CINEMA: In Hollywood

¶ Epicmaker Cecil B. DeMille was reportedly considering William (Hopalong Cassidy) Boyd for the role of Moses in his forthcoming remake of The Ten Commandments. Cracked one columnist: "They went thataway, across the Red Sea."

¶ The colossal movie "premiere" of the week was Sam Goldwyn's The Best Years of Our Lives, Academy Award winner of 1946. Goldwyn announced that he will reissue his old movie in January for wide-screen exhibition.

¶ Restaurateur Mike Romanoff shrugged off rumors that his gold-plated hash house was folding up, by informing Cinemactor Humphrey Bogart that...

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