|Santa Ana Register, January 21, 1936.|
The 1928 broadcast would have been the Dodge Bros. Radio Hour.
I wonder if any of those records are still around?
|Variety, Jan. 22nd, 1936|
The Rivoli opening was postponed until Feb. 5th., the London opening, Feb. 11th.
A sneak preview was also held in Glendale.
|Oakland Tribune, Jan. 23rd, 1936|
|Detroit Free Press, January 23, 1936.|
This one was new to me. Not sure how true it is.
This one is slightly out of order but I wanted save it for last. It's an interesting little interview with Douglas Fairbanks and Chaplin.
|Delaware Co. Daily Times, Jan. 22, 1936|
Fairbanks' film about Marco Polo was never made.
He eventually sold the rights to Sam Goldwyn who made a version of it in 1938 with Gary Cooper in the lead.
Coming up tomorrow: Charlie and Paulette attend a ballet opening.