Theatre: Bored Tone

All kinds of people give Hollywood the air, but seldom cinemactors. Once in a while a Frances Farmer or Sylvia Sidney has sneaked away to Broadway, without shutting the studio door behind her. But last week Cinemactor Franchot Tone (Three Comrades, They Gave Him a Gun) loudly announced that he was through with "the long hours, the boredom and all the rest" of Hollywood, was going back to Broadway.


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