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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Adolph Zukor; Jesse L Lasky; Richard Wallace; B P Schulberg; Lloyd Corrigan; Hector Turnbull; Walter Weems; Allen Siegler; Otto Lovering; Neil Hamilton; Walter McGrail; Charles E Mack; Paramount Pictures, Inc.; Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation.; Moran and Mack.
|Notes:||Clown comedy; feature.
"From the novel The Two Black Crows in the A.E.F. by Charles E. Mack of Moran and Mack."
Bracketed production credit from: Film daily yearbook, 1931; bracketed performance credits from Who was who on screen, 1977.
"Western Electric Sound System."
Copyright: Paramount Publix Corp.; 1Aug30; LP1460. Copyright notice on film: Copyright 1930, Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation, Adolph Zukor, President, New York City.
"MPPDA; passed by the National Board of Review."
|Credits:||Photographed by Allen Siegler; [editor, Otto Lovering].|
|Performer(s):||The players: The Two Black Crows, Moran and Mack (Amos Crow, Willie Crow) [played by Bert Swor and Charles E. Mack]; Joan Peers (Mary Jane Robinson), Neil Hamilton (Ted Reinhardt), Walter McGrail (Captain Davis), Walter Weems (Sergeant Skipp), Betty Farington (Camilla).|
|Responsibility:||a Paramount Picture ; Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky present ; directed by Richard Wallace ; B.P. Schulberg, general manager, West Coast Productions ; screen play by Lloyd Corrigan ; adapted by Hector Turnbull ; added dialogue by Walter Weems.|
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