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Anthony Steele on the way up
T 0ND0N, Sat.: Anthony Steele's -' popularity is steadily increasing.
He won favorable notices for his work in 'The
Wooden Horse, and since he apDeared in the Royal film performance Dicture. 'Where No Vultures Fly.' his fan mall has trebled. He's now been signed for the important Dart of Inspector Dobson of the Malayan police in 'White Blood.' starring Claudette Colbert. Jack Hawkins has been chosen for the role of Miss Colbert's husband. ? * T)AVID Tomltnson plays a penniless earl who runs his castle as a guest house in the new picture, 'Castle in the Air.' Mar garet Rutherford, in an other of her eccentric roles, believes the earl to be the rightful King of Scotland. A. E. Matthews becomes one of the earl's lodgers, and Barbara Kelly is cast as a young American divorcee whose fortune eventually solves all the earl's problems. ? ? pANADIAN-BORN Lois v^ Maxwell, star of several Italian films, found picture making in England less, strenuous than in Italy, where she has worked for 17 and 18 hours a day. ? ? 'T BELIEVE in You' la x the new title of 'One Sinner.' recently com Dleted at Ealing. It tells the stor? of a wayward girl and those who help her during her probation period.
Produced by Michael Relph and directed by Basil Dearden — the team responsible for 'The Blue Lamp' — it stars Celia Johnson. Cecil Parker, and GorJfrev Tearle.