ' SERIOUS BUSINESS , HERE is 'Bones," terrier dog, who also has his troubles , getting a regular movie job, registering more than a passing interest in the food about to be served Baby Le Roy, his master and a Paramount screen favorite. In fact. a -board, a spoon, and two empty stomachs are waiting for something to happen in the culinary department. ' -. , 13ThEEVED- f is is api-NsH, O. . to be a tragic - , "tale" unless the ,. lion cub changei his mind about being manhandled by Betty Grable, blond dancer Gaappear7, -, ing id the RK0- ItssRadio picture, - - --1 "The y , . ' Divorcee." -' , ,000 T ISN'T EXACTLY TRUE ' to practice at playing checkers. 1 ries D with whom she shares honors - A S is their Bantle custon2, the A A td0Vie theaters have well-laid plans for catching as many of the New Year's revellers as possible. Figuratively speaking they are embellishing their programs with con-tett' and tin horns, each house hay ing added a little something special to its program as 'a contribu- 14, tion to the celebration of the pa s- - ing Nit:34 and the coming of The special programs are schedule to begin early in the evening and to continue far, far into the night. - -Fanchon and Marco, for Instance, are to extend the stage show policy to all three of Their theaters for the evening. Flesh entertainers, as you know, already are holding-forth at the -Ambassador and Missouri, and for tonight only they are to be added at the Fox. The ape-, cial shows are scheduled to start at 7:30 p. tn. vrith plans - for the merry-making to continue until - "after 3 a. In., the management aaye. Sew Show at lbew's An entire new progra will open at the MI ri today. The screen - part of it - 11 be e mprked of "The Marine Are C ming,' with William Haines,. - ad Nagel and Esther Ralstoli., and "Strange Wives," with Roger Pryor and June Clayworth. The stage show, with - Nat Nazarro making his bow as master of ceremonies, will be supplied by ..10 acts of vaudeville, a chorus of 16 girls and an orchestra. At the Fox the Shirley Temple picture, "Bright Eyes," will be temporarily withdrawn and the special program, also scheduled to start - at 7:30 o'clock, will include a preview showing of the next screen attraction, .''Broadway which has Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy in the leading roles.I.Then, on the stage will be 10 acts of vaudeville, brought down from Chicago for the occasion. Also a chorus and special New Year arrangements by the orchestra. - ' At the Ambassador, Olsen and, Johnson will oupply the hilarity with what. the management assures will be an extra special perform, ance of their "Cavalcade of Fun." The main New Year's daze show - is due to begin at 11 o'clock and to continue until after the old year Is out and the new one in.;. The - feature picture attraction there will j. be May Robson. in 4'Lady of the - Mills," with Fay Wray and Victor Jory. - - - , - ,.. A NEW a b ow also will-get under .---" way at Loeves State today. It ', is 'Torsaking Alt Others," and the - management feels the bargain in ..imi..... "names" which the pictures offers in Joan Crawford, Clark Gable and Robert Montgomery, who will split the stellar honors three ways. makes the film also appropriate for the New Year's observance. ' But for good measurelthere is being added - what is described as a,"special array of selected short subjects. - The feature picture Is scheduled to be shown four times after II .. , - MOVIE' TIME - , :,i,:' ,,TABLE ',7, SHUBERT"The President Van ishes" at 1:15,. 4:07, 6:59 and 9:51. "Babbitt" 'at 2:38,. 5:30. and 8:22. Also. Newt. Year's Eve show with both features ,and short subjects after 10:30. - - ; , kc.n,, AMBASSADOR"Lady of the .1.11 " at 10:35,- 12:55, 3:15, 5:35, 7:55, 1( :15' and 1 a. in. Olsen and Johnson o stage at 12:00, 1:20, 4:40, 1140 7:00. 9:20 a 12:00 midnight .- -1 - . FOX"Adventure Girl". at 12:59, 3:27 and 5:55. "Bright Eyes" - at 1:44, 4:12 and 6:40. New Year's. Eye stage shows at 8:05 and .11:30, feature pictures at 8:55 and 12:20. Pre. rue of "Broadway Bill" at 11:00- MEW'S STATE"Formaking All Others" at 10:20 a. in, 12:23, 2:26, 4:29, 6:32, 8:35, 10:38 : and ,12:41 ii. 111- s , MISS "Jack Ahoy" at 12:36 and 3:4L tage show at 1:50 and 4:55. N Year's Eve show:- "Strange Vi.ives" at 7;30 and 11:00. Stage show 'at19:15 and 12:30 a. in. 'Marines Are Coming" at- 10:00 and 1:15 a. in. ORPHEUM--tl'rhe Little Minister" at 11:23, 1:59, 4:35, 7:11, 10:09. "Here's My Heart, midnight only, at 12:08. - o'clockat 6:32, .8:35, 10:38 and 12:41. The managentent announces there will be no change In prices. , At the Shubert The New Year's Eve program at the Shubert will feature a list of Vitaphone vaudeville acts in addition to the regular 'pictures, The President Vanishes" and "Babbitt." The "shorts" will include a Herb Williams .act, Ted FloriW and his band, a cartoon and sport cocktail. At the Orpheum, the New Year's Eve celebration will be climaxed with a prevuo of the Eing Crosby picture, "Here Is My-Heart,' to begin showing atmidnighL The special program opens with "The Little Minister," and Includes short subject& . - IRENE DUNNE TO PLAY - LEAD 1N''SHOW BOAT' By Associated Press. ' -HOLLYWOOD.