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Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Sept. 17, 1940


Sept. 17, 1940, National Guard

Sept. 17, 1940: Tom Treanor writes that Italy has banned The Times!

No handsomer twosome at the moment than Lana Turner and Victor Mature, Jimmie Fidler says.

And: "Climbing Jacob's Ladder," an original spiritual by Prof. William Thomas Wilkins, sung by Earl Pleasant, with choral accompaniment, is a "show stopper" in the "Ship of Zion," Negro folk drama with music by Zack Williams at the Mayan Theater.


Sept. 17, 1940, Jmmie Fidler

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