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Gregory La Cava
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William A. Wellman
There is a Grosset and Dunlap book out on this presumably lost
Paramount film with six plates which I recently rediscovered in
preparation for a garage sale. The frontispiece shows close-up of Fay
Wray and a young Gary Cooper. Unfortunately, the nice copy is without
its original dust jacket. This book has a 1928 copyright on it and
probably was intended to be a promotional title for the marketing of
this film which came out while the Wings film was still circulating.
Whether this film is truly a lost film, I don't know, but if it is this
book with its plates will help to add to the history of this secondary
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