--When the sec-cud talkie version of "Show Boat" goes; into , production early - next year, Irene Dunne, who created the role on the stage, will be in the lead. Charles Winniger, Dunne in the Ziegfeld show, will play opposite her, Universal Studios announce. - The story was filmed by-Universal five years ago, with Laura La Plante and Joseph Schildkraut. - Hal Reason, whom Jean Harlow haa sued for divorce, is said to be deep in a romance with, Clare Care negie of London. in advices from the British capital. ' Girl Pli)136 sei , , to the .Bog , Movie Romance , . By Associated Press., -HOLLYWOOD:- CAL. Hollywood's newest romance took a long step forward the other day when the girl proposed to the boy!' - She was the 6-year-old actress, Shirley Temple. He was the actor, Jimmy Dunn, her coworker in three pictures. ' Whether she bad grown tired of waiting for him to, say something tbout it or was prompted by jealousy when ske saw another girl, the blonde singer, Alice Faye, playfully sitting on hiS lap on a film set, is not disclosed. .At any rate, when the other girl had gone, she climbed up on his knee, looked at him with solemn blue eyes, and said: "Jimmy, I'll marry you." Their romance started when be played as her father in "Baby, Take a Bow." Since then their mutual admiration has 'grown apace., - Dunn credits muck of his return to favor in the studios to his appearance in her pictures. Following the wave of popularity that engulfed him -after -his - first film, "Bad Girl," Dunn believes he appeared in too many pictures for his own good, 23 in three years., - "It was too many," he said. "No matter who the actor is.";,. Dunn said he was deeply worried about his future when they signed him to appear with little Miss Temple. "All actors dislike working,with children," he said. The kids usually steal most of your scenes, or run away with the picture entirely. 'And all 'my- worst fears were justified the first time I set foot in front of the camera withT Shirley. A, smile from her was worth more than '''. all my high-powered acting, and she lifted scents, -right and left." -, - But, he continued, be couldn't help but be fond of her. "She Just does her job and is- so different from the ' average 'professional child' - that you couldn't dislike her if you wanted to." on Shirley's part, it seems to be that Dunn's frank, companionable, "man-to-man" manner won her heart Dunn said be was writing an original story for herin whtch there was no role for him. "I can't find a spot for myself, no matter how I try, to vrork it around," be laughed. , - - - Laughton to London. HOLLYWOOTI---Charles Laugh-ton will soon, go back to the studio when he first achieved world-wide fame, when be goes- before ' the London Films cameras in the leading role of "Sir Tristram Goes West" 'It was there that he was starred in "The Private Life of Henry VIM" Alexander Korda has engaged Rene Clair. maker of "Sous- Lee Toitse de Paris," to diJ rect "Sir -.Tristram ' - Goes West" which is : to be released through United Artists.. Dian Wyriwaid never uses butter or olive oil in her cooking. She never eats butter at all. , . . Pattn (51abl- tmatra ê A gt , By Associated Press. HOLLYWOODA star gazer predicts today the New Year will bring to Hollywood: ,- y An unsuccessful marriage ,,for Jean Harlow. - - - A mysterious tragedy that will take , the life of a well-known actress. , A separation, ' then a quick divorce, and probably a quick marriage, for Clark Gable. - , A romance involving Mae West that will definitely prove whether she is married. - An end to the deodorizing cam-, paign directed against the movies. And.' as a, result, the return of more suggestive, but more subtle. motion pictures. ' , , ' ,'1 ; So , runs the "life line". of the movie colony for the coming year,I as interpreted by Mahlon Nome slim, pale and dark-haired youth, who is Hollywood's favorite forH tune teller. Norvell is by way of 1 being 44. "triple threat man," as i they say in football. He pot only uses astrology,. but reads palms, and asserts he receives "Impuises"1 psychically., k - - For nearly five years he has occupied a - top-ranking position among the battalion of future find-era who ,make Hollywood 4 their horn& In the ".last week of each year h& writes . his predictions for the coming 12 months, and ,has the dile certified legally.: , He says' be is "about 90 per cent right!! He forecast...the death of Marie Dressler,. the suicide. of Paul Bern and the separation of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks-- in som'e cases three years lin". aa. vane& ' A large section of the Movie col. ony hesitates to draw a long breath until Whs.," Consulted