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GUSSIP FROM FILMLAND. Items of Interest from the Film Centres. Katharine Hepburn has changed her'looks by acquiring a very mascu line looking hair-cut. The Los Angeles county tax assess or says that Charles. Chaplin is still the richest man in movies with per sonal and real property to the value of 2,6(12,400 dollars. Mary Pick ford is next with 1,4l5,740. • All others fall below the :100,000 dollars mark. During the lilmning of "Mutiny on the 'Bounty,'" a barge being used by the company on location suddenly sank, drowning a camera-man "and causing the loss of i45,000 dollars' worth of equipment. Duster Keaton has been divorced by his second wife, Mae Elizabeth Keaton, who named a wealthy Los Angeles matron in a loss of affection ruit amounting to 200,000 dollars. Ronald Colman has signed a new contract with United Artists, making him the highest-paid male star on the screen. He will get 150,000 dollars a picture and a share of the profits. Hollywood has great admiration for the courage and tenacity of hfax Sennett, who started life as a laborer, became one of the most fa mous and richest of Htollywood's producers, and is now back at the foot of the ladder trying once more to make the climb to success. Sen nett lost his millions in various un successful stock and real estate in vestments. Then he tried to make a success of producing pictures in Europe, but' failed dismally. Now lie is back in Hollywood, directing two-reel comedies, just like he did so many years ago. Marlene Dietrich is famous all over Hollywood for her wonderful coloring, and for this reason the tests she had had more for natural color films are reported to be breath-tak ingly beautiful. We can all look forward, then, to a Marlene Dietrich far more lovelier than ever. Roller-skating is all the rage with the younger generation of film stars. One of thq most remarkable fea tures of Hollywood is the frequency with which divorced couples are seen together in public. It would almost seemo that Hollywood couples get on better divorced. Ramon Novarro will appear on the London stage in a musical comedy. after which he plans to return to his Hollywood residence. He says he has no intention of permanently giv ing up his film career. These interesting paragraphs come from "The New Idea," the threepenny weekly paper for Austra lian and New Zealand wonmen.