Eyewitness accounts from those who saw Rose Marie when it was first released in 1935! Plus, a fresh look at the life of Nelson and Jeanette’s best Hollywood friend, their director Woody Van Dyke. Features include an article in which he explains how he worked as a director, why he allowed ad-libbing, etc. Plus a long-lost journal he wrote for his-then girlfriend while filming his classic White Shadows in the South Seas (1928) on location in Tahiti. His personal letters provides tremendous insight into his character, his drinking, his spirituality and his later understanding of the Nelson-Jeanette romantic crises. After reading this issue, you will have a much better understanding of what Woody Van Dyke brought to the table as a trusted friend of Nelson and Jeanette! Also, Nelson’s 1949 concert diary, part 3.