Cinema: Goldwyn's Filipinos

Cats may look at kings, but extras rarely criticize producers. Recently, however, Manila's Philippines Free Press carried a disturbing communication from one of the 1,000 members of Los Angeles' Filipino colony who have been working on Producer Samuel Goldwyn's $2,000,000 epic of the Philippine pacification, The Real Glory. "This Hollywood idea," railed Mr. Goldwyn's Filipino, "of 60 Filipino soldiers being made to cower and shrink by one Juramentado [a Moro fanatic who expects heavenly reward in proportion to the number of Christians he kills] appears to some of us to thoroughly disparage the...

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