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? LONDON. — 'Bonnie Prince Charlie/' an Alexander Korda opus scheduled to go into pro duction next week, mar be nost
poned indefinitely because Korda cannot find an actress for the part of Flora McDonald. ♦ ♦ TVEBORAH Kerr, Scottish and ?*-^ red-haired, would make a per fect Flora. She was Korda's origi ginal choice, but Deborah's now a star at M.G.M. Studios, Hollywood, and lost to British films for at least five years. Negotiations started to borrow Irish redhead Kathleen Ryan from J. Arthur Rank, but fell through as she's retired to have a baby. ♦ ♦ VlflTH hundreds of aspirants for film fame in Scotland for Eng land to choose from, ICorda must be setting a high standard for an actress to play the part opposite David Niven, who is returning from Hollywood for the title role. * * OATRICIA Roc, acknowledged x possessor of the best figure in British films, is wearing offthe peg utility frocks, all costing less than £5, in ''When the Bough Breaks/' The woman producer of the film, Betty Box, is responsible for this decision in the interest of realism. 'Pat playS the part of a working girl. No working girl can afford made-to-order clothes, and thou sands of working girls who'll see the film realise this,' said Miss Box. ♦ ♦ ALTHOUGH cheap, the clothes '? are the latest styles, including a candy-striped cotton evening dress of ballerina style, and several frilly United States type house frocks which fans will want to copy. .