Film Fun (1928 - 1942 (assorted issues))

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POSED BY JACK MULHALL. DOltOTHY MACKAILL AND BORRAH MJNNEVITCH, CHAMPION HARMONICIST. IN "LADY BE GOOD.” A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE. Jack — Is it because this little girl has been trying to make you get her a horn like this that you’re sick of the word "blonde”? Borrah — Yes, it’s become a regular buy-word. POSED BY FRANCES LEE APPEARING IN PAR AMOUNTCHRISTIE COMEDIES. POSED BY EDMUND LOWE AND MARY ASTOR IN "DRESSED TO KILL." A FOX PRODUCTION. Mary — In the first place, I’m not going to let you kiss me. Edmund— Oh, very well, then I’ll try a second place. Frances Lee tells us that nowa¬ days the girl says that she will love, honor, and oh, boy! 1‘age 6