Cinema: Shorts: Dec. 26, 1938

>In Washington, Assistant Attorney General Thurman Arnold filed a brief explaining why the eight major motion picture companies, named last July in the Government's suit charging violation of the anti-trust law, were not entitled to a bill of particulars.

In Chicago, James Roosevelt again denied that his new vice-presidency of Samuel Goldwyn, Inc. had anything to do with the Government suit. In Hollywood, President Harry M. Warner of Warner Bros., who as a patriotic gesture are already producing a series of Technicolor historical shorts, gave orders that hereafter the national anthem must...

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