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f PAM MOM TORRID ROMANCE—Jack Palance and Corinne Calvet are romantically teamed in "Flight to Tangier" Thursday at the Hollywood Harlows Shearers Garbos Exciting New Talent Called Greatest Need of Hollywood BY EMILY BELSEIL HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (INS) I A top Hollywood producer said Saturday that the motion pie ture industry is desperately in need of exciting new talent--at least 300 new personalities but we don't know where to find them' I them' 1 r Starmaker Jerry Wald denied! Lief 41 '‘i:st-T the star system which has be- 1 ' yli cs4 - glamored such names as Jean ! "0' s - Harlow Norma Sbearer Greta! : Garbo and Joan Crawford is ' - ' :''If-' Ih dead But he said: :tf- I: ' - — "There's a greater shortage of persortalities today than ever before in the history of films - -- 'Why there aren't more than 20 top stars who are capable of carrying a picture alone" 4 But Wald is optimistic Be a tlas 20 new players coming up '- 4 -04 :4 It Columbia Studios ira40—' kw ati Alb -be :e k "-- 1 JEAN HARLOIV I TES TALENT 1 - - - a duplicate wanted I 'Will these kids replace the were the result of a 'specialized ! rars of today” we asked campaign" "Well" said Wad leatung I 1 'Their success was 13 o amid hack in his swank Hollyw-ood dent" he declared "Harlow chair in his swank Hollywood' was the first of the platinum I office "we have Jack Lemroon blonds Shearer was built up as who has the potential of a Cary I Crawford 1 the ladv C wford the shopgirl 1 karma ULU Lie 41thCbla I twit uac and Garbo as the mystery Cam woman They were the four "Then we have Marilyn Novak giants of their day" bo has the same sexy quality of He added: Harlow but she's definitely "One of the big troubles now tot a Harlow—or a Monroe is that all actresses think they 'Which reminds me—wben I must look like Marilyn Monroe I east Monroe in 'Clash by Night' instead of becoming sell-illueverybody wanted to know if she minating penanalines was another Jane Russell" Then Wald ticked off Diane Foster (the Olivia de Havill 'and 'Dawn Addams Will Tb 1a type) Robert Francis (the Joel "— " McCrea type) and May Wynn 'Wed Italian Prince (the Joan Crawford type) The producer predicted all HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CTS) these bright young hopefuls will Dawn Addams announces that emerge as stars in another few she definitely will marry her years Italian prince Vittorio Massimo 46Theres no formula for mak Paradoxically she says she tng a star" be said "hut the per doesn't want him to become an tonality must punch through actor but if he should change "Every potential player Ii his mind lied be the biggest star analyzed before being signed up Of the lot Dawn returns to Rome and before a foot of film is shot in a few weeks She loved Euen them they represent a studio rope Shes a big hit there investment of between $100000 — - and $ax000 !Take whistles Away "So you can see that making HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CIS)— a star is no accident and It Roy Rowland's comment on the doesn't happen overnight" I speed of the traffic on our new I Los Angeles freeways: 'They SPECIAL TREATMENT I ought to take the cops' whistles Wald pointed out that shearer 1 away and eve them checkered Barlow Crawford and Garbo flags!" BY JAMES 1SACON I HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (— Jon Hall beheves sex is much I overrated as a Hollywood corn- I - ---e modity 1 Thats ai ioe"" i' strong opinion ' - i from an actor I famed for his r ' g1P ' torrid making under 1 'N f- tropical skies '- with s u c h F - '-—' L'i movie queens as Dorothy La mour and Maria Monter Be argues that television proves that JON the American HALL public is fed up with t he brand of sex dished out by Holly wood : 'Look at 'Lucy' and 'Dragnet'" ' observes HalL -Neither depends en sex and more people watch them in one week than see a top movie in a lifetime- ' Hall of eour5e is a television star himself now and admits to ! prejudice He has made 52 "Rama!' of the Jungle" films 'And I have yet to kig a lead- 1 Ina lady in one of them yet' be adds 'And I now make as much 1 Jon Hall Insists Sex Is Overrated tooPPon Two TONT WoiTr STARTELEGRAM ! money in three months as I used to make in one year in the movies" In fact be seldom uses the same leading lady twice in any of his films which are syndicated to 100 stations throughout the nation He owns a good chunk of them and this explains his financial love of television Based on his top movie salary of $3000 a week Hall's return from his jungle TV series puts him into a claimed million dollar a year class His films cost $20 000 each to make His crew turns out three a week The first three of any series are integrated so that they can be spliced together into a feature length movie for showing in theaters Hall said that the success of the movie cowboys gave him the idea that sex as a boxoffice commodity was overrated -So I derided to become a Gene Autry of the jungle" says Hall "Gene kisses his horse I kiss an elephant" What if