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Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Feb. 11, 1941

  Feb. 11, 1941, Russia Leaves Bulgaria to Nazis  

  Feb. 11, 1941, Comics  

Feb. 11, 1941: Tom Treanor, recently returned from Europe, says: There is no place so confusing and so dismal as a grimy old European railroad station, where you're getting your legs knocked by bags and you can't find any place to sit or anything to do. Some people are driven to drink, it's so depressing.

With Los Angeles' city fathers blitzkrieging salacious stage material, Al Gordon and Walter Shumann are asking Will Hays to censor the script of their musical, "It's High Time," slated for footlighting here next month.

The Times also has a brief feature on two women at Disney studios: animator Sylvia Holland ("Dance of the Flowers") and character artist Ethel Kulsar.

  Feb. 11, 1941, Tom Treanor  

  Feb. 11, 1941, Jimmie Fidler  

  Feb. 11, 1941, Women Animators  
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