RT Motion Picture DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 423304663 LA English T1 20th Century Fox. A1 Fidler, Jimmy,, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation., PB 20th Century Fox PP United States YR 1936 AB Tour, conducted by Jimmy Fidler, includes views of both studio lots (Western Ave. and Beverly Hills), producers' and writers' buildings, stages, and personnel. Personnel briefly pictured include: [Frances Richardson?], head of the Research Library; [Hector Dodds?], head of Film Editorial, and ace cutter [Ali McNeil?]; studio wardrobe heads Arthur M. Levy, Gwen Wakeling, and Royer; Ernie Westmore, head of the Makeup Dept., and his assistant, [Dennis Phillips?]; Roger Heman, [Edward Hansen?], and [Ralph Townsend?] from Sound Engineering; Camera, [Bud Fisher?] in charge, [Grover Loffey?], Head of Camera Repair; Ralph Hammeras, in charge of the Miniatures and Process Dept.; William Darling, art director; Fred Sersen's scenic art crew; [Tom Young?], Chief of Police; [Eugene Enos?], Fire Chief; [Robert Banks?], Studio Manager; [William Dover?], Personnel Manager; Tom Little, head of Property Dept.; [Walter Strong?], Chief Engineer; [D.L. McFadden?] and [Joseph Barlow?] of the Construction Dept.; [John Clark?] and [Joseph Laskowitz?]; Darryl F. Zanuck, Vice President in Charge of Production; William Goetz, executive assistant; Sol Wurtzel, executive producer; John Stone and Max Golden, associate producers; associate producers Raymond Griffith, Kenneth Macgowan, and Bogart Rogers; associate producer Nunnally Johnson; associate producers Buddy DeSylva and Adolphe Menjou; associate producer Gene Markey and writer William Conselman; director E.H. Griffith with Charlie Kenyon preparing the script; [Ed Everly?], production manager with Fred [Metzvah?], Studio Treasurer; Music Building under the direction of [James O'Keefe?], Louis Silvers and Samuel Kaylin; Darryl F. Zanuck and William Goetz with Irving Berlin; Watts and Arthur Caesar sing and play Soft starlight; Lew Pollack and Jack Yellen to accompaniment of Tony Martin off screen singing My lover will come to me; Ted Koehler and Jimmy McHugh working on the music for Shirley Temple's next picture, Bowery princess, i.e., Dimples; Jason S. Jort, Public Relations, and Julian Johnson, head of the Scenario Dept.; Gene Fowler, Bess Meredyth and Allen Rivkin, screenwriters; Sam Engel, Howard Ellis Smith and Milton Sperling, screenwriters; Sonya Levien, screenwriter, and Mark Kelly, sports authority; Drew Moore, story editor, and Helen Morgan and Robert Ellis, screenwriters; Sam Hellman and Gladys Lehman, screenwriters; Saul Elkins and Lou Breslow, screenwriters; Edward T. Lowe and Lamar Trotti, screenwriters; Franklyn Underwood and T.B. Costain, Eastern scenario and play editors; Shirley Temple with her mother Mrs. George Temple; Loretta Young and Robert Taylor; Victor McLaglen, the "2-fisted he-man," who puts a pansy in his buttonhole; Alice Faye; Ted Healy; Patsy Kelly; Gregory Ratoff; Rochelle Hudson; Janet Gaynor, mentioning Ladies in love; dancing girls trying out for Sing, baby, sing, along with casting director Lou Schreiber and dance director Jack Haskell; Astrid Allwyn working on Dynamo; Claire Trevor working on To marry with love; Howard Hawks, Fredric March, and June Lang, working on Road to glory; James Ryan, casting director, Arthur Treacher, and Arthur Collins, director, for the Jeeves series; Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy, [Jan Hunter?], and director John Cromwell, working on To marry with love; director Otto Brower and film cutter [Bobby McLain?], working on Sins of man; director David Butler, actors Michael Whalen, Slim Summerville, Jean Muir and Lightning (dog) working on White fang; director George Marshall and actors Robert Kent, Taylor Holmes, Sara Haden, Gloria Stuart, and Edward Bromberg, working on The crime of Dr. Forbes; Irvin S. Cobb and Jane Withers with director Eugene Forde working on Pepper; Herbert Marshall, Ruth Chatterton, Simone Simone, Constance Collier, and director Irving Cummings, working on Girls' dormitory; Shirley Temple, Frank Morgan and director Bill Seiter working on Bowery princess, i.e., Dimples; Henry King and staff looking over carriages to be used in Ramona.