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The Lost Films of
Laurel and Hardy

Volume Seven
(1927-1934)
 

Contents: Sailors Beware (1927), With Love and Hisses (1927), Should Married Men Go Home? (1928), Double Whoopee (1929) [modern talkie version], Unaccustomed As We Are (1929) [talkie version] and Mixed Nuts (1934).

2000 Hal Roach Studios DVD edition

The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, The Complete Collection, Volume Seven (1927-1934), black & white, 127 minutes total, not rated,
including Sailors Beware (1927), black & white, ? minutes, not rated, With Love and Hisses (1927), black & white, ? minutes, not rated, Should Married Men Go Home? (1928), black & white, ? minutes, not rated, Double Whoopee (1929) [modern talkie version], black & white, ? minutes, not rated, Unaccustomed As We Are (1929) [talkie version], black & white, ? minutes, not rated, and Mixed Nuts (1934), black & white, ? minutes, not rated.

Hal Roach Studios, HRS4797, UPC 0-14381-47972-0.
Full-frame 4:3 NTSC, one single-sided, single-layered DVD disc, Region 0, ? Mbps average video bit rate, ? kbps audio bit rate, Dolby Digital 2.0 mono sound, English language intertitles, no foreign language subtitles, chapter stops, snapper DVD case (reissued in standard DVD keepcase), $29.99.
DVD release date: 30 May 2000.
Country of origin: USA
We have not viewed the DVD. We have seen some of the films on laserdisc and VHS videotape, and we have seen other DVD releases in this series. Our hipshot opinion of the DVD, sight unseen, is that some films will look very good (transferred from the original 35mm negatives) and others may be passable at best, usually films transferred from the best surviving material in the possession of Hal Roach Studios.

Read our review of volume three in this series for an idea of what to expect from this release.

 
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Other silent era LAUREL AND HARDY films available on home video:
Early Silent Classics of Laurel and Hardy, Volume 1 (1922-1926)
Early Silent Classics of Laurel and Hardy, Volume 2 (1917-1926)
Early Silent Classics of Laurel and Hardy, Volume 3 (1924-1943)
Early Silent Classics of Laurel and Hardy, Volume 4 (1923-1926)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume One (1918-1929)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume Two (1923-1929)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume Three (1922-1929)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume Four (1924-1936)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume Five (1924-1929)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume Six (1923-1929)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume Eight (1923-1928)
The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy, Volume Nine (1926-1928)

Other SHORT COMEDY FILMS of the silent era available on home video.

 
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