Jon had suggested to his movie bosses that there be no sex in such movies as "Hurricane" or those bosom and end epics with Miss Monter? "Why" he answers "they would have laughed me right out of Hollywood" Voice of Broadway King Queen Have So Many ' Parties' Dales Mixed Up ! BY DOROTHY KILGALLEN NEW YORK Dec 5 — Even i kings and queens get their date I books mixed up sometimes When King Paul and - 1 1 : Queen Freder- ar ika of Greece itit71r ' kik I tossed a rather Wr 11 I private coc k AO !tail shindig for r 50 people at W 0 the ald ort ' 1 the other day k tilry 4 the queen dis- co v ered she '4!'' had lost the r "- king during ' ' the afternoon: mA 04 sl She went to I 1110' re &aill 0 one function ''rkct i he to another wwwwww ' and they were ZSA ZSA 40 minutes GAB(m late for their ' party Broadway newsdealers took the newspaper strike in good' natured—sometimes humorous— ! stride Their stalls barren of the t1 dailies were decorated with signs 14 I like "Don't Be Cheap Buy a i 1 Magazine” "Is It My Fault?" and "No News Isn't Good News" Enterprising dealers who imported I Philadelphia gazettes started small riots for copies Eva Bartok's new record "Don't Touch Me" got the kiss of death from the BBC and the disc company that made it is delighted A broadcast ban always arouses English curiosity Zsa Zsa and Eva Gabor are having a sisterly fit over Magda's — snagging of a wire service 'break" on the announcement of their act at the Last Frontier in Las Vegas Zsa Zsa called from ithe coast in the middle of the night to accuse Magda of having hired a press agent (Which she had!) Brenda Frazier Kelly and Pietro Mete have been mak ing the Village Vanguard one of their hideaways although Irwin 1 Corey in the show there does a satire on Pietro's recent troubles with the law N Kowtow BULLETIN BOARD Here's one they'll probably deny fast and loud but insiders vow it's true: Johnnie Ray's records have done so badly all over the country recently that the brass at Columbia Records are in a mood to release him from his contract at the first opportune moment A New York detective agency has been hired by relatives of the late Harry Dexter White Object: To "clear his name" Bachelor House the East Side rumba haven will seek to revive dance marathons (which the town hasn't seen in two decades) early in December They will be called "Mambo-thons" and hip wigglers will be invited to "go-go-go" for 12 straight hours If you need a live deer or two to make the kiddies' Christmas more dramatic this year the Wonderland Farm Zoo in Queens will rent them out to pull Santa's sleigh or perform any other suitable bit parts To see Joan Bennett and Walter Wanger dining cosily in a corner of the Colony you'd never believe there had ever been any trouble—let alone gun play—between them Judy Garland is taking ballet lessons from Richard Barstow (her "A Star Is Born" choreographer) in her spare time He reports that Judy ' is "dancing wonderfully" Elsa Schiaparelli's book of reminiscences "My Shocking Life" will be completed soon Dutton plans to bring it out next September -- GOSSIP IN GO'llIAAL The Mexican League is at it again—trying to raid the majors for baseball talent Agents for I the South of the Border teams are quietly approaching U S stars with offers of large money and long-term contracts Marilyn Novacs the Columbia Pix discovery is the romantic white hope in Mac Krim's life That seasonal conversation piece is being revived around local dinner tables: Ask your friends to name all of Santa Claus' reindeer There I are eight Such a crisis at a dinner party given the other !night for Italian celebrity Agnelli Two ladies—Mrs Gilbert Miller and Mrs Norman Winston —turned up in identical diamond necklaces! (It should happen to you and me Beulah) George V Allen is now the most welcome door bell ringer at the White House Biggies in the pop music field hope the Tommy-Jimmy Dorsey engagement at the Statler will spearhead the long-awaited revival of the big band business Frank Sinatra couldn't get together with Ava i but be managed one reconciliaI bon—persuaded Julie Styne and Sammy Cahn his song writing MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Guaranteed $1000 Creme Oil $ COLD WAVE lowlemim Shompos SM u NeM Sty Gag OPEN EVININOI SY APPOINTMENT pals to forget their feud and work again on "'Pink Tights" Clare Boothe Luce's friends return from Italy with the word that she hopes to make it back to the United States for Christmas TV Beginning to Contribute Stories to Stage Hollywood BY WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK Dec 5 (P)— Television has been depending on stories written for other media but now is beginning to contribute plays to stage and screen says Video Executive Ed Rice "Experience has shown that putting a play on television doesn't prevent its being used for Broadway or the movies" says Rice script editor for the two weekly Television Theater dramas An example is the play first on Television Theater as 'Sound of Hunting" then on Broadway under the same title and later on the screen as "Nine Iron Men" Another