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Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 11 (1930)

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Eddie Lambert leads the tour; Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Joan Crawford return from their honeymoon trip; Carl Laemmle, Jr. welcomes Paul Whiteman to Hollywood; Edward Everett shows off his ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Eddie Lambert ...
Himself, Tour Guide
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Carl Laemmle Jr. ...
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Paul Whiteman ...
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Eddie Quillan ...
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Rosetta Duncan ...
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Vivian Duncan ...
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Ralph Graves ...
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Johnny Hines ...
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Ted Lewis ...
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Eddie Lambert leads the tour; Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Joan Crawford return from their honeymoon trip; Carl Laemmle, Jr. welcomes Paul Whiteman to Hollywood; Edward Everett shows off his menagerie; Eddie Quillan displays his saxophone skills; other players are glimpsed. Written by Anonymous

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Produced by Jack Cohn, this long-running series (dating back into the silents) proved so successful it encouraged Cohn to leave Universal Pictures and, with his brother Harry Cohn create CBC Productions which would later morph into Columbia Pictures. See more »

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