Product Tag - Hal Roach Studios

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    Big Business (Original)

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    Big Business (Original)

    Stan and Ollie play door-to-door Christmas tree salesmen in California. They end up getting into an escalating feud with grumpy would-be customer James Finlayson, with his home and their car being destroyed in the melee.
    This is 100% Genuine product.
    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $17.99
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    Dogs of War! (1923)

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    Dogs of War! (1923)

    The gang wages war using old vegetables as munitions. Later, they ruin a movie in progress when they double-expose the film.

    $25.00
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    The Fraidy Cat (1924)

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    The Fraidy Cat (1924)

    Jimmy Jump is a coward. Everyone and everything makes him afraid. He cowers from the neighborhood children, even though he’s old enough to be their father. He is terrified of Lem Tucker, who is his rival for the heart of Dorothy. Only when he mistakenly believes he is about to die does Jimmy find courage. But will it last?

    $25.00
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    The Rat's Knuckles (1925)

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    The Rat’s Knuckles (1925)

    Charley Chase is a hapless inventor with a better mouse trap in this silent comedy from 1925.

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    What's the World Coming To? (1926)

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    What’s the World Coming To? (1926)

    Short comedy which posits that in a hundred years men’s styles will revert to Regency garb, and that there will be a complete gender role reversal, with husband Clyde Cook staying home alone while wife Katherine Grant goes tomcatting around town.

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    Mama Behave (1926)

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    Mama Behave (1926)

    A man finds out that his wife wishes he would act more like his twin brother, so he decides to impersonate his twin in an attempt to determine his wife’s fidelity.

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    Now I'll Tell One (1927)

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    Now I’ll Tell One (1927)

    This film was presumed lost for a long time, until the second reel of this movie showed up again in the ’90’s. So half of the movie can be seen. It’s a fast paced slapstick comedy with also a good comical story about a man (Charley Chase) who is being prosecuted for shooting his wife (Edna Marion).

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    Pass the Gravy (1928)

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    Pass the Gravy (1928)

    Schultz raises prize chickens and roosters that are always getting into neighbor Max Davidson’s garden and eating the seeds, leading to constant feuding between the two men. When their children announce their engagement the two men decide to bury the hatchet and Davidson suggests a dinner at his house. He gives his young son, Ignatz, two dollars to buy a chicken but the boy pockets the money and kills Schultz’ first place rooster instead. Once seated at the table all but Schultz discover what they are eating and desperately try to hide the bad news from Schultz who is sure to kill Davidson if he knows the truth.

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    Railroadin' (1929)

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    Railroadin’ (1929)

    The gang is playing around the railroad station, and Joe and Chubby’s father, an engineer, lectures against the kids playing in such a dangerous area. True to his word, after Joe and Chubby’s father leaves, a crazy man starts a train with most of the kids on it, save for Farina who is nearly run over several times.
    Once Farina manages to climb aboard himself, the kids attempt to stop the runaway locomotive, but have no luck until the engine crashes into a grocery truck. As it turns out, however, the entire incident is revealed to be a dream Farina had as Joe and Chubby’s father lectured the kids about rail-yard safety.

    $25.00
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    Lazy Days (1929)

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    Lazy Days (1929)

    A lethargic Farina lounges about, waited upon by his girlfriend Trellis and half-minding his baby brother. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang are preparing their younger brothers and sisters for entry in a baby contest – including Joe’s unsubtle attempt to pass off eleven-year-old Chubby as an infant. When Farina learns about the contest, he slowly begins bathing and dressing his younger brother, only to learn from Joe on the way to the contest that whole thing was actually over a month ago.

    $25.00
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    Bouncing Babies (1929)

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    Bouncing Babies (1929)

    With Wheezer’s new baby brother getting all the attention, he tries to send the baby back.

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    Dollar Dizzy (1930)

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    Dollar Dizzy (1930)

    Charley and Thelma are millionaires, each trying to elude suitors who are trying to marry them for their money. Charlie gets word that a rich uncle has died, leaving him millions. Attorneys advise him to repair to a resort and avoid gold diggers. Once there, word spreads among the single women, and several try to ensnare him. At first he’s gullible, then he cottons on, so when Thelma, a wealthy young woman, mistakes him for a fortune hunter, he dismisses her as well. A manager’s error puts Charlie and Thelma in the same suite, and both think the other is prospecting. A dressing gown, radio, bare feet, pistol, keyhole, fountain pen, bedcovers, and a suspicious hotel detective join the mix-up. But wait, was the inheritance a mistake?

    $25.00
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