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|Series:||ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd||♦||Distribution:||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer||♦||Director:||Hal Roach||♦||Cinematography:||Len Powers|
|Production:||A-4||♦||Type:||Sound short||♦||Producer:||Hal Roach||♦||Editor:||Richard C. Currier|
|Released:||26 December 1931||♦||Length:||2-reels||♦||Dialogue:||H.M. Walker||♦||Sound recording:||Elmer Raguse|
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• Production A-4 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series. This was the fifth film in the series.
• Copyrighted February 15, 1932.
• October 5-9, 1931.
• One of the two English gentlemen who take the girls to Coney Island (John Loder) shares the same birthday with Zasu Pitts in real life: January 3rd.
• The Coney Island scenes are the exact same amusements as those featured in Sugar Daddies.
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Mr. Loder's friend
Fun House worker
Shooting gallery attendant
Woman in Fun House
Boy with lollipop
Fun house worker
|SHOT ON THE LOT
The following scenes were filmed on the Hal Roach Back Lot and are included in the TOUR
Richard W. Bann (identifying Dorothy Layton)
Jim Clewer (identifying Estelle Etterre)
Jorge Finkielman (publicity shot)
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