|Writers||Frank Kelley (narrative) (as Frank Kelly)
|Cast||Fred B. Cole Clifford McBride Charles Howard Ocie Nelms Charlie Seaman James Malvern Benjamin Jr.|
|Plot||This entry in Universal's "Person-Oddity" series (Universal production number 1371) pays a visit to the studio, in Pasadena, California, of comic-strip artist Clifford McBride, creator of the "Napoleon the Dog" syndicated newspaper strip. From there to Dallas, Texas where Ocie Nelms runs the world's largest swap-shop; to Willits, California where rancher Charles Howard provides a life of luxury and ease for some of the world's most famous race horses; a look at the world's largest collection of fishing tackle belonging to Charlie Seaman of Elkhart, Indiana; and ends in Philidelphia, Pa., where James Malvern Benjamin, Jr., collects modernistic puppets.... search for Artist's Antics on IMDb|
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