NEW FILM ARRANGED FOR MARILYN MILLER
According to latest advices from Hollywood, Marilyn Miller’s next picture is now scheduled to enter production on February 15, The title and authorship of the next Miller vehicle have not yet been announced. This film will be her fourth for First National, the others having been “Sally,” “Sunny,” and “Her Majesty, Love.” The last-named picture has recently been released.
NEW YORK TRIP OFF
Loretta young hopes to make that trip to New York which has been twice postponed, and in the meantime she is snatching a two weeks’ vacation in San Francisco before beginning her next picture for Warner Bros. “Eight to Five” in which she will be co-featured with Winnie Lightner.
FORMER WIFE OF TOM MIX WED
Tuxedo Clerk Reveals License Issued To Star’s Ex-Mate, Divorced On Coast.
Mabel Victoria Hannaford, former wife of Tom Mix, and Manuel A De Olazabal were married her today. They obtained a marriage license from the City Clerk James Cronin of Tuxedo January 9, Cronin told the Associated Press today.
MARIAN MARSH STAR OF STATE THEATER DRAMA
Marian Marsh now at the State theater in her first starring vehicle, “Under Eighteen” was taken less than a year ago to the Warner studios for a test by her older sister, Jeanne Fenwick, an actress of stage and screen. Miss Fenwick was on location at the time of the world premiere of “Under Eighteen,” but sent a telegram congratulating the youngest of the family on her swift flight to stardom. Miss Marsh’s brothers, Edward and George Morgan, are also in the talkies.
POLA IN RELAPSE, MISSES EINSTEIN DATE
Palm Springs, Jan.12
Pola Negri, film actress, suffered a slight relapse yesterday in her recuperation from a recent operation, but her condition was said not to be serious. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Einstein were forced to postpone a luncheon engagement with Miss Negri.
Greta Garbo’s “Mata Hari” has been released in New York and while it is not being hailed as her major effort, the critics seem agreed that it will satisfy her clientele. Ramon Novarro is the hero but Lionel Barrymore and Lewis Stone have fat roles.
Film Daily carries a story that feature production for this season is at the fifteen-year low ebb. The major companies plan 375 productions and the independents 175, a total of 550 as against an average of 747. Last year 687 were produced.
It’s not as bad as it sounds, however, for fewer pictures mean better pictures and that was the howling need in 1931.