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Alibi Ike (1935)

Directed by Ray Enright
Written by William Wister Haines

When I was originally amassing the list for my Baseball marathon a little over a year ago,  753 more words


Alibi Ike (1935)

I return from hibernation to review this baseball comedy for the Olivia de Havilland Centenary Blogathon, co-hosted by Crystal at In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood. 18 more words

Painted Faces (1929)

A courtroom drama—think 12 Angry Men but with a circus clown as holdout juror!

US / 70 minutes / bw / Tiffany–Stahl Dir: 1,898 more words

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Locating Joe E. Brown's Birthplace


Comedian and Hollywood star Joe E. Brown was born in 1892 in the small town of Holgate, (Henry County), Ohio. And where is Holgate, Ohio? 586 more words

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Entertainment Desires

(Image retrieved from Pixabay.com/Barni1)

Born to Mathias and Anna Evans Brown, comedian Joe E. Brown first began to entertain people as an acrobat. Acrobatics, he thought, was what he wanted to work at to help with the family income, but by the time he was seven he’d already become gainfully employed as a newspaper carrier. 446 more words

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Laughter is a Wonderful Thing

The pictures I attached to the above sticky post of this blog are from my scrapbook of 1964 and 1965, when I worked for the Northwest-Signal newspaper in Napoleon, Ohio — the first time. 324 more words

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