1944 in Print — Hollywood by Sidney Skolsky, April 23, 1944

April 23, 1944, Skolsky

April 23, 1944

Errol Flynn and Peggy Maley are a thing … Judy Garland and Vincent Minnelli are dinner companions … In his next Andy Hardy picture, Mickey Rooney will go for a glamorazon and Dorothy Ford is being considered for the role … George Jessel and Gypsy Rose Lee were a combination this week. Phil Silvers told off a writer who kept heckling him on the set. “If you don’t behave yourself,” said Phil, “I’ll say those lines the way you wrote them.”

From the Miami News.

April 23, 1944, Sidney Skolsky


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