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he believed in a gradual approach to desegregation

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he believed in a gradual approach to desegregation
February 23, 2022 02:20AM
he believed in a gradual approach to desegregation'Mo' McIsaac and his sidekick Donald try to find work to support a young orphan girl he finds dancing for pennies in the street, Miriam, unaware she is really the missing daughter of rich aristocrat, Major Burnett. Gangster Al Baloney and WHEREBUYJERSEY[/b] the girl and Mo is blamed for her disappearance.Mo and Donald take off into the bush looking for a gold mine (a storyline inspired by the 1930 expedition to find Lasseter's Reef), where they are attacked by a tribe of aboriginal cannibals before discovering their names are cleared. Other plots include a young couple, Margot Burnett and Larry McCormack, finding love, and a ballet of dancers performs periodically.In the early 1930s, Roy Rene was one of the most popular stage comics in Australia.


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