Cinema: Shorts: Dec. 19, 1938

Deals. In London, Douglas Fairbanks Sr. announced the formation of Fairbanks International, with $2,500,000 from American, English and Swiss backers. The new company plans three pictures, to be released by United Artists in 1939: The Californian, which Raoul Walsh may direct; The Tenth Woman, hero Lord Byron, in Technicolor; a remake of The Three Musketeers, also in Technicolor. In Manhattan, Twentieth Century-Fox announced that it had taken over all U. S. distribution for London's Gaumont-British, which will shortly close its U. S. offices.

Scandal. In Bernarr Macfadden's Photoplay appeared an article called Hollywood's...

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