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The Death of Dr Lush

Doctor John Lush along with his brother, Harry, were for many years local Doctors. This obituary is for Doctor John Lush who died in Cirencester in 1933.

Museum

Northern Illinois Teachers College DeKalb 1933 Commencement

My mother, Harriet Duncan (Claycomb), got her 2-year degree from Northern Illinois State Teachers College in DeKalb, Illinois in 1933.  This is the Commencement program.

Genealogy

Duck Soup (Leo McCarey, 1933)


When told about the Marx brothers, I often think of Groucho. Until I watched Duck Soup, I didn’t know what his shtick even was. Were they silent comics, akin to Chaplin and Keaton? 688 more words

BFI

Mulliner Nights

Mulliner Nights by P.G. Wodehouse, 5/5

This book is just as hilarious as the other two in the series, Meet Mr Mulliner and Mr Mulliner Speaking… 55 more words

Book Reviews

Grand Canary (A.J. Cronin, 1933)

Dr. Harvey Leith has recently been disgraced for causing the death of three patients. Though it was hardly his fault, those in charge at the hospital, out of distaste for him personally and for his continually rocking the boat, have made him the scapegoat. 116 more words

Romance

SPOTLIGHT: Precocious Pre-Code Hepburn (III)

Welcome to a new Film Friday and the continuation of our spotlight series on the Pre-Code work of the unforgettable Katharine Hepburn. Though her greatest fame would occur after 1934, Hepburn nevertheless made several important and interesting pictures in the Pre-Code era. 1,095 more words

Films

SPOTLIGHT: Precocious Pre-Code Hepburn (II)

Welcome to a new Film Friday and the continuation of our spotlight series on the Pre-Code work of the unforgettable Katharine Hepburn. Though her greatest fame would occur after 1934, Hepburn nevertheless made several important and interesting pictures in the Pre-Code era. 1,000 more words

Films