Cinema: Newsreel, Dec. 6, 1954

¶Twentieth Century-Fox Boss Darryl nuck announced that he will reissue Wilson (1944), in which the hero is flattened into a onedimensional, internationalist Woodrow Wilson and the villains are cardboard Republicans, especially Henry Cabot Lodge, the elder. Said Zanuck, who always liked the picture: "It was an artistic and sociological success ... but it came out at the wrong time."

¶Sheree North, a modern-day cootch dancer who made a big hit in Broadway's Hazel Flagg (TIME, Feb. 23, 1953), and who has been described as having a "ball-and-socket pelvis," learned from a federal court m...

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