Cinema: Hollywood & War

The amusement capital of the nation is chronically bored. There are too many entertainers in Hollywood who want to be entertained on their nights off, too few gilded saloons to entertain them. Hollywood gets tired of making the round of its half-dozen bars, listening to its own prolific gossip. Recently Hollywood found an exciting new interest—the war. Before the invasion of France most Hollywooders began (and ended) their reading of the press with the movie columns. Now they are beginning to bend an ear toward Roosevelt, Churchill and Reynaud with as much respect...

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