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File:Boys in front of the movie theatre on Dundas Street.jpg

English: Boys in front of the movie theatre on Dundas Street, Toronto, Canada. The silent film showing in the theatre, Let 'Er Run, starred Dorothy Devore and George Stewart and had been released almost a year earlier, in October 1922.
Date 3 September 1923
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Author John Boyd
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