People: People, Sep. 9, 1946

Shock Troupe

Gloria Swanson, svelte survivor of the silent screen and five marriages, survived a New York City taxicab crash that bowled one of the cabs over. Injuries to Siren Swanson: an egg on the brow, a skewgee décor.

Maurice (Hamlet) Evans, resting at Tupper Lake, N.Y. from soliloquies, suffered a little outrageous fortune at his summer home—he stumbled off the porch in the dark and cracked two ribs.

Father finally shocked Boston. The censor decided that the fuming head of the family in Life with Father must no longer cry, "Oh, God!"—though one Father or...

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