of the program's presentations "Gramercy Ghost" later was produced on the stage A more recent one "The Chess Game" is being considered for Broadway 1Revelation of Star Cause To Cancel TV Program NEW YORK Dec 5 al-- Ralph Edwards isn't always able to keep secret until program time the name of the guest in his "This Is Your Life" on NBC-TV When that happens the appearance is canceled and someone else used In the case of Ann Sheridan of the movies her cancellation did not come until the last minute so the only thing left was to substitute a film recording of a previous program The cancellations mean a lot of research into the life of the guest Is thrown out of the win 611CZt a 111 1 VIAL V !Figures Cloudy On End Result Of La Rosa Row NEW YORK Dec 5 (—The statisticians striving further to dope out the effect of the Godfrey-La Rosa incident on Arthur's night-time shows have come up with some more figures The monthly report of the American Research Bureau covering 35 cities for the period ending Nov 7 rated Talent Scouts fourth compared to fifth in October La Rosa did not appear in this series On the other hand Godfrey and His Friends the Wednesday night series in which La Rosa was a feature singer slipped from fourth to seventh You can draw your Own conclusions It was this program survey which a month ago reported Dragnet bad gained first place over I Love Lucy In the new report Lucy was back in first but Dragnet was an extremely close second The Grouch° Marx quiz continued third Other standings in the first 10: Toast Of Town fifth Milton Berle sixth Jackie Gleason eighth Our Miss Brooks ninth and Television Playhouse 10th Hester Is Wanted For 'Mister Roberts' HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CTS) Charlton Heston who wanted desperately to play "Mister Roberts" when it was on Broadway and big on the road finally got the part He's in Palm Beach right now where after a couple of weeks of rehearsals he'll do 10 performances for the idle rich down there RIVERSIDE TAVERN 221 RIVERSIDE DRIVE FREDDIE STIINIFf AND MIS MAGIC FIDDLI SILLY CROSS ON NIS US PAUL GUITAR ED JONES SINGING YOUR POPULAR MIAMI DANCING FROM 3 P M 1TIL RID DRAWING STARTS 3 P ki—litt W4 Dts 044 Loftin Nem Chicken' Immo kw end Or AcmIts TICKETS FOR DRAWING NEE ON INQUEST SPECIAL' 71 COURT HOUSE BEAUTY SHOP " - " - a 4 ah-subal-A-41-1641A-AAAALALA A A Al'41 ALA AALA116461LoiLdhalkAILAdli"16AAULAA OVER WM'S CUTAATI MG 104132 THEY CAN SEE TV WHEN OUT TO SEA NEW YORK Dec 5 (T)— TV literally has gone to sea according to Joe Marty Jr head of the electronics division of Admiral Corporation of Chicago He reports that scores of Great Lakes ore carriers other large inland waterway ships harbor craft and fireboats now have TV sets aboard with antennas attached to smokestacks Others include "A Trip to Bountiful" first on the Sunday night Television Playhouse and now a current Broadway play "Marty" from the same TV show now being made into a movie and "Double Jeopardy" being prepared for the stage Several other original TV productions have gone on to stage or screen Rice a slight mild-mannered man relates that the biggest source of TV drama had been three-act plays written original ly for the stage but now the original play written especially for video is coming into its own "Younger authors in particular are writing for television" he continues "The rewards are less than for writing a successful Broadway play but they have a better chance of selling to TV" And he reiterated if the play is exceptionally good it still may go on to the stage or movies EGYPTIANS DRAW BROAD LINE OVER OSCULATION IN PUBLIC CAIRO Dec 5 (NANA)--The government film censors de cided the other day that while they would continue to tolerate kissing on the screen it was a threat to Egyptian morals to have it depicted on outside advertising posters Movie proprietors pointed out in reply that posters were supplied with the films and would cost too much to have different ones printed locally So the censors agreed to a compromise Now when Hollywood's great lovers embrace on a Cairo billboard their lips are covered with a strip of white paper Too deeply plunging necklines or too obvious curves get the same treatment 1 dow It takes from a week to six months to prepare the material by staff workers in New York Chicago Kansas City in addition to Hollywood In another instance two weeks of phone calls had been completed with arrangements madd pleted with arrangements madd No Help to for transportation to Hollywood and hotel accommodations set up for participants before the yr word leaked out that the guest 'Young Actor was to be Joe Louis former heavyweight champion Milton Berle who helped ntice Martha Raye onto the pro gram in its first of three telecasts from New York never has appeared as a guest because his scheduled appearance also was disclosed ahead of time The secret got out even before the research was started Edwards says he doesn't blame anyone for the slips—he calls them "just accidents" Jeff Chandler Stars In 'Sign of the Pagan' HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CTS) Jeff