Hal Roach

and

Hal E. Roach Studios


full name: Harry Eugene Roach
first name legally changed to Hal during the 1910s
born Jan. 14, 1892, in Elmira, NY
died Nov. 2, 1992, in Bel Air, CA, of pneumonia


This filmography attempts to include all of the films that Hal Roach worked on, including those not made by his studio. It also attempts to include all of the films made by Hal E. Roach Studios, whether or not Roach himself was involved. The filmography is nearly complete up through the mid 1940s, thanks mostly to Rob Stone, who let me utilize his impressive list, and Richard Lewis Ward, who wrote A History Of The Hal Roach Studios, which includes an extensive filmography. I've also received quite a lot of help from Joe Moore, who has filled in some gaps and provided clarification for some of the information. The list below is the most complete that I've seen so far. It should be noted, however, that the TV era (from the late '40s into the early '60s) is far from complete. For some shows, I've been able to find a list of all the episodes, but not for others. Also, it isn't always clear whether a show was actually made by Roach's company, or simply renting studio space. For the purposes of this filmography, rental situations are not included, other than being briefly mentioned when known.


1913

Roach started as an extra with Universal in early 1913. He frequently appeared in westerns starring J. Warren Kerrigan. It was during this period that he met Harold Lloyd. Realizing that his acting abilities were limited, he began to take various non-acting assignments, and eventually served as assistant director on the Jeanie McPherson series of shorts. Presumably, Roach didn't limit his options to Universal, and turned up at a number of other studios.

unspecified title (technical advisor/extra role)
1913 - Universal

Roach advised on how the game of roulette was played, so as to make it realistic in the film. He remembered this as his first film.


1914

Roach continued to work as an extra for Universal and other studios, as well as occasional work behind the cameras. On July 23rd, he formed Rolin Film Company with partner Dan Linthicum (combining their names to form the company name), and a third partner, I. H. Nance, who was replaced on Aug. 17th by Dwight Whiting. Roach was elected president of the company. They hired Harold Lloyd to play the lead in the one-reel Willie Work series, with Jane Novak as his leading lady and Roy Stewart as the heavy. They also filmed two-reel dramas, with Stewart in the lead and Lloyd and Novak in support. Several films were made in the late summer and early fall before Lloyd defected to Keystone over a pay dispute. Roach briefly tried another comedian, but production ceased when funds ran dry, with the company still lacking a distributor. Roach then began directing comedies for Essanay, featuring such players as Bud Jamison and Snub Pollard.

The Squaw Man (presumed bit role)
Feb. 23, 1914 - Lasky - 6 reels
Also listed as Feb. 15, 1914. Filmed Dec. 29, 1913, to at least Jan. 20, 1914. ©Feb. 18, 1914.
Samson aka Samson And Delilah (extra role: Philistine)
Apr. 30, 1914 - Universal - 4 reels

Also listed as a 6 reeler. Roach remembered it as a 3 reeler.

The Patchwork Girl Of Oz (supporting role: The Cowardly Lion/extra role: Hottentot)
Sep. 28, 1914 - Oz/Paramount - 5 reels

Listed in the credits as Al Roach. Filmed June to July 1914. Privately screened July 18, 1914. This private screening has also been dated Aug. 6, 1914. ©Oct. 5, 1914. Reissued in 1919 as The Ragged Girl Of Oz.

The Magic Cloak Of Oz (small role: The Cowardly Lion)
Sep. 28, 1914 - Oz/Paramount - 5 reels

The Hoosier Schoolmaster (assistant director)
Nov. 9, 1914 - Masterpiece/Alliance - 5 reels

Damon And Pythias (presumed extra role)
Nov. 23, 1914 - Universal - 6 reels

Listed by at least one source.

undetermined titles (producer/director)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #1, #2 and #4

Filmed July and August 1914.

A Duke For A Day (producer/director)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #3 - Willie Work series
Filmed July and/or August 1914.

A Daubbo (producer)
unreleased - Rolin
Filmed in 1914. Comedy featuring unknown comedian.

A Self Made Nut (producer/director)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #5 - Willie Work series

Filmed July and/or August 1914.

The Fall Of Lady Sampson (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #6 - Willie Work series

Filmed Sep. 19 to 22, 1914.

A Shrine For A Dime (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #7 - Willie Work series

Filmed Sep. 23 to 25, and Sep. 28, 1914.

A Barber For A Day (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #8 - Willie Work series

Filmed Sep. 26 to 28, and Oct. 5, 1914.

A Dusty Romance (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #9 - Willie Work series

Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 5, 1914.

Troubles Of The Work Family (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #10 - Willie Work series

Filmed Oct. 15 to 19, 1914 with retakes Oct. 22, and Oct. 29 to 30, 1914.

Opium Fire (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #11 - Willie Work series

Filmed Oct. 19, 1914.

Two Bum Heroes aka Two Born Heroes (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #12 - Willie Work series

Filmed Oct. 20 to 21, 1914. Starring Danny Linthicum and Dickie Rawson.

A Smell There Was (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #14 - Willie Work series

Filmed Oct. 27 to 29, 1914.

Willie Works The Harem (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - 1 reel - prod. #15 - Willie Work series

Filmed Oct. 29 to 31, 1914.


1915

Roach was directing comedies for Essanay when business partner Dwight Whiting succeeded in getting Pathé Exchange interested in distributing the Rolin product. Pathé distributed only one Willie Work short, "Just Nuts," and wanted Rolin to reunite the three principles, but only Lloyd was available. Pathé was able to pick and choose which films they distributed, with Rolin turning over the rest to Motion Picture Specialties Corporation, which found other distribution for a handful of the remaining films. During the summer, the company leased facilities owned by Norbig Film Manufacturing Company at 1745-51 Alessandro Street in Edendale. Lloyd developed the Lonesome Luke character during the course of the year, and was joined in July by Bebe Daniels and Snub Pollard. Dee Lampton joined the Roach stock company late in the year. In October, Pathé committed to a long-term contract to distribute the Luke series. It should be noted that Pathé released four films in 1915, "Lonesome Luke" (June 7), "Once Every Ten Minutes" (July 12), "Soaking The Clothes" (Aug. 9) and "Pressing His Suit" (Aug. 23) that were not made by Rolin Film Company, even though they've been long attributed to the Lonesome Luke series. IMDb corrects this error, but credits Roach as an 'unconfirmed' director.

Willie Runs The Pack aka Willie Runs The Park (producer/director)
Jan. 2, 1915 - Rollin/Warner's - 1 reel - prod. #13 - Willie Work series

Also listed as Feb. 1915. Filmed Oct. 23 to 24, 1914.

Pete The Pedal Polisher (producer/director)
Jan. 30, 1915 - Rolin - 1 reel - Willie Work series

Close-Cropped Clippings (producer/director)
Jan. 30, 1915 - Rolin - 1 reel - Willie Work series

Beyond His Fondest Hopes (producer/director)
Jan. 30, 1915 - Rolin - 1 reel - Willie Work series

Just Nuts (producer/director)
Apr. 19, 1915 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - Willie Work series

Filmed in 1914.

From Italy's Shores (producer)
May 19, 1915 - Rolin/Universal - 2 reels - Roy Stewart and Jane Novak series

Filmed in 1914. ©May 13, 1915. Drama.

Into The Light (producer/director)
June 17, 1915 - Rolin/Rex/Universal - 2 reels - Roy Stewart and Jane Novak series

©June 10, 1915. According to IMDb, this is the same film as The Hungry Actors.

Filmed in 1914. Drama.

Why The Boarders Left (producer)
1915 - Rolin/MINA/General - 1 reel

Filmed in 1914. Comedy. Rolin received no credit or royalties for this film.

various films (producer)
undetermined release dates - Rolin/Pathé - prod. C-1 through C-4 - George Whiting series

C-1 - Filmed Feb. 18 to 27, 1915.

C-2 - Filmed Mar. 4 to 6, and Mar. 9, 1915.

C-3 - Filmed Mar. 10 to 15, 1915.

C-4 - Filmed Mar. 15 to 22, 1915.

various films (producer)
undetermined release dates - Rolin/Pathé - prod. D-1 through D-3

D-1 - Filmed Jan. 20 to 30, and Feb. 4, 6 and 8, 1915.

D-2 - Filmed Feb. 5 to 6, and Feb. 10 and 12, 1915.

D-3 - Filmed Feb. 25 to 27, 1915, with retakes Mar. 1, 8 and 13, 1915.

Powder Monkeys (producer)
1915 - Rolin/Pathé - prod. C-5 - George Whiting series

Filmed Mar. 20 to 24, 1915. Might not have been released.

Spitball Sadie aka Spit-Ball Sadie (producer/director)
July 26, 1915 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-1 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed for July 31. Filmed June 15 to 16, 1915, with retakes June 25, 1915.

Street Fakers aka Street Fakirs (director)
Aug. 5, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©July 27, 1925.

Tale Of A Tire (director)
Aug. 19, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©Aug. 3, 1915.

The Drug Clerk (director)
Aug. 26, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©Aug. 12, 1915.

Terribly Stuck Up (producer/director)
Aug. 28, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-2 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed June 22, 25, and 26, 1915.

A Mixup For Mazie (producer/director)
Sep. 6, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-4 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 3, and July 8 to 10, 1915.

Mustaches And Bombs (director)
Sep. 16, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©Aug. 31, 1915.

Some Baby (producer/director)
Sep. 20, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-5 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 12 to 17, and July 20, 1915.

Off For A Boat Ride (director)
Sep. 30, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©Sep. 18, 1915.

Fresh From The Farm (producer/director)
Oct. 4, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-6 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 22 and 24, 1915.

All Stuck Up (unconfirmed director)
Oct. 14, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©Oct. 1, 1915.

The Greater Courage (producer)
Oct. 21, 1915 - Rolin/Universal - 2 reels - Roy Stewart and Jane Novak series

Filmed in 1914. ©Oct. 14, 1915.

Fun At A Ball Game (unconfirmed director)
Oct. 28, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©Oct. 14, 1915.

Giving Them Fits (producer/director)
Nov. 1, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-9 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Aug. 14, 1915.

Bughouse Bellhops (producer/director)
Nov. 8, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-13 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Sep. 14 to Oct. 1, 1915.

Cupid's Bath (unconfirmed director)
Nov. 11, 1915 - Essanay/General - 1 reel

©Oct. 30, 1915.

Tinkering With Trouble (producer/director)
Nov. 17, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-10 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Aug. 26 to Sep. 9, 1915.

Great While It Lasted (producer/director)
Nov. 24, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-8 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed for Nov. 22, 1915. Filmed Aug. 10 and 14, 1915.

Ragtime Snap Shots (producer/director)
Dec. 1, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-14 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed for Nov. 29, 1915. Filmed Sep. 23 to Oct. 1, 1915.

A Foozle At The Tee Party (producer/director)
Dec. 8, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-7 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 29, July 31, Aug. 2 to 4, Aug. 9 to 10, and Aug. 14, 1915. Shipped to Pathé on Aug. 30, 1915. This was the first Luke film to include Bebe Daniels and Snub Pollard in its cast.

Ruses, Rhymes And Roughnecks (producer/director)
Dec. 15, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-3 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed June 28 to July 3, 1915.

Peculiar Patients' Pranks (producer/director)
Dec. 22, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-11 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 18, 1915.

Lonesome Luke, Social Gangster (producer)
Dec. 29, 1915 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-12 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Sep. 9 to Oct. 1, 1915.


1916

Rolin moved production in March to Pacific Laboratories on Santa Monica Boulevard. In April, they attempted to hire Arnold Novello, better known as Toto, to star in his own series, but he was unavailable. In June, Rolin launched rotund side player Dee Lampton into his own series, and gave him the ironic nickname Skinny. In August, the Lonesome Luke series graduated to 2-reel status. Filming on the Skinny series ended in November, and Lampton returned to the Rolin stock company. Late in the year, Rolin rented a vacant lot on Olive Street for their location work, and by the end of the year, they had moved their main operation to the Bradbury mansion at 406 Court Street. IMDb lists three Jimmy Aubrey comedies plus a film called "Jailed" as Rolin and Phunphilm films. All indications are that Aubrey was in New York throughout 1916 and never did a series for Roach.

