File:Clara Bow 1927 crop.png

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English: Scanned and cropped publicity shot from lost Clara Bow movie "Rough House Rosie" 1927
Source "Våra Nöjen", 21st Jan 1928, 1920s Swedish Amusement Magazine.
Author Famous-Lasky Corporation
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current02:32, 4 October 2010Thumbnail for version as of 02:32, 4 October 2010337 × 325 (153 KB)Beyond My Ken (talk | contribs)== Summary == {{Information |Description={{en|1=Scanned and cropped publicity shot from lost Clara Bow movie "Rough House Rosie" 1927}} |Source="Våra Nöjen", 21th Jan 1928, 1920s Swedish Amusement Magazine. |Author=Famous-Lasky Corporation |Date=1927 |
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