1944 in Print — Hollywood News and Gossip by Louella Parsons, May 14, 1944

May 14, 1944, Comics


May 14, 1944

Joe E. Brown pioneered entertainment in Alaska and the South Pacific, and only Don Barclay beat him to China. Bill Gargan, who was with Paulette Goddard in China, says the name Barclay is known to every serviceman there. He does a mind-reading act the boys love and when he appeared at Hollywood Canteen he had Cary Grant, no less, for his stooge.

From the Milwaukee Sentinel.


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