Cinema: New Order

One-man rule on the 20th Century-Fox lot ended fortnight ago when Fox announced the acquisition of a new, independent producer—the first person to have a hand in that studio's "A" picture output since Darryl Zanuck took over in 1935. He was highflying, tight-lipped Howard Hughes, whose Texas fortune has been behind two notable cinema events, Hell's Angels (1930) and Scarface (1932).

Bringing his own team and money with him, Hughes set to work on a story about Oklahoma Bandit Billy the Kid, to be called The Outlaw, to star veteran Actor Walter Huston. No...

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