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In The Roaring ’20s, Spend Your Fortune on Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde, and Yes, Yes, Nanette

They take it up a notch in part II of II of the 1920s parody films

Credit: Selznick Distributing Corp.

Where we last left off, we dealt with two early 1920s parody films, Mud and Sand and Three Ages. Instead of feature-length films, these two other films from the mid-1920s are shorter.

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Alexander B.

Alexander B.

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Aficionado and connoisseur of obscure and strange music, movies, and TV. Fictional and non-fictional pieces have their place here, too.