Cinema: Hollywood Romance

The marriage of the movies and TV, confidently forecast by many a show-business oracle, is still to come. But last week the courtship was going swimmingly. In the role of Cupid was none other than the A.F.L.'s imperious James Caesar Petrillo, who watches over his American Federation of Musicians with all the protective zeal of an ambitious mother with a marriageable daughter. Sitting down with the representatives of Republic and Monogram studios, he quickly cleared away one obstacle that has prevented film companies from supplying television with movies made since 1946. Petrillo agreed...

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