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Important Titles in Cinema History

Three years before 'Citizen Kane,' Orson Welles directed a short, silent comedy called "Too Much Johnson."  The print and negative were destroyed in 1971, when Welles' Spanish home caught fire.  I want to know as much as possible about this lost film, but I am too afraid to Google the title, which is, I repeat, "Too Much Johnson."  

Judging from its title, this movie is the first to combine elements of horror and comedy in the same film.




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