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Modern screen, September, 1949.

Publisher: New York : Dell Pub. Co., 1949.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: Richard Widmark; Margaret O'Brien; Doris Day; Dan Dailey; Susan Hayward; Judy Garland; Maureen O'Hara; Roy Rogers; Harry James; Betty Grable; Glenn Ford; William Holden; Brenda Marshall; Betsy Drake; Cary Grant; John Lund; Guy Madison; Gail Russell
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 244248771
Description: 110 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Contents: Was Margaret O'Brien to blame? / by Florabel Muir --
My heart deceived me / by Doris Day --
Why Dan Dailey's marriage failed / by Hedda Hopper --
Am I cheating my children? / by Susan Hayward --
How phony can you get (Richard Widmark) / by Carl Schroeder --
Judy's all right! (Judy Garland) / by George Scullin --
Pride of the Irish (Maureen O'Hara) / by Viola Moore --
Why stars turn to prayer (Stanwyck, Crosby, Williams) / by Louis Pollock --
Westward, whoa! (Roy Rogers) / by Reba and Bonnie Churchill --
I'm still wild about Harry / by Betty Grable --
Hollywood's romantic hideouts (Granger, Powell, Jourdan) --
Don't tell my girl / by Glenn Ford --
One-man Marshall Plan (Bill Holden) / by Ida Zeitlin --
Let's not talk about love (Betsy Drake-Cary Grant) / by Mary McSkimming --
Are odds against teen-age brides? / by Ted Wilson --
He's the boss (John Lund) / by Marie Lund --
Wife in fame only (Guy Madison-Gail Russell) / by Gail Russell --
Features. The inside story ; Louella Parsons' good news ; Editorial: Don't let lies hurt you (Temple, Grable, O'Hara) ; Picture of the month: Red, hot and blue --
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