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  1. For those closer to Philadelphia, there’s a thread on an earlier page about joining that chapter.
  2. Based on the era I didn't feel this was "Depression Era" rather Pre-Depression Era. While the two men Ziegfeld and his competitor were after this woman for her singing talent. She gave the impression that she viewed them as "Stage Door Johnnies." She was depicted as a little flighty and not to concerned about her career which was not unusual for the early musicals. You're either the wise cracking girl or the naive deer in the headlights chorine. Regarding the post code movies...she definitely would have had less clothing or the material would have probably been much more sheer/revealing.
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