Lonesome Luke Leans To The Literary (producer/director)
Jan. 5, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-16 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 11, 1915.

Luke Lugs Luggage (producer/director)
Jan. 12, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-15 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Oct. 23 to Nov. 6, 1915.

Luke Lolls In Luxury aka Lonesome Luke Lolls In Luxury (producer/director)
Jan. 19, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-17 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Nov. 5 to Dec. 10, 1915.

Luke, The Candy Cut-Up (producer/director)
Jan. 31, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-19 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Nov. 22 to Dec. 8, 1915.

Luke Foils The Villain (producer/director)/dt>
Feb. 16, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-18 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed as Feb. 14, 1916. Filmed Nov. 15 to Dec. 1, 1915.

Luke And The Rural Roughnecks (producer/director)
Mar. 1, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-20 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Nov. 30 to Dec. 15, 1915.

Luke Pipes The Pippins (producer/director)
Mar. 15, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-21 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Dec. 7 to 29, 1915.

Lonesome Luke, Circus King (producer/director)
Mar. 29, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-24 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Jan. 8 to 27, 1916.

Luke's Double (producer/director)
Apr. 12, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-23 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Dec. 24, 1915, to Jan. 19, 1916.

Them Was The Happy Days! (producer/director)
Apr. 26, 1916 - Phunphilms/Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-22 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Dec. 18, 1915, to Jan. 12, 1916.

Luke And The Bomb Throwers (producer/director)
May 8, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-26 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Jan. 22 to Feb. 11, 1916.

Luke's Late Lunchers (producer/director)
May 22, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-25 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Jan. 15 to Feb. 5, 1916.

Luke Laughs Last (producer/director)
June 5, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-27 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Jan. 29 to Feb. 17, 1916.

Luke's Fatal Flivver (producer/director)
June 19, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-28 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Feb. 7 to 22, 1916.

Luke's Society Mix-Up (producer/director)
June 26, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-29 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Feb. 16 to Mar. 1, 1916.

Luke's Washful Waiting (producer/director)
July 3, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. P-30 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Feb. 22 to Mar. 2, 1916.

Luke Rides Roughshod aka Luke Rides Rough-Shod (producer/director)
July 10, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-1 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Mar. 14 to 21, 1916.

Luke, Crystal Gazer (producer/director)
July 24, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-2 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Mar. 24 to 31, 1916.

Luke's Lost Lamb (producer/director)
Aug. 7, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-3 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Mar. 31 to Apr. 5, 1916.

Luke Does The Midway (producer/director)
Aug. 21, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-4 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Apr. 6 to 12, 1916.

Luke Joins The Navy (producer/director)
Sep. 3, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-6 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed for Sep. 4, 1916. Filmed Apr. 17 to 21, Apr. 24, Apr. 26 and May 2, 1916.

Luke And The Mermaids (producer/director)
Sep. 17, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-7 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed for Sep. 18, 1916. Filmed Apr. 27 to May 3, 1916.

Luke's Speedy Club Life (producer/director)
Oct. 1, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-8 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed May 3 to 6, 1916.

Luke And The Bangtails aka Luke And The Bang-Tails (producer/director)
Oct. 15, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-5 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Apr. 13 to 17, Apr. 22, Apr. 24 and May 19, 1916.

Luke The Chauffeur (producer/director)
Oct. 29, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-9 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed May 9 to 15, 1916.

Luke's Preparedness Preparations (producer/director)
Nov. 5, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-10 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed May 15 to 18, 1916.

Luke The Gladiator aka Luke, Gladiator (producer/director)
Nov. 12, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-11 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed May 22 to 27, 1916.

Luke, Patient Provider (producer/director)
Nov. 19, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-12 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed May 31 to June 3, 1916.

Luke's Newsie Knockout (producer/director)
Nov. 26, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-14 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed June 5 to 12, and June 19, 1916.

Luke's Movie Muddle (producer/director)
Dec. 3, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-15 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed June 13 to 17, 1916. Also known as Luke's Model Movie amd Director Of The Cinema.

Luke, Rank Impersonator (producer/director)
Dec. 10, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-16 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed June 20 to 23, 1916.

Luke's Fireworks Fizzle (producer/director)
Dec. 17, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-17 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed June 26 to July 1, and Sep. 15, 1916.

Luke Locates The Loot (producer/director)
Dec. 24, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-18 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 6 to 10, 1916.

Luke's Shattered Sleep (producer/director)
Dec. 31, 1916 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-19 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 11 to 15, 1916.


1917

In February, Roach went to New York to film the pilot for a new Toto series starring Arnold Novello, which went into regular production in Los Angeles in May. In June, the Lonesome Luke series was discontinued in favor of a new Harold Lloyd series in which he wore the lensless glasses with which most people associate him. While the Luke comedies had been two-reelers, this new series tentatively reverted to the one-reel format. In October, a dispute between Roach and Lloyd resulted in a short being filmed that featured sidekick Snub Pollard.

Luke's Lost Liberty (producer/director)
Jan. 7, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-20 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed as Jan. 17, 1917. Filmed July 18 to 22, 1916.

Scheemer Skinny's Schemes (producer)
Jan. 14, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. B-1 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Originally prod. A-13. Filmed June 5 to 10, June 17, and Aug. 28 to Sep. 2, 1916.

Luke's Busy Day (producer/director)
Jan. 21, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-21 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 24 to 29 and Aug. 5, 1916.

Drama's Dreadful Deal (producer)
Jan. 28, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. B-4 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Filmed July 31 to Aug. 5, 1916.

Luke's Trolley Troubles (producer/director)
Feb. 4, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-22 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed July 31 to Aug. 5, 1916.

Skinny's Love Tangle (producer)
Feb. 11, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - split reel - prod. B-2 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Also known as Skinny's Love Triangle. Filmed July 17 to 22, 1916.

Scheemer Skinny's Scandal (producer)
Feb. 11, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - split reel - prod. B-3 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Filmed July 24 to 28, 1916.

Lonesome Luke, Lawyer (producer/director)
Feb. 18, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-23 - Lonesome Luke series

Also listed for Feb. 8, 1917. Filmed Aug. 7 to 15, Aug. 18 and Sep 29, 1916.

Luke Wins Ye Ladye Faire (producer/director)
Feb. 25, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. A-24 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Aug. 16 to 22, 1916.

Skinny Routs A Robber (producer)
Mar. 11, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - split reel - prod. B-8 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Filmed Sep. 14 to 28, 1916.

Lonesome Luke's Lively Life (producer/director)
Mar. 18, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-25 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Aug. 28 to Sep. 11, 1916. ©Mar. 16, 1917. Presumably, this is the title listed on IMDb as "Lonesome Luke's Lovely Rifle."

Skinny Gets A Goat (producer)
Mar. 25, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - split reel - prod. B-5 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Filmed Aug. 7 to 15, Sep. 4 and Sep. 6, 1916.

Skinny's False Alarm (producer)
Apr. 1, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - split reel - prod. B-6 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Filmed Aug. 16 to 26, Oct. 12 to 14, Oct. 16, and Nov. 13, 1916.

Skinny's Ship-Wrecked Sand-Witch (producer)
Apr. 1, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - split reel - prod. B-7 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Filmed Sep. 7 to 12, 1916.

Lonesome Luke On Tin Can Alley (producer/director)
Apr. 15, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-31 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Dec. 18 to 23, Dec. 27, and Dec. 30, 1916 to Jan. 6, 1917. ©Mar. 16, 1917.

Lonesome Luke's Honeymoon (producer/director)
May 20, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-27 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Oct. 3 to 18, 1916. ©Mar. 16, 1917.

Lonesome Luke, Plumber (producer/director)
June 17, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-28 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Oct. 20 to Nov. 8, 1916. ©June 7, 1917.

Stop! Luke! Listen! (producer/direction credit)
July 15, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-29 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Nov. 9 to 11, and Nov. 15 to 26, 1916. ©June 7, 1917.

Lonesome Luke, Messenger (producer/director)
Aug. 5, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-34 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Feb. 16 to Mar. 7, 1917. ©June 27, 1917.

Lonesome Luke, Mechanic (producer/director)
Aug. 19, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-26 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Sep. 13 to 29, and Nov. 14, 1916. ©June 27, 1917.

Lonesome Luke's Wild Women (producer/director)
Sep. 2, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-30 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Nov. 27 to 29, and Dec. 6 to 14, 1916. ©Aug. 8, 1917.

Over the Fence (producer)
Sep. 9, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-1 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 7 to 19, 1917. ©Aug. 25, 1917. Reissued Sep. 4, 1921.

Lonesome Luke Loses Patients (producer/director)
Sep. 16, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-32 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Jan. 8 to 16, and Jan. 21 to 27, 1917. ©Aug. 25, 1917.

Pinched (producer)
Sep. 23, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-2 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 22 to July 3, 1917. ©Aug. 25, 1917.

By The Sad Sea Waves (producer)
Sep. 30, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-3 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 7 to 20, 1917. ©Sep. 12, 1917. Reissued Aug. 28, 1921.

Lonesome Luke In Birds Of A Feather (producer/director)
Oct. 7, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-36 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Mar. 26 to Apr. 7, 1917. ©Sep. 12, 1917.

Bliss (producer)
Oct. 14, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-5 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 31 to Aug. 6, 1917. ©Oct. 8, 1917. Reissued July 14, 1921.

Lonesome Luke In From London To Laramie (producer/director)
Oct. 21, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-35 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Mar. 8 to 24, and June 5, 1917. ©Oct. 8, 1917.

Boarder Busters (producer)
Oct. 21, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - split reel - prod. B-9 - Skinny series with Dee Lampton

Filmed Sep. 28 to Oct. 4, and Oct. 8 to 10, 1916.

Rainbow Island (producer)
Oct. 28, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reels - prod. L-4 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 23 to 30, 1917. ©Oct. 8, 1917. Reissued Aug. 14, 1921.

Lonesome Luke In Love, Laughs And Lather (producer/director)
Nov. 4, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-33 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Jan. 29 to Feb. 14, 1917. ©Oct. 19, 1917.

The Flirt (producer)
Nov. 11, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-6 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Aug. 7 to 15, 1917. Shipped to Pathé Sep. 5, 1917. ©Oct. 19, 1917. Reissued July 24, 1921.

Lonesome Luke In When Clubs Are Trump aka Lonesome Luke In Clubs Are Trumps (producer/director)
Nov. 18, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-37 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed Apr. 9 to 25, Apr. 30, May 1 and May 9, 1917. ©Oct. 20, 1917.

All Aboard (producer)
Nov. 25, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-7 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Aug. 16 to 25, 1917. Shipped to Pathé Sep. 14, 1917. ©Oct. 20, 1917. Reissued July 31, 1921 as two-thirds reel.

Lonesome Luke In We Never Sleep (producer/director)
Dec. 2, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-38 - Lonesome Luke series

Filmed May 4 to 5, and May 10 to June 2, 1917. ©Oct. 20, 1917.

Move On (producer)
Dec. 9, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-8 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Aug. 27 to Sep. 1, 1917. ©Nov. 5, 1917. Reissued Aug. 21, 1921.

Bashful (producer)
Dec. 23, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-9 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 11, 1917. Also listed as L-10. ©Nov. 5, 1917. Reissued Sep. 18, 1921.

Step Lively (producer)
Dec. 30, 1917 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-11 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Sep. 21 to Oct. 1, 1917. ©June 24, 1918.


1918

Early in the year, the Los Angeles Fire Department ordered film production to cease on the vacant lot on Olive Street. In March, there was another contract dispute between Roach and Lloyd, resulting in Alf Goulding filling in for Lloyd in his latest short. On April 4th, Dwight Whiting sold his stock in the company to Roach, leaving the latter without a business partner. In May, the Toto series was discontinued and Stan Laurel was signed on to star in his own series. Unfortunately, the Laurel series fared even worse and expired in July.

The Tip (producer)
Jan. 6, 1918 - RolinPathé - 1 reel - prod. L-10 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Sep. 11 to 20, 1917. Also listed as L-9. ©Dec. 8, 1917. Reissued Aug. 7, 1921.

The Movie Dummy aka The Movie Mummy (producer/director)
Jan. 13, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. T-1 - Toto series

Filmed May 29 to June 23, July 19, July 27, and Aug. 20 to 22, 1917.

