Screen and Radio Weekly (Apr 1934 to Aug 1937)

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| ‘ THE DETROIT FREE PRESS—FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1934 hee ao “The Hollywood Reporter”--Personal But Not Confidential “When a Dog Barks 10,000 Miles Away” “Loretta Young Smiles While Hollywood Fumes” “You Can Be Beautiful,” by Joan Bennett and Joan Crawford “Hollywood Designers Look Ahead” —just a part of the “show” in the new Sunday Screen & Radio Weekly OPPING over with hot news snatched from in front of the whirring cameras of Hollywood and the buzzing microphones of radioland, this new SCREEN & RADIO WEEKLY will give you a week-end of gala reading enjoyment. Not just "another section" but a full size magazine in brilliant colors and breezy pictorial, FREE with your Sunday Free Press. By all means get a copy. Ask your newsboy or newsdealer or PHONE HOME DELIVERY DEPT., RANDOLPH 8900, for your SCREEN & RADIO WEEKLY. The regular Screen and Radio news pages will appear in the usual place in Sunday's Free Press wilkc SUNDAYS FREE PRESS