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The Prince and the Pauper - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of Warner Bros' The Prince and the Pauper (1937), directed by William Keighley.


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Bombardier (1943) -- (Movie Clip) It's Just As Unlogical Randolph Scott as Army Air Force Captain Buck Oliver, a reluctant convert to high-altitude bombing, dictates a letter to old friend “Burt” (Anne Shirley) in New Mexico, advising her that his colleague Major “Chick” Davis will arrive soon to launch a training program, Barton MacLane his sergeant Dixon, in Bombardier, 1943.
I Found Stella Parish (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Norman Theater Opening credits and some framing by theater fans awaiting the star, from Warner Bros. I Found Stella Parish, 1935, starring Kay Francis, Ian Hunter and Paul Lukas, directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
I Found Stella Parish (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Three Old Liars Finishing her performance in a fictional London play, and flush from curtain calls, the title character (Kay Francis) is confronted in the literal sense by her past, the obscured Jeffords (Barton MacLane), in a critical scene from I Found Stella Parish, 1935.
Black Fury (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Shut Up About The Union! Early events, inside the coal mine Warner Bros. built at the ranch in Calabsas, Ca., John Qualen as honest Mike gets in a spat with newcomer Kroner (J. Carrol Naish) about their union, which gets the attention of popular Joe (Paul Muni), who’s more excited about his wedding, in Black Fury. 1935.
Black Fury (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Old Country Dance At the Pennsylvania coal mine company town, proud “bohunk” miner Joe (Paul Muni) leads his party, including pal Mike (John Qualen) and his maybe-wavering fianceè Anna (Karen Morley), into the dance, even greeting the company cops (Ward Bond, and William Gargan as Slim), in Warner Bros.’ controversial Black Fury, 1935.
Kansas Pacific (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Bleeding Kansas From the opening credits, Barton MacLane as railroad man Bruce, Harry Shannon the crusty engineer "Smokestack," Douglas Fowley with the gun among the Confederate-backed vandals, in Kansas Pacific, 1953, starring Sterling Hayden.
Kansas Pacific (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Just An Ordinary Fight Kansas, 1860, Sterling Hayden as undercover U.S. Army officer Nelson has just arrived to oversee railroad construction when he meets Reed Hadley as Quantrill (About twice the age the historic figure lived to become), who in fact is an agent for the incipient Confederacy, joining in fisticuffs as civic duty, his new associate Barton MacLane arriving, Harry Shannon, Eve Miller and Irving Bacon in support, in Allied Artists’ Kansas Pacific, 1953.
Case Of The Curious Bride, The (1935) -- (Movie Clip) I Know A Little Jiu Jitsu Arriving with sidekick Spuds (Allen Jenkins) at the San Francisco airport, lawyer Perry Mason (Warren William) manages to intercept ex-girlfriend Rhoda (Margaret Lindsay), now a murder suspect, before the cops (Barton MacLane et al) can grab her, in The Case Of The Curious Bride, 1935.
Red Light (1949) -- (Movie Clip) I Got No Hard Feelings Vengeful businessman Torno (George Raft) finds paroled embezzler Nick (Raymond Burr) at the bowling alley, looking for his brother's killer, in Roy Del Ruth's Red Light, 1949.
20 Million Miles To Earth (1957) -- (Movie Clip) A Fishing Village In Sicily Sicilian fishermen Mondello and Verrico (Don Orlando and George Khoury) and their sidekick Pepe (Bart Bradley) experience a highly unusual series of events, after a prologue about sudden advances in sciende, opening animator Ray Harryhausen's 20 Million Miles To Earth, 1957.
'G' Men (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Keep Your Mouth Shut McCord (Robert Armstrong) is assigned by the chief (Addison Richards) to track down the killer of an agent, he gives the assignment to Davis (James Cagney), who goes to Chicago and catches Leggett (Edward Pawley), in Warner Bros.' 'G' Men, 1935.
Gold Is Where You Find It (1938) -- (Movie Clip) One Of Them Dude Engineers Taking over at a northern California gold mine ca. 1877, educated engineer Whitney (George Brent) earns himself some physical credibility with foreman Slug (Barton MacLane), then MGM indulges in some gratuitous Technicolor hydraulic mining footage, in Gold Is Where You Find It, 1938.