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Slideshow

  • HOG WILD
  • THE CHIMP
  • BRATS
  • BERTH MARKS
PREVIOUSLY PLAYED

LAUREL & HARDY: 4 RESTORED SHORTS

11:00 AM

Sunday, April 1

April Fool’s Day show!

4 new restorations

Stan and Ollie star in four newly restored shorts: BRATS, THE CHIMP, HOG WILD, and BERTH MARKS.

Restored by UCLA Film & Television Archive. Hog Wild restored to its original Vitaphone aspect ratio. Brats and Berth Marks restored to their original Vitaphone soundtrack.
Lead funder and producer of the digital restorations: Jeff Joseph/SabuCat. All DCP. TOTAL PROGRAM: approx 84 min.

BERTH MARKS (1929)
Funding provided by The Packard Humanities Institute.  Preserved from a 35mm nitrate dupe negative and 1929 RCA sound discs.  Laboratory services by The Stanford Theatre Film Laboratory, Audio Mechanics, DJ Audio, Inc., Simon Daniel Sound.  Special thanks to Sonar Entertainment, Michael J. Sheridan, Lou Sabini, Ralph Celentano, Les Perkins. Approx. 19 min.​​

HOG WILD (1930)
Funding provided by the Laurel & Hardy Preservation Fund, including the support of many Sons of the Desert Tents.  Preserved from a 35mm nitrate 1930 picture work print, 35mm nitrate 1930 original camera negative, 35mm nitrate dupe negative (1945 reissue), and original 1930 Vitaphone discs.  Laboratory services by Pacific Title & Art Studio, UCLA Film & Television Archive, Fotokem, Audio Mechanics, DJ Audio, Inc., Simon Daniel Sound.  Special thanks to Sonar Entertainment. Approx. 19 min.​

BRATS (1930)
Funding for the original 1930 version provided by the Laurel & Hardy Preservation Fund, including the support of many Sons of the Desert Tents, The Packard Humanities Institute, and Jeff Joseph/SabuCat.  Preserved from a 35mm nitrate print (1935 Movietone reissue), 35mm nitrate fine grain master (1935 Movietone reissue), 35mm acetate dupe negative, and original 1930 Vitaphone discs. Laboratory services by The Stanford Theatre Film Laboratory, Roundabout Entertainment, Fotokem, Audio Mechanics, DJ Audio, Inc.  Special thanks to Gary Lacher, Steve Slocum, Jeff Joseph/SabuCat, Sonar Entertainment. Approx. 21 min.

THE CHIMP (1932)
Funding provided by The Packard Humanities Institute.  Preserved from a 35mm nitrate lavender picture master and a 35mm nitrate composite fine grain master.  Laboratory services by The Stanford Theatre Film Laboratory, Audio Mechanics, DJ Audio, Inc.  Special thanks to Sonar Entertainment, the Library of Congress. Approx. 25 min.

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