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It’s our final installment in this coverage of the TCM Classic Film Fest. For this last minisode, Lady P and Kristen Sales are talking Cock… Cock of the Air (1932), that is. A Howard Hughes production, Cock of the Air is a bawdy Pre-Code comedy/adventure flick that serves primarily as a showcase for actress Billie Dove and her ample (ahem) talents. And in keeping with the sexual objectification theme, the gals take a good gander at the David Farrar shapely gams, which really popped in the new Academy nitrate print of Black Narcissus (1947). Then the gals take a trip to Florida, and chat about the wonderful Preston Sturges screwball comedy, The Palm Beach Story (1942) and debate which of Sturges films is the sexiest. Finally, they offer some closing thoughts on this year’s “Make em Laugh” theme.

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