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Feb. 28, 1939, Hedda Hopper  

Feb. 28, 1938: Hedda Hopper writes, "I chatted, for the first time, with Franchot Tone. A fine, intelligent actor. His crooked smile always annoyed me, and suddenly I knew it was to cover up an inferiority complex. I'd like to see him do Adolphe Menjou parts." And Bill Fields wishes her good luck! 

 
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