1944 in Print — Walter Winchell on Broadway, March 17, 1944


March 17, 1944:

New York Newsreel

Faces About Town: Capt. Clark Gable and pretty Virginia Grey. Their chums say, “This is it!” … Lovely Ann Mace, Billy Rose’s tallest showgirl. Her groom, Lt. Al Downs of Westchester, has the miseries since she returned to the Horseshoe line … The Three Stooges going through their mainiactivities in Lindy’s… Raymond Massey putting a sassy stew in his place at El Morocco… Joe E. Brown ankling along Park Avenue — wearing the stares with dignity … George Raft, the cinemenace, ringsiding at the Ubangi … Kath Cornell, the star, wearing galoshes when it’s slushy — her shoes in her hands … At the Hurricane: Gertrude Niesen featuring red, white and blue fingernails …

From the St. Petersburg Times.



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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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