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Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Laugh Parade (1953)

Approved | | Comedy, Short | 22 October 1953 (USA)
A typical 1950's Screen Snapshot short (Columbia production number 6852) in which some current Columbia contract player drops by Ralph Staub's projection room and watches footage, usually ... See full summary »

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A typical 1950's Screen Snapshot short (Columbia production number 6852) in which some current Columbia contract player drops by Ralph Staub's projection room and watches footage, usually taken from earlier Screen Snapshots. Donna Reed visits Staub in this entry and he shows her some footage from Screen Snapshots number 7 of series 21, mid-40's vintage featuring James Stewart. Janet Blair sings a song, via stock footage from "Something For the Boys", while serviceman Jimmy Stewart is in a filmed-radio skit with Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, in which he defends dummy McCarthy in a court martial. Charlie provides no help in his own defense. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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