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EAN-130851968007347   EAN-13 barcode 0851968007347
UPC-A851968007347   UPC-A barcode 851968007347
Product NameComplete Hal Roach Thelma Todd and Patsy Kelly Comedy Collection (classicflix Silver Serie
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B07D2SWHJD
Price New20.98 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Run Time452 minutes
CastArthur Housman, Billy Gilbert, Charlie Hall, Patsy Kelly, Thelma Todd
Run Time452 minutes
Width5.4 inches    (convert)
Height0.6 inches    (convert)
Length7.6 inches    (convert)
Weight30 hundredths pounds    (convert)
BindingDvd
FormatBox set, Black & White, NTSC
Run Time452 minutes
Long DescriptionFor the first time on home video comes all 21 of Hal Roach's two-reelers starring the lovely Thelma Todd and the pugnacious Patsy Kelly. These timeless shorts showcase the incredible comedic talents of an unsung duo who simply wanted to make audiences laugh... and succeeded! In Hollywood, the laugh factory operated by Roach was known to one and all as "The Lot of Fun." Established in 1915, the studio hosted many of the familiar names in comedy at one time or another: Harold Lloyd, Charley Chase and the popular and iconic team of Laurel and Hardy.­ Determined to find the female equivalent of "The Boys," Roach paired Thelma Todd (already under contract and a veteran of several Chase shorts) with comic actress ZaSu Pitts. Thelma and ZaSu appeared in 17 shorts between 1931 and 1933 that were very popular with moviegoers, but their fruitful partnership ended when Pitts and Roach failed to come to terms on a new contract. After seeing comedienne Patsy Kelly in the stage production of Flying Colors, Roach agreed that she was the perfect replacement for ZaSu, and the new team of Todd-Kelly was soon putting out hilarious efforts like Babes in the Goods (1934), Maid in Hollywood (1934) and Top Flat (1935). All-American Toothache (1936) would be their final pairing as Todd's tragic death brought an end to the girls' entertaining partnership. Though efforts were made to jump-start the franchise with Pert Kelton and Lyda Roberti, the writing was on the wall where Roach's two-reelers were concerned as the producer soon transitioned solely to "streamliners" and feature films. SHORTS: (1933) Beauty and the Bus, Backs to Nature, Air Fright (1934) Babes in the Goods, Soup and Fish, Maid in Hollywood, I'll Be Suing You, Three Chumps Ahead, One-Horse Farmers, Opened by Mistake, Done in Oil, Bum Voyage (1935) Treasure Blues, Sing Sister Sing, The Tin Man, The Misses Stooge, Slightly Static, Twin Triplets, Hot Money, Top Flat (1936) An All-American Toothache BONUS FEATURES: - Patsy Kelly and Pert Kelton Short Pan Handlers (1936) - Patsy Kelly and Lyda Roberti Shorts At Sea Ashore and Hill-Tillies (both 1936)
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