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1 "But EvenAfter the Fight Scene in M-G-M’S 'Yank at Oxford',"
says ROBERT TAYLOR,"! Still Found Luckies Easy On 1."PUNCHES CAN BE PULLED on the screen," says Robert Taylor, ‘‘but there’s no faking a yell. In my pic ture ‘Yank at Oxford’ I get into one swell brawl. That scene took two solid days to film. As a result... j. "MY VOICE AND THROAT got a terrific workout. English members of the cast were interested that 1 smoked in the middle of such throat-taxing work. But I explained to them about Luckies and.. 3. "BELIEVE ME, our English friends ^ now go for Luckies—including Her bert Marshall, Madeleine Carroll and others in Hollywood's British J colony. In England, 1 found many L new converts. 1 WITH MEN WHO KNOW W*MC0J1* o 4. "I POINTED OUT that tobacco experts prefer Luckies 2 to 1... and that the ‘Toasting’ process makes Luckies easy on the throat.” (It removes certain irri tants found in all tobacco WHO KNOW TOBACCO BEST rrsuKNES 2T01 Conmkt IK TW kmm*— C i 5 BOB N. COOPER auctions about 20,000,000 lbs. 1 of tobacco yearly. He says:441 know tobacco and I I pick Luckies.They suit my throat and my taste. | Sworn records show that among independent | tobacco experts, Luckies have twice as many ex- I elusive smokers asall^thercigarettes^cornbined^J