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*When Rebel Without a Cause was on last night RO did not mention his death which made me wonder if this portion was a pre-record made before it happened*

 

Wouldbe,

 

More than likely it was. Corey Allen only passed away earlier this week (June 27th). Robert O usually records a month's worth of wraparounds the month before they air.

 

He travels to Atlanta once a month and the crew he works with shoots all of them in about five days.

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> {quote:title=mongo wrote:}{quote}

> Orson Welles joins Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel is some jazz on the RKO backlot

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Mongo:

Thanks for all the great pictures.

One minor correction, though:

 

That shot of Orson & Ollie & Stan is actually on the 20th Century-Fox lot, not RKO.

Orson is in his "Rochester" costume for his movie JANE EYRE visiting Laurel & Hardy on the set of their latest feature JITTERBUGS (1943) (both 20th Century-Fox Pictures).

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> {quote:title=mongo wrote:}{quote}

> Thanks for the correction, Musicalnovelty.

> I got the info from the image itself as posted here:

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> Photobucket

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> It was I myself who made the error.

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Yep, I knew where you got it from! I visit Greenbriar Picture Shows regularly. John is a good friend and does a great job on that site(in fact I'll be seeing him in less than two weeks!)

 

I'm not sure exactly who found it first, but that picture of Orson with Stan & Ollie appeared on Leonard Maltin's website a few years ago, and also in the book "Laurel & Hardy From the Forties Forward, Second Edition" by Scott MacGillivray (another good friend!)

 

The original still also has JITTERBUGS actor Bob Bailey standing next to Stan playing clarinet.

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Three feisty Mack Sennett Bathing Beauties. While none of the gals are exactly what I would call Beauties, they did have nice legs. Oh the stories that these ladies could tell their Great Grand Daughters!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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*Flappers Runnin' Wild!-"I Was a 1920's Biker Chick! (And got a Ticket!)"*

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