Cinema: Exemption

Contesting a Bureau of Internal Revenue claim that he owes $87,893 in additional income taxes and penalties for the years 1933-35, bland, artificial-footed British Cinemactor Herbert Marshall took to the Board of Tax Appeals a number of disputed items. Among them: "Payment of $227.05 to prevent the publication of an unfavorable story."


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