THE FARMER IN THE DELL by Phil Stong
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THE FARMER IN THE DELL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It's hard to know just where this fits in the Stong repertoire. He has transported his Iowa farmer to Hollywood, this time, thrust him into pictures by chance, and made a star of him overnight, leaving him torn between the excitement of the event and his uncertainty as to how his wife will take it. The story has a good sentimental pull, convincingly colorful sidelights on the picture world, and a romantic wind-up, that should appeal to rental library fans. Its slim Phil Stong, but should fit into the picture for effortless summer entertainment.

Pub Date: July 18th, 1935
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace