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Buddy Rogers Denies Rift With Mary Pickford

Oct. 12, 1941: Tom Treanor writes about the era when mourners could board a special funeral car that also carried the casket to the cemetery. C.V. Means, general traffic agent of the Los Angeles Railway, says that anyone can still … Continue reading

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July 10. 1938

Now I’ll have to start checking the crowd scenes in D.W. Griffith’s films. Former Keystone Kop Edward Cline, director of "My Little Chickadee," "The Bank Dick" and "Never Give a Sucker an Even Break" says that Mack Sennett used to … Continue reading

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