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Description: At almost pages, it is a substantial book, probably far lengthier than its subject deserves, but somehow it fails to satisfy. At pages, this is a long book for BearManor Media, but a reasonably-priced and highly readable one. They are listed in chronological order, and, as the authors point out, are covered in more detail in their earlier volume, subtitled Let's deal with that book first. The book also includes chapters on the series stars, William Powell and Myrna Loy, a bibliography, and a somewhat pointless "Supporting Actor Photo Gallery.