This Pete Smith Specialty tries to find the answers to some questions that have plagued mankind: Are women drivers worse than men?; How much money does the average gumball machine collect ...
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One of the last of the films made under the direction of the War Activities Committee. It is a 10 minute documentary produced under the supervision of Ray Kellogg (I)who, at the time, was a... See full summary »
William J. Donovan,
This Traveltalks entry focuses on the people, culture, and natural beauty of rural Ireland with visits to an ancient round tower, farms, the gardens at Hope Castle in Castleblayney, and the ancient village of Claddagh at Galway.
This Pete Smith Specialty tries to find the answers to some questions that have plagued mankind: Are women drivers worse than men?; How much money does the average gumball machine collect in a month?; Are certain food combinations harmful (e.g., milk and pickles)?Written by
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Pete Smith short takes a look at small thing that you might wonder about ever so often including whether men or women are better drivers or if certain foods mixed can cause you to get sick. This is one of the better shorts that I've seen from Smith as it remains interesting throughout and also has quite a few laughs especially one sequence, which deals with wigs.
Hollywood Scout (1945)
** (out of 4)
Pete Smith short about animal talents in Hollywood. There are a few good tricks shown but overall this thing is pretty boring and doesn't contain the laughs of most good Smith shorts.
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