Nor' veil. And Co of the coming year. he predicts: , The stirt of a--4matriarchal ere for Hollywood, In which women dominate,'not only as 'players but as writers, producers and. di rectors. .,The rise of a great star, a worn- an. "Either, in , February or . in March." the 'seer said. "She will appear before the end of 1935. She I will ' be4be--,. biggest character in ipictures." ' ' ,A probable 'decline in. popularity for both Greta Garbo and Mae West.. "Their planets of fortune are on the wane," Norvellsaid. "Their decline may be conditioned, to some extent, by the type of stories given them": - Marriages for jean Harlovic-Myr-. na Loy, Ann Harding and Loretta Young. Of the three, only,' Miss Young's, be declares, will be successful. "I see her giving up her career for marriage,' he said r - And then, in the latter- part of 1935, he predicts . mysterious and' sensational tragedy r that Will re-1 suit In the death of & well-known nball - - ortung, Seer Predicts Direful Events for Next Year in Hollywood Reads fo'vie City's Palm .and SeeS Tiagedy, Marnage,-Divorce for Some Stars, and Declining Popularity for Others. , 'actress. 'It will be surrounded by a drinking party," he said. "There are many people involved, and I see a great, many bottles and glasses and this tragic death." Norvell said be knows the name of the victim, but declined to state. About Max Baer, , the heavyweight champion, who resumes his film career in 'February, Norvell says hi knows nothing. , "But his young brother will be the champion inside of twoyears and will be greater than Max. He will outshine even Dempsey." A sharp upturn in business conditions, a radical change in the form of the United States Government and a war in Europe within three years were also. among his predictions. In 1942, he said,America will be invdived in the most serious conflict in its historya short, -sharp, deadly engagement lasting only eight months, but so virulent in nature that it will constitute a national crisis., , And out of that, he foresaw,- will come the first woman President . :HOLLYWOODA z friend . who ,caroe back from the Orient on the same boat with Joe' E. Brown reported that.' Joe always was in character' and he for one; got pretty tired of it But that the other passengers thought Jo. very funny. He didn't agree that Mr. Brown should be on duty all the time. He didn't realize, that when you work in i the ' movies you , work all the time. ,- One of the tough,' parts of stardom, any star will tell you, is the business of constantly being in the spotlight - Brown is a9-eztimp1e of this. Joe clix, has been a court fool at the throne of .,King bile so long that be hardly res enjoy a, single moment of eeriousness outside the priacy of his home. He never can be Just J. Brown, Beverly Hills," at least so long ss be remains a star In pictures. On a train, be must be amusing his fellow-passengers or they go home and report that be isn't "funny". after all. ' It Is the, same, way with women who achieve stardom, too. Even if she - wiabedt to, Kay Francis does not dare appear on the streets here carelessly , dressed,- imperfectly groomed or looking her "second best." The real,: rub Is that she can't do it any place In- the world. On the brief tour she made re- , , trim' hir By Associated Press. 1-1OLLYWOOD The adjective "exotic" is applied to threeand only threewomen in motion pictures by Count W. J. B. Sobieski, European portrait painter. The nobleman-artist's - selections were Anna Sten, Greta Garbo and 1 Marlene Dietrich. : "Exotic," the Count declared, has been overworked as far as current use is concerned. - "Anna Sten has one of the most expressive faces in the world," he said. "She has not only great beauty, but a face that shows character and a knowledge of life. I place her in my list because she has an-aura of mystery, of extreme beauty, of character. - - - - "Garbo has one of the most symmetrical faces in the -world. She seems restrained, yet capable of great emotion,' and a face that is pat made to be painted, being moleled beautifully, la flesh into definite planes. - 7 , "Marlene Dietrich, -too. has -that Intangible aura of mystery, and, in my opinion, is more beautiful than Garbo and more intriguing. I would call Miss Sten the most beautiful, Miss Dietrich a close second and Garbo the third, in actual beauty." , ,.. , cently, Anna Sten learned bow insistent the public is that their screen , idols stay in character at 1 all times and under all. circum. stances., No matter how tired she was, how rushed she mightbe,1 it was necessary that she take the I energy and , the , time to be ,- her I screen self in every appearanie,--' - ,Everyone knows how hard Garbo i works at being mysterious and ell. sive (think of the strain), 'how Katharine Hepburn must always, live up to her reputation ,of being eccentric, that George Arliss never has beert taught off his dignity and how Dick Powell must be constantly