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T ONDON.r-With the c«mple ^ tlon of 'An Ideal Hus band,' Sir Alexander Korda has set a record for a Technicolor
film in Britain. It took 66 days to make the film, which Is weeks shorter than the schedule for any previous color film. The star of 'An Ideal Husband,' Paulette Goddard, has joined husband Burgess Meredith in Dublin, where they're playing in 'Winterset' on the stage. ♦ ♦ SYDNEY Box at Gainsborough studios has five comedies in production— 'Holiday Camp,' 'Mi- randa,' 'The Calendar/ 'Easy Money,' and 'No News.' After the dearth of light, entertaining pictures, these should prove wel come. ♦ ♦ . /^FF-THE-SET Pastimes: Vivien ^ Leigh, starring in 'Anna Ka renina, spends moments off the set seated in an armchair working out crossword puzzles. In her dress ing room she'll . play anyone gin rummy and beat him. ♦ ♦ |7'EIRON Moore, starring oppo ?*-** site Vivien, lives in the River side Hotel, near the studio. Most evenings he sails on the river with his actress-fiancee, Barbara White. ♦ ?- AT Pinewood studios, where ?*'*? she's finishing 'Blanche Fury,' Valerie Hobson sits in the rock garden and watches waterlilies coming out in the pool during ofl the-set breaks. At the same studio French director Marc Allegret re laxes with* typically English pas time of dart throwing.