1944 in Print — Walter Winchell on Broadway, March 27, 1944

March 26, 1944, Walter Winchell

March 27, 1944

Broadway Alien

She was once taken to a New York nightclub on New Year’s Eve and didn’t enjoy herself … She believes everything she reads in the movie mags… The only time she stays up all night is when she has a toothache … Marriage, in her opinion, is something sacred, not just a breathing spell between gigolos … She thinks Lucius Beebe is the name of a perfume … If she wasn’t true to the guy she cared about most, she’d never be able to sleep. It would worry her too much. When she sees a girl snubbing others or being insulting, she doesn’t consider it being sophisticute, but downright rude.

From the St. Petersburg Times.

March 26, 1944, Walter Winchell

March 26, 1944, Walter Winchell

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