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I Know Everybody and Everybody's Racket (1933)

Walter Winchell befriends a sassy pickpocket and then gets blamed for missing money.

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Walter Winchell befriends a sassy pickpocket and then gets blamed for missing money.

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Music by Oley Speaks
Lyrics by Clinton Scollard
Performed by Jack Fulton with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra (conducted by Harry Goldfield)
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And Everyone Knows Yours
6 May 2017 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Walter Winchell appears as himself, haunting the night spots of Broadway, getting the dope on everyone and hob-nobbing with swells and racketeers in this short. He's met Joan Castle, a tyro on the Broadway beat from a hick town, and he gets a kick out of showing off his connections.

Paul Whiteman and his orchestra offer a few songs in this one, and Ruth Etting and a few other current celebrities show their faces. It's the sort of a movie that was meant for Universal Picture's bread-and-butter market, the independent movie theater that changed its program several times a week and whose audiences would appreciate the view of sophistication -- and the cute gag at the end, aimed at the sophisticated swells.


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