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Carl, lead singer of a band called Carl Green and The Scene, recently re-formed, has, in The Close Ups, cunningly created a foursome of perennially young and trendy alter egos.
Among his books are Emmet Lawlor (1922), <IR> BEGGARS OF LIFE </IR> (1924), Jarnegan (1926), The Life of Charlie Chaplin (1926), Circus Parade (1927), Shanty Irish (1928), Close Ups (1930), Adventures in Interviewing (1931), Men in the Rough (1933), The Bruiser (1936), and A Dozen and One (1943).
When one dancer was performing, his feet were doing the steps but we had close ups of his face instead.