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20th Century-Fox promotional reel, produced for distribution to theatre owners and film industry bookers/exhibitors, to sell the studio's Fall 1936 schedule of feature films. Not distributed to the general public.

Ted Healy is briefly seen on the Fox lot, in clips promoting SING, BABY, SING (1936). The stars from several more Fox features also appear.

This one-reel short was discovered in early 2010, and reported in The Three Stooges Journal # 134 (Summer 2010).

Ted Healy (Solo)
Release Date
August 01, 1936
20th Century-Fox
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10 min.

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