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Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, July 26, 1940

July 26, 2010 | 11:18 am



 
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July 26, 1940: Jimmie Fidler says “The Marx Brothers and MGM are tiffing, with the studio insisting the freres' next pic be made for $800,000 or LESS!”


I was sure Fidler had already run the item on Joan Crawford and the New York doorman who refused to let her rain-drenched fans into the lobby but I can’t find it. Sound familiar?

Preview tonight: “The Drive by Night!”



 July 26, 1940, Jimmie Fidler

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