April 11, 1944
HOLLYWOOD, APRIL 10 — So many movies are mentioned for Cary Grant that when I hear he is to make a picture I say, “Does Cary know it?” This time he does know he is to star in “The Greatest Gift,” an original by Phillip Van Doren Stern, for Charlie Koerner bought it with the popular Mr. Grant in mind.
Clarence Nash, the voice of Donald Duck, visits Milwaukee and talks with columnist Buck Herzog.
And “The Greatest Gift” was made — as “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
That’s why everyone hates The Dome so much–it’s not what he says, it’s that sneering tone he always uses. He is never going to make any friends till he works on that. “For gosh sakes, Dome, can’t you just ask me politely to pass the salt without using that tone of voice?”