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By Jupiter!
Wilding Picture Productions
Tilles, Jack
Henry, Bruce
Travis, Foster
Chandler, Chick, 1905-1988
Olson, Martin
Powell, Claire
Blakeley, Vern
Esh, Ray
Date Created and/or Issued
Publication Information
Wilding Picture Productions
Contributing Institution
Fresno City and County Historical Society
California Revealed from Fresno City and County Historical Society
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Date of Copyright
Released on April 1, 1941, this short film from Wilding Pictures is an example of the morality films Hollywood produced in the early days of WWII. Plot: Thornton Poindexter relives a day of his life and learns how just a little kindness can change things around. Asset Type: Program
Wilding Picture Productions Inc. - New York - Chicago - Detroit - Cleveland - Hollywood - Subject BY JUPITER - Reel Number - Western Electric Sound System
moving image
Black and White
16mm film
Short films
1 Reel of 1
Time Period
Fresno City and County Historical Society
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