Chandler the most sought after male in town (on and off screen) stars In "Sign of the Pagan" He'll play a Roman soldier His co-star Is Ballerina Ludmilla Tcherina and this will be her screen debut She made a very expensive and expansive test a year ago Dr 1 Q TV Time Moved NEW l'ORK Dec 5 RI Comedian Joey Adams' version of a video quiz "Back to the Fact" which failed to catch on when it started a few telecasts ago has been dropped by ABC-TV and Dr I Q the former radio quiz moved into its time Glamour Gals Out °luck Comics Say MAIL ORDERS ADD SU MAILING FEE Buy from Double-0 Also or BY EMILY BEISER HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (INS) Two famous gal comics 'ganged up on Hollywood's glamorous television and screen stars contending that few of the beautiful dolls have men "they can call their own" Funny-faced Irene Ryan and singing contortionist Dorothy Shay get their kicks by slinging fun at glamour and skidding into theatrical home base on homespun words and hillbilly tunes Irene who cashes in on a droll physiognomy and a pathetically wry voice is convinced the excitingly beautiful gal is just plain out of luck Screwing her face into a dead earnest stare she said: "The girl who has one man has all men But the girl who has all men has none "It's a funny thing A lot of those movie and TV sirens are all glamour and hardly girls at all Take off all that mess and they aren't much to look at "There really wouldn't be much point in their going out without their extra hairpieces makeup falsies hip-pads and other trappings "Why the best parts would be left at home!" Dorothy Shay who learned her first risque song from a boy in a cocktail bar wears $1200 gowns but she acts like they're just rags dearie She regaled us with her early beginnings which she swears were "glamours" as anything Good Lungs Called 'Must' HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (M— Wendell Corey believes the two most important assets an actor can have on a live television dramatic show are a good pair of lungs and strong feet "You think I'm kidding!" he asks "Just try doing an intimate scene on one set exit gracefully make a 50-yard dash over bass violins TV cameras cables technicians and then walk gracefully Into the next scene and try to talk while out of breath—all in 30 seconds" Corey believes live TV &- GOES IT ALONE Family Pull HOLLYWOOD Dee 5 (A— Young Steve Rowland says relatives are "an awful cross to bear" His relatives are such people as Louis B Mayer David O Selz-nick Bill Goetz the former bead of Universal-International and Roy Rowland the director The latter is Steve's father Rowland is an actor but he can't get work in any of his father's pictures "Win an Academy Award" be tells Steve "and then come round" So far his famous relatives haven't kept him from working At the moment he's in 'Panther Squadron" "About Mrs Leslie" and "Bronco Apache" three of the biggest budget movies of the year 711 LOUNGE Entertainment Nightly For DANCING and RELAXATION open 10 AM Daily Your Genial Host— PAUL HAROLD COATS NO COVER CHAIM! 711 PENNSYLVANIA (Off Hemphill) ED0030 I CKDOlD00 011(D3 13R) I GET SEASON TICKETS NOW Th sports bargain of 1954 Got a box or group of for your company or your Month See this greed sports show in comfortable Will lows Americo Coliseum FORT WORTH REGIONAL-JAN 15 IS 18 19 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS-FEB 11 18 19 20 22 loosen tickets for 9 stights—linaside first 3 rely' $21: next 7 rows $14 boxes with 4 6 $ et 10 meats $14 per seat remainder ef arena floor $950 Prices includs tax AALAW&AAAAAi DOROTHY SHAY glamour doesn't pay! "I started as a popular singer" she said "but I found I wasn't so popular so one night I sang a song called 'Uncle Pad' and that was the end of my glamour era and the beginning of a more successful career" She's been yodeling "Uncle Fud" ever since a song about how she was "born in Tennessee and I was married when I was three" "Yea" Dorothy lamented "It took me five years to find out that glamour alone just doesn't pay!" Strong Feet for TV Actor mands the utmost In talent from an actor "I know" he comments "I never yet have gone into a show with all my lines memorized There just isn't enough rehearsal time and the whole show seems to run on hysterical fatigue "I'm continually amazed at how well they always come out" 'The Powder Keg' to Be Explosive Picture HOLLYWOOD Dee 5 (CTS) Frances Marion's new book about women in prison "The Powder Keg" will make a controversial explosive motion picture It's one of the best things she's ever written but it's brutal There are flashes of humor—but there's not much fun about life behind bars Only One Costime HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CIS) Joan Crawford a girl who has always been very careful about the clothes she wears on the screen has only one costume in "Johnny Guitar—a pair of blue jeans and an old shirt "BEST BAR-B-QUE" in town EAST FORTY 1301 EAST LANCASTER CHRISTMAS SPECIALS GUARANTEED PERMANENTS $750 Helene Curtis $350 CREME OIL $10 LANOLIN $500 WAVE SHAMPOO