MR. SILENT HASKINS (1915) This is a Blackhawk/Killiam one-reel version of the original two-reel short starring William S. Hart. Paul Killiam narrates this silent film, and there is also a music track. 12 splices, mostly in the titles. 1969 B&W Eastman stock. $25 SOLD
100% SERVICE (1931) This is a Wonderland dupe of a fun George Burns and Gracie Allen comedy. Surprisingly, their characters are not married in this film. UM&M titles. No splices. 1974 B&W Eastman stock. $25
GLAD RAGS TO RICHES(1932) This is a Blackhawk print of this bizarre Shirley Temple/Baby Burlesque short where Shirley is a lounge singer and all the actors are toddlers who wear giant diapers. Two splices and one burned frame in the title. There is also one spot where the sprockets are a little stretched and it always makes the frame jump during projection. This 1976 B&W Eastman print has been cleaned with Film Renew. $20 SOLD
POLLY TIX IN WASHINGTON (1933) This is a Blackhawk print of a really bizarre Shirley Temple/Baby Burlesque short where Shirley plays a prostitute with a heart of gold who tries to seduce a toddler cowboy senator. You can't get more politically incorrect than this! The pre-print has quite a few lines, but excellent sharpness and sound. One splice in main title. 1974 B&W Eastman stock. $30
WHISPERING LIONS (1925) with Paul Parrott (incorrectly listed as Charlie Chase, he was really Chase's brother) and Harold Lloyd's leading lady Jobyna Ralston. This bizarre comedy has Parrott wearing a fat suit to cheat and enter a race for really overweight men. He grabs a ride on an ostrich(!) which ends up flying to the Middle East with him and Jobyna on its back. This might be a Charlie Tarbox print, as it has a music score. No splices in this Agfa print, but the preprint had several noticible lines. $40 SOLD
MARY TYLER MOORE: MY BROTHER'S KEEPER (1973) Great Mary Tyler Moore episode where Phyllis tries to fix up her brother with Mary, but is flabbergasted when he likes Rhoda better. One of the first TV episodes to openly portray a gay character. Printed on unknown stock with white leader at commercial breaks. The color has shifted purplish, but there is plenty of color left. $30
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