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A DAY IN THE COUNTRY

Joe Besser provided the narration in this comedic story of two boys and their grandmother visiting a farm. Filmed in 3-D.

Produced in 1941 with the originally intended title of STEREO-LAFFS, the film sat on a shelf until the 3-D craze of 1953 inspired the distributor to place it in theaters.


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Featuring
Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
March 13, 1953
Studio
Lippert Pictures
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
13 min.

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