Thu, 16 April 2009
Thu, Apr 16 2009
Mister Ron's Basement #1347
Homer Croy was one of the many early twentieth century writers who cranked out anything he could sell to magazines and newspapers. He developed a reputation as a humorist, wrote some novels, then had an immensely successful career as a screenwriter for both silent and sound movies.
It is extremely difficult to find his short humorous pieces these days, but we will try. Today's tale, from 1922, is quite clever. It's called 'Bathing in a Borrowed Suit.'
Time: approx seven and a half minutes
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