May 2006
Daily Variety;5/2/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 21, p12
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The article summarizes entertainment-related news items presented in the May 2, 1955 issue of Daily Variety Gotham. James Dean has said that he is tired of mumbling roles while he was working on "Rebel Without a Cause," which was directed by Nick Ray. Peggy Lee has been asked by Walt Disney to read some of her poetry in Disney kiddie shows. Gossip columnist Ilka Chase has warned actor Jack Palance about other columnists' getting a scoop on his divorce story.


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