SET $125 up Operators: Lucy Whitley Avonn Michel BURK BURNETT BLDG BEAUTY SHOP ‘U swig? Doclombor II 1112 IN ARMED SERVICES Film Actor Has Wide Experience HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (A3) — Harvey Lembeck has Just about the longest war record of any actor in Hollywood—if you count screen performances too Harvey enlisted in the Army In 1941 while a student at the University of Alabama Then he transferred to Marine Corps of ficers training and finally wound up in the Pacific aboard a Navy sub He thought he was through with war in 1945 but since then he has been a prisoner of war twice in both the stage and screen versions of "Stalag 17" played a sailor on the stage in "Mr Roberts" Ile also was a frogman In the picture about that branch Recently he was called to Warners to make "Rear Guard" his first western and: "Guess what the part is I'm a cavalryman in the Union army" Brasselle to Miss 'Eddie Cantor Story' HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CTS) Keefe Brasselle won't stay in New York for "The Eddie Cantor Story" opening He'll eat Christmas dinner at home in California Sidney Skolsky producer of the picture hasn't worn anything but a seedy blue suit for 20 years but he bought a tuxedo for the Manhattan opening Winchell Starts 22nd Year NEW YORK Dec 5 (P)— Walter Winchell whose radio career began in the days of the B A Rolfe Orchestra hour when he was the interim commentator has started his 22nd network year He now is on both TV and radio for ABC The TV which started Oct 5 last year as a separate transmission now is combined with Os radio as a simulcast ler Lady of Victory Netters Civil pfos Players Incorporated hot Moliere's "THE MISER" Wednesday Sill P PA NC loth will losers Memorial Auditorium Ado $2 — Studnts $I For Information oboe tickets Coll Wilson 1913 kuthe en 9 A AL end 4 P AL N I M I M M M I M I a 1 bit SNP 110 I I WieWi MRS JO SKANICLA OPEN A TO II ARTESIAN WATER Owytet and Operate $01 MAIN ROOM A04 BURK IIIIINM ALDO IPO40111 Z5 z41K4 T -1 i'7577 fr e - i I 74141 DU STOOK WORT AND SHOW ROOM ORENSFRIDAY JANyARY 2' ) r cf ert d 'Nit ‘ t A WORLD'S Top RODEO MATINEES AND NIGHTS THIU SUNDAY IF 111 VARY 7 BAREBACK and SADDLE BRONC RIDING CALF ROPING WILD BULL RIDING STEER WRESTLING CLOWNS SPECTACULAR FEATURE ATTRACTIONS Beautiful HORSE SHOW Reserved Seats $3 Including Admission to Stock Show Grounds "THE BATTLE OF SONGS" Vreatest Rarmonizers-11 lestive Performances WILL ROORRS MIMORIAL AUDITORIUM NIGHTS JAN 30 31 FEB 1 2 3 lt 5 MATINEES FE1167 Lower Floor Reserved $150 Balcony Amerced $1 Children 50s ORDER TICKETS NOW BY MAIL r WES Fors the o the 1 SOM First edifies h All I played I we vote( Woni Chit in antes of Audr of the y And perform Film ready fc it is: "Ci "Man or man Ho COMINI Jack heavy per" b lovely Iv The pie exotic b Mud Bravo" as a Un beautifu -ft9 1 the Pal cab driv to prov( befriend FIL WORTI tal Ear 'Idan HOLLY Ladd Jar Joan len PALAC1 II Lori Can Flirt Hurst Fl Payne E LHIEHT hawk 01 Tuesday Laaieas f ''E aLek C MEAL Vitae! 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'Wax Tit STAltTELICGRAM tottihry Doclombor II IOW Semi 1 -::'777"'"'""': 'Voice of Broadway THEY CAN SEE TV IN ARMED SERVICES J t':' - G tt WHEN OUT TO SEA "amour Gals Out t-'-1--' gone to sea '' King Queen Have So Many NEW YORK D 5 VP)- 0 Film Actor ? it- :- ' os4i:7 1 TV literally has Li uck Comics Say H w r tep " " i bead of 'I' ''' ' ''' - '1 -1'C c‘'' Parties Dales Mixed Up according to Joe Marty Jr of Admiral Corporation of Chi- BY EMILY BEISER the electronics division Has Wide 4 iv aetah4 ' ''''''''''':: 's' 4 a h he -)r cap He reports that scores HOLLYWOOD 'OLLYWOODDec 5 (INS) 1 BY DOROTHY KILGALLEN pals to forget their feud and " ( es 4 N 4 ' f -0' of Great Lakes ore carriers Two famous gal comics 'ganged ta-- ai soh leek NEW YORK Dec Det 5 - Even work again on "'Pink Tights' Experience other large inland waterway up on Hollywood's glamorous a '- eao-'-hahos '''' ) kings and queens get their date Clare Boothe Luce's friends re- ships now have TV sets tending that few of the beaut on and screen stars con- i' ' It 7 :N' i o l'!:41a " books mixed up sometimes When turn from Italy with the word boats harbor craft and fire- television HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (A') - (9':'7Nop"- I King Paul and - s- - - that she hopes to make it back aboard with antennas attach- ful dolls have men "they can call ' Harvey Lembeck has just about o a-ohs:‘4 - Queen Freder- I to " -1) to the United S t a t a s for ed to smokestacks their own" st' '1: ' o'" i the longest war record of any or41'As -o h 1 01 ' N ) ika of Greece At) f R ctafkes Christmas Funny-aced Irene Ryan and '11L! ' ::h" 1 actor in Hollywood-if you count e e 7':' 7: — 0111011V' ''( ' ' 't i z3 r 'Ki:k A - f lI i li- tossed a rather as singing contortionist Dorothy 41‘ screen performances too -''oa s a - I I private cock- ' o 30 (1 Harvey enlisted in the Army 1'':' k - nrilmer--- la(Nselb-1 ! tail sphinpdlieg for L e Shay get their kicks by slinging ' Nof ' - '- -e- o -- r fun at glamour and