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No Time For Comedy (1940) — (Movie Clip) You Like Going To Fires?

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    No Time For Comedy (1940) — (Movie Clip) You Like Going To Fires?

    James Stewart is small-town playwright Gaylord, at the Park Ave. apartment of Rosalind Russell as Broadway actress Linda, who’s persuaded the producer (Clarence Kolb) and thereby the director (Allyn Joslyn) to stick with his play, both principals duly charmed, in No Time For Comedy, 1940.

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