The Big Idea (producer)
Jan. 20, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-12 - Harold Lloyd series

Also listed for Dec. 30, 1917. Filmed Oct. 2 to 9, 1917. ©June 1, 1918. Reissued Feb. 19, 1922.

The Lamb aka The Goat (producer)
Feb. 3, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-14 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Oct. 22 to 27, and Oct. 31 to Nov. 3, 1917. Reissued Feb. 5, 1922.

Hello Teacher (producer)
Feb. 10, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-13

Filmed Oct. 10 to 20, 1917. ©Mar. 4 and 22, 1918. Featuring Snub Pollard.

Hit Him Again aka Hit 'Em Again (producer)
Feb. 17, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-18 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Nov. 21 to Dec. 1, 1917. Reissued Mar. 26, 1922.

Toto In One Night Only aka One Night Stand (producer/co-director/writer)
Feb. 24, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. T-4 - Toto series

Filmed Oct. 6 to 10, Oct. 17 to 26, and Oct. 30, 1917.

Beat It (producer)
Feb. 24, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-16 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Nov. 3 to 12, 1917. Reissued Apr. 2, 1922.

A Gasoline Wedding (producer)
Mar. 3, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-17 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Nov. 13 to 20, 1917. Originally scheduled for release on Feb. 10, 1918. Reissued July 30, 1922.

Look Pleasant, Please (producer)
Mar. 10, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-19 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 3 to 8, 1917. ©Mar. 4 and 22, 1918. Reissued Dec. 11, 1921.

Toto In Fare Please aka Fare Please (producer)
Mar. 17, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. T-3 - Toto series

Also listed for Mar. 20, 1918. Filmed Aug. 3 to 17, Sep. 17 to Oct. 3, and Oct. 31 to Nov. 9, 1917.

Here Come The Girls (producer)
Mar. 17, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-20 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 10 to 17, 1917. ©Mar. 4 and 22, 1918. Reissued Feb. 26, 1922.

Let's Go (producer)
Mar. 24, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-15 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Oct. 29 to Nov. 3, 1917. Reissued Aug. 13, 1922.

On The Jump (producer)
Mar. 31, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-21 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 18 to 28, 1917. ©Mar. 4 and 22, 1918. Reissued Mar. 5, 1922.

Follow The Crowd (producer)
Apr. 7, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-25 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 24 to 29, 1918. ©June 24, 1918. Reissued May 7, 1922.

Pipe The Whiskers (producer)
Apr. 14, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-27 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 8 to 11, 1918. ©June 24, 1918. Reissued Apr. 30, 1922.

It's A Wild Life (producer)
Apr. 21, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-26 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 30 to Feb. 7, 1918. ©June 8, 1918. Reissued Aug. 20, 1922.

His Busy Day (producer)
Apr. 28, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. T-6 - Toto series

Filmed Dec. 5 to 21, 1917, Dec. 26, 1917, to Jan. 6, 1918, Jan. 19, 22, and Feb. 11, 1918. ©June 24, 1918.

Hey There! (producer)
Apr. 28, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-22 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 29, 1917, to Jan. 11, and Jan. 21 to 22, 1918. ©June 1, 1918. Reissued Mar. 19, 1922.

Kicked Out (producer)
May 5, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-23 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 9 to 17, 1918. ©June 1, 1918.

The Non-Stop Kid (producer)
May 12, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-24 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 17 to 23, 1918. ©June 1, 1918. Reissued Jan. 15, 1922.

Two Gun Gussie (producer)
May 19, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-29 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 18 to 19, and Feb. 24 to Mar. 3, 1918. ©June 1, 1918. Reissued Dec. 18, 1921.

The Junkman (producer)
May 26, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. T-2 - Toto series

Filmed June 27 to Aug. 1, and Aug. 7 and 21, 1917. Originally scheduled for release Feb. 17, 1918.

Fireman Save My Child (producer)
May 26, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-31 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Mar. 22, and Mar. 25 to 30, 1918. ©June 1, 1918. Reissued Dec. 25, 1921. Also listed as LG-31.

The City Slicker (producer)
June 2, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-32 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Apr. 2 to 9, and Apr. 13 and 19, 1918. ©June 1, 1918. Reissued Aug. 6, 1922.

Sic 'Em, Towser (producer)
June 9, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-28 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 12 to 16, 1918. ©June 8, 1918. Reissued Dec. 24, 1922.

Somewhere In Turkey (producer)
June 16, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-33 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Apr. 9 to 13, 1918. ©June 24, 1918. Reissued Dec. 4, 1921.

Cleopatsy aka The Cleo Proxy (producer/director)
June 23, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. T-8 - Toto series

Also listed for June 15, 1918. Filmed Mar. 4, Mar. 14 to 30, and Apr. 4, 1918. ©June 8, 1918.

Are Crooks Dishonest? (producer)
June 23, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-34 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Apr. 15 to 19, 1918. ©June 8, 1918. Reissued July 11, 1926.

The Furniture Movers (producer)
June 30, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. T-9 - Toto series

Filmed Apr. 5 to 9, 1918. ©June 24, 1918. This film probably included leftover footage from previous productions.

An Ozark Romance (producer)
July 7, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-35 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Apr. 22 to 30, 1918. ©June 8, 1918. Reissued Apr. 16, 1922.

Fire The Cook aka The Dippy Daughter (producer)
July 14, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. T-5 - Toto series

Both this film and production T-7 were filmed Nov. 12 to Dec. 1, Dec. 22 to 27, 1917, and Mar. 25, 1918. This film was probably shot as a two-reeler and reduced to a one-reeler, with footage probably being transferred to production T-7.

Kicking The Germ Out Of Germany (producer)
July 21, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-39 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed May 22 to 30, 1918. ©July 15, 1918. Reissued Nov. 12, 1922.

Beach Nuts (producer/director)
July 28, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. T-13 - Toto series

Filmed Apr. 29 to May 1, 1918. ©June 24, 1918. This film probably included leftover footage from previous productions.

That's Him (producer)
Aug. 4, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-36 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed May 1 to 6, 1918. ©July 23, 1918. Reissued Jan. 22, 1922.

Do Husbands Deceive? (producer/director)
Aug. 11, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. T-12 - Toto series

Filmed Apr. 22 to 27, 1918. ©June 24, 1918. This film probably included leftover footage from previous productions.

Bride And Gloom (producer)
Aug. 18, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-37 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed May 7 to 14, 1918. ©June 24, 1918. Reissued Apr. 23, 1922.

Nipped In The Bud (producer)
Aug. 25, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - Toto series

Also listed for Dec. 8, 1918. ©July 15, 1918. This unnumbered production was probably made up of footage left over from previous productions.

Two Scrambled (producer)
Sep. 1, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-38 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed May 16 to 21, 1918. ©July 15, 1918. Reissued Sep. 24, 1922.

The Dippy Daughter aka Hurry Back (producer)
Sep. 8, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - prod. T-7 - Toto series

Also listed for Sep. 28, 1918. Both this film and production T-5 were filmed Jan. 10 to 26, Feb. 12 to 19, Feb. 24 to Mar. 1, Mar. 8 to 14, Mar. 18, 21 and 26, 1918. It's probable that footage from the shortened T-5 was transferred to this film.

Bees In His Bonnet (producer)
Sep. 15, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-40 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed May 31 to June 6, 1918. ©July 23, 1918. Reissued Nov. 12, 1922.

The Great Water Peril aka Poor Clarine (producer)
Sep. 22, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - prod. T-11 - Toto series

Filmed Apr. 16 to 20, 1918. ©July 23, 1918. This film probably included leftover footage from previous productions.

Swing Your Partners (producer)
Sep. 29, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-41 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 6 to 12, 1918. ©July 23, 1918. Reissued May 14, 1922.

No Place Like Jail (producer)
Oct. 1, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. R-4 - Stan Laurel series

Also listed for Oct. 7, 1918. Filmed July 1 to 6, and July 12, 1918. This according to Rob Stone's list. According to his book, the initial filming was from the 1st to the 5th. ©Sep. 27, 1918.

Why Pick on Me? (producer)
Oct. 13, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-44 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 25 to 29, 1918. ©Aug. 10, 1918. Reissued May 21, 1922.

Nothing But Trouble (producer)
Nov. 17, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-43 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 19 to 24, 1918. ©Sep. 27, 1918. Originally scheduled for released Oct. 27, 1918. Reissued June 4, 1922.

An Enemy Of Soap (producer/director)
Nov. 24, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. T-14 - Toto series

Also listed for Oct. 20, 1918, and Nov. 6, 1918. Filmed May 7 to 15, 1918. ©July 23, 1918. This film probably included leftover footage from previous productions.

Hear 'Em Rave (producer)
Dec. 1, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-42 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 13 to 18, 1918. ©Aug. 10, 1918. Reissued Aug. 27, 1922.

Just Rambling Along (producer/director)
Dec. 8, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. R-2 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed June 18 to 22, 1918. ©Sep. 27, 1918. Originally scheduled for release Nov. 3, 1918.

Take A Chance (producer)
Dec. 15, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-45 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 1 to 7, 1918. ©Nov. 21, 1918. Reissued Jan. 8, 1922.

Check Your Baggage (producer/co-director)
Dec. 22, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. T-10 - Toto series

Also listed for Aug. 25, 1918, and Nov. 17, 1918. Filmed Apr. 9 to 15, 1918. ©Aug. 10, 1918. This film probably included leftover footage from previous productions.

She Loves Me Not (producer)
Dec. 29, 1918 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-47 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 17 to 20, 1918. ©Nov. 21, 1918. Reissued Jan. 29, 1922.


1919

In April, the Harold Lloyd series expanded to a new two-reel format. In June, Lloyd leading lady Bebe Daniels left the series and was replaced by Mildred Davis. The series came to an abrupt halt on Aug. 24th, when Lloyd suffered a severe injury to his right hand, losing the thumb and forefinger, while posing for photographs with what he thought was an inactive prop bomb. Two days later, a new series of one-reelers called 'Rolin Comedies' was inaugurated, if only to keep the staff employed. These comedies initially starred Snub Pollard, but over the years, they included most of the one-reelers made by the company, regardless of the star. Pollard's sidekick in these initial comedies was child actor Ernie "Sunshine Sammy" Morrison, who had arrived at the studio shortly before the accident, and was signed to a long-term contract on Sep. 1st. Correspondence between Roach and Pathé executive Fred Quimby during this period reveals that Roach wanted to start a series of 'coon' pictures, no doubt starring Morrison. The head of Pathé in the US, Paul Brunet, vetoed this idea on the premise that 'kid' series were generally not successful. Roach had to content himself with featuring Morrison in the Pollard series, which was advertised as though the two were a comedy team. On Sep. 2nd, tragedy struck again when Dee Lampton, who had previously starred in his own series, died of a ruptured appendix. In November, construction began on Hal E. Roach Studios in Culver City. The land was provided for free by Harry Culver, who was trying to attract movie studios to his city. One contemporary publication places the beginning of the Roach studio on November 8th, which may or may not have been the first day of construction. Lloyd returned to work at the end of the year.

Do You Love Your Wife? (producer/director)
Jan. 5, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. R-1 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed June 11 to 15, 1918. ©Nov. 21, 1918.

Wanted $5,000 (producer)
Jan. 12, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-48 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 22 to 26, 1918, as well as during the week of Aug. 10, 1918. ©Nov. 21, 1918. Reissued June 25, 1922.

Love's Young Scream (producer)
Jan. 19, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-30

Alf Goulding played the lead in place of the absent Harold Lloyd. Filmed Mar. 4 to 19, and Mar. 23, 1918. ©Dec. 4, 1918. Also listed as LG-30.

Going! Going! Gone! (producer/writer)
Jan. 26, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-46 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 8 to 16, and Aug. 30, 1918. ©Dec. 4, 1918. Reissued July 23, 1922.

Hustling For Health (producer)
Feb. 2, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. R-5 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed July 6 to 11, and July 13, 1918. ©Dec. 17, 1918.

Ask Father (producer/director)
Feb. 9, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-50 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 30 to Aug. 1, 1918, as well as during the week of Aug. 10, 1918. ©Dec. 17, 1918. Reissued May 28, 1922.

