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1944 in Print — ‘Walter Winchell on Broadway,’ Feb. 3, 1944

Feb. 3, 1944: Walter Winchell devotes his entire column to an organization called Peace Now.  He did not approve. From the St. Petersburg Times.

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James Curtis: L.A. Voices – Jules White, Part 6

A photo of Buster Keaton in “Sidewalks of New York” has been listed on EBay. Bidding starts at $199.95. James writes: Here’s another of those interviews I did during a random burst of energy in 1975. This one took place … Continue reading

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James Curtis: L.A. Voices – Jules White, Part 4

  Photo: The Senate chambers in “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” was redecorated as a palace for a Three Stooges film. James writes: Here’s another of those interviews I did during a random burst of energy in 1975. This one … Continue reading

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