skidding into - '' ha) In 1941 while a student at the -''sa'11i:' lok ''as's ' se at "a 0 TV Beginning to Contribute theatrical home base on home- '''' — k University of Alabama Then he - to :- heskic‘ h :a os eg‘awao A the Waldorf spun words and hillbilly tunes s ' f transferred to Marine Corps of - a aos t h'4 414 hesh 1 the other daYo tr 44hy e Stories 1 el Irene who cashes in on a droll - — an finally wound f Veers training d y se ash : t at a hh aeg s the q - ‘ a up in the Pacific aboard a Navy fi' Aa queen dis- to Stage Hollywood physiognomy and a pathetically os-oas a I R Z c o v e r e d she had lost h4asa s the T BY WAYNE OLIVER sub wry voice is convinced the ex- ae" ' ''o - '' b - Others include "A Trip to citingly beautiful gal is just plain e" oh : 1 - He thought he was through ''J r - 1 ' 1 SI ''t'''''ressesa k i n g during ' ' ti hei NEW YORK Dec ec (en- Bountiful" first on the Sunday out of luck A with war in 1945 but since then S i4 i ao sh iSalle ----- ---- shes 1 the afternoon: night Television Playhouse and Screwing her face into a dead '4'k:: he has been a prisoner of war - af $04414 tvt'i' :- 1mmEwmi She went to sSo$ 0'4' vhse' Television has been depending on now a current Broadway play earnest stare she said: haa ' 1''' a4 one function ''s a'1'40t stories written for other media "Marty" from the same TV show "The girl who has one man ('''::" '' ' ' twice in both the stage and screen - ' '' - versions of "Stalag 17" played 041114h "u""--Th! 1 he to another' aleoa ia s -s - o ' but now is beginning to contrib- now being made into a movie has all men But the girl who oae a a sailor on the stage in "Mr Bob- aos eh at'1'C's-' hae ' and they were ZS ZSA A hoas ?:' -:'h h ' in 4 inu es ute plays to stage and screen and "Double Jeopardy" being has all men has none 1'"a - - erts" Ile also was a frogman ViES a '-''"!'' -i 0 t GABOR says Video Executive Ed Rice prepared for the stage Several "It's a funny thing A lot of in the picture about that branch 1-'' Shi a'' - ' late for their 'Experience has shown that other original TV productions those movie and TV sirens are DOROTHY SHAY Recently he was called to Fors 17 r -:- -cs ' - party Broadway newsdealers putting a play on television have gone on to stage or screen all glamour and hardly girls at glamour doesn't pay! Warners to make "Rear Guard" the o "ifi'i v- took the neWspaper strike in good- doesn't prevent its being used Rice a slight mild-mannered all Take off all that mess and - - his first western and: the I - i'' z' natured-sometimes humorous- Broadway or the movies" man relates that the biggest they aren't much to look at "I started as a popular singer" "Guess what the part is I'm or ce script editor for the source of TV drama had been "There really wouldn't be she said "but I found 1 wasn't a caval 0 Les to -'' ' hide Their stalls barren of the f iryman in the Union army" SOM :4'v' ses it' h i 'hr'-- -o( e " iie I - ' o- ! dailies were decorated with signs says R is' re -Don't Be Cheap Buy a soa 1 like '-1 " " al Fault?" and k I Maaazine Is It y "No News Isn't Good News" En I trehrprising dealers who imported 1 dadelphia gazettes s t a r t e d under the same title and later are writing for television he left at home! small riots for copies Eva I two weekly Television Theater three-act plays written original- much point in their going out so popular so one night I sang dramas ly for Ithel stage but now the without their extra hairpieces a song called 'Uncle Fud' and v6 An example is the play first original p ay written en especially makeup falsies hip-pads and that was the end of my glamour 11 on Television Theater as ''Sound for video is coming into its own other trappings era and the beginning of a more of Hunting" then on Broadway "Younger authors in particular "Why the best parts would be successful career" " ' She's been yodeling "Uncle on the screen as "Nine Iron continues "The rewards are less Dorothy Shay who learned her Fud" ever since a song about rasselle to Miss Eddie Cantor Story' HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CTS) it L Bartok's new record "Don't Touch Keefe Brasselle won't stay in Men" Another of the program's than for writing a successful first risque song from a boy in how she was "born in Tennessee - e - sal les-! ' ' Me" got the kiss of death from New York for "The Eddie Can presentations Gramercy Ghost" Broadway play but they have a a cocktail bar wears $1200 and I was married when I was A P'- - i that made it is delighted A L iT the BBC and the disc company later was produced on the stage better chance of selling to TV" gowns but she acts like they're three" A more recent one "The Chess And he reiterated if the play just rags dearie "Yea" Dorothy lamented "it tor Story" opening He Christmas dinner at home in Cali' eat ll broadcast ban always arouses Game" is being considered for is exceptionally good it still may She regaled us with her early took me five years to find out fornia TORRID ROMANCE—Jack Palance and Corinne Calvet English curiosity Broadway go on to the stage or movies Sidney Skolsky