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Carole Lombard and Clark Gable lunching & autographing at the cafeteria of a Hollywood studio, May 12, 1932

Carole Lombard and Clark Gable lunching & autographing at the cafeteria of a Hollywood studio, May 12, 1932

getting into the swing of things at the Hampstead Heath Fair, England, March 28th, 1932 

getting into the swing of things at the Hampstead Heath Fair, England, March 28th, 1932 

Number Seventeen is probably my number seventeen-zillionth favorite Hitchcock movie (which means it’s no were close to the top).  boy oh boy was this movie so uneven, and mostly uninteresting - well, besides that train/bus chase that used toy trains and buses in the wider shots!!!
I did take to the actress Ann Casson, who reminded me a lot of Keira Knightley.  Sadly, Ms Casson didn’t go on to have much of a career.  But hey, she at least got to be in a Hitchcock film!
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Number Seventeen is probably my number seventeen-zillionth favorite Hitchcock movie (which means it’s no were close to the top).  boy oh boy was this movie so uneven, and mostly uninteresting - well, besides that train/bus chase that used toy trains and buses in the wider shots!!!
I did take to the actress Ann Casson, who reminded me a lot of Keira Knightley.  Sadly, Ms Casson didn’t go on to have much of a career.  But hey, she at least got to be in a Hitchcock film!
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Number Seventeen is probably my number seventeen-zillionth favorite Hitchcock movie (which means it’s no were close to the top).  boy oh boy was this movie so uneven, and mostly uninteresting - well, besides that train/bus chase that used toy trains and buses in the wider shots!!!
I did take to the actress Ann Casson, who reminded me a lot of Keira Knightley.  Sadly, Ms Casson didn’t go on to have much of a career.  But hey, she at least got to be in a Hitchcock film!
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Number Seventeen is probably my number seventeen-zillionth favorite Hitchcock movie (which means it’s no were close to the top).  boy oh boy was this movie so uneven, and mostly uninteresting - well, besides that train/bus chase that used toy trains and buses in the wider shots!!!
I did take to the actress Ann Casson, who reminded me a lot of Keira Knightley.  Sadly, Ms Casson didn’t go on to have much of a career.  But hey, she at least got to be in a Hitchcock film!
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Number Seventeen is probably my number seventeen-zillionth favorite Hitchcock movie (which means it’s no were close to the top).  boy oh boy was this movie so uneven, and mostly uninteresting - well, besides that train/bus chase that used toy trains and buses in the wider shots!!!
I did take to the actress Ann Casson, who reminded me a lot of Keira Knightley.  Sadly, Ms Casson didn’t go on to have much of a career.  But hey, she at least got to be in a Hitchcock film!
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Number Seventeen is probably my number seventeen-zillionth favorite Hitchcock movie (which means it’s no were close to the top).  boy oh boy was this movie so uneven, and mostly uninteresting - well, besides that train/bus chase that used toy trains and buses in the wider shots!!!

I did take to the actress Ann Casson, who reminded me a lot of Keira Knightley.  Sadly, Ms Casson didn’t go on to have much of a career.  But hey, she at least got to be in a Hitchcock film!

The Barrymores are on the case of Arsène Lupinm, which opened in theaters on March 5, 1932

The Barrymores are on the case of Arsène Lupinm, which opened in theaters on March 5, 1932

cheers to Freaks, which was released on February 20, 1932
bottom - left to right - Schlitzie, Rose Dione, Daisy Earles, Johnny Eck, Peter Robinson, Angelo Rossitto, Daisy and Violet Hilton, Roscoe Ates and [??]
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cheers to Freaks, which was released on February 20, 1932
bottom - left to right - Schlitzie, Rose Dione, Daisy Earles, Johnny Eck, Peter Robinson, Angelo Rossitto, Daisy and Violet Hilton, Roscoe Ates and [??]
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cheers to Freaks, which was released on February 20, 1932

bottom - left to right - SchlitzieRose DioneDaisy EarlesJohnny EckPeter RobinsonAngelo Rossitto, Daisy and Violet HiltonRoscoe Ates and [??]