Cinema: Producers' Tsar

Job of cinema producers is to produce cinemas. How to do so and at the same time deal with Hollywood's screen writers, actors and technicians, whose organizational activities in the course of the last month have reached a record peak, has lately been cinema producers' most pressing problem. Last week in Hollywood they found a solution: to represent them as labor arbitrator, the eight major companies included in the Producers Association (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount, Warner Bros., Twentieth Century-Fox, RKO, United Artists, Universal and Columbia) elected Benjamin Bertram Kahane, for the last year right-hand...

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