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  1. 1. The interaction between MacDonald and Eddy seemed comedic banter, the 1st clip shows the loving banter between the two actors, the 2nd clip showed how moved Eddy seemed towards MacDonald while she was attempting to sing to a barroom crowd. 2. I have not seen these two actors before or any of their movies. 3. The Male/Female interaction seems to be downplayed, no real physical contact (like the passionate embrace of one another), what I expected as far as the Hollywood Film Code is that there are no women dressed in scantly outfits.
  2. In answer to the 1st question, Yes, I believe that the characters seem to act unaware of the cost of the daily consumption of money. 2nd question; The downplay of the Depression Era that the everyday moviegoer gave people an escape for a few hours before returning to reality, 3rd question; If this was Pre-Code then you would have seen more women in various states of undress in the backstage area of the Follies.
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