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Won4er-boy Welles for Britain

i London. — Wonder-boy Orson Welles is due in England this month «f or another week's work on Carol Reed's 'The Third Man.' He's reported to have ?- ? been makina plans in Paris

for- a fiini VtfELLES worked on location . for 'Third Man' in Vienna, will do 'Viennese' in terior sequences at Shepperton studios, London. While other British directors are trying to shoot pictures in six weeks 'or less, Reed says he will take at least six months to finish his film. This isn't the way to eut production costs, but it Is a way of making top notch films. Heed 'proved this with his last two. *Odd Man Out' and 'The Fallen Idol.' + * * IN dark-green tweed top coat and a cloche hat of Royal Stewart tartan, Ann Todd appeared at the London press screening of 'The Paradine Case.' She made it to Holly wood two yean ago, says she's nearly forgotten what it was about. Ann hopes . to finish 'Madeleine' In time to start in June on Noel Coward's 'Aston- ished Heart.' * ? * MICHAEL Denteon and wife Dulcie Gray have returned from holidaying in Switzerland. He'll piny a flying officer in A Wartime Story™ and, after only one picture, 'My Brother Jonathans is ranked sixth In llw list of 10 top Britten box office Nt«r«. Hollywood'* Ann Sheridan, who oollaoned tm the mi of 'I Wai A Mate War Bride' l« iUUU- milky to do much min ing. 0he'« bock *t work at Bfoppirton, but only for a half darat a Urn* In modrt gcwni toy ftahvte urid ii mink iaofcrt, Margaret UMkwimd In pMtp $ dofim'* wet*t*rf In 'Hvintm of ii# Ktwrl ?- Jwlkf #lnl