1944 in Print — Hollywood by Sidney Skolsky, April 18, 1944


April 18, 1944

Hedy Lamarr is having the picture “Diamond Rock” prepared for her at Metro while she is busy making “The Conspirators.” Grad Sears is telling friends that United Artists will acquire “The Voice of the Turtle,” with Leland Hayward in on the producing set-up… Vivian Marshall says she just found out the difference between her legs and Betty Grable’s. Vivian says, “Mine just hold me up; hers support her.”

Also: At MGM, one end of Sound Stage 15 has been removed to accommodate four B-25s for filming “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo.”

From the Miami News.


April 8, 1944, Skolsky

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