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Lost in a Turkish Bath (1953)

Approved | | Short, Comedy | 30 January 1953 (USA)
Slim Harris is proud of his new job as a canary salesman, and visits his fiancée, Peggy, at her office. While there , one of the birds flies into the office of a lawyer, A. J. Corbett, ... See full summary »

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Gil Lamb ...
Slim Harris
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Peggy Peyton
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Henrietta Robin
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A.J. Corbett
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Bertram Fairweather, Bathhouse Owner
Bob Jellison ...
Joe, Bathhouse Attendant (as Robert Jellison)
Carol Brewster ...
Bathhouse Exercise Instructor
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Slim Harris is proud of his new job as a canary salesman, and visits his fiancée, Peggy, at her office. While there , one of the birds flies into the office of a lawyer, A. J. Corbett, across the hall and, while attempting to catch the bird, Corbett hies Slim as a process server. His first assignment is to serve papers on Bertram Fairweather, owner of a Turkish-bath. Fairweather does not wish to be served, so there is a chase all around the salon. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Short | Comedy

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