Cinema: Hollywood Boss

Glamor girl Zsa Zsa Gabor picked up her telephone in Paris one night last week and put a call through to Hollywood. At the other end of the line was Roy M. Brewer, 43, staid, stolid boss of the powerful International Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees (A.F.L.), protector of Hollywood labor and militant antiCommunist. Zsa Zsa was upset. There was talk that Jules Dassin, director of her new picture, Public Enemy No. One, was not politically reliable. Should she make the picture and jeopardize her career? As usual, Roy Brewer had an answer....

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