Here Comes the Navy (Warner Bros.) (1934)

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JAMES CAGNEY PAT Those two scrapping gobs, fighting their private battle with the whole U.S. FLEET! Never so timely, never so thrilling as NOW! Story by Ben Markson © Screen Play by Ben Markson and Earl Baldwin Mat 301—6% inches x 3 columns (261 lines)—45c JAMES CAGNEY PAT and the U.S. FLEET! with GLORIA STUART FRANK McHUGH with Directed by LLOYD BACON A WARNER BROS.-First Nat'l Picture “\ GLORIA Story by Ben Markson + Screen Play by Ben Markson & Earl Baldwin STUART “= Directed by LLOYD BACON ay r A WARNER BROS..-First National Pi fur: Mat 206—3!2 inches x 2 columns (100 lines)—30c Bish nye fb lagdiicinns HEL Mees uaineeh aaa alii Mat 108 4% inches (59 lines)—15c Country of origin U. S. A. Copyright 1940 Vitagraph, Ine. All rights reserved. Copyright is waived to magazines and newspapers.