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Life in mid-century America is humorously compared to life at the turn of the century. Subject covered are keeping accurate time, proposing marriage, waking up in the morning, and going to the movies.

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(as David Barclay)

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Pete Smith ...
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Life in mid-century America is humorously compared to life at the turn of the century. Subject covered are keeping accurate time, proposing marriage, waking up in the morning, and going to the movies.

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Comedy | Short

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16 April 1949 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Narrator: In the good old days a watch was often called a turnip, probably because you couldn't get blood out of one or the time out of the other or vice-versa.
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