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See JAMES CAGNEY croon to JEAN HARLOW'31

See JAMES CAGNEY pick up JEAN HARLOW'31 while they listen to the BING croon "MAKE BELIEVE" from an ORG.1928 BING CROSBY recording!!! REMARKABLE likeness to this 1931 film of CAGNEYS 1931 dont you think! EXCLUSIVELY music edited by ROSIEY, Enjoy CROSBYS music!

SEE JAMES CAGNEY croon
"MAKE BELIEVE" to JEAN HARLOW
an ORG 78lp from
the BINGS "SHOWBOAT music'1928!!!
Enjoy JEAN HARLOWS MUSICAL!
Rosiey

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Comment by Tiffany Brannan on September 11, 2017 at 3:37pm

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