People, Dec. 1, 1952

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

Hollywood's home-grown characters got notice that they could expect some first-rate competition from abroad. Dame Edith Sitwell, 65, poet-historian-lecturer sister of Sir Osbert and Sacheverell Sitwell, held an audience for reporters in London and announced that she was off to California to write the screen play of her book Fanfare For Elizabeth (about Anne Boleyn and young Elizabeth). Said she: "My first scene will be most appallingly morbid. It almost frightens me. The story opens in London. Murder hovers around, and there will be...

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