Film Fun (1928 - 1942 (assorted issues))

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POSED BY MARION SIX ON AND CHARLES ROGERS IN CREAM >F THE EARTH." A universal picture POSED BY SAM HARDY AND CHESTER CONKLIN IN "THE BIG NOISE." A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE. Chester — How about you and your wife comi n g over for bridge tomor¬ row night? Sam — Well, 1 won’t promise. You know how uncertain mar¬ ried life is. Marion — You poor dear. You’ve had your ups and downs, haven’t you? Buddy — Yes, I’ve had aisle seats three times at the movies re¬ cently. POSED BY JANE WINTON AND MILTON SILLS IN "BURNINO DAYLIGHT," A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE. Jane — I need some money , hubby. Milton — I’ll give you a hun¬ dred dollars. Jane — All right, but when can l have the rest? Page 3