"All Americans" (1929)

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"All Americans" (1929)

PostTue Jun 26, 2018 8:14 pm

This "Paramount" short most probably photographed in New York and undoubtedly the inspiration behind the "Melting Pot" number in "The King of Jazz" (1930) must be well on the way to becoming one of those rare breed of films nearly totally full of "one-hit wonders" - actors and actresses who only made one film - and this was it. Does anyone know of any more details for some of the members of the cast?
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