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It Pays to Be Funny (1947)

 -  Comedy  -  15 October 1947 (USA)
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A compilation of four short comedies produced in the 1930's by Al Christie for Educational Pictures Inc., and re-edited into feature film format: Going Spanish (1934), Poppin' the Cork (... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
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Bob (edited from: Going Spanish) (archive footage)
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(edited from: Poppin' the Cork) (archive footage)
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(edited from: Off the Horses) (archive footage)
Willie Howard ...
Pierre (archive footage)
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Godoy's Argentine Band ...
Musical Ensemble (edited from: Going Spanish) (archive footage)
Mary Cole ...
(edited from: Poppin' the Cork) (archive footage)
Aileen Cook
Vicki Cummings ...
Bob's Girl (edited from: Going Spanish) (archive footage)
William Edmunds ...
Gaucho (edited from: Going Spanish) (archive footage)
Jules Epailly ...
Mayor (edited from: Going Spanish) (archive footage)
Frances Halliday ...
Mother (edited from: Going Spanish) (archive footage)
Henry King ...
Orchestra Leader (edited from: Poppin' the Cork) (archive footage)
Gertrude Mudge ...
(edited from: Poppin' the Cork) (archive footage)
Leah Ray ...
Senorita (edited from: Going Spanish) (archive footage)
Mildred Schroeder ...
Mrs. Twitt (edited from: Off the Horses) (archive footage)
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A compilation of four short comedies produced in the 1930's by Al Christie for Educational Pictures Inc., and re-edited into feature film format: Going Spanish (1934), Poppin' the Cork (1933), Off the Horses (1937), and Affairs of Pierre (1937). Written by Anonymous

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