hooley: I remember [Reagan] telling a story on the flight—not a true story, he didn't mean for us to think it was true.
hooley (Reagan): We had a public event at the airport when we landed.
It was almost noon before Mr. hooley dared tell the camera men to “shoot the scene.”
Ruth marveled at the types Mr. hooley had found in the village.
Patiently, over and over again, Mr. hooley had the principal characters try the scene.
Mr. hooley was using old John on this day in a character part.
"This stunt business," as Director hooley called the taking of such pictures as this, is always admittedly a gamble.
“The Boss is rather sore on the whole business,” hooley said to Ruth.
The continuity was being studied by Mr. hooley, the director; and the principals had been furnished with their detail.
I so informed Sanger, suggesting that he book us for four weeks at hooley's.