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Photoplay Magazine for April, 1930
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she's really "one of ours," even though she should go back to the old country to beautify and enrich its struggling talking industry.
TTOLLYWOOD'S laughing at Charles Far■*• -^rell over this:
He was hurrying to the studio one morning. A motorcycle policeman sirened him to a stop.
"What's the big idea, young feller, of doing forty-eight in a twenty-mile zone?" he wanted to know.
"Well, officer, I'm sorry," explained Charles; "but I'm late now — you see, I'm Charles Farrell and — "
"I'm sorry," said the officer, writing out the ticket, "but I don't play golf."
HOLLYWOOD dialogue: "I hear the Roosevelt Hotel insists that the song writers meet in the Blossom Room every night." "What for?" '"To keep them out of the lobby."
TOUGH days again for extras in Hollywood — but some of them got a break the other day. They were hired to play the guests at a big Jewish wedding scene. There was a banquet table, heavy with frankfurters and fruit, it being a comedy.
The scene was rehearsed a half dozen times. And then everybody had to sit around and wait until they got more frankfurters.
HELEN TWELVETREES, the fragile star of Pathe pictures, thinks Clark Twelvetrees, her husband, was a pretty unreasonable spouse. Anyway, she had a tale of woe to unfold in the Los Angeles divorce courts.
She didn't mind particularly if he wanted to jump out of six-story hotel windows, and she didn't even object very strenuously when a three-months' hospital bill for the flight was charged to her. She did mind, however, when he got drunk and beat her up. At least, that's what she told the judge.
EVERYBODY felt sorry for little Maureen O'Sullivan when she was first brought to this country by Fox to play the lead opposite John McCormack.
Everybody thought she was just a poor little kid from Dublin. Well, don't waste your tears. She was quite a social bud in Ireland with an independent income and she supervised her own poultry farm which netted her about $150 a week besides.
Hollywood finds her strange and shy, but in the old home town she was one of the most sought after debutantes.
TETTA GOUDAL has been forgiven, after a J temporary fall from grace. It looked for a time, after that $30,000 lawsuit against Cecil B. De Mille, that the fall might be permanent. Producers may not have such a thing as an actual "blacklist," but they do not look with favor on temperamental stars.
But Jetta has been given a job at M-G-M, and right on the same lot with C. B. She will play the leading role in the French version of "Unholy Night." Dorothy Sebastian enacted the same role in the English production.
Jetta would undoubtedly prefer an English assignment, since her accent is slight, but, at least, the ice is broken after a long, cold winter.
TOAN CRAWFORD has mastered her fear J of horses and actually rides one in her new picture "Montana Moon." The other day she was telling about her first experience with horses. She had no more than gotten settled in the saddle when the horse proceeded to run away and throw her.
"That was the time," said a friend, "to go right out and get on another horse."
"I did," said Joan, "three years later."
IT seems that, after all, Norma Talmadge doesn't give two hoots, not even one good hoot, if Joan Bennett has the star role in the talking version of "Smilin' Through."
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