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A typical 1950's Screen Snapshot short (Columbia production number 6852) in which some current Columbia contract player drops by Ralph Staub's projection room and watches footage, usually taken from earlier Screen Snapshots. Donna Reed visits Staub in this entry and he shows her some footage from Screen Snapshots number 7 of series 21, mid-40's vintage featuring James Stewart. Janet Blair sings
James Gleason drops by to visit Ralph Staub at the Columbia lot and Staub, as he was inclined to do, pulls out a few reels of World War II "Screen Snapshots", and he and Gleason reminisce about the footage, while the camera turns and, presto, yet another Screen Snapshots entry comprised of about 90% stock footage. This one shows movie-and-radio stars and names around Hollywood entertaining the t
Ralph Staub hosts Ken Murray and Laurie Anders, and they watch stock footage taken from stock footage taken from more stock footage from about five different Screen Snapshots from over the years, some of which were compiled entirely from previous Screen Snapshots stock footage. The busiest man on the Columbia payroll had to be the editor who clipped, re-clipped and re-clipped footage from other
Ralph Staub spends about two minutes talking to Peter Lawford and Las Vegas hotel owner, Wilbur Clark, in the new footage, and then dusts off 1952's Screen Snapshots, "Meet Mr. Rhythm," and, a new screen snapshots is born, with only about a couple of minutes of new footage and the other eight minutes of watching Peter Lawford and Wilbur Clark listening to Ralph Staub tell them about the day when
In this special Screen Snapshots short many of America's top composers pay a belated-by-years homage to a man who turned many of their songs into hits, Al Jolson. Many other screen personalities, most with little or no Jolson ties, appear in live and archive footage.
The first Screen Snapshots of the 1946-47 season (production number 8851)
The sixth entry in the Screen Smapshots series filmed in Technicolor. Shown having a good time at Hollywood's Mocambo Club are film stars Tab Hunter and Rock Hudson. Also seen are Bob Hope, Ed and Keenan Whyyn, Natalie Wood, Corrine Calvet, Pat O'Brien and many other. This is a Screen Snapshots rarity in that it has no stock or archive footage...shot live at the moment.
This edition of Screen Snapshots (production number 7856) finds Ralph Staub dropping in on the Blue Network (formerly NBC, about to evolve into ABC)
William Lundigan is Ralph Staub's guest in this Screen Snapshots and the two of them visit Hollywood's "Pirate's Den," where they encounter several stars, Bob Hope, Roy Rogers and others, having fun in a relaxed mood.
The second of the Screen Snapshots in Technicolor, and also one of the "Guess Who" contest entries---no prizes for being right. This one features Bob Hope's gags, George Gobel's wit and Phil Regan's singing. Ralph Staub tries to explain it.
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