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A potpourri of features involving Hollywood celebrities. The Columbia University football team, winner of the 1934 Rose Bowl game, visits the Warner Bros. Studios and is greeted by several stars; Margaret Lindsay, Guy Kibbee, and Dick Powell work at a gold mine; Joan Blondell, recovered from a recent illness, thanks her fans; songs from the movie Harold Teen (1934) are performed by the songwriters and the film's stars.

  1. George Bilson

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Al Barabas

    Himself

  2. Busby Berkeley

    Busby Berkeley

    Himself

  3. Joan Blondell

    Joan Blondell

    Herself

  4. Ed Brominski

    Himself

  5. Joe E. Brown

    Joe E. Brown

    Himself

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Hollywood Newsreel

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  • March 24, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 9m

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