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Picture People No. 4: Stars Day Off (1941)

Jack Hamory is the skating instructor!

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The fourth in RKO's Picture People series utilizes players then-currently working in some RKO film and/or their spouses. Young Joan Carroll, tries ice-skating and works hard at mastering figure-eights under the tutelage of skating-instructor Jack Marmory. Then Shirley Ross and Frances Langford head out to sea with Felix Mills and Jon Hall and, while Mills handles the tiller and Ross is cooking' in the galley, Langford and Hall explore the boat and check out what a real seaworthy craft needs in equipment. Back on shore, Joan Woodbury, Henry Wilcoxin, Marian Marsh and Edward Norris spend their day-off racing model boats. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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6 December 1941 (USA)  »

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Only those with then-current ties to RKO get this day off.

The fourth in RKO's Picture People series utilizes players then-currently working in some RKO film and/or their spouses. Young Joan Carroll, tries ice-skating and works hard at mastering figure-eights under the tutelege of skating-instructor Jack Marmory.

Then Shirley Ross and Frances Langford head out to sea with Felix Mills and Jon Hall and, while Mills handles the tiller and Ross is cookin' in the galley, Langford and Hall explore the boat and check out what a real seaworthy craft needs in equipment.

Back on shore, Joan Woodbury, Henry Wilcoxin, Marian March and Edward Norris spend their day-off racing model boats.


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