ready to ing. , There le star whose pictures1 never have played in Italy, because, Mussolini doesn't permit gangster movies, who visited that country. No one recognized him and it first be had a very happy time. - But I when he failed to get the attention I he, as a. movie star, had received In other European countries, be decided be didn't like Italy after all The popularity of the South Sea Islands as . a - Hollywood . vacatiOn. spot is growing, mainly - perhaps because modern motion pictures are unknown there, ?They're still back in the silent era In Tahiti and other spots, $o the star of today can comfortably visit these places and get by as any other tourist. But the South Seas are one of the few , visitable areas in the world where a star can go for - a vacation and not be on the ON too. It took Charles- Laughton, Paramount actor, just five years to win the Motion Picture Academy award He made his stage debut in 1928 and won the honor in 1933. . , , , Gar), cooper, lanky Paramount star, has been featured in 37 motion picture production& Forth After Previews of Imported Pictures Hollywood Directors , - Hold Get-Together to Assure Each Other. . Domestic Movies Are Better. ; - By MOLLIE MERRICK. Copyright, 1934. ' 1 N EW YORIC: December Foreign-made movies have their place in Hollywood life; Frankly, the are run for the most part in studio projection-rooms or in the homes of movie 'magnates on such evenings as-producers select for the chastisement of their genius employes.' - - These- occasions generally bring forth a word of admonition not unlike this: '"Now, hoys, wkare going to run a, picture made in Franca For the most part it's a louse, 'but if you fellows would only take the trouble to look-, these things over from time to time and see a few new tricks, our pictures would be better, and God knows there's room for improvement," etc., etc. , Following such a conference, every Hollywood film will contain either a series of German camera shots, which mean absolutely nothing except when tiler' definitely. serve to confusie the story, or fragments of ,Ruslian technique,- inserted into the wrong'story at the wrong time, or the delicate whimsy of sortie Gallic brain superimposed on a heavy-hipped "drammee made in Hollywood out ,of- six or, seven other dramas.'",-,. .! I t, ' - After such previews of 'foreign films,. Hollywood t directors have a get-together to assure one ,another that, no matter, how badly their work is done, the finished film is better than the ,foreign-roade prodAllthis went- on, with a gayer tempo before Alexander ' Korda cracked through with "Henry VIII" and the Elizabeth Gergner version of Catherine. 'Nevertheless you couldn't get a Hollywood director to say that Bob FlahertYs "Man of Aran" bad anything more than camera interest, although New York gave it the same lengthy attendance that "Zwei ,Hertzen". enjoyed. - - " ' ' In the same way, ,' Hollywood cinema workers would' short over reviews. of. "The ,Battle,, ' Leon narganoff's picture, with Merle Oberon and Mathis Boyer. Despite excellent performances on the part of these principals and some very. good secondary work by the rest of the cast, they, would still-condemn this film. on 'story yeakness and continuity and cutting lacks. NI Even so excellent a Moment as Charles c Boyer's death scene in The Battle" wouldn't Influence the men who construct -pictures in regarding the merit of the finished product When Garbo's latest picture. "The Painted Veil," was pre-1 viewed in Hollywood, the Western I audience couldn't accept some ex-1 ampleio of modern' millinery whichl Adrian introduced into the ';film. They guffawed loudly even., when such monstrositles,wera worn .byl the high-priestess of flimland. The Garbo film was .,zot consideredsuch-a-much bythe producers, but' it received unqualified ' raves by many critics after it had bees cut up and refurbished as , best it could be ' Hollywood's attitude aside, there seems to be a definite place in the world for pictures made outside of America, and that place is becom ing steadily more assured. If the shuttle technique Of interchanging . talent between England and Amer-., lea continues, the British product most fOrmidable contender for pop.' ularity throughout e- Americainayç . fulfill the high hopes which Its on,, thusiasts maintain - for - it. New: York audiences display far greater interest in pictures made out Of Hollywood than do Western audi-,i , Even such contributions as , Czar Wants to Sleep" find specta-1 tors invariably possessed of a hopeI ful patience. , This manifestation of audience reaction is the one on, which a , Hollywood diagnostleitat might' rely in fixing the seat ofi American cinema troubles: We arc failing our audiences- in some re-1 apect.when they have such patience for a crude, poorly constructed product, brought in from outside. ; Mart, Nolan Still - I trivitig to i 8 1 By Associated rresa ' , NEW YOnliMary Nolan. much- ) jinxed -actress: Of musical comedy screen' and Valdeville Is still push- ing forward teward another come.; back, but shethopes there will be no more night clubs on the route. , I wish I'' Bever had to $ee a night club again," said the girl, whom the,late Florens Ziegfeld de- scribed ' as; !the , most beautiful blonde I ever. glorified." Miss Nolan,: hu just finished a night club eSSagementin a tint. ern in the Jackson Heights section of Queens. Situated under an elevated train structure, it lath. red gingham tablecloth -variety beer. garden appesling to; the "neighborhood trade. 