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Camel's Bell 5 months ago
1937 film with Bogart and Leslie Howard set in ficticious Hollywood Studio whose fortunes are at low ebb. Howard is sent from the financiers in NYC to bring it back into the black. Joan Blondell is alnong for the fun as bumbling Howard meanders through all aspects of studio life like a blind man. Bogart is a studio executive of the DeMille ilk. Nothing much happens over the hour and 1/2 run but I was especially interested in seeing this film because my Uncle Bob had a role as an extra in a studio strike scene. I found him in the crowd of angry workers. He was 28 at the time. he made about 6 or 7 films in 1937-38 as an extra. He died at 93 still talking about his short "movie career".
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