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Chicago Tribune, June 21, 1948:

LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD

by Hedda Hopper

. . . . If Alfred Hitchcock's partner, Arthur Bernstein, approves, Bob Preston will get the male lead opposite Ingrid Bergman in "Under Capricorn."

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Chicago Tribune, Thursday, June 6, 1946, p. 27, c. 2:

LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD

by Hedda Hopper

. . . . Ingrid Bergman has about as many pictures on schedule as Peck. While Howard Hughes was flying her, Cary Grant, and Alfred Hitchcock to the coast, Hitchy got her signature on a contract to do a thriller-diller, "Under Capricorn," in England.

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Chicago Tribune, Friday, June 4, 1948:

LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD

by Hedda Hopper

. . . . Ingrid Bergman doesn't start "Under Capricorn" until July 15 in London but Alfred Hitchcock will pay her for the month of June. She has a contract. Hitchcock gets here Monday to do one scene for the trailer for "Rope," then goes back to London.

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Chicago Tribune, June 12, 1948, p. 13, c. 1:

LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD

by Hedda Hopper

Burt Lancaster Speaks Up

Burt Lancaster claims that the story about his giving up acting for directing is a lot of eyewash. Says Burt: "The public has been mighty good to me. Alfred Hitchcock wants me to play oposite Ingrid Bergman in "Under Capricorn," but my partner, Harold Hecht, and myself intend to preview our last picture, "Kiss the Blood off My Hands," in 10 cities where people rarely see previews. We will mingle with the audience and get the real lowdown on what they think of the film. Later on I would like to do one film a year and spend the rest of the time in the business end of Norma Productions." . .. .

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