Cinema: Nicky's Nick

In pursuing his and Hollywood's newfound enthusiasm for history, bouncing little Producer Darryl Zanuck of Twentieth Century-Fox has landed on some sensitive toes: descendants of Canal Builder Ferdinand de Lesseps (whose wives and children were not accounted for in Suez), Jesse James, admirers of Alexander Graham Bell. Last month cinemaddicts who saw Producer Zanuck's Rose of Washington Square, in which Alice Faye redeems her swindler husband, Tyrone Power, by singing My Man from a Ziegfeld stage, wondered whether his foot had not slipped again (TIME, May 15). For My Man was introduced in...

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