1 . -- - "I don't Me night clubs, but I . have to live,t she said. "I'm not a singer but lihave to make a living. ,,,. You 'know bat I've been doing? - I've been st4dying English. "I am goktg back to Hollywood and I -went' to be physically and - mentally la 1 perfect health -when I go. -An4 'ell301. I want rny English to beperfect. , T.- am only 2S. I'm rwrold. I tan make a comeback." - Irttraduced on Broadway when she was 14.11fiss Nolan sped to the heights, but bad luck dogged her. She was Involved repeatedly in SU I ration, -, 1, . . , . - - . ,- - ,- - .- - - . --- ; ,-.- -, - - f.-- .' -- - ' , . 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Fie - you know al forth at the -Am souri, and for to to be added at I dal shows are at 7:30 p. m. . merry-making I - "after 3 a. en.," MY& ' . An entire new at the III s ri - part of it - li ouk 'The Marine .1 ha aid 110 .he - sHUBEF1 pi" Ishes" at 1 xi- "Babb Itt" s- Also Newt . both featu le, after 10:30 'nd AMB. ASS ht. " at 7:55, 1:15 ie....et Johnson --t 7:00. 9:20 a FOX--"A e:.! 3:27 s.nd 5 -- 1:44, 4:12 al Ire stage show, ture picturi art vue of "Br( he LOEW'S : Others" at nt 4:29, 5:32, D a. m. MISSOU1 )en an- d 3:4L ten 4:55. Net ,eof "Strange VI AL" u Stne-a shnw t- le ..zot considered-the producers, but' ualified ' raves by Ler it had been cut oietted as ;-best it ttitude aside, there efinite place in the - 'es made outside of 'at place is becomre immured. If the ; le 'of interchanging. nogland and Amer: Le British product. contender for pop-' out; Americamayf, lopes which its en,, :ain - for it. New' display far greater ures made out of , do Western audi.i itributions as Thai, Bleep" find specta-1 oossessed of a hope, Lis manifestation of cm Is the -one On) wood diagnostiMiLat fixing the seat of, I troubles: We aro, ences- in some ro-I have such patience! 000rly constructed' , in from outside. I - Ilan Still - , I g to Rid . t elf of . Jinx' 1 Mary Nolan. much- ') f musical comedy evil)... Is still push- ' , ard another come.; . opes there will be :tubs on the route . ver had to see a , 1." said the girl, t - lorenz Ziegfeld de- 1 ot , most beautiful I torified." , I is just. finished a 1 gement--in a tav- i on Heights section t I ated under an ele- I , :ture, it la the red I loth -variety beer. 1 ; to; the "neighbor- night chubs, but I 1 e said. "I'm not a I. e to make e. living. ,,,. rve been doing? 1- 1 tg English. - , . oack to Hollywood be physically and I ect health -when I ; .. want rny English 1 , am oniy, 23. rm t eke- comeback. 1 , Broadway when - - - Nolen sped to the , luck dogged her, , . t repeatedly in liti.. -- ty for Others. .-- -exotic- is applie d e-- ' ' - -Mold et-logether to assure hact Other : - - Populari . , 1 threewomen ito thre and tures by Count W J n motion plc- ' '-' - , . '' 1 on y P ni; Movies A B - - - . . 13, Sobieski, , Ines Cones re Ma. i, ; , - - - European portrait painter. asociated Pres& ", - '-- ; actress. "It will be surrounded by The nobleman-artist's - selections , - ' ' ' 11..YWOODA star gszer pre- L a drinking party," he said. "There were Anna Sten, Greta Garbo and . - : , . By MOIIE MERRICK. I Gar bo - film was,zot considered' ) , today the New Year will bring are many people Involved and I Marlene Dietrich see a great ,- many bottles and "Exotic," the Count declared has Copyright, 1934. . ' 1 . such-a-much by the producers, but ollywood:' - ' -- MEW YORK: . December ' 30.-- it received unqualified ' raves by L unsuccessful marriage , for glasses and this tragic death." been overworked as far as current 1- 1 Foreign-made movies have many critics after it had been cut Harlow. - ,-- - Norvell said be knows the name use is concerned. the . place ' in Hollywood life up and refurbished as , best it mysterious tragedy that will of the victim, but declined to state. "Anna Sten has one of the most Frankly, they are run for the most could be the life of a well-known About Max Baer, , the heavy- expressive faces in the world " he part in studio projection rooms or Hollywood's attitude aside, there . , - weight champion, who resumes his said She has not only great in the homes of movie t to b definite it l in the - magnates es seems e a e In e p ace separation, ' then a quick di-fa February, career in ry,, Norvell beauty , but a face that shows char- on such evenings