People, Jan. 13, 1936

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Off to England sailed Author Herbert George Wells after five lively weeks in Hollywood. Last November wise Author Wells assured himself a warm reception in Hollywood by hailing the cinema as "a finer art than the novel, finer than the stage, finer far than the opera." He stayed with Charlie Chaplin, earnestly studied production methods, wrote abbreviated scenarios which he calls "treatments." Having declared himself "immune to blondes," he was taken in hand by two riotous brunettes, Writer Anita Loos (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes)...

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