This issue discusses the first version of Maytime which was scrapped when producer Irving Thalberg died in September 1936. Its story is very similar to another Sigmund Romberg operetta that was filmed in 1930; Viennese Nights. That film starred Walter Pidgeon, was made at Warner Bros. and was released in two-strip Technicolor. But it wasn’t a huge hit and that might be one of the reasons that Mayer demanded the second Maytime‘s script be re-written. Also in this issue, Jeanette’s 1946 UK tour, Fredda Dudley Balling’s 1946 article about Nelson (she helped Jeanette later with her autobiography); Nelson concert diary continued and an interview with Tod Jonson, close friend of May Mann, who produced her TV show and knew from May many details of the Jeanette-Nelson affair.