A play about Samuel Goldwyn, one of the most powerful producers during Hollywood's "Golden Age", is tipped for a West End transfer next spring. Mr Goldwyn finished a three-month Off-Broadway run on 9 June 2002 and is due to tour the US this autumn. Set in 1952 in Goldwyn's Los Angeles office, the two-hander - in which a secretary occasionally interrupts her verbose boss - recounts the story of the Polish-born filmmaker's rise from poverty to fame and fortune as the man behind films such as Guys and Dolls and Wuthering Heights. Alan King, the American comedian who originated the title role in the US, is due to accompany the Gene Saks-directed production to London.