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Moe Howard is reported to have an unbilled appearance in this short subject about the Indiana Society of Chicago's 30th annual banquet at the Stevens Hotel in Chicago IL. Musical numbers are performed by Irene Dunne, On the Banks of the Wabash and Home in Indiana. Moe's appearance is not fully verified, per the following comment at The UCLA Film & Television Archives' library website, "Moe Howard may play stagehand at start of film, but is not billed." Will Hays also appears as a guest of the society's banquet.


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Moe Howard (Solo)
Release Date
December 13, 1941
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Unknown
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Short Subject
Duration
15 min.

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