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Face in the Sky ad from, The Film Daily 1932

Face in the Sky is a 1933 American pre-Code comedy film starring Spencer Tracy and Stuart Erwin. The film was directed by Harry Lachman and released by Fox Film.



Two sign painters find themselves blackmailed by a beautiful woman determined to force Tracy's character into marriage.


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