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Y; supreme court by Moritz Hamburger, former German distributor. Inside Stuff-Kctnres Latest Screen Actors Guild "intelligence report" to the members is ac- companied by an of the Taft-Hartley law as it affects the union The piece condemns statute, listing numerous "objections" and "dan-^ gers," and suggests that members pass on the info to their friends. 50 mentions that Peter Lawford, Alan Mowbray and Marshall Thompson- have been appointed alternates ,to the Guild board of directors during the absence of Hume Cronyn, Henry Fonda and' Boris Karlofi in the east' for legit assignments. 6 4 10 5 ID 37 21 8 "Best Thinga Are Free" Crawfordy 10 IS 11 11 "Itlanana" . POLAN & ROSENBERG Greb & Leber Win Release From Col. High Hat waiters had been running across road to a liquor dispensary for their customers. Josefovits formerly provided the loblsy entertainment at the Para- mount theatre, N. New York following a brief honeymoon trip, states there are 22 different unions attendant to his hotel labor relations.Made by Wech- sler's Praesens Films, the picture was immediately bought outright by Metro for worldwide distribution. S., "Last Chanpe," was also distributed by : Metro and it's believed that the company's asso- ciation with the Swiss producer in that venture led it to invest some production money in "Marked." Film was directed by Fred Zinne- man on loan from the M-G studios. Richard Lane, chairman, and' Olivia de Havilland, William Lundigan and Agnes Morcbead are named SAG rep- resentatives on the Associated Actors & Artistes of America telfvision committee on 'the Coast. X," prior- to the recent disclosure of hia identity, Riley pointed out that the "question of friendly relations between our two- countries" is one of the broader issues at hand rather than just the "making of good pictures." Spirit of amity between the V, S. Exclusive Pact Greb and Lober, dance satirists, won an out on their exclusive man- agement contract with Henry Beck^ man,, of Columbia Entertainment Burea Ui N. JOSEFOVITS' KITERY DATE Pianist-songwriter Teri Josefovits opened Monday (33) at the Pent- house- club, N. Mounting costs are such that it's difficult to explain to his bondhold- ei:s why, if, he's jamming them jn,, don't the hotels pay a dividend.Handicapped by a small seating capacity, the Pix, formerly the News- reel, dropped its loop second-run policy after only a few weeks and now has returned to dual oldies. Steffes' estate, along with the World, by a group headed by Ted (Continued on page 18) Danny Thomas Has 2 More Metro Pix Hollywood, Feb. Danny Thomas will make two more pictures for : Metro, refuting reports of a break between actor and studio. "If You Knew Susie" appears light at Palace with ,000 for second week. , Jackson Park ; Contiiiued from'' page 5 s nixed a bid for "Lost Honeymoon" and demanded a 0 minimum for the picture. Emil Lowe, AGVA organizer, replaces with Al Westbrook, also from N. At the 4A , meeting which dis- hiissed Dale, charges w6re made that Dale had failed to arrange for the meeting after being ordered to do so by AGVA.The high prices commanded by the reissues, however, makes profitable operations difficult. Readjustment of the Cpnlrapt was made a- year ago, per* mitting Thomas to devote more time to radio and nightclubs. "Bishop's Wife" hold.s strong at ,000 in seventh stanza at Woods. Chicago (B&K) (3,900: 98)— "Call Northside" (20th). ■ Last week, "Dolphin Street" (M-G) (2d wk), big f0,000. "Panic" (FR) (2d Wk), ,000; Monroe (Indie) (1,000: 98)— "Desire Me" (M-G); Nifty ,000. Oriental (Essaness) (3,400; 98— "Sleep, My Love" (UA) with Pied Pipers in person (3d wk.) Fine ,- 000, Last week, ,000. Roosevelt (B&K) (1.500; 98) — "Voice of Turtle" (WB). Last week, "I Became a Criminal" (WB).,okay ,000. Woods f E.ssaness) (1.073: 98 — "Bish OD's Wife" (RKO) (7th wk). High price was dskedt, he alleged, because Warner Bros, theatres in the area threatened not to run the picture if the J'ackson Park played it first. Hy Faine, chairman of the AGVA national comwittee con^ sequently hired the meeting place.Those that serve as" a marquee lure refuse to play the State because they can get three-four week bookings ai the neighboring Capitol and Para- mount :$r more money, he adde* Moss Hart Setting Up Film Co. jujjge Igoe dismissed this as "too narrow." He ulso said that it Me- Connell's charges Were .true, there "Daisy Kenyon" and cissusj' Even more heartbreaking to Para- mount sales staffers here was the | j^^^ ^een' "direct violation of the compulsory pulling of 'Boad to . that on which "the State-Lake and not much less the Mc Connell's peti- second. the- .radid statioijs ip, those areas the day atres. Garfield declared he's tentatively agreed to star in both pictures' but will wait until he looks over the scripts before deciding. Jury came in with a verdict of ,300 which is trebled because the action is based on violation of the ; Sherman anti-trust law. Colony is only an BOO-seater but did steady business on a grind policy screening the pic five times daily. This metropolis isn't ac- customed to heavy snows, and radio warnings to keep off the streets don't help theatre trade. week, "Broadway" (FC) and "Flame New Orleans" (FC) (reissues), ,000. It is now offer™ ing everytlnng on.,a bjd ba^is in areas into which the territory has' been divided.Hio," Bing Crosby-Bob Hope-Dotb- j^ge igoe ordered 20th-Fox, thy Lamour smasheroo, from the Loew'i Paramount, HKO, Warner State-Lake after two sensational b^os. ' P^'^'^' Katz circuit to bring in its records ,000 dui-ing its first week at the ,5-^^. By ordinary standards, it rise C6., against Indian- apolis Amus. • File states that Rite and'Zating-Egyptian houses were denied first-run pix, af- ter playing downtown locations, and that they -vrere discriminated against in favor of l AC houses. graphs relating to the Jackson Park ' similar to the plan recently estab decree, and also from the Par case lished for Clii by 20th-Fox. Defendant's coimsel said such suits are not relevant to the nabe house's action. Catholics were reminded last week Third of Metro exploitation chief i that the prohibition on ."Seeing the William R. He said no decision had been reached yet -on whether Roberts would continue to work with Enterprise Studios, for which the production, outfit turned out "Body and Soul." Apparently reversing his decision to stay with "Skipi Ser Next to God," his current Broadway Icgiter, as long as the show doe.s business, Garfield declared he now plans to stay with- it only "as long as it plays to ca- pacity." Having remained 'in the east more than three months ho W; he expects to return to Holljhui'Ood' to resume film work as- soon as he leaves "Skipper." Leo Dims Air Roars Hollywood, Feb. Frank Whitbeek, Metro studio ad- vertising head, reports that Leo the Lion is stopping roaring on the air. That's con- siderably less than the 9,000 (when trebled) which the Bordan- aros asked in their complaint. Majority, of the houses are showing new product, single-billed. Kentucky (Switow) (1,200; 30-40) —"Good News" (M-G) and"Blon- die's Anniversary" (Col). Last week "Fun, Fancy Free" (RKO) and "Dark Mirror" (U), ,000. Sales execs think it will take about 1,0 pix before they really' know how the system i S; working. Ambassador Lewis, -Douglas within the past few weeks,' the- matter ■will be high on Dougla,s' agenda of topics to be taken up with the Labor Govern- ment on his return to England. Stan Kenton's orchestra jam- packed the 3,80,0-seat Syria Mosque last Wednesday night (18), doing more than ^500, tumbling local rec- ords for jazz concerts.Metro's Bally Briefings decision on the plan, however, has not yet been made. Ferguson's series of [ motion picture, "The Outlaw," which briefings of his field staff is schcd- [opened Friday (30) at the Pix the- uled for today ^Wednesday) at the atre, still stands. Effect is probably national, but slic- ing of paid *ds begins here with Chet . Plain- tiffs had sued charging deprivation of flrst-nm product for -their Palace theatre. Y» ■ Legal Akirmishes over claimed percentage-chiseling capers by ex- hiba continued to crop Up this week. Best of the lot looks' like "Cass Timberlane" at Loew'a State. Mary Anderson (People's) (1,100; 40-60)— -"Voice at Turtle" (WB). In the meantime they fear that it may be knocked out and they'll have to start all over ag Ain as a result of the hearings in Chi this week on charges that the majors are in contempt of court by -not followihg terms of the judge's' ordeh' , Jnhiisti Hi Abroad Conttniied from page 3 sin S Ad campaign by John Walsh, manager of Shea's Fulton, Pittsburgh, is generally being credited with a phenomenon there in connection with "Bishop's Wife." For the first time in the history of that house, business for a picture the second week, topped the first. Tlieatre went along at the beginning with regular Samuel Goldwyn advertising leads, hailing "Bishop's Wife" as the leading contender for the Academy Award, and getaway stanza's gross was profit- able but disappointing. Otherwise making it appear that ah agreement might hot be too far in the .offing is the fact that circum- stauc'es on both sides are reaching a point where a deal becomes a neces- sity. 24, ■ Justice Treleaven of Ontario Court of Appeals unknowingly censured Harry James'^ orchestra here last week when he decided that the bandleader's music was "for, dancing only" and did not come under the heiidlng of "entertainment" within the meaning of the Canadian' govern- ment's Amusements Act.. It was more than feentbh has' done anywhere on tour, excepting Chicago, topping his dough in New Yorfc Philadelphia and Boston. Mosque Sold out completely' and po- lice would allow only a scattering of standees.

