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  4. His Academy Award contained a pot of gold

    NEW YORK—Hollywood's favourite jinx hasn't been the same since William Holden won his Oscar. The old story, probably started by actors who never owned one, put Oscar-winning in roughly the same category as winning a game of musical chairs in ...

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  5. At the show

    STARS turned out for the Hollywood Motor Show to give the fans a treat—and to pick themselves a 1954 model straight off the production line. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 115 words
  6. They can laugh in the Army

    "RELUCTANT HEROES" which opens of His Masjesty's Theatre next Saturday night, is on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 157 words
  7. Quick on the draw

    WILLIAM Holden, the 21-year-old farm boy who turned amateur actor in 1939, and graduated to Hollywood Westerns, is the second-fastest sun-draw in the film city. ...

    Article : 92 words
  8. Putting the real West into westerns in '54

    HOLLYWOOD—George Montgomery, once considered a conservative movie cowboy, wants to revolutionise the Hollywood western. "I intend even to go so ...

    Article : 183 words
  9. Cameras can't "see" Dan Dailey

    HOLLYWOOD.—The most postponed actor in Hollywood now is Dan Dailey, who hasn't acted in a picture since early last year. ...

    Article : 128 words
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  11. Lively pattern in variety show

    This week's Theatre Royal production "Strips of 1954," is better than last week's show. ...

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