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Can you help identify this film from the 1930's?


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Greetings!

Early in the film documentary, What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael (2019), there are some quick film clips, including two from a film that takes place on the UC Berkeley campus. See screenshots, below. The included dialogue was very brief: the two characters were arguing about  raising the minimum wage to 40 cents an hour on the Berkeley campus. 

Does anyone know what this film could be? I would love to learn more about it.

Thank you so much, in advance.

Best,
Michael

kael berkeley 1.png

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54 minutes ago, mmoore46 said:

Greetings!

Early in the film documentary, What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael (2019), there are some quick film clips, including two from a film that takes place on the UC Berkeley campus. See screenshots, below. The included dialogue was very brief: the two characters were arguing about  raising the minimum wage to 40 cents an hour on the Berkeley campus. 

Does anyone know what this film could be? I would love to learn more about it.

Thank you so much, in advance.

Best,
Michael

kael berkeley 1.png

kael berkeley 2.png

The 2nd screenshot is  Loretta Young and Warren William in Employees Entrance.   The film takes place in a NY Department Store, not at Berkeley. TCM shows this film every so often, Hope that helps.

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Thank you so much, lavenderblue 19-- that was fast!

I'm really grateful.

Best,
Michael

1 hour ago, lavenderblue19 said:

That's Loretta Young and Warren William in Employees Entrance. TCM shows this film every so often, Hope that helps.

 

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3 minutes ago, mmoore46 said:

Thank you so much, lavenderblue 19-- that was fast!

I'm really grateful.

Best,
Michael

 

You're very welcome. :) I've seen the film on TCM a number of times. It's a good film and great cast

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