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The ham what I am /

During the Keep sweeping the cobwebs off the moon segment, Jay Flippen patters in a southern accent, perhaps a minstrel-style accent, joking about, for example, "the Scotchman who wouldn't go to school because he had to pay attention;" or, "any girl is liable to be dumb, but she abuses the privilege;" or "a bachelor has no children, to speak of." The second number is introduced as "If bricklayers can lay bricks, why can't plumbers lay plums?" but is in fact Magnolia: "Clara Bow, Ain't she delish, Season her with Lillian Gish, What've you got? Magnolia."

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  • "During the Keep sweeping the cobwebs off the moon segment, Jay Flippen patters in a southern accent, perhaps a minstrel-style accent, joking about, for example, "the Scotchman who wouldn't go to school because he had to pay attention;" or, "any girl is liable to be dumb, but she abuses the privilege;" or "a bachelor has no children, to speak of." The second number is introduced as "If bricklayers can lay bricks, why can't plumbers lay plums?" but is in fact Magnolia: "Clara Bow, Ain't she delish, Season her with Lillian Gish, What've you got? Magnolia.""@en

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  • "Shorts."@en
  • "Vaudeville."@en
  • "Comedy variety."@en
  • "UCLA preservation."@en
  • "Humor"@en

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  • "The ham what I am /"@en
  • "Jay C. Flippen in The ham what am"@en
  • "Ham what am"@en