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We are now making “Babes In Toyland,” which should go over very big everywhere.

Stan Laurel

                Sept., 4th. 1934.

Mr. H. A. Yapp
c/o Modern Cinema
Morden,
Surrey
ENGLAND.

Dear Mr. Yapp:-
    Was delighted to get your letter some time ago and trust you will pardon the delay in answering same, due to a very busy season.
    I am very grateful for the Old Play Bill of "FRA DIAVOLO" Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 1837, which you so kindly sent me, and same occupies a very prominent place in my collection decorating the walls of my den.
    I trust that you have enjoyed a large patronage at your new theatre since it's opening, and have not been disappointed in the Laurel and Hardy comedies.
    We are now making "BABES IN TOYLAND" which should go over very big everywhere. This new feature length comedy is scheduled for release about Dec. first.
    Thanking you again for your letter and Play Bill, and with very best wishes, I am,
                Sincerely yours,
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LAUREL AND HARDY LETTERHEAD - TYPEWRITTEN

                Sept., 4th. 1934.

Mr. Tom E. Wild
1327 South Union St.,
Traverse City,
Mich.

Dear Mr. Wild:-
    We received your letter some time ago, and am sorry the delay in answering same, however, if you will advise me your best figure on the 3 acts referred to I will be glad yo go into the matter further with Mr. Hardy.
    Kindly let me hear from you by return mail and I will see if something can be worked out.
    Will be pleased to receive the full plots of the 3 acts mentioned in your letter, and thanks again for calling this to our attention.
    Wishing you the best of luck, we are,
                Sincerely yours,
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