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The scene in the railroad ticket booth


When the short tempered railroad clerk punches the customer on the nose, take a look in the background and I'm sure that studio head Jack Warner is walking past.
Incidentally any idea who that customer was? He looks similar to Walter Brennan.

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That scene was just on then. It's hilarious! I didnt see Jack Warner, but i wasn't paying much attention. I don't get why the clerk kept rechecking all 3 books, if he know the info is in the last one. Oh well it's such a great scene.

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Because he needs the info from the first two books to find the correct page in the third book. Remember he says 'Hmm it's entered in the special schedules book'

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