1944 in Print — Hollywood Gossip by Louella Parsons, March 24, 1944

March 24, 1944, Bill Robinson

Bill Robinson: “The Dark Cloud of Joy!”

Louella Parsons, March 24, 1944

March 24, 1944

SNAPSHOTS OF HOLLYWOOD COLLECTED AT RANDOM: Staff Sgt. Jack Foisle, the 24-year-old writer who revealed the yarn about Americans shooting down their own planes, was guest at a newspaper dinner. He is very shy and blushes easily; an amusing sight — two little fans watching Herbert Marshall dozing at the wheel of his car while Lee (Mrs. M.) was inside a market shopping. The youngsters were as quiet as mice waiting for Bart to awaken and sign their autographs; Jennie Lee is the name of the wealthy Texas beauty who has been doing the night spots with Red Skelton; Wallie Beery has been smiling at Jackie Glass, a comely showgirl; Benny Baker has joined Skeets Gallager in the road company of “Good Night Ladies.” He is taking Stu Erwin’s role. The Erwins return to Hollywood.

From the Milwaukee Sentinel.

Louella Parsons, March 24, 1944

March 24, 1944, Louella Parsons

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