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March 10, 1941: Lee Shippey notes the passing of the Lyceum Theater, formerly the Los Angeles, built in 1888.
Tom Treanor has the story of four visiting opera singers who are so engaged in their discussion of that night’s performance of “Rigoletto” that they don’t notice … but why spoil Treanor’s story?
Jimmie Fidler says SHE'S SLIPPING WHEN: Her producer hints that small parts can be more important than leads ... Nightclub photographers give her a cordial "hello" but save their film ... She begins scoffing at the "artificial pretense" of Hollywood and moves to a smaller house …