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  1. Previously I or someone else may have posted a still from this movie "The Princess Comes Across." Here is a youtube video. I like that the poster on youtube wrote "Some sources claim that MacMurray plays it himself in the film, but it's more likely it was dubbed." Yes, even more likely than that.
  2. The current Vanity Fair article titled "Did Desi Really Love Lucy" (about the 1950's TV show "I Love Lucy") included this photo showing a rather nice 30-button Anglo, not the typical stage prop. I'm sure the conversation in the photo goes something like this: DESI - "Of course I love you more than my concertina" LUCY- "I don't think so"
  3. I didn't see this production, but a friend reviewed it (not this review). Did anyone see it? and did she play the 'tina? https://monstagigz.com/2018/01/13/theatre-review-lady-windermeres-fan-starring-samantha-spiro-jennifer-saunders/
  4. Here's just another concertina sighting (currently tagged with "Ziehharmonika" on eBay): It's a screenshot/postcard from the German "Sandman" serial (originated in the former GDR "Fernsehfunk" but kept up after "Wende" and reunification for at least several years). (O.k., it might rather be a German 20 button "Scholer")
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