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Katia (1938) was a Drama Film directed by Maurice Tourneur and produced by Bernard Natan.

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In the days before the world premiere of this film, the theater had the film titled "His Majesty's Mistress" on the marquee, but when the censors saw the risqué title on the boulevard, they requested the studio change the name to something less scandalous. The studio changed the title to "Katia".
Had it's "gala" world premiere at the "Admiral" theater in Hollywood on 16 May 1938. Today, the theater is called "Lowe's Holly" but alas, it was last used as a religious book store. It is located at 6523 Hollywood Boulevard and originally opened on 31 July 1931. It was designed by S. Charles Lee and had 303 seats. The second feature that played with this one was "Our Fighting Navy", originally called "Torpedoed".
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