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|Johnny on the Spot|
|Directed by||Maclean Rogers|
|Written by||Michael Cronin (novel)|
|Produced by||Edwin J. Fancey|
|Starring|| Hugh McDermott |
|Edited by||Monica Kimick|
E. J. Fancey Productions
|7 June 1954|
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