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They grant that current I good songs are partly responsible, but they feel a fair portion is due to th'e fact that some of the record-buy- , li Sg public to some extent believes ;. Director Fred Burleigh will use sketches submitted by local authors. "Sleep, My Love" will finish its first stanza at Criterion at around ,000. "Jassy" likewise is not doing much at ,000 in the Winter Gar- den. • -i The movettient really got under way last year. Because of the heightened in-' tere^t in American pop tunes of previous decades by radio, films ^nd recordings, and the increas- ingly frequent revival of old song hits in the sheet music and dislc fields (the currently super- hot "I'm Looking Over a Four- • Leaf Clover" being a case in fiointl, VAiu KTr has compiled a list of songs, still under copy- right, that have sold 1,000,000 or more sheet copies. Stock Will 6e Exhausted i Hetail record dealers' have theii'" ■• pwn theory for the reasonably sharp' j Amp in the sales of recordings since tile ^ first of the year, which have been reported as increasing any- Where from 10% to 30% in various • vkey cities. In the past, he's played as well as writing everything in the show but agreed to a 1948 musical only under those terms. Norman Borrs Toh» Broadtaent Hilton Edwards Tim H.i.ffigan..,. Theatre took radio time to make clear that the film was in Epglish. "If You Knew Susie." playing the Palace at a

