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C'mon, John. It's just the 1937 version of Photoshop. Or the wire is airbrushed out. Or there's an invisible pane of glass in the way. Or these particular cactus thorns are actually soft and blunt. Or it's not a toddler but a midget. Or it's a toddler on death row who they got to do this shot in exchange for amnesty. Or this is just life in the Southwest in 1937. I've heard tales ...

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