as-producers se- world for pictures made outside of t, and probably a quick mar- says be knows nothing. , But his acter and a knowledge of life I lect for the chastisement of their America, and that place is becom.. young brother wll be the chant- !, for Clark Gable. - , - - i place her in my list because she genius employes.' - - - lug steadily more assured. If the .; romance involving Mae West pion inside of two years and will has an aura of mystery, of extreme These- occasions generally bring shuttle technique of interchanging . will definitely prove whether be greater than Max. He will out- beauty, of character. - - ' - - forth a word of admonition not un- talent between England and Amer-., - La married . - shine even Dempsey." "Garbo has one of the Most sym- like- this: '-"Now, !rye, wa...are going lea continues, the British product end to the deodorizing cam- A sharp upturn in business con- metrical faces in the world She to run a, picture made in France, most formidable contender for pop.' a directed against the movies. ditions, a radical change in the seems restrained, yet capable of For the most part Its a louse, but ularity throughout; Americamayf, d.- as a result, the return of fon:it of the United States Govern- great emotion,' and a face that is if you fellows would only take the fulfill the high hopes which Its en', 0 suggestive, but more subtle, ment and a war in Europe within just made to be painted, being mol- trouble to look-, these things over thusiasts maintain - for - it New on pictures ' ,' three years were also. among his eled beautifully, in flesh into def- from time to time and see a few York audiences display far greater , runs the "life' line". of the predictions In 1942, he said, Amer- lnite planes. - -- 7 new tricks, our pictures would be interest in pictures made out of . e colony for the coming year, ica will be invelved in the most se- , 'Marlene Dietrich, -too. has that better, and God knows there's room Hollywood than do Western audil tterpreted by Mahlon Norvell, rious conflict in , its historya intangible aura of mystery, and, in for improvement," etc., etc. , , -- ences.', - - ' 1 pale and dark-haired youth, short, -sharp, deadly engagement, my opinion, is more beautiful than Following such a conference, ' Even such contributions as -mil, is Hollywood's favorite for- lasting only eight months, but so Garbo and more intriguing. I would every ,,Hollywood film will contain Czar Wentz to Sleep" find specta 1 , teller. Norvell is by way of virulent in nature that it will con- call Miss Sten the most beautiful, either a series ,of German camera tors invariably possessed of a hope-,1 ' "triple threat man," as r a. crisis. m Di i stitute a n a t 1 o n a I c ., ,, iss Dietrich a close second and A -.Aa ....i 41..... 16. ., of shots which rherin siboolutohr noth.. ful patience. , This manifestation I vv szLia.ua Aictiasza,t. ....vu.tau A.Nesgcs mum vmarines Are coming. at 1000 and .1.1. WAS LOU many. Litt ORM. .11 El ,,,L6c7 am. y AKA A WU L Unal -.V45 Asu, '.....7 Esther Ralstm 1:15 a. and "Strange matter who the actor is , uses astrology,. but reads palms, m. - Wives," with Roger Pryor and June ORPHEUM 'The Little Minis- Dunn said he was deeply worried and asserts he receives "impulses" Clayworth. The stage show, with ter" at 11:23 1:59 4:35 7:11 10:09 about his future when they signed PsYchically.-- , , , , . Nat Nazarro making his bow as "Hares Nu y Heart," midnight only, him to appear with little Miss Tern- - For nearly five years he has oc- roaster of ceremonies, will be sup- at 12:08. - ' - ' plc ' , - ' .-; cupled ,,' a . top-ranking - position plied by-10 acts of vaudeville, a ,- - . , "AU actors dislike working with among the battalion of future find chorus of 16 girls and an orchestra. ,, children," he said. The kids usu- era who make Hollywood .i their At the Fox the Shirley Temple o'clockat 6:32, .8:35, 10:38 , and ally steal most of your scenes, or home. ", In the last week of . each picture. "Bright Eyes," will be tern- 12:41- The management announces run away with the picture entirely year ha writes his predictions for porarily withdrawn and the special there will be no change in prices. "And all 'my- worst fears were the coming 12 months, and ,hits the - program, also scheduled to start ' - justified the first time I set foot ditto 'nertified legally.: t-, -- ! ' at 7:30 o'clock, will include a pre- . , At the Shubert - in front of the camera with Shir- . He says' he is "about 90 per cent view showing of The New Year s Ev ro the next screen ley. : A. smile from her was worth right , He forecast the death of 'e pgram' a t!! at attraction, ,"Broadway Bill,", which the Shubert will feature a list of more than '''. all my high-powered Marie Dressler, the suicide. of Paul has Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy the Vitahone vaudeville acts in addl acting, and she lifted scents,, right Bern and the