producer of the First beginnings which she swears that glamour alone just doesn't are romantically teamed in "Flight to Tangier" Thurs- Zsa Zsa and Eva Gabor are hay- were "glamours" as anything pay!" picture hasn't worn anything but alities h day at the Hollywood log a sisterly fit over Magda's a seedy blue suit for 20 years All I - snagging of a wire service EGYPTIANS DRAW BROAD LINE but he bought a tuxedo for the played I Harlows Shearers Garbos their act at the Last Frontier in 'break" on the announcement of Good Lungs Strong Feet Manhattan opening we vote( I OVER OSCULATION IN PUBLIC Won Chit in Las Vegas Zsa Zsa called from the coast in the middle of the CAIRO Dec 5 (NANA) -The government film censors de Called Must t for TV Actor Winchell Starts 22nd Year antes of Exciting New Talent Called night a p t to accuse g s ea Magda ed aohl i ehh a having she other g cided the oer day that while they would continue to tolerate NEW YORK Dec 5 (JP- kissing on the screen it was a threat to Egyptian morals to have HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 e?)- mends the utmost in talent from Walter Winchell whose radio Audr re of the y had!) Brenda Frazier Kelly it depicted on outside advertising posters Wendell Corey believes the two an actor career began in the days of the And 'Greatest Need of Hollywoo and Pietro Mete have been mak- Movie proprietors pointed out in reply that posters were sup- g the N'illage Vanguard one of plied with the films and would cost too much to have different most important assets an on dra- never have gone into a show he was the interim commentator Film perform their hideaways although Irwin ones printed locally matic show are a good pair of with all my lines memorized has started his 22nd network ready fc it : BY EMILY BELSER Corey in the show there does a So the censors agreed to a compromise Now when Holly- lungs and strong feet There just isn't enough rehear- year He no vr is on both TV and is "Ch HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (INS) I satire on Pietro's recent troubles wood's great lovers embrace on a Cairo billboard their lips are "You think I'm kidding!" be sal time and the whole show radio for ABC The TV which "Man or man with the law co hysterical fa- started Oct 5 last year as a Ho A top Hollywood producer said covered with a strip of white paper Too deeply plunging neck- asks "Just try doing an intimate seems to run on — lines or too obvious curves get the same treatment scene On one set exit gracefully tigue separate transmission now is Saturday that the motion pie i ' : z' i IB IIETIN BOARD make a 50-yard dash over bass "I'm continually amazed at how combined with the radio as a COMM ture industry is desperately in e at' s o 'o: violins TV cameras cables tech- well they always come out" simulcast need of exciting new talent- ''sJ k : oaoh Here's one they'll probably R Jack "at least 300 new personalities 1 1-1-72e7ta -e:lh deny fast and loud but insiders evelation of Star Cause nicians and then walk gracefully into the next scene and try to me 0 a heavy per" b but we don't know where to find i 1 r-'14A D vow it's true: Johnnie Ray's ree l talk while out of breath-all In 1 I II e Powder Keg' to Be them' 1 It is A A-10 ords have done so badly all over ' To Cancel TV Program 30 seconds" ler Lady at lovely I Starmaker Jerry W v ald denied 4'h The plc' the count-y recently that the Corey believes live TV de- 'Explosive Picture exo tic b the star system which has be- 1 e ti W k '1-- brass at Columbia Records are in NEW YORK Dec 5 (- dow It takes from a wee Victory Mothers Mob glamored such names as Jean P)k to six HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CTS) Oluct Ralph Edwards isn't always able months to prepare the material GOES IT ALONE Frances Marion's Harlow Norma Shearer Greta 1 - a mood to release him from his new book about Bravo" protoOt - ' ?-f- to keep secret until program by staff workers in New York women in prison "The Powder as a Un Garbo and Joan Crawford Is ! ' t‘47 contract at the first opportune dead But he said: time the name of the guest in Chicago Kansas City in addition Keg" will make a controversial Players Incorporated beautifu moment A New York detec- his "This Is Your Life" on to Hollywood Family Pull explosive motion picture -49 1 -There's a greater shortage - ' - tive agency has been hired by NBC-TV When that happens the In another instance two weeks It's one of the best things she's the Pal bn of personalities today than ever relatives of the late Harry Dexter appearance is canceled and of phone calls had been corn- ever written but it's brutal cab driv before in the history of films White Object: To octal' his someone else used pleted with arrangements madd No Help to There are flashes of humor-but Moliere's befriend to prov( Why there aren't more than '20 top stars who are capable of name" Bachelor House the In the case of Ann Sheridan for transportation to Holbwood there's not much fun about life - a East Side rumba haven will seek of the movies her cancellation and hotel accommodations set behind