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Screen Snapshots Series 33, No. 10: Hollywood Grows Up (1954)

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The growing up mentioned in the title of this Screen Snapshots refers to former child-star Larry Simms, the Alexander "Baby Dumpling" Bumstead of the "Blondie" Films, who was grown up and ... See full summary »

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The growing up mentioned in the title of this Screen Snapshots refers to former child-star Larry Simms, the Alexander "Baby Dumpling" Bumstead of the "Blondie" Films, who was grown up and in the U. S. Navy. He helps narrate scenes of stars, Abbott and Costello, Burns and Allen, and Rita Hayworth, entertaining servicemen Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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15 July 1954 (USA)  »

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Screen Snapshots No. 225  »

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