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"The Mercury" Special Service

NEWMÍTK' Wed- - ««bert Pr«c Í tClíUT' Wh0 «elis th Press "fantastic stories," ¡¡2 Ohvia de Havilland, who wool rather not talk to them all were voted the «most ¿Z operative stars of 1950" by J

°wZdvVOmen'S Press Club Loretta loung; and Alan Ladd were voted the easiest stars. do business with.

"ï1^ women complained that Mitchum even if he lhd

nin(»P /or interviews, would tell the tallest storv he cou think of, then deny'it later

Olivia displeased because she1 never gave an interview at all

and especially because she re-' fused to comment on her lone standing feud with her sister

Joan Fontaine.

m LONDON, Wed. - Bob Hop« is Britain's favourite male star this year, and the most popular actress is Esther Williams, ac- cording to the annual Kine matograph Weekly box office

survey.

The most popular film of the year was "The Blue Lamp: Britain's film about police

methods.

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