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HOLLYWOOD HUNTS FREAK FISH ON BEACHES Grunion Are Sought In Sand at Midnight Fetes of Film Stars Scoffing Visitors Find Story of Strange Fish True--"Onion, Grunion and You" Is Song.
Shaffer, Rosalind - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Aug 18, 1929
Start Page:E4
 Abstract (Document Summary)

"A grunion, an onion and you," is the week's suggestion for a theme song. Hollywood's flaming youth with a hearty appetite betook itself nightly to the beach all the way from Malibu, where the tents of the movie mighty are pitched, to the lower reaches of Hermosa beach to see the west coast's most celebrated freak fish come into the local shore for his once a year visit in the full moon. Life for many a New York stage star spending the first summer in Hollywood for the talkies was enlivened...

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