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Hebrew newspaper in Laurel & Hardy's Blotto?
In the Laurel & Hardy movie (or episode, if you will) Blotto (1930), in the first scene, Stan is reading a hebrew newspaper. So I was wondering, why a hebrew newspaper? Is there any reason and ...
Jun 30 '12 at 22:22
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