1944 in Print — Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, July 9, 1944

July 9, 1944, Hitler Gang
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July 9, 1944

Hey, look! It’s our old pal Jimmy (Jimmie) Fidler!

Hollywood, July 8 — Some months ago, a group of prominent stars, producers, directors and studio executives formed the Motion Picture Alliance. Their organization, officially designed to combat “un-American” propaganda films, immediately incurred the enmity of Hollywood’s labor unions and guilds, which charge that the alliance is, in fact, anti-labor and anti-Semitic in character.

From the Reading Eagle.

 

July 9, 1944, Jimmy Fidler

July 9, 1944, Jimmy Fidler

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One Response to 1944 in Print — Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, July 9, 1944

  1. Eve says:

    I read the small print on that poster too fast and thought it said “see their private parts authentically revealed.” Umm, no thanks?

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