Cinema: Hear! Hear!

Hear! Hear!

Moviegoers knew it. Hollywood knew it. Louis B. Mayer finally said it. Warning his moviemakers to find fresh replacements for the male actors who are fast being taken by the Army & Navy. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's head man admitted: "Audiences are tired of some of our old faces. They've been looking at them too long. . . ."

The New Pictures

The Gay Sisters (Warner) are a very unhappy trio of prospective million-heiresses: Barbara Stanwyck, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Nancy Coleman. Their mother went down with the Lusitania. Their father died on a World War I...

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