Film Fun (1928 - 1942 (assorted issues))

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— “ m r nni IN FIB ST NATIONAL PICTURES. Alice White knows that gir, with long skirts haven’t got show. POSED BY EDDIE CLAYTON, ALICE WHITE. SALLY O’NEILL AND DONALD BLED IN "MAD HOUR.” A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE. Donald — Hey, Eddie, why don’t you like Alice? Eddie — Aw, she talcs too much. POSED BY RAYMOND HATTON AND WALLACE BEERY IN "PARTNERS IN CRIME," A PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION. Wallace — Halt! Who goes there ? Raymond — ’Tis me, a druggist. Wallace — Advance and give the counter sign. Page 7