The Goldwyn Follies (1938)|
The film opens with a cascade of magazines with Adolph Menjou on the cover of Esquire, The Ritz Brothers on the cover of Film Fun, Vera Zorina on the cover of ballet, Kenny Baker on the cover of Screen & Radio Weekly, Andrea Leeds on the cover of Photoplay, and Edger Bergen and Charlie McCarthy on the cover of The National Woodmens Weekly, incorrectly headed "established 1843, New York".
Founded in Omaha, Nebraska, by Joseph Cullen Root on 6 June 1890, today the Woodmen is one of the largest fraternal benefit societies with more than 810,000 members who belong to more than 2,000 lodges across the United States and conduct volunteer projects that benefit individuals, families and communities. See woodmen.org
The Goldwyn Follies (1938). Directed by George Marshall, written by Ray Golden (comedy sequences), Ben Hecht. Adolphe Menjou, Al Ritz, Harry Ritz, Jimmy Ritz, Vera Zorina, Kenny Baker, Andrea Leeds, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Helen Jepson, Phil Baker, Bobby Clark, Ella Logan, Jerome Cowan, Nydia Westman. 120 min. USA, English. Technicolor, Mono.