They grant that current I good songs are partly responsible, but they feel a fair portion is due to th'e fact that some of the record-buy- , li Sg public to some extent believes ;. Director Fred Burleigh will use sketches submitted by local authors. "Sleep, My Love" will finish its first stanza at Criterion at around $24,000. "Jassy" likewise is not doing much at $21,000 in the Winter Gar- den.

• -i The movettient really got under way last year. Because of the heightened in-' tere^t in American pop tunes of previous decades by radio, films ^nd recordings, and the increas- ingly frequent revival of old song hits in the sheet music and dislc fields (the currently super- hot "I'm Looking Over a Four- • Leaf Clover" being a case in fiointl, VAiu KTr has compiled a list of songs, still under copy- right, that have sold 1,000,000 or more sheet copies. Stock Will 6e Exhausted i Hetail record dealers' have theii'" ■• pwn theory for the reasonably sharp' j Amp in the sales of recordings since tile ^ first of the year, which have been reported as increasing any- Where from 10% to 30% in various • vkey cities. In the past, he's played as well as writing everything in the show but agreed to a 1948 musical only under those terms. Norman Borrs Toh» Broadtaent Hilton Edwards Tim H.i.ffigan..,. Theatre took radio time to make clear that the film was in Epglish. "If You Knew Susie." playing the Palace at a $1.25 top, looks to hit a very solid $36,000, best ,at this the- atre in weeks.

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They grant that current I good songs are partly responsible, but they feel a fair portion is due to th'e fact that some of the record-buy- , li Sg public to some extent believes ;. Director Fred Burleigh will use sketches submitted by local authors. "Sleep, My Love" will finish its first stanza at Criterion at around $24,000. "Jassy" likewise is not doing much at $21,000 in the Winter Gar- den. • -i The movettient really got under way last year. Because of the heightened in-' tere^t in American pop tunes of previous decades by radio, films ^nd recordings, and the increas- ingly frequent revival of old song hits in the sheet music and dislc fields (the currently super- hot "I'm Looking Over a Four- • Leaf Clover" being a case in fiointl, VAiu KTr has compiled a list of songs, still under copy- right, that have sold 1,000,000 or more sheet copies. Stock Will 6e Exhausted i Hetail record dealers' have theii'" ■• pwn theory for the reasonably sharp' j Amp in the sales of recordings since tile ^ first of the year, which have been reported as increasing any- Where from 10% to 30% in various • vkey cities. In the past, he's played as well as writing everything in the show but agreed to a 1948 musical only under those terms. Norman Borrs Toh» Broadtaent Hilton Edwards Tim H.i.ffigan..,. Theatre took radio time to make clear that the film was in Epglish. "If You Knew Susie." playing the Palace at a $1.25 top, looks to hit a very solid $36,000, best ,at this the- atre in weeks.

.25 top, looks to hit a very solid ,000, best ,at this the- atre in weeks.