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10th Jun '17 9:07:58 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Film/ThievesLikeUs''
* ''This Property Is Condemned''



* ''This Property Is Condemned''
8th Jun '17 10:46:19 PM ectostar
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* ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937).
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* ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937).
* ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'' (1939).
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8th Jun '17 10:42:13 PM ectostar
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[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937).
* ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'' (1939).
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3rd Jun '17 3:36:15 PM Madrugada
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** ''NeroWolfe/FerDeLance'' (Set in June of 1933, published in 1934)

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** ''NeroWolfe/FerDeLance'' ''Literature/FerDeLance'' (Set in June of 1933, published in 1934)
3rd Jun '17 9:10:55 AM Madrugada
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* ''Literature/NeroWolfe'' by Rex Stout first appears in ''Fer-de-Lance'' (1934)

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* ''Literature/NeroWolfe'' by Rex Stout The first appears few stories are set in ''Fer-de-Lance'' (1934)the 1930s
** ''NeroWolfe/FerDeLance'' (Set in June of 1933, published in 1934)



* The story of Kit Kittredge (2000) from the Franchise/AmericanGirlsCollection books (and TheMovie) is set from 1932 to 1935

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* Franchise/AmericanGirlsCollection: The story of Kit Kittredge (2000) from the Franchise/AmericanGirlsCollection books (and TheMovie) is set from 1932 to 1935
16th May '17 6:27:06 AM DocJamore
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* {{Surrealism}}: Became very popular in this decade as a remedy for the Depression. It gave us melting clocks by Creator/SalvadorDali, floating apples on faces and [[OlderThanYouThink an early case of]] {{m|emeticMutation}}anbabies by Creator/ReneMagritte, and hot pink lobster dresses by Creator/ElsaSchiaparelli.

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* {{Surrealism}}: Became very popular in this decade as a remedy for the Depression. It gave us melting clocks by Creator/SalvadorDali, floating apples on faces and [[OlderThanYouThink an early case of]] {{m|emeticMutation}}anbabies by Creator/ReneMagritte, and hot pink lobster dresses by Creator/ElsaSchiaparelli.Elsa Schiaparelli.
1st May '17 7:37:07 PM Mdumas43073
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The Great Depression / The Dirty Thirties: Home to dust bowl farmers, reedy-voiced folk singers and rail-riding {{hobos}}. Life pretty much sucks unless you're lucky enough to be a rich socialite, in which case you can expect to be involved in a wacky screwball comedy which may or may not involve either [[Film/TheThreeStooges three short, bumbling men named Larry, Moe and Curly]], or [[Creator/MarxBrothers two fast-talkers named Groucho and Chico]] and their [[TheVoiceless mute accomplice]] Harpo (as the Depression drove prices plummeting through the floor, people with money suddenly found their cash increasing in value). Or if you're female, you could ditch the dust bowl and head off to Hollywood, become an actress, and wear [[PimpedOutDress long, sexy gowns]] on premiere night, showing off some [[SexyBacklessOutfit tanned skin]].

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The Great Depression / The Dirty Thirties: Home to dust bowl farmers, reedy-voiced folk singers and rail-riding {{hobos}}. Life pretty much sucks unless you're lucky enough to be a rich socialite, in which case you can expect to be involved in a wacky screwball comedy which may or may not involve either [[Film/TheThreeStooges three short, bumbling men named Larry, Moe and Curly]], or [[Creator/MarxBrothers two fast-talkers named Groucho and Chico]] Chico and their [[TheVoiceless mute accomplice]] Harpo accomplice Harpo]] (as the Depression drove prices plummeting through the floor, people with money suddenly found their cash increasing in value). Or if you're female, you could ditch the dust bowl and head off to Hollywood, become an actress, and wear [[PimpedOutDress long, sexy gowns]] on premiere night, showing off some [[SexyBacklessOutfit tanned skin]].
4th Mar '17 3:38:44 PM StFan
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* Franchise/TheLoneRanger. First appeared in January, 1933.

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* Franchise/TheLoneRanger.Radio/TheLoneRanger. First appeared in January, 1933.
1st Mar '17 6:07:28 AM JamesAustin
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* While initial {{ComicBook/Superboy}} stories were vague on their setting, starting in [[TheFifties the late 50s]], Superboy stories were explicitly set in the 1930s, likely under the logic of 1938 being Superman's first appearance. Superboy would stay set during the Depression (even meeting BonnieAndClyde in a 1968 story) until a 1971 retooling placed him on a [[ComicBookTime sliding timeline]] and in the 1950s.

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* While initial {{ComicBook/Superboy}} ComicBook/{{Superboy}} stories were vague on their setting, starting in [[TheFifties the late 50s]], Superboy stories were explicitly set in the 1930s, likely under the logic of 1938 being Superman's first appearance. Superboy would stay set during the Depression (even meeting BonnieAndClyde Bonnie and Clyde in a 1968 story) until a 1971 retooling placed him on a [[ComicBookTime sliding timeline]] and in the 1950s.



* ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]'' (1982)
* ''[[Film/{{Annie1999}} Annie]]'' (1999)

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* ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]'' (1982)
''Film/Annie1982''
* ''[[Film/{{Annie1999}} Annie]]'' (1999)''Film/Annie1999''
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