Charley Chase: The Hal Roach Talkies Volume One 1930-31

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Re: Charley Chase: The Hal Roach Talkies Volume One 1930-31

PostSat Jun 16, 2018 11:07 pm

We may be in another "page put up too soon" situation, but there's a page at Amazon for the Thelma Todd-Zasu Pitts comedies on DVD from Kit Parker, with cover art of a similar design to the Chase set:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DPFG4S6/re ... jBbPF2QE72" target="_blank
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Re: Charley Chase: The Hal Roach Talkies Volume One 1930-31

PostSun Jun 17, 2018 6:14 am

Great news!
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Re: Charley Chase: The Hal Roach Talkies Volume One 1930-31

PostSun Jun 17, 2018 7:07 pm

Just got my pre-order in - hopefully the price will drop a few times between now and October
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Re: Charley Chase: The Hal Roach Talkies Volume One 1930-31

PostMon Jun 18, 2018 4:26 pm

I wonder which is the typo...the cover stating it includes 1931-1932 films or the disc description which includes films from 1931 through 1933 (looks like all their films together).
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Re: Charley Chase: The Hal Roach Talkies Volume One 1930-31

PostThu Jun 21, 2018 5:45 am

colbyco82 wrote:I wonder which is the typo...the cover stating it includes 1931-1932 films or the disc description which includes films from 1931 through 1933 (looks like all their films together).


If you're talking about the Todd/Pitts set, it's 1931-1933. There's updated cover art on Amazon.
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