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MOONLIT LAGOONS OF HAWAITI—(At left}. Palm fringed waters and South Seas romance; haunting plaintive melodies; Dick Powell captures Ruby Keeler’s heart as he sings the native Hawaiian song of courtship in a spectacular scene produced by Bobby Connolly, director of the “Ziegfeld Follies”.
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