separation of ' Marl . In e leading roles. Then, on the tion 'to the regular ictures The and left." -, Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks 'p, " stage will be 10 acts of vaudeville, President Vanishes" and "Babbitt" But, he continued, be couldn't in some oases three years in -. ad-brought down from Chicago for the shorts" will include a H b help but be fond of her. vance. The "er occasion. Also a chorus and ape- Williams . act, Ted Morita', and his "She just does her job and is -so ' A large section of the Movie col. cial New Year arrangements by the band At the a cartoon and sport cockt O ail rpheu different from the ' average pro- On)' hesitates to draw ' a long , . orchestra. - 1-- - the New Y fessional child' - that you couldn't breath until it has consulted Nor. m, ear's , , . At the Ambassador, Olsen - and dislike her if you wanted to." 7 vell. , . . . Eve celebration will be climaxed Johnson will supply the hilarity On a revue of the Bin Crosby Shirley's part, it seems to be And So of the coming year he with pir with what-the management assures " is m '.. ft that Dunn's frank, companionable predicts: will be an extra special perform picture, Here y Heart, t o be- h 'an-to-man" manner won her The start of a--"matriarchal era", sin sowinx atmid m nieht The - , ance of their "Cavalcade of Fun." - - -. -- ene - heart , ; for Hollywood, In , which women " L , The main New Year's d ciat program opens with The it- stage show tle Minister " and includes short Dunn said be was writing an will dominate, only as players, - is due to begin at 11 o in ' eta. clotk and original story for herin which but as writers, producers and di.. e subj ,,,,. , to continue until after the old year -- 2' there was no role for him. "I can't rectors. - ---,, . , - - l- is out and the new one in The - - - find a spot for myself, no matter The rise of a great star, a worn- there - feature picture attraction ere will IRENE DUNNE , TO PLAY how I try to work it around," he an. "Either in , February or in -:. be May Robson. in "Lady of the p laughed. , ' ,, , - - March," the ,seer said. "She will Mills," with lay Wray and Victor LEAD IN 'i, SHOW BOAT . . . - appear before the end of 1935. She Jory. - ,- , 2 , By Associated Press. ' Laughton to London. , will ba4be-- biggest character in ' . -HOLLYWOOD.--When the see- HOLLYWOOD.--Charles Laugh- pictures." New Show at Loew s cud talkie version of "Show Boat" ton will soon go back to the studio -A probable 'deelinef in popularity - - . - goes; into production early ' next here he first achieved world-wide for both Greta Garbo and Mae ANEW show also will get under year, Irene Dunne, who created the fame, when be goes- before ' the West.. "Their planets of fortune are ''- -- -- way at Loew's State today-. It role on the stage, will be in the London Films cameras in the lead- on the wane," Norvellsaid. "Their ,-is 'Forsaking Alt Others," and the lead.' Charles Winniger, with-fits ing' role of "Sir Tristram Goes decline may be conditioned, to some - management feels the bargain in Dunne in the Ziegfeld show, will West" 'It was there that be was extent, by the type of stories given "TI a mes" which the pictures offers play opposite her, Universal Studios starred in "The Private Life of them": .4 :- ' ' ' - --- .- in Joan Crawford, Clark Gable and announce. - . . . - , Henry VIII." Alexander Korda has - Marriages for Jean Harlovic-MyrRobert Montgomery, who will split The story was filmed by-Univer- engaged Rene Clair maker of na Loy , Ann Harding and Loretta the stellar honors three ways. makes sal five years ago, with Laura Lai Sous - Lee Toltec de Paris," ta di-1 Young. Of the three, only Miss the film also appropriate for the Plante and Joseph Schildkraut -, - rect "Sir - Tristram' -Goes West" Young's, be declares , will be sue- New Year's observance. ' But for ' -, which is : to be released through cessful. ,- "I see her giving up her good measure-there is being added Hal Rosson, whom Jean Harlow United Artists.. ,--,, , . .-...', ,.' career for marriage,' he said r - - what is described as a "special at- has sued for divorce, is said to be -- ' - - ' , And then, in the latter, part of ray of selected short subjects" deep in a romance with, Clare Care Diana Wyriward never uses but- 1935, he predicts mysterious and - The feature picture is scheduled aegis of London, in advices from ter or olive oil in her cooking. She sensational tragedy that will . rota be shown four times after II the British capital. ,,- -: - - never eats butter at all. .- stilt in the death of a well-known : flOLLYWOODA fr came back from the On same boat with Joe' E. ported that Joe alwayl character' and he for on ty tired of it But that passengers thought Jo. He didn't agree that should be on duty all tb . didn't realize. that when in i the movies you time..