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PAUL REVERE, JR.

On a birthday drunk, Paul Revere Watson imagines himself as his Revolutionary War namesake in this musical comedy revue. His ride to warn the citizenry is interrupted by stops at the local pubs, rendezvous with housewives, and a shipboard Boston Tea Party complete with dancing girls.

Shemp Howard has a small role as Revere's stableman.



Cast members Gene and Kathleen Lockhart are the parents of actress June Lockhart (SERGEANT YORK, LASSIE, LOST IN SPACE, PETTICOAT JUNCTION).

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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
October 07, 1933
Studio
Vitaphone
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
21.25 min.
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Prod. No.:   1559-1560
Shooting Days:   5 days   From: 1933-06-01   To: 1933-06-06

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