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When Paulette Goddard checked in for work in "Second Chorus," studio executives proudly ushered her into the dressing-room formerly occupied by Joan Bennett. It was a fancy, frilly affair, done in pale blue and white. Confidently, the big bosses awaited the Goddard gurgles of delight, but Paulette fooled them. Taking one quick look about, she said, "This room is too feminine for me," and walked out. When she returned, the entire place had been done over in her favorite tan . . . Orson Welles, on the other hand, seems happy enough with the dressing-room assigned to him for use during the making of "Citizen Kane." Orson is occupying Gloria Swanson's satin-lined studio boudoir and has a great time relaxing on a sirenish divan, putting his big feet on Gloria's $50 pillows, and aiming paper pellets at the unexplained bullet holes which have peppered the wall since Gloria's day . . . Dorothy Lamour's dressing-room is hung with a new picture frame which contains the report of a radio audition she made in Chicago in 1932. Filed under the name of Mary
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Legs, legs, who owns Hollywood's most beautiful legs? That question still isn't answered! Dietrich, Colbert, Grable, Goddard, Rogers — all have entered their bid for the honor but it has never found a resting place. Now, a new contender steps forth — and this time it's a he! Patric Knowles blushingly admits that the International Apollo Club has voted him the possessor of the town's most beautiful limbs! The colony's glamour queens aren't particularly upset by this new competition — but Mrs. Ray Milland is! She thinks Ray's stems have the form and appeal of an Earl Carroll beauty's — and try as he will, her unhappy husband can't keep her from airing her views before any friend or foe who'll lend an ear!
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lohn Barrymore is just wandering around these days. He's in-between pictures and, not having much to do, spends most of his time ambling about town paying surprise visits to old friends. The other day, his roving feet took him to the set of the "Philadelphia Story" where his pal, Katharine Hepburn, was cavorting with Cary Grant and Virginia Weidler. After critically, but silently, observing several takes, John strolled up to Hepburn. "Katie," he said, "do you know who's the best actress in Hollywood?" Hepburn braced herself. "Who, John?" she asked with affected casualness. "Little Virginia Weidler, of course,"
"Cherry," June Preisser's cocker spaniel, is literally a "movie hound!" He's constantly lurking around the set trying to meet celebrities.