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Not unco-operative', says Shirley

Hollywood.— Rita Hay worth 1, Shirley Temple 2, were Hollywood press women's placing; on their Irst of 'most unco-operative stars.' They didn't1 hear from Rita — who was too busy with her Prince Aly Khan — but they heard promptly

from Shirley.

The news shocked Shirley into making her own investi gation of what was turning everybody's baby star into a mystery glamor girl. Then she sped to the presswomen's club meeting to explain. 'A number of people have been repeatedly told by my studio that I was 'unavail able',' she said. 'I was amazed; nobody ever asked me.' Shirley said she found people she had never met 'thought I was an awful stinker.' A maga zine editor told everyone he hated her. She called him next day. He told her he'd been trying to get a story on her since 1945. This was the first time Shirley had known of it. Little Miss Temple is under contract to David O. Selznick. Other present or past Selznick stars voted 'unco-operative' were Ingrid Bergman, Joan Fontaine, and Jennifer Jones. After Joan Fontaine left Selz nick, she won the presswomen's award for being co-operative. ALEXIS Smith who looks ?**? beautiful, but not very bright on screen, has a ready wit off-screen. On her way home to Hollywood from British Columbia's peach festi val she stumbled boarding the plane and fell fiat. Farewelling fans were impressed when Alexis picked herself up, smiled, and yelled, 'Always leave 'em laughing, that's me.' A FTER five months of mar ?r*- riage, starlet Martha Vickers has separated from A. C. Lyles.

HOLLYWOOD'S BEEN BUSY taking polls on its most popular stars, and tBose who are 'box office poison.' Exhibitors voted Bing Crosby the most popular, included Clark Gable (above, left) and Loretta -Young (below, left) among the 10 biggest box office draws. John Hodiak (above right) and Sylvia Sydney (below, right) were named among the 'poison' players. But so was Joan Crawford a few years ago. And then she went on to win an Academy award, and more popularity than sbr'd bad in vearc.

HOLLYWOOD'S BEEN BUSY taking polls on its most popular stars, and tBose who are 'box office poison.' Exhibitors voted Bing Crosby the most popular, included Clark Gable (above, left) and Loretta -Young (below, left) among the 10 biggest box office draws. John Hodiak (above right) and Sylvia Sydney (below, right) were named among the 'poison' players. But so was Joan Crawford a few years ago. And then she went on to win an Academy award, and more popularity than sbr'd bad in vearc.

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