Toto's Troubles (producer/director)
Feb. 16, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - Toto series

©Jan. 31, 1919. This unnumbered production was probably made up of footage left over from previous productions.
On The Fire (producer/director)
Feb. 23, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-51 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Aug. 12 to 20, 1918. ©Dec. 4, 1918. Reissued Mar. 12, 1922.

Hoot Mon! (producer/director)
Mar. 2, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. R-3 - Stan Laurel series

Also listed for Mar. 1, 1919. Filmed June 24 to 29, 1918. ©Jan. 23, 1919.

I'm On My Way (producer)
Mar. 9, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-49 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 27 to 29, 1918, as well as during the week of Aug. 10, 1918. ©Jan. 23, 1919. Reissued Nov. 19, 1922.

Look Out Below! (producer/director)
Mar. 16, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-52 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 8, 1918. ©Dec. 4, 1918. Reissued Feb. 12, 1922.

The Dutiful Dub (producer)
Mar. 23, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-53 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Aug. 20 to 23, 1918. ©Jan. 23, 1919. Reissued Jan. 17, 1923.

Next Aisle Over (producer)
Mar. 30, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-54 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Aug. 24 to 30, 1918. ©Dec. 17, 1918. Reissued Apr. 9, 1922.

A Sammy In Siberia (producer/director)
Apr. 6, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-73 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 23 to 28, 1919. ©Feb. 27, 1919. Reissued Dec. 31, 1922.

Just Dropped In (producer/director)
Apr. 13, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-56 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Sep. 16 to 21, 1918. ©Jan. 31, 1919. Reissued Nov. 6, 1921.

Crack Your Heels (producer)
Apr. 20, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-57 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Sep. 23 to 27, 1918. ©Jan. 31, 1919. Reissued Nov. 13, 1921.

Ring Up The Curtain (producer)
Apr. 27, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-55 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Sep. 9 to 14, 1918. ©Nov. 21, 1918. Reissued Aug. 22, 1926.

Young Mr. Jazz (producer/director)
May 4, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-58 - Harold Lloyd series

Also listed for Apr. 20, 1919. Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 4, 1918. ©Feb. 27, 1919. Reissued Dec. 10, 1922.

Si, Senor (producer)
May 11, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-59 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Oct. 7 to 10, 1918. ©Feb. 27, 1919. Reissed Sep. 10, 1922.

Before Breakfast (producer/director)
May 18, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-60 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Oct. 11 to 19, 1918. ©Mar. 13, 1919. Reissued Jan. 1, 1922.

The Marathon (producer)
May 25, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-61 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Oct. 21 to 26, 1918. ©Mar. 13, 1919. Reissued Nov. 20, 1921.

Back To The Woods (producer/director)
June 1, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-62 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Oct. 28 to Nov. 2, 1918. ©Mar. 13, 1919. Reissued Nov. 27, 1921.

Pistols For Breakfast (producer)
June 8, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-63 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Nov. 4 to 9, 1918. ©Apr. 12, 1919. Reissued Oct. 30, 1921.

Swat The Crook (producer/director)
June 15, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-64 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Nov. 12 to 16, and Nov. 20, 1918. ©Apr. 24, 1919.

Off The Trolley (producer)
June 22, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-65 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Nov. 20 to 21, and Dec. 2, 1918. ©Apr. 12, 1919. Reissued Sep. 3, 1922.

Spring Fever (producer/director)
June 29, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-82 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Mar. 29 to Apr. 7, 1919. ©May 10, 1919. Reissued July 16, 1922.

Billy Blazes, Esq. (producer/director)
July 6, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-69 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 23 to 28, Dec. 31, 1918, and Jan. 2 and 7, 1919. ©June 19, 1919. Reissued June 11, 1922.

Just Neighbors (producer)
July 13, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-83 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Apr. 8 to 14, 1919. ©May 24, 1919. Reissued July 2, 1922.

At The Old Stage Door (producer/director)
July 20, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-66 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Nov. 25 to 30, 1918. ©May 6, 1919. Reissued Oct. 29, 1922.

Never Touched Me (producer)
July 27, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-68 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 18 to 22, 1918. ©Aug. 4, 1919. Reissued Oct. 8, 1922.

A Jazzed Honeymoon (producer/director)
Aug. 3, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-67 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 2 to 7, and Dec. 16 to 19, 1918. ©May 6, 1919. Reissued July 9, 1922.

Count Your Change (producer)
Aug. 10, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-70 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Dec. 30 to Jan. 6, and Jan. 11, 13, and 21, 1919. ©July 15, 1919. Reissued Aug. 8, 1926.

Chop Suey And Company (producer/director)
Aug. 17, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-71 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 7 to 11, 1919. ©June 24, 1919. Reissued Oct. 15, 1922.

Heap Big Chief (producer)
Aug. 24, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-72 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 15 to 22, 1919. ©July 22, 1919. Reissued Dec. 17, 1922.

Don't Shove (producer)
Aug. 31, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-74 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 29 to Feb. 6, 1919. ©Aug. 4, 1919. Reissued Nov. 26, 1922.

Be My Wife (producer/director)
Sep. 7, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-75 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 7 to 10, 1919. ©Aug. 4, 1919. Reissued June 18, 1922.

The Rajah (producer/director)
Sep. 14, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-76 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 12 to 17, 1919. ©July 22, 1919. Reissued Oct. 22, 1922.

He Leads, Others Follow (producer/director)
Sep. 21, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-77 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 18 to 25, 1919. ©July 22, 1919.

Soft Money (producer/director)
Sep. 28, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-78 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 26 to Mar. 4, 1919. ©Aug. 23, 1919. Reissued Dec. 3, 1922.

Count The Votes (producer/director)
Oct. 5, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-79 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Mar. 5 to 8, 1919. ©Aug. 23, 1919. Reissued Sep. 17, 1922.

Pay Your Dues (producer/co-director)
Oct. 12, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-80 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Mar. 10 to 19, and Mar. 21, 1919. ©Aug. 23, 1919. Reissued Oct. 1, 1922.

His Only Father (producer/co-director)
Oct. 19, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. L-81 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Mar. 20 to 27, 1919. ©Aug. 23, 1919. Reissued Nov. 5, 1922.

Start Something (producer/author)
Oct. 26, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-2 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 2 to 11, 1919. ©Nov. 1, 1919. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Bumping Into Broadway (producer/director/author)
Nov. 2, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-1 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed April 21 to May 29, 1919. ©Mar. 18, 1920. Reissued Aug. 15, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

All At Sea (producer/author)
Nov. 2, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-1 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Aug. 26 to 31, and Sep. 10, 1919. ©Nov. 1, 1919. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Call For Mr. Caveman (producer/author)
Nov. 9, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-3 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 12 to 16, 1919. ©Nov. 1, 1919. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Giving The Bride Away (producer/direction credit/author)
Nov. 16, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-4 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 17 to 25, 1919. ©Nov. 1, 1919. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Order In The Court (producer/direction credit/author)
Nov. 23, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-5 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 26 to Oct. 3, 1919. ©Jan. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Captain Kidd's Kids (producer/director/author)
Nov. 30, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-2 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed May 29 to June 11, and July 7, 1919. ©Mar. 18, 1920. This was the last Lloyd film with Bebe Daniels. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

It's A Hard Life (producer/author)
Nov. 30, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-6 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 7 to 10, 1919. ©Nov. 22, 1919. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

How Dry I Am (producer/author)
Dec. 7, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-7 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 11 to 18, and Oct. 27 to 29, 1919. ©Jan. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

unfinished film (producer)
unreleased - Rolin - prod. H-8 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 6, 1919.

Looking For Trouble (producer/director/author)
Dec. 14, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-11 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Dec. 20, 1919. Filmed Oct. 31 and Nov. 6, 1919, and probably other dates. ©Jan. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Tough Luck (producer/author)
Dec. 21, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-10 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, 1919. ©Jan. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

From Hand To Mouth (producer/direction credit/author)
Dec. 28, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-3 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 17 to July 3, and July 9, 1919. ©Mar. 18, 1920. This was the first Lloyd film to feature Mildred Davis. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Floor Below (producer/author)
Dec. 28, 1919 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-12 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Jan. 24, 1920. Filmed Nov. 5 to 8, 1919. ©Jan. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.


1920

The Harold Lloyd unit resumed production in early January, and within another two weeks, another series of one-reelers was launched, this one starring Beatrice La Plante. This series was incorporated into the Rolin Comedies. Production units began to use the new Culver City studio in February, but the official completion date wasn't until April 20th. The La Plante series ended in April, and was replaced in June by a one-reel series called Vanity Fair Maids, which quickly became Vanity Fair Girls, and starred Eddie Boland. This series was considered separate from the Rolin Comedies. On Aug. 16th, Rolin Film Company was officially renamed Hal E. Roach Studios. With this name-change, the one-reelers produced by the company were renamed the Hal Roach Comedies. IMDb includes "Nomads Of The North" among the films Roach produced during this year, but they simultaneously attribute it to another company, so it's doubtful that Roach was involved.

Red Hot Hottentots (producer/author)
Jan. 4, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-13 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Nov. 10 to 14, 1919. ©Jan. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Why Go Home? (producer/author)
Jan. 11, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-14 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Nov. 15 to 22, 1919. ©Jan. 31, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Slippery Slickers (producer/author)
Jan. 18, 1920 - Rolin-Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-15 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Nov. 24 to Dec. 2, 1919. ©Jan. 31, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Dippy Dentist (producer/author)
Jan. 25, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-16 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 2 to 13, 1919. ©Jan. 31, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

All Lit Up (producer/author)
Feb. 1, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-17 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 13, 1919. ©Jan. 31, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

His Royal Slyness (producer/director/author)
Feb. 8, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-4 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed July 9 to Aug. 23, 1919. ©Nov. 22, 1919. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Getting His Goat (producer/author)
Feb. 8, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-9 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Feb. 12, 1920. Filmed Oct. 20 to 24, 1919. ©Feb. 24, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Waltz Me Around (producer/author)
Feb. 15, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-18 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Feb. 21, 1920. Filmed Dec. 22 to 27, 1919. ©Feb. 24, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Raise The Rent (producer/author)
Feb. 22, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-19 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 28 to 31, 1919, and Jan. 5, 1920. ©Feb. 24, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Find The Girl (producer/author)
Feb. 29, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-20 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Apr. 3, 1920. Filmed Jan. 2 to 10, 1920. ©Feb. 24, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Fresh Paint (producer/author)
Mar. 7, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-22 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 12 to 17, 1920. ©Mar. 11, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Haunted Spooks (producer/co-director/author)
Mar. 14, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-5 - Harold Lloyd series

Also listed for Mar. 31, 1920. Sources vary regarding initial filming from Aug. 9 to 23, 1919, which seems to fit prod. L-4 instead. However, it's clear that some scenes show Lloyd before his hand was injured. Resumed filming started on Jan. 5, 1920, and continued until either Jan. 17 or 25, 1920, with possibly more filming on Feb. 9, 1920. ©Mar. 8, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Flat Broke (producer/author)
Mar. 14, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-21 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 2 to 10, 1920. ©Mar. 11, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Cut The Cards (producer/author)
Mar. 21, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-23 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for June 12, 1920. Filmed Jan. 29 to Feb. 5, 1920. ©Mar. 11, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Dinner Hour (producer/author)
Mar. 28, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-25 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 16 to 20, 1920. ©Apr. 6, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Speed To Spare (producer/author)
Apr. 4, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-26 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed as Apr. 17, 1920. Filmed Feb. 25 to Mar. 3, 1920. ©Apr. 6, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Shoot On Sight (producer/author)
Apr. 11, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-27 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Apr. 18, 1920. Filmed Mar. 4 to 9, and Mar. 13, 1920. ©Apr. 13, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Don't Weaken (producer/author)
Apr. 18, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-28 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Mar. 10 to 15, 1920. ©June 15, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Cracked Wedding Bells (producer/author)
Apr. 25, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-24 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Apr. 4, 1920. Filmed Feb. 6 to 15, Feb. 22 to 24, and Feb. 28, 1920. ©Apr. 6, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

An Eastern Westerner (producer/director)
May 2, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-6 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Jan. 28 to Feb. 21, 1920. ©Apr. 13, 1920.

Drink Hearty (producer/author)
May 2, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-29 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for May 15, 1920. Filmed Mar. 16 to 24, 1920. ©June 15, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Trotting Through Turkey (producer/author)
May 9, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-30 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Mar. 25 to 28, 1920. ©June 15, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Merely A Maid (producer/author)
May 16, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. G-2 - Rolin series with Beatrice La Plante

Filmed Feb. 5 to 27, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

All Dressed Up (producer/author)
May 23, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-31 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Mar. 29 to Apr. 3, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Grab The Ghost (producer/author)
May 30, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-32 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Apr. 5 to 10, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

You're Pinched (producer)
June 6, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-33 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for July 10, 1920. Filmed Apr. 12 to 18, 1920.

Start The Show (producer/author)
June 13, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. G-4 - Rolin series with Beatrice La Plante

Also listed for May 30, 1920. Filmed Mar. 22 to 25, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

All In A Day (producer/author)
June 20, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-34 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Apr. 19 to 24, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Any Old Port (producer/author)
June 27, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-35 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Apr. 26 to May 2, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Don't Rock The Boat (producer/author)
July 4, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-36 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed May 3 to 10, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

High and Dizzy (producer/director)
July 11, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-7 - Harold Lloyd series

Also listed for June 13, 1920. Filmed Mar. 4 to Apr. 20, 1920. ©June 23, 1920.

Hello Uncle (producer/author)
July 11, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. G-3 - Rolin series with Beatrice La Plante

Filmed Feb. 29 to Mar. 12, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Home Stretch (producer/author)
July 18, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-37 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed May 17 to 22, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Call A Taxi (producer/author)
July 25, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-38 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed May 24 to 26, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Live And Learn (producer/author)
Aug. 1, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-39 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed May 27 to June 4, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Little Miss Jazz (producer/author)
Aug. 8, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. G-5 - Rolin series with Beatrice La Plante

Filmed Mar. 29 to Apr. 17, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Run 'Em Ragged (producer/writer)
Aug. 15, 1920 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-40 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Aug. 1, 1920. Filmed June 5 to 12, 1920, and also the week of June 19, 1920. ©Oct. 2, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

A London Bobby aka The London Bobby (producer/author)
Aug. 22, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-41 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed the week of June 19, 1920, and also June 22 to 25, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Money To Burn (producer/writer)
Aug. 29, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-42 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed the week of June 10, 1920, and also June 28 to July 3, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

A Regular Pal (producer/director/writer)
Sep. 5, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. G-1 - Rolin series with Beatrice La Plante

Also listed for Aug. 29, 1920. Filmed Jan. 19 to 30, 1920. ©June 23, 1920. Also credit as author in copyright deposit.

Go As You Please (producer/writer)
Sep. 12, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-44 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed July 23 to 30, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

Rock-A-Bye Baby aka Rock-A-By Baby (producer/writer)
Sep. 19, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-43 - Rolin series with Snub Pollard

Filmed the week of June 10, 1920, and also July 12 to 22, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

Get Out And Get Under (producer/director/author)
Sep. 26, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-8 - Harold Lloyd series

Premiered Sep. 12, 1920. Filmed May 5 to 20, June 1 to 8, July 29, and Aug. 3 to 11, 1920. ©Aug. 28, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Doing Time (producer/author)
Sep. 26, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-45 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Aug. 4 to 7, and Sep. 13, 1920. ©Oct. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

June Madness (producer/writer)
Oct. 3, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-1 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Also listed for Oct. 31, 1920. Filmed weeks ending June 5, 12 and 19, 1920, and June 23 to July 3, and July 13, 1920. ©Oct. 4, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

Fellow Citizens (producer/writer)
Oct. 10, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-46 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Oct. 9, 1920. Filmed Aug. 9 to 14, 1920. ©Oct. 2, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

Alias Aladdin (producer/director/writer)
Oct. 17, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-3 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Aug. 2 to 12, 1920. ©Oct. 4, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

When The Wind Blows (producer/author)
Oct. 24, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-47 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Aug. 19 to 27, 1920. ©Dec. 22, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Mamma's Boy aka Mama's Boy (producer/writer)
Oct. 31, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-4 - Vanity Fair Maids series with Eddie Boland

Filmed weeks ending Aug. 21 and 28, 1920. ©Oct. 4, 1920. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

Insulting The Sultan (producer/author)
Nov. 7, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-48 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 4 to 18, 1920. ©Feb. 12, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Sandman (producer/author)
Nov. 14, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-2 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed July 19 to 23, July 30 and 31, Aug. 30, and Sep. 9, 1920. ©Dec. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to he copyright deposit.

The Dear Departed (producer/author)
Nov. 21, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-49 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 20 to 25, 1920. ©Dec. 2, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Queen's Up (producer/author)
Nov. 28, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-5 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Sep. 1 to 13, 1920. ©Dec. 22, 1920. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Cash Customers (producer/author)
Dec. 5, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-50 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Dec. 6, 1920. Filmed Sep. 27, and Oct. 1 to 9, 1920. ©Jan. 28, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Man Haters (producer/author)
Dec. 12, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-6 - Vanity Fair Girls series

Filmed week of Sep. 28, 1920, and Oct 2 and 23, 1920. ©June 26, 1922. Reissued July 2, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Park Your Car (producer/author)
Dec. 19, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-51 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 11 to 27, 1920. ©Feb. 12, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Number, Please? (producer/co-director/author/bit role: the silhouetted seaman)
Dec. 26, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-9 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed June 29 to July 28, Aug. 9 to 19, Aug. 27, Sep. 8 to 25, and Oct. 18 to 19, 1920. ©Dec. 2, 1920. Roach was credited as director with Fred Newmeyer as 'co-director.' The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Greek Meets Greek (producer/writer)
Dec. 26, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-7 - Vanity Fair Girls series

Also listed as Dec. 12, 1920. Filmed Oct. 4 to 23, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Sleepy Head (producer/author)
Dec. 26, 1920 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-8 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Also listed for Jan. 1, 1921. Filmed Oct. 23 to Nov. 2, 1920. ©Feb. 12, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.


1921

In January, the Vanity Fair Girls were retired, and their series became a solo vehicle called the Eddie Boland Comedies. In February, Charles Parrott (later known as Charley Chase) joined Roach to direct the Snub Pollard series. Ernie Morrison's contract was renewed on February 28th. In March, Gaylord Lloyd (the brother of Harold), was featured in a handful of the Hal Roach Comedies. Early in the year, Harold Lloyd's films began to be funded by Associated Exhibitors. On April 17th, Roach contracted with the Ruth Roland company to make a serial in conjunction with his company. In August, the Hal Roach Comedies started to feature Paul Parrott (actually Charles' brother, James), who replaced the departing Eddie Boland. There was also a George Rowe pilot produced for this series in August. On September 20th, Roach signed a contract with Pathé for the release of a Sunshine Sammy two-reeler that failed to achieve series status. Late in the year, the Ruth Roland serial "White Eagle" was produced by her own company in conjunction with Roach. With the release of Harold Lloyd's mini-feature "A Sailor-Made Man," his unit switched exclusively to feature production. In December, Parrott (aka Chase) was appointed director-general of the studio. This gave him supervisory status over all of the non-Lloyd films. Special note: In his book, Richard Ward lists a one-reeler entitled "One-Quarter Inch," which was part of the Lloyd reissue series and released on September 11th. This was either a retitled film, a previously unreleased film, or a mistake in the source material.

The Morning After (producer/writer)
Jan. 9, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-53 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Jan. 16, 1921. Filmed Nov. 8 to 22, 1920. ©Feb. 12, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Burglars Bold (producer/author)
Jan. 16, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-9 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Nov. 10 to 16, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Whirl Of The West aka Whirl O' The West (producer/author)
Jan. 23, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-54 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Nov. 23 to Dec. 4, 1920. ©June 3, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Pinning It On (producer/author)
Jan. 30, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-10 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Nov. 22 to 27, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Oh, Promise Me (producer/author)
Feb. 6, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-11 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Open Another Bottle (producer/author)
Feb. 13, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-52 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 28 to Nov. 4, 1920, and Jan. 6, 7, and 12, 1921. ©June 3, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Prince Pistachio (producer/author)
Feb. 20, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-12 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Dec. 7 to 15, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

His Best Girl (producer/author)
Feb. 27, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-55 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 8 to 20, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Paint And Powder (producer/author)
Mar. 6, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-13 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Dec. 16 to 24, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Make It Snappy (producer/writer)
Mar. 13, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-56 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 21 to 28, and Dec. 30, 1920. ©Mar. 9, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Running Wild (producer/author)
Mar. 20, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-15 - Vanity Fair Girls series with Eddie Boland

Filmed Jan. 8 to 15, and Jan. 25, 1921. ©Mar. 9, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Fellow Romans (producer/author)
Mar. 27, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-57 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 29, and Dec. 31, 1920, to Jan. 6, 1921. ©May 13, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Love Lesson (producer/author)
Apr. 3, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-17 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Jan. 26 to 29, 1921. ©May 4, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Rush Orders (producer/author)
Apr. 10, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-58 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 8 to 13, 1921. ©May 4, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hobgoblins (producer/writer)
Apr. 17, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-16 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Jan. 18 to 24, 1921. ©May 4, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Bubbling Over (producer/author)
Apr. 24, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-59 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 15 to 19, and Jan. 25, 1921. ©May 13, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hurry West (producer/author)
May 1, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-14 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Dec. 27, 1920 to Jan. 7, 1921, and Feb. 11 to 15, 1921. ©May 4, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Now Or Never (producer/co-director)
May 5, 1921 - Roach/Associated/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. L-10 - Harold Lloyd series

Also listed for Mar. 27, 1921. Filmed Sep. 27 to Oct. 2, Oct. 9, 12, 28, 30, Nov. 1 to Dec. 3, 6, 8 and 13, 1920. ©Feb. 12, 1921. Originally scheduled for release Mar. 13, 1921.

No Children (producer/writer)
May 8, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-60 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 20 to 24, 1921. ©May 13, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright detail.

A Straight Crook (producer/writer)
May 15, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-19 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Feb. 16 to 21, 1921. ©May 14, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Big Game (producer/author)
May 22, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-61 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 26 to 28, 1921. ©May 14, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Save Your Money (producer/author)
May 29, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-67 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Mar. 8 to 11, 1921. ©May 14, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Killjoys aka Blue Sunday (producer/author)
June 5, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-62 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 31 to Feb. 3, 1921. ©June 2, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Where's The Fire (producer/writer)
June 12, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-64 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 11 to 12, 1921. ©June 2, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Own Your Home aka Own Your Own Home (producer/author)
June 19, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-63 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 4 to 10, 1921. ©June 3, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The High Rollers (producer/author)
June 26, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-65 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 21 to 26, 1921. ©June 3, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Among Those Present (producer/co-writer)
July 3, 1921 - Rolin/Associated/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. L-11 - Harold Lloyd series

Also listed for May 29, 1921. Filmed Dec. 20, 1920, to Jan. 24, 1921, and Jan. 29 to Feb. 19, 1921. ©May 4, 1920. Also listed as co-author in copyright deposit.

You're Next (producer/author)
July 3, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-66 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 28 to Mar. 5, 1921. ©June 3, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Bike Bug (producer/author)
July 10, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-68 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Mar. 15 to 22, 1921. ©June 7, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

At The Ring Side (producer/author)
July 17, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-70 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©June 7, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

No Stop-Over (producer/writer)
July 24, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-71 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©July 2, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

What A Whopper (producer/writer)
July 31, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-73 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Aug. 30, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Teaching The Teacher (producer/writer)
Aug. 7, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-74 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©July 29, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Spot Cash (producer/author)
Aug. 14, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-75 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Sep. 7, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Name The Day (producer/writer)
Aug. 21, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-69 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Mar. 23 to 26, 1921. ©July 29, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Stop Kidding (producer/writer)
Aug. 28, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-22 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Mar. 10 to 19, and Mar. 23 to 24, 1921. ©Aug. 30, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Jail Bird aka By The Jail Bird (producer/director/writer)
Sep. 4, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-76 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©July 29, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

I Do (producer/co-story)
Sep. 11, 1921 - Roach/Associated/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-12 - Harold Lloyd series

Filmed Feb. 23 to Mar. 26, 1921. ©July 2, 1921. Originally scheduled for release July 24, 1921. At least one source credits Roach with directing this film, perhaps because no credit was given in the film itself, but it was actually Fred Newmeyer who directed. Roach also credited as co-author in copyright deposit.

On Their Way (producer/author)
Sep. 11, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-25 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed mid-1921. ©Sep. 7, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Late Lodgers (producer/author)
Sep. 18, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-72 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Sep. 7, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Chink (producer/author)
Sep. 25, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-20 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Feb. 22 to 28, and Mar. 9, 1921. ©Sep. 28, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Rough Seas (producer/writer)
Sep. 25, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-2 - Hal Roach series with Gaylord Lloyd

Filmed Mar. 25 to 26, 1921. ©Oct. 12, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Gone To The Country (producer/author)
Oct. 2, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-77 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Sep. 28, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Lucky Number (producer/author)
Oct. 2, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-5 - Hal Roach series with Gaylord Lloyd

©Oct. 12, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Sweet Bye And Bye aka Sweet By And By (producer/author)
Oct. 9, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-26 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed mid-1921. ©Sep. 28, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Zero Hero (producer/author)
Oct. 9, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-4 - Hal Roach series with Gaylord Lloyd

©July 19, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Law And Order (producer/author)
Oct. 16, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-78 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Nov. 1921 as well as 1924. ©Oct. 12, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Dodge Your Debts (producer/author)
Oct. 16, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-3 - Hal Roach series with Gaylord Lloyd

Also listed for Nov. 1921. ©Oct. 12, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Never Weaken (producer/co-story)
Oct. 22, 1921 - Rolin/Associated/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. L-13 - Harold Lloyd series

Filming began May 1921. ©Sep. 28, 1921. Also credited as co-author in copyright deposit.

Late Hours (producer/authors)
Oct. 23, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-21 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Mar. 1 to 8, 1921.©Oct. 12, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Trolley Troubles (producer/writer)
Oct. 23, 1921 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-1 - Hal Roach series with Gaylord Lloyd

Filmed Mar. 7 to 23, 1921. ©Oct. 12, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Fifteen Minutes (producer/writer)
Oct. 30, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-79 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Oct. 12, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

On Location (producer/writer)
Nov. 6, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-80 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Nov. 2, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Hocus Pocus (producer/author)
Nov. 13, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-81 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Nov. 2, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Penny-In-The-Slot (producer/author)
Nov. 20, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-82 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Dec. 6, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Joy Rider (producer/director/writer)
Nov. 27, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-83 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Dec. 6, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Pickaninny (producer/writer)
Dec. 4, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-1 - Sunshine Sammy Morrison series

©Dec. 6, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Hustler (producer/author)
Dec. 4, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-84 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Dec. 6, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Sink Or Swim (producer/author)
Dec. 11, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-85 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Dec. 6, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Shake 'Em Up (producer/author)
Dec. 18, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-86 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

©Dec. 6, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Sailor-Made Man (uncredited producer/co-story)
Dec. 25, 1921 - Roach/Associated/Pathé - 4 reels - prod. L-14 - Harold Lloyd feature

Sources vary on the filming dates of Aug. 26 to Oct. 21, 1921, which may have been prod. L-15. ©Dec. 6, 1921. Also credited as co-author in copyright deposit.

The Corner Pocket (producer/author)
Dec. 25, 1921 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-88 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 6 to 10, 1921. This is probably the film previewed as "Ten Nights In A Pool Room." ©Dec. 10, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.


1922

In January, the first film starring Hal Roach's Rascals was shot and titled "Our Gang," a name that soon became an alternate title for the series. Roach and Pathé signed into a distribution deal for the series on January 19th. In March, the Snub Pollard series graduated to 2-reel status, but this turned out to be a bad idea and they soon reverted back to the one-reel format. A second Ruth Roland serial, entitled "The Timber Queen," was produced this year. Towards the end of the year, Jobyna Ralston replaced Mildred Davis as Harold Lloyd's leading lady. It appears that Charles Parrott (aka Chase) resigned as director-general in December to concentrate on acting. The Will Rogers films "The Ropin' Fool" and "Fruits Of Faith" are listed in IMDb as Roach films, but were almost certainly produced elsewhere.

White Eagle - chapter 1: The Sign Of The Trident (producer)
Jan. 1, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Dec. 6, 1921.

Try, Try Again (producer/author)
Jan. 1, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-32 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Sep. 14 to 22, 1921. ©Dec. 10, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 2: The Red Men's Menace (producer)
Jan. 8, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Dec. 6, 1921.

Lose No Time (producer/author)
Jan. 8, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-89 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 12 to 18, 1921. This is probably the film previewed in Nov. 1921 as "The Go-Getter." ©Dec. 10, 1921. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 3: A Strange Message (producer)
Jan. 15, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Dec. 6, 1921.

Loose Change (producer/writer)
Jan. 15, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-34 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Oct. 8 to 18, 1921. ©Dec. 31, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 4: The Lost Trail (producer)
Jan. 22, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Dec. 6, 1921.

Call The Witness (producer/writer)
Jan. 22, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-90 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 19 to 24, 1921. ©Dec. 31, 1921. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 5: The Clash Of The Clans (producer)
Jan. 29, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Dec. 6, 1921.

Years to Come (producer/author)
Jan. 29, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-92 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 4 to 11, 1921. ©Jan. 26, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 6: The Trap (producer)
Feb. 5, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Dec. 6, 1921.

Blow 'Em Up (producer/author)
Feb. 5, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-91 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Sep. 26 to Oct. 3, 1921. ©Jan. 26, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 7: The Mysterious Voyage (producer)
Feb. 12, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Feb. 8, 1922.

Stage Struck (producer/author)
Feb. 12, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-93 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 12 to 19, 1921. Previewed Nov. 1921. ©Feb. 8, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 8: The Island Of Terror (producer)
Feb. 19, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Feb. 8, 1922.

Rich Man, Poor Man (producer/author)
Feb. 19, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-39 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Nov. 26 to Dec. 1, 1921. ©Feb. 8, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 9: The Flaming Arrow (producer)
Feb. 26, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Mar. 4, 1922.

Down And Out (producer/author)
Feb. 26, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-95 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 1, 1921. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 10: The Cave Of Peril (producer)
Mar. 5, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

©Mar. 4, 1922.

Pardon Me (producer/author)
Mar. 5, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel -prod. H-96 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Nov. 2 to 7, 1921. ©Mar. 4, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 11: Danger Rails (producer)
Mar. 12, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

Filmed Aug. 26 to Sep. 3, and Sep. 12 and 14, 1921. ©Mar. 4, 1922.

The Bow Wows (producer/author)
Mar. 12, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-97 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Nov. 8 to 12, 1921. ©Mar. 4, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 12: Win Or Lose (producer)
Mar. 19, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

Filmed Aug. 30 to Sep. 3, and Sep. 12 and 14, 1921. ©Mar. 4, 1922.

High Tide (producer/author)
Mar. 19, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-29 - Hal Roach series with George Rowe

Initial filming ended Aug. 26, 1921, with retakes Dec. 5, 17 and 30, 1921. ©Mar. 25, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 13: The Clash Of The Clans (producer)
Mar. 26, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

Filmed Sep. 6, 1921. ©Mar. 25, 1922.

Hot Off The Press (producer/author)
Mar. 26, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-98 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Mar. 1, 1922. Filmed Nov. 14 to 19, 1921. ©Mar. 25, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 14: The Pivoted Rock (producer)
Apr. 2, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

Filmed Sep. 6 to 7, 1921. ©Mar. 25, 1922.

The Anvil Chorus (producer/author)
Apr. 2, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-99 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Nov. 21 to 30, 1921. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Eagle - chapter 15: The Golden Pool (producer)
Apr. 9, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Ruth Roland serial

Filmed Sep. 8 to 17, 1921. ©Dec. 14, 1922.

Jump Your Job (producer/author)
Apr. 9, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-100 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 2 to 7, 1921. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Stand Pat (producer/author)
Apr. 16, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-40 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Dec. 6 to 15, 1921. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Full O' Pep (producer/author)
Apr. 23, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-102 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 16 to 24, 1921, and Jan. 5, 1922. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Kill The Nerve (producer/author)
Apr. 30, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-101 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Dec. 9 to 15, 1921. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Days Of Old aka Days Of Gold (producer/author)
May 7, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-104 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 6 to 13, 1922. ©Apr. 22, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Light Showers (producer/author)
May 14, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-105 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 14 to 24, 1922. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Do Me A Favor (producer/author)
May 21, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-106 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Jan. 28 to Feb. 1, 1922. ©Apr. 27, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

In The Movies aka The Movie (producer/author)
May 28, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-108 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 7 to 10, 1922. ©May 17, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Punch The Clock (producer/author)
June 4, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-107 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 4 to 13, 1922. ©Apr. 11, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Good Morning Judge (producer/author)
June 4, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-23 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Mar. 25 to 26, 1921. ©June 26, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Strictly Modern (producer/author)
June 11, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-110 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 16 to 24, 1922. ©May 29, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Non Skid Kid (producer/author)
June 11, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-18 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed Feb. 1 to 10, and Mar. 22, 1921, as a Vanity Fair Girls film. ©May 29, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Some Baby (producer/author)
June 25, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-94 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 21 to 26, 1921, with retakes Mar. 3 to 4, 1922. ©June 26, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Many Happy Returns (producer/author)
June 25, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-27 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed mid-1921. ©June 26, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Friday The 13th (producer/author)
July 2, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-43 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Mar. 25 to Apr. 3, 1922, with retakes Apr. 8, 1922. ©May 29, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Bed Of Roses (producer/author)
July 9, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-45 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Apr. 15 to 22, 1922. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Late Lamented (producer/author)
July 9, 1922 - Rolin/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-24 - Eddie Boland series

Filmed mid-1921. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 1: The Log Jam (producer)
July 16, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©June 26, 1922.

The Dumb Bell (producer/author)
July 16, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-111 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Apr. 14 to 15, 1922. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Sleuth (producer/author)
July 16, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-36 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 3, 1921, with retakes Dec. 2 and 3, 1921. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 2: The Flaming Forest (producer)
July 23, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©June 26, 1922.

The Bride-To-Be (producer/author)
July 23, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-46 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Apr. 24 to 30, 1922. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Busy Bees (producer/author)
July 23, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-28 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed mid-1921, with added scenes Aug. 27, 1921. ©July 20, 1922. The first of the C series produced after Eddie Boland's departure. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 3: Guilty As Charged (producer)
July 30, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©June 26, 1922.

Take The Next Car (producer/author)
July 30, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-47 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed May 1 to 6, 1922. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 4: Go Get Your Man (producer)
Aug. 6, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©June 26, 1922.

The Stone Age (producer/author)
Aug. 6, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-87 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for July 9, 1922. Filmed Aug. 26 to Sep. 3, 1921. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 5: The Yukon Trail (producer)
Aug. 13, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©June 26, 1922.

Touch All The Bases (producer/author)
Aug. 13, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-48 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed May 11 to 13, 1922. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 6: The Hidden Pearl (producer)
Aug. 20, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©June 26, 1922.

The Truth Juggler (producer/author)
Aug. 20, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-44 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Apr. 4 to 14, 1922. ©July 20, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 7: Mutiny (producer)
Aug. 27, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922.

Rough On Romeo (producer/author)
Aug. 27, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-49 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Added scenes filmed May 8 to 10, 1922. Also included leftover footage from prod. C-46, "The Bride-To-Be." ©Aug. 12, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Grandma's Boy (uncredited producer/co-story/co-screenplay)
Sep. 3, 1922 - Roach/Associated/Pathé - 5 reels - prod. L-15 - Harold Lloyd feature

Sources vary on filming dates, which were either Aug. 26 to Oct. 8, 1921, with retakes Oct. 13 to 15, 1921, or Oct. 22, 1921 to Mar. 4, 1922. ©Apr. 27, 1922. Also credited as co-author in copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 8: The Smuggler's Cave (producer)
Sep. 3, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922.

Wet Weather (producer/author)
Sep. 3, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-50 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed May 16 to 22, 1922. ©Aug. 12, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 9: Horned Fury (producer)
Sep. 10, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922.

4. One Terrible Day (producer/story)
Sep. 10, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-4 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 22 to June 10, 1922. ©Oct. 9, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Landlubber (producer/author)
Sep. 10, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-53 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed June 5 to 10, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 10: Human Vultures (producer)
Sep. 17, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922.

365 Days (producer/author)
Sep. 17, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-1 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Mar. 6 to Apr. 8, 1922, with retakes May 20 to 26, May 31, June 1 and June 5, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Bone Dry (producer/author)
Sep. 17, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-55 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed June 19 to 24, 1922. ©Oct. 9, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 11: The Runaway Engine (producer)
Sep. 24, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922.

Soak The Sheik (producer/author)
Sep. 24, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-54 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Costumes June 12, 1922. Filmed June 13 to 17, 1922. ©Oct. 9, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 12: The Abyss (producer)
Oct. 1, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922.

Face The Camera (producer/author)
Oct. 1, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-58 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed July 5 to 10, 1922, with retakes July 18 and 24, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 13: The Stolen Wedding (producer)
Oct. 8, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 4, 1922.

2. Fire Fighters (producer/co-story)
Oct. 8, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-2 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 27 to Apr. 1, 1922. ©Oct. 9, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Uppercut (producer/author)
Oct. 8, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-60 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed July 17 to 22, 1922. ©Oct. 11, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 14: One Day To Go (producer)
Oct. 15, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Oct. 11, 1922.

The Old Sea Dog (producer/author)
Oct. 15, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-6 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed July 10 to 22, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Out On Bail (producer/author)
Oct. 15, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-51 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed May 22 to 27, 1922, with retakes Aug. 23, 1922. ©Dec. 14, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Timber Queen - chapter 15: The Silver Lining (producer)
Oct. 22, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

Serial filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©Dec. 14, 1922.

Shiver And Shake (producer/author)
Oct. 22, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-62 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Aug. 2 to 8, 1922, with retakes Aug. 21 and 22, 1922. ©Oct. 11, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Golf Bug (producer/author)
Oct. 29, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-59 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed July 11 to 17, 1922, with retakes July 24, and Aug. 1, 1922. ©Nov. 11, 1922. Reissued June 13, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

1. Our Gang (producer/story)
Nov. 5, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-1 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 3 to 17, 1922, with retakes Jan. 18 to 19, and Feb. 2 to 17, 1922. ©Oct. 11, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Hale and Hearty (producer/author)
Nov. 5, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-109 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Feb. 14 to 18, and Feb. 24 to Mar. 2, 1922. Originally scheduled for release June 18, 1922. ©June 26, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Shine 'Em Up (producer/author)
Nov. 5, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-57 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed June 29 to July 1, 1922, with retakes July 10, and Aug. 29 to 30, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hook, Line And Sinker (producer/author)
Nov. 12, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-8 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Aug. 1 to 19, and Aug. 24, 1922. ©Dec. 14, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Washed Ashore (producer/author)
Nov. 12, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-66 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Sep. 5 to 12, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Harvest Hands (producer/author)
Nov. 19, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-63 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Aug. 9 to 14, 1922, with retakes Aug. 28, 1922. ©Feb. 17, 1923. Reissued Aug. 1, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Dr. Jack (producer/co-story/co-screenplay)
Nov. 26, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 5 reels - prod. L-16 - Harold Lloyd feature

Also listed for Dec. 19, 1922. Filmed Mar. 20 to July 10, 1922. ©Oct. 9, 1922. Roach 'prescribes' this film rather than presents. Also credited as co-author in copyright deposit.

3. Young Sherlocks (producer/story)
Nov. 26, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-3 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 3 to 8, and Apr. 24 to May 20, 1922. ©Nov. 11, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Flivver (producer/author)
Nov. 26, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-64 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Also listed for Nov. 29, 1922. Filmed Aug. 15 to 19, 1922. ©Dec. 14, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

6. Saturday Morning (producer/story)
Dec. 3, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-6 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 8 to 25, 1922. ©Nov. 11, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Blaze Away (producer/author)
Dec. 3, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-68 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Sep. 22 to 27, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Newly Rich (producer/author)
Dec. 10, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-3 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed May 27 to June 22, and June 30, 1922, with retakes Aug. 8 to 9, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

I'll Take Vanilla (producer/author)
Dec. 10, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-65 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Aug. 31 to Sep. 13, and Dec. 6 to 12, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Green Cat (producer/co-director/author)
Dec. 16, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-4 - Snub Pollard series

Also listed for Aug. 5, 1923. Filmed June 23 to 24, 1922. ©Dec. 16, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Fair Week (producer/author)
Dec. 17, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-67 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Sep. 14 to 21, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

White Blacksmith (producer/author)
Dec. 24, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-70 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Oct. 7 to 14, and Oct. 20 and 21, 1922. ©Dec. 1, 1922. There's a reference to a Paul Parrott film called "The Iron Worker," which might have been a working title for this one. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

5. A Quiet Street (producer/story)
Dec. 31, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-5 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 13 to July 1, and July 26 to 27, 1922. ©Nov. 11, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Fire The Fireman (producer/author)
Dec. 31, 1922 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-69 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 7, 1922, with retakes Oct. 14, 1922. ©Dec. 14, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.


1923

The Dippy Doo Dads series was started in January, independently of the Hal Roach Comedies. Stan Laurel was added to the Hal Roach Comedies rotation in February. In March, Pathé signed a distribution deal with Mack Sennett, which was a great disappointment to Roach. A serial starring Edna Murphy went into production in April, entitled "Her Dangerous Path," and continued until August. A series of Rex the Wonder Horse features was also inaugurated. On April 29th, a party of fifteen from the Roach studio left for Catalina Island, returning on May 6th. The two-reel Spat Family series was started in May. A two-reel series starring Will Rogers began production in June, and Stan Laurel graduated to two-reel status around the same time. Harold Lloyd left the Roach studio in July to start his own company. The Paul Parrott series was retired in August as Parrott (whose first name was actually James) was moved behind the camera. Charley Chase (aka Parrott) started his own series in August, which was initially part of the Hal Roach Comedies rotation. The Snub Pollard series was retired in September. The first Glenn Tryon feature went into production in October. The short-lived Fite series was launched in December.

Dig Up (producer/author)
Jan. 7, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. B-7 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed July 25 to Aug. 7, 1922, with retakes Aug. 21, 1922. ©Dec. 14, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Watch Your Wife (producer/author)
Jan. 7, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-71 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Oct. 16 to 20, 1922. ©Dec. 14, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Paste And Paper (producer/author)
Jan. 14, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-72 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Oct. 21 to 27, 1922. ©Dec. 16, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Mr. Hyppo (producer/author)
Jan. 21, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-74 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Nov. 3 to 9, 1922. ©Feb. 16, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

9. The Champeen! (producer/story)
Jan. 28, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-9 - Our Gang series

Filmed late August/September 1922. ©Dec. 16, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Don't Say Die (producer/author)
Jan. 28, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-75 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Nov. 10 to 16, 1922. ©Feb. 17, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Tough Winter (producer/author)
Feb. 4, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-10 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Sep. 13 to 23, 1922. ©Dec. 16, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Once Over (producer/author)
Feb. 4, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-76 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Also listed for Feb. 11, 1923. Filmed Nov. 16 to 22, 1922. ©Feb. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Jailed And Bailed (producer/author)
Feb. 11, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-77 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Also listed for Feb. 18, 1923. Filmed Nov. 24 to Dec. 5, 1922. ©Feb. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

8. The Cobbler (producer/story)
Feb. 18, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-8 - Our Gang series

Filmed late August, and perhaps September, 1922. ©Feb. 26, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

A Loose Tight Wad (producer/author)
Feb. 18, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-56 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed June 25 to 29, 1922. ©Feb. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

7. The Big Show (producer/story)
Feb. 25, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-7 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 28 to Aug. 15, 1922, with added scenes Sep. 11 to 16, and Sep. 20 to 28, 1922, and retakes Jan. 10 to 11, 1923. ©Feb. 26, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Tight Shoes (producer/author)
Feb. 25, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-78 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Dec. 2 to 9, 1922. ©Feb. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Before The Public (producer/author)
Mar. 4, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-2 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Apr. 12 to May 19, and Sep. 23 to Oct. 2, 1922. ©Dec. 16, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Do Your Stuff (producer/author)
Mar. 4, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-79 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Also listed for Mar. 11, 1923. Filmed Dec. 13 to 21, 1922. ©Feb. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Shoot Straight (producer/author)
Mar. 11, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-52 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed May 31 to June 4, 1922, with retakes Dec. 11, 12 and 19, 1922. ©Feb. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

11. A Pleasant Journey (producer/story)
Mar. 18, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-11 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Mar. 25, 1923. Filmed Oct. 22 to 27, and Nov. 2 to 16, 1922. ©Feb. 26, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

For Safe Keeping (producer/author)
Mar. 18, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-82 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Jan. 4 to 12, 1923. ©Feb. 26, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Bowled Over (producer/author)
Mar. 25, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-80 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Dec. 22 to 30, 1922, and Jan. 18 to 19, 1923. ©Mar. 30, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Safety Last! (producer/co-story and screenplay)
Apr. 1, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 7 reels - prod. L-17 - Harold Lloyd feature

Filmed July 15 to Oct. 18, 1922, with retakes Oct. 23, Nov. 29, and Dec. 1, 1922. ©Jan. 25, 1923. This was the last Lloyd film to feature Mildred Davis. Added to the National Film Registry on Nov. 14, 1994. Also credited as co-author in copyright deposit.

Where Am I? (producer/author)
Apr. 1, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-5 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed June 27 to July 7, 1922. ©Feb. 26, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Get Your Man (producer/author)
Apr. 1, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-81 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Jan. 2 to 4, and Jan. 25 to 29, 1923. ©Mar. 30, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

10. Boys To Board (producer/story)
Apr. 8, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-10 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 2 to Nov. 2, 1922. ©Mar. 30, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Smile Wins (producer/author)
Apr. 8, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-83 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Jan. 12 to 17, 1923. ©Mar. 30, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Good Riddance (producer/author)
Apr. 15, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-85 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Jan. 20 to 24, and Jan. 30 to Feb. 3, 1923. ©Mar. 30, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Speed The Swede (producer/author)
Apr. 22, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-73 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 3, 1922, with added scenes Nov. 23, 1922, and retakes Nov. 25, 1922, and Feb. 7 to 10, 1923. ©Apr. 27, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

California Or Bust (producer/author)
Apr. 29, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-9 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Aug. 25 to Sep. 11, Oct. 23, and Dec. 19 to 21, 1922. ©Apr. 27, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Noon Whistle (producer/author)
Apr. 29, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-89 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Feb. 13 to 19, and Feb. 22, 1923. ©Apr. 27, 1923. Also listed as LC-89. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Sunny Spain (producer/author)
May 6, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-87 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Feb. 12 to 18, 1923. ©Apr. 27, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

12. Giants Vs. Yanks (producer/story)
May 13, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 20 to Dec. 19, 1922, and Feb. 15, 1923. ©Apr. 27, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

White Wings (producer/author)
May 13, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-2 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Feb. 2 to 23, 1923, with retakes Feb. 27, 1923. Rob Stone's list indicates prod. C-91 (or LC-91), which is probably the original prod. number for this film, but starts the filming on the 20th rather than the 2nd. ©Apr. 27, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Don't Flirt (producer/author)
May 20, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-84 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Filmed Jan. 13 to Feb. 1, 1923. ©Apr. 27, 1923. Also listed as CA-84. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Sold At Auction (producer/author)
May 27, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-12 - Snub Pollard series

Also listed for Apr. 27, 1923. Filmed Oct. 7 to 21, 1922, with retakes Nov. 6 to 7, and Nov. 28, 1922. ©May 12, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

For Art's Sake (producer/author)
May 27, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-1 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-90, which was filmed Feb. 20 to 26, 1923. ©May 12, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

13. Back Stage (producer/story)
June 3, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-13 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 15, 1922, to Jan. 9, 1923. ©June 6, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Under Two Jags (producer/author)
June 3, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-86 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Feb. 3 to 10, 1923. ©June 6, 1923. Reissued Aug. 15, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Watch Dog (producer/author)
June 10, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-88 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Filmed Feb. 10 to 24, 1923. ©June 6, 1923. Also listed as CA-88. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Pick And Shovel (producer/author)
June 17, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-3 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Feb. 26 to Mar. 5, 1923, with retakes Mar. 9, 1923. Originally prod. C-92 (or LC-92). ©May 12, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Courtship Of Miles Sandwich (producer/author)
June 24, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-16 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Jan. 20 to Feb. 7, 1923. ©June 6, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Fresh Eggs (producer/author)
June 24, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-4 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Premiered June 5, 1923. This was probably originally prod. C-93, which was filmed Feb. 27 to Mar. 6, and Mar. 23, 1923. ©May 12, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

14. Dogs Of War! (producer/story)
July 1, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-14 - Our Gang series

Premiered June 10, 1923. Filmed Jan. 12 to Feb. 10, 1923, with retakes Feb. 20 to 23, and Apr. 11, 1923. ©July 19, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Collars And Cuffs (producer/author)
July 1, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-7 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Mar. 14 to 20, 1923. Originally prod. C-97 (or LC-97). ©May 12, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Uncovered Wagon aka Uncovered Wagons (producer/author)
July 8, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-16 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-107, which was filmed May 7 to 15, 1923. ©June 9, 1923. Reissued Apr. 25, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Kill Or Cure (producer/author)
July 15, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-5 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Mar. 6 to 13, 1923, with added scenes Apr. 7 and 9, 1923. Originally prod. C-95 (or LC-95). ©June 7, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Jack Frost (producer/author)
July 22, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-15 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Nov. 29 to Dec. 4, Dec. 22, Dec. 26 to 30, 1922, Jan. 2 to 6, Feb. 6, and Feb. 12 to 13, 1923. ©June 6, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 1: What The Sands Told (producer)
July 22, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was provided in a filmography for the entire serial, but it's more likely to apply to the first chapter. ©July 25, 1923. Filming began Apr. 30, 1923. The ending date of June 8, 1923 is given, but this is probably when the third chapter was completed.

For Guests Only aka Guest Only (producer/author)
July 22, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-11 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-101, which was filmed Apr. 5 to 11, 1923. ©June 7, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

15. Lodge Night (producer/story)
July 29, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-15 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 12 to Mar. 3, 1923. ©Aug. 2, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 2: Fetters Of Gold (producer)
summer 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably July 29, 1923. ©July 25, 1923. Filmed probably in May 1923.

Gas And Air (producer/author)
July 29, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-9 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Mar. 20 to 27, 1923, with added scenes Apr. 6 and 7, 1923 Originally prod. C-99 (or LC-99). ©June 7, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 3: At The Brink (producer)
summer 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Aug. 5, 1923. ©July 25, 1923. Filming probably began in May 1923 and finished on June 8, 1923.

Post No Bills (producer/author)
Aug. 5, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-10 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-100, which was filmed Mar. 19 to Apr. 4, 1923. ©June 7, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 4: If You Become A Society Reporter On A Newspaper (producer)
summer 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Aug. 12, 1923. ©Sep. 1, 1923. Filmed June 9 to 18, 1923.

Oranges And Lemons (producer/author)
Aug. 12, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-12 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Mar. 28 to Apr. 6, 1923. Originally prod. C-102 (or LC-102). ©June 7, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Mystery Man (producer/author)
Aug. 19, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-14 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Nov. 8 to 25, 1922, with retakes Nov. 27, 1922, and May 31 to June 1, 1923. ©Aug. 2, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 5: If You Marry An Artist (producer)
summer 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Aug. 19, 1923. ©Sep. 1, 1923. Filmed June 21 to 25, 1923.

Be Honest (producer/author)
Aug. 19, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-94 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Premiered Aug. 5, 1923. Filmed Feb. 27 to Mar. 1, Mar. 15 to Apr. 2, 1923, with retakes Apr. 7, Apr. 9, Apr. 16, 1923, and added scenes May 14, 1923. ©Aug. 2, 1923. Also listed as AC-94. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

18. July Days (producer/story)
Aug. 26, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-18 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 11, Apr. 12 to May 2, and May 31, 1923. ©Aug. 2, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 6: If You Marry A Rancher (producer)
summer 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Aug. 26, 1923. ©Sep. 1, 1923. Filmed probably in late June 1923.

Live Wires (producer/author)
Aug. 26, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-8 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-98, which was filmed Mar. 12 to 17, 1923. ©Aug. 2, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Call Of The Wild (producer)
Sep. 2, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 7 reels - prod. J-1 - Rex the Wonder Horse feature

Also listed for Sep. 23, 1923. ©Aug. 11, 1923.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 7: Should She Become A Society Reporter? (producer)
summer 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Sep. 2, 1923. ©Sep. 29, 1923. Filmed June 25 to July 5, 1923.

Short Orders (producer/author)
Sep. 2, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-14 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed Apr. 13 to 23, 1923. Originally prod. C-104 (or LC-104). ©Aug. 11, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 8: Should She Marry A Scientist? (producer)
summer/fall 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Sep. 9, 1923. ©Sep. 29, 1923. Filmed July 23 to 30, 1923.

Take The Air (producer/author)
Sep. 9, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-13 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-103, which was filmed Apr. 20 to 28, 1923, with added scenes May 2, 1923. ©Aug. 11, 1923. Reissued June 20, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

undetermined title (producer)
possibly unreleased - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-105 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Filmed Apr. 10 to 30, 1923, with added scenes May 3, 5, 7 to 9, 1923. Also listed as AC-105.

Why Worry? (producer)
Sep. 16, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 6 reels - prod. L-18 - Harold Lloyd feature

Also listed for Sep. 9, 1923. Premiered Sep. 2, 1923. Filmed Nov. 13 to Dec. 30, 1922, Jan. 2 to May 25, May 26, and May 28 to June 20, 1923. ©Aug. 11, 1923. This was the first Lloyd film to feature Jobyna Ralston.

The Walkout aka The Walk Out (producer/author)
Sep. 16, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-13 - Snub Pollard series

Filmed Oct. 24 to Nov. 7, 1922. ©Sep. 24, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 9: Should She Become Assistant To A Detective? (producer)
summer/fall 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Sep. 16, 1923. Filmed probably in early August 1923.

Let's Build (producer/author)
Sep. 16, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-2 - The Spat Family series

Filmed June 2 to 21, 1923, with retakes July 6, 1923. ©Nov. 9, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Man About Town (producer/author)
Sep. 16, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-17 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed May 15 to 22, 1923, with retakes May 25, 1923. Originally prod. C-108. ©Aug. 11, 1923. Reissued July 4, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

20. No Noise (producer/story)
Sep. 23, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-20 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 1 to 20, 1923. ©Sep. 24, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Her Dangerous Path - chapter 10 (producer)
summer/fall 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Edna Murphy serial

The release date was probably Sep. 23, 1923. Filming for this chapter probably began in early Aug. 1923. Filming for the serial ended Aug. 13, 1923.

Finger Prints (producer/author)
Sep. 23, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-6 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-96, which was filmed Mar. 6 to 10, 1923, with retakes June 6 to 7, and June 14, 1923. ©Aug. 11, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Roughest Africa (producer/author)
Sep. 30, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-1 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed May 31 to June 16, with retakes June 28 to July 6, 1923. Originally prod. C-111 (or LC-111). ©Nov. 9, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Stepping Out (producer/author)
Sep. 30, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-110 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Filmed May 15 to June 2, 1923. ©Aug. 11, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Heavy Seas (producer/author)
Oct. 7, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-3 - The Spat Family series

Filmed June 22 to July 3, and July 5 to 17, 1923, with retakes Aug. 16, 21, 23 and 24, 1923. ©Nov. 9, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

No Pets (producer/author)
Oct. 7, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-18 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-109, which was filmed May 23 to 29, 1923. ©Aug. 11, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Jus Passin' Through aka Jes Passin' Through (producer/co-director/author)
Oct. 14, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-1 - Will Rogers series

Filmed June 11 to 23, and July 2 to 7, 1923, with retakes July 18, 1923. ©Dec. 14, 1923. Roach directed the retakes. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

It's A Gift (producer/author)
Oct. 14, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. B-11 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Filmed Oct. 2 to 6, Dec. 13 to 18, 1922, and Jan. 4 to 19, 1923, with retakes June 11 to 12, 1923. Originally produced as a two reeler. ©Dec. 24, 1923. Reissued July 18, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

17. Stage Fright (producer/story)
Oct. 21, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-17 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 17 to Apr. 11, 1923, with retakes June 21 to July 2, 1923. ©Nov. 9, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Winner Take All (producer/author)
Oct. 21, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-42 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Mar. 15 to 24, 1922, with retakes Mar. 10, and June 12, 1923. ©Nov. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Frozen Hearts (producer/author)
Oct. 28, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-2 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed July 27 to Aug. 11, 1923. Originally prod. C-119. ©Nov. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Knockout (producer/author)
Oct. 28, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-20 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

This was probably originally prod. C-113, which was filmed June 7 to 29, 1923, with retakes July 24, 1923. ©Sep. 24, 1923. Also listed as AC-113. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Roughing It (producer/author)
Nov. 4, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-1 - The Spat Family series

Filmed May 7 to 24, 1923, with retakes May 29 and 31, June 6, and Aug. 20, 1923. ©Nov. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Whole Truth (producer/author)
Nov. 4, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-22 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

It's likely that this film was originally prod. C-115 (or LC-115), which was filmed July 20 to 21, 1923. Unused footage from earlier films was also used. ©Nov. 9, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hustlin' Hank (producer/writer)
Nov. 11, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-2 - Will Rogers series

Filmed July 13 to Aug. 11, 1923, with retakes Oct. 4 to 6, 1923. ©Nov. 23, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Dear Old Pal (producer/author)
Nov. 11, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-24 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

This is apparently the film that originally carried the production number C-118, which was filmed July 28 to Aug. 13, 1923, or perhaps Aug. 2 to 25, 1923. ©Nov. 9, 1923. Also listed as a Paul Parrott film. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

21. Derby Day (producer/story)
Nov. 18, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-21 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 18 to Aug. 13, 1923. ©Nov. 9, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Save The Ship (producer/author)
Nov. 18, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-15 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

This appears to be the original prod. C-106 (or LC-106), which was filmed Apr. 29 to May 6, 1923, and July 7 to 11, 1923, but in his book, Rob Stone revises the initial shooting dates to Apr. 30 to May 5. ©Nov. 9, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Soilers (producer/author)
Nov. 25, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-3 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed Aug. 20 to Sep. 1, 1923. ©Nov. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Go West (producer/author)
Nov. 25, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-23 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Also listed for 1925. This was probably originally prod. C-116, which was filmed July 5 to 21, 1923. ©Nov. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Great Outdoors (producer/author)
Dec. 2, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-4 - The Spat Family series

Filmed July 23 to Aug. 22, 1923, with retakes Oct. 3 to 6, 1923. ©Nov. 23, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Join The Circus (producer/author)
Dec. 2, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-21 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

This was probably originally prod. C-114, which was filmed July 12 to 20, 1923. ©Nov. 23, 1923. Also listed as a Snub Pollard film. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Uncensored Movies (producer/writer)
Dec. 9, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-3 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Aug. 20 to Sep. 4, Sep. 20, and Oct. 12 to 13, 1923. ©Dec. 14, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Scorching Sands (producer/author)
Dec. 9, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-19 - Hal Roach series with Stan Laurel

Filmed June 18 to 25, 1923, with retakes July 24 to 26, 1923. Originally prod. C-112 (or LC-112). ©Nov. 9, 1923. At least one source credits Roach with directing this film. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

19. Sunday Calm (producer/story)
Dec. 16, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-19 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 4 to 29, 1923, with retakes July 2 to 14, and Oct. 2, 1923. ©Dec. 24, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Fully Insured (producer/author)
Dec. 16, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-31 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

This was probably originally prod. C-125, which was filmed Sep. 4 to 13, 1923. Also listed as PC-125. ©Dec. 24, 1923. Reissued Aug. 29, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Mother's Joy (producer/author)
Dec. 23, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-4 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed Sep. 10 to 21, 1923. ©Dec. 24, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Lovey-Dovey (producer/