bars — carrying a picture alone" - a former was to be Joe Louis di film t ubstit t 4 to revive dance marathons (which did not come until the last min- up for participants before the Young Actor Only One Costime "THE MISER' FIL 1 But Wald is optimistic Be ' has 20 new players coming up :- - i --0741 ' ' A the town hasn't seen in two ute so the only thing left was word leaked out that the guest It Columbia Studios gidLas iA: -:--4 decades) early in December They o sue a recording HOLLYWOOD Dec 5 (CTS) — — 1 JEAN HARLOW will be called "Mambo-thons" and of I previous program heavyweight champion HOLLYWOOD Dee 5 RI- Joan Crawford a girl who has been very careful about Wednesday Sill P PA CTTES TALENT 1 hip wigglers will be invited to The cancellations mean a lot Milton Berle who helped en- I a duplicate wanted I "go-go-go" for lh straight hours of research into the life of the tice Martha Raye onto the pro Young Steve Rowland says rela- always G said Wad leang the clothes she wears on the NC 101 11 WORTI fil:docr'i 'will these kids replace the If you need a live deer or ! guest is thrown out of the win- gram in its first of three tele- tires are an awful cross to bear " were the result of a -specialized - screen has only one costume in HOLLY rah! of today!" we asked campaign two to make the kiddies' Christ- I casts from New York never has His relatives are such people Will losers Ladd Jar "Well" tu I Johnny Guitar"-a pair of blue Joon En 1 -Their success was no it'd- I mas more dramatic this year the r appeared as a guest because his as Louis B Mayer David O Seh- jeans and an old shirt PALAC1 back in his swank Hollywood Figures Cloudy nick ill oetz e former ea - Hirt dent" he declared "Harlow 1 Wonderland Farm Zoo in Queens i1-- scheduled appearance also was k Bill 1 Memorial Auditorium Its Tort chair in his swank Hollywood I was the first of the platinum I will rent them out to pull Santa's I disclosed ahead of time The Hurst E th f bead can l office "we have Jack Lemmon of Universal-International and Payne E blonds Shearer was built up as sleigh or perform any other suit- al secret got out even before the ! "BEST BAR B QUE" Molts $2 Stud611 SI UtiElll research was started Roy Rowland the director who has the potential of a Caryl 1 the lady Crawford the shopgirl I able bit parts End Result Edwards h doesn't blame ' On n esult The Grant but he doesn't look like ' - - tank 01 ars says e oesname latter is Steves father i For Information about ticks ig:i”:4 and Garbo as the mystery To see Joan Bennett and Wal- 1 ill toten They were were the four ter Wenger dining cosily in a Back C Carr ! Of anyone for the slips-he calls Call Wilson 1913 botwoon 9 A AL MEAL -Then we have Marilyn Novak woman L Rosa osa Row 1 them "just accidents" 1 Rowland is an actor but he EAST FORTY VaarA T! giants of their day" 1 corner of the Colony you'd never can't get work in any of his fa- end 4 P AL 'Operatl who has the same sexy quality of He added: !believe there had ever been any I ! thers pictures 1301 EAST LANCASTER in -1 a Harlow but she's definitely eone of the big troubles now 1 trouble-let alone gun olav-hoo NEWYORK Dec 5 Clah-The I T If pi IS e ! "Win an Academy Award" be I TORRID RO are romantic day at the B Harlows Exciti Great BY EMILY HOLLYWOOD A top Hollywoo Saturday that t ture industry is need of excitinl ''at least 300 ne but we don't kno them" Starmaker Jer the star system glamored such Harlow Norma Garbo and Jut dead But he sa "There's a g of personalities before in the b Why there aren top stars who carrying a pictt But Wald is bas 20 new pla It Columbia Still — TES TALENT 'will these k rars of today" -Well" said hack in his sw chair in his sw office we have ho has the pot( Grant but be d( Carr '-Then we have wbo has the same I Harlow but tot a Harlow—cn 'Which remin east Monroe in everybody wantel was another Jar Then Wald ti Foster (the Oliv type) Robert Fl McCrea type) (the Joan Crawl The producer these bright you emerge as stars years -"There's no t tng a star" be & tonality mug pi Every potei analyzed before and before a fo4 en them they xi investment of I and $ax000 "So you can a star is no doesn't happen — SPECIAL TREA Wald pointed Barlow Crawl Jon J Sex BY JAME HOLLYWOOD Jon Hall believ overrated as a - MP' - 14) i JON BALL brand of sex dis wood : 'Look at 'Luc: 'observes HalL en sex and mc them in one wei movie in a lit ' Hall of eour5 star himself no prejudice He "Hamar of the 1 'And I have 3 - Int lady in one adds 'And I no 011 - - '11 : 7 INC NS mds own 9 IN 17 50s 4 EEO IL 4 - " I la Au 1 - buaranteed $1000 Creme Oil $14 boxes with 4 6 I et 10 meats $14 per seat remainder trf COLD WAVE arena fiber $950 Prices include tax MAIL ORDERS ADD SU MAILING FEE lowlvien Shompos SM u Ne4 Sty Gag Ivy from Double-0 Men or EVININOI SY APPOINTMENT COURT HOUSE BEAUTY SHOP gni 1 i 14 KE- 4114T14 ev WM'S MIMI MG 104132 NEI 4) ANDERSON BIDO HONE Ortun011)t aaa ' a AAAkaa11411416-41hadikdkaiLALOWILAAILALLAk a I nrr ' 4 4r1 07 - l'400"3 "'L 1 !04 t tt' 1N91 tik NIV 611 f r wJ

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