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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Items from the Scrapbook of Cosmo Brown

(With Apologies to Betty Comden and Adolph Green)

I'm not at liberty to disclose how the following documents came into my possession. I think they pretty much speak for themselves.

Los Angeles Times, March 25, 1928





Los Angeles Times, March 28, 1928












6 comments:

The Great Bolo said...

JIM--

This is BRILLIANT!

Anonymous said...

oh my gosh! this was amazing to read. Fabulous work!

Jim Lane said...

Bolo, Anon: Thanks, both. And Anon, if this is your first visit, hope you'll come back often!

Scott MacGillivray said...

Bravo! I'm getting in line behind your other readers to congratulate you for a tremendous new take on a favorite movie. The interoffice memos seemed especially authentic; you caught the spirit precisely. Keep up the good work!

Jim Lane said...
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Jim Lane said...

Thanks, Scott, and welcome! Turnabout being fair play, I hereby refer my readers to your excellent Laurel & Hardy: From the Forties Forward for "a tremendous new take" on several movies.

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