Cinema: Newsreel, Dec. 5, 1955

¶ Asked at a Manhattan luncheon why he had changed the music in the movie version of the Broadway musicomedy Guys and Dolls, Producer Sam Goldwyn explained: "I put in three new songs to make the show better, and, to prove my point, two of the songs are already No. 1 on the Hit Parade."

¶ Prosperity-in-Hollywood note: as a result of increased TV film production, the Screen Actors' Guild has had the greatest rise in membership in its history: from 8,370 in 1954 to 9,832 this year, an increase of almost 20%. ¶ While the Roman Catholic bishops of the U.S....

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