1944 in Print — Hollywood by Sidney Skolsky, April 24, 1944


April 24, 1944

HOLLYWOOD, April 24 — A funny play could be written about the Hungarian scenario writers in Hollywood. Every time I pick up a trade paper I read where a Ladislaus has sold a story to a studio. I never knew there were so many Ladislaus’ and I was of the opinion that all the Hungarian writers had banded together, formed a syndicate and wrote under one name, Ladislaus.

From the Miami News.



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