- One of the toug stardom, any star will the business of constant the spotlight - - Brown is a9essimp1e has beenct2ourt fool at of ,King bile so Ion hardly res enjoy a. ment of Seriousness outs vacy of his home.5 He n4 Just J. Brown, Beverl least so long ss be remi In pictures. 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I v . , . .., . , ' , HERE is Bones," terrier dog; who. also has his troubles '.. -, - , , I il. , : ., . . getting a regular movie job, registering, more than a - .', I t . , - - ' .-' A SIZZLING SENORITA FROM SPAIN , - ,. - ,- , 1 ,?., ,.,--0, , , . , i passing interest in the food about to be served Baby Le Roy, 0 ..,..,..,,,,....,,,, ilk 0.1.,:"r' . , 2,..-0., -.,-, ;- , 4.-';---k-7.-.4 , lk iy- GO" the Spanish beauty in Paramount's "Rumba," who is featured with CarOle - - hie master and a Paramount screen-' favorite.' ' In '.fact. a , ", , 0,-,......0.,-,i,,......,..-,,, .;,,, .,,,, . ,.,,,... - . ... ,...,,...., 1111' Lombard and George Raft. She's a favorite that is climbing fast on the movie -board. a spoon nd two empty stomachs are waiting . a ' for . ..,,4;-;'"'''-r!.,47:,.4,....,,,,.,-01.-,-r, ....,e' .44,-. ..,-,..4.,. -41. af, --, .., ,7,,,,,,.47, , - , ,,... . . , ,. .. , , -- ,. ... 1 ..... , .... , .. . ladder of fame, and not bad to look at. - .. , - . .-- . something to happen in the culinary department. . , , - -- ' , .. , , .- - . , , - , ' , . , - ,... . . .. .. .. . , , , - - 1 ' , -- - , , , . , ,, . - - , , . : ...:,. . ..: , . , , , , " ,. , , - - ., . ' -' '- . -: - ',.", : : -'. ' . . Says , . , . ,-, . , . . ,,, . . ,, , , , . rt., 1 . -Films , , -.- . .. ,, , . , ,- , .., . ' , r - - -- , . , , . ' - -- --.- ---- '--: - Seer Predicts Direful Events. . Girl ' it' TPposes' '-. ' , Y Onl 3 Exotic.-; 1-4:0:3...r.e,::1:.gn.. a e , :... . . , , . . . , . , .-,,,:,,,.,. -,, , .. . ,.. . , ,,. , rt . , ews. Year '''' 1 . Hollywood es for Next tt: Actress, ays , . . , . Spur U. S.... iiêttotsi ..-.,."...,....:-.,;-.; kop, , !he: Bog '. 10 - the B. og - in . . .. , . , . , . , . . . , , ..., . , . . - :- -- , ,. , , ,- . . -- -- Movie , . M v Romance ' -: , --- , , ,. - ,, , ,,. ' -,7' Foreign Artist - .. , - . . , ,, . . . , , , , , . , - , . - t r - - , ;.-. . , .. .,, ,. . ,, : --, - ' HERBERT ls.'::MONK. , - . ' , - - -- - . Reads fovie .City s -,.1'alm and Sees,Tragedy,'Mar , .m- .- - . .: By Associated Press aec . e , . -. ..: ,, ,, , ,.--, .- i -, , , - , . . By Associated pileu.;, : . , , 4.1a . e .. , r Some Stars and Decl , : ,,- ,o .k 'o, ,in g, 2 , - noli,ywoon ,The -- djtive ' -. , - . --- - . -- ! . -,' . . , . After - Previews of Picturesifollyw,00d Darect..ors; :- , :. . , --HOLLY1100D,---,- CAL. Holly- , I Divorce for . - -, -, 4 ' ." .--, .. "exotic" e is applied to 1-, threean -- -,4 S is their 9.13,111181 custoni, the' 1 - ' , - wood's newest romance took a long . - , - . -PArtillnri fly cryri (14-1-tora - -. l - . 6 , ii i 401 : : - it rencirry-rn . MT'll r-rn 1 -,- .- A.,. ....-1- el.,...,.....- filStma votAlk ,,, d -Hold Get-Together-to Assure Each.Other-' - - :- , :11--g7r-in-e-s-Are.,-0-min-lif-at-1-67.00and- "It was too many he said. No they say in football. Be ' pot only I first u i& ' 1:15 a. ro. - . matter who the actor is.";. .. uses a come i; strology,' but , reads. - palms, ... . -.;u th:lilir1Wom4 uc an " I T7T- - , t - rum I-IC0n 1 itiSt . ' sistent the public is that their serted into the wrong' story- it the American cine has oc- . , , screen , idols stay hi character at wrong time, or the delicate whimsy failing our al position Keep i.n C aracterl. all times and under all. circurn of some Gallic brain superimpovseend ure find- , stances ., ig o matter how tired she on a heavy-hipped "drammee made for a ' crude, , Dd .i their . lA 1. of the T was, how rushed she .might be, it in Hollywood out , of six or se of . each . imp other dramas. was necessary that she take the pirpoecictnewt,hebnrouthil ,'";. - 1 '!' ., ''''' ' ' A 1 u N tions for , - 7 ''' energy and , the , time , to be ,- her After such previews of 'foreign jy ry A 1 I ,has the -,, , ------", -- , . screen self In every appearance;.' films, Hollywood t directors have .,a t - ,-I , , , ,.ent Folks Exp m ect Them Like ' - ; - ' Everyone knows how hard Garbo get-together torassure one ,another ' ,3triOir works at being y that, sterious and elu- at, no matter 'zhow badly their L of They Are on 4.. ' . - sive (think of q.he strain),'how work is done finished film is " - Her 'ant e Katharine Hepburn must always better than the ,foreign-roade prod- ary creen. , live up to her reputation of being uct. , - - cs-- , eccentric. that Georze Arliss never AU this went - on with 11,.' gayer I akAres,mble tat ak mil ,- - , I I& 416. ael. mat Mb marAalllyetArmwra I 8-sla - 41a lawiiisf ?MVP Minna P Linn niciuras Errtrutml.wuo I bW .A.-lef 06 li3... . I IP ".- I . - - v lo we& solhauhwl 1141 - . - - I IAU& ALI UV NAVA:14,1A , us la Ilaa-ae..." rr aa ,ae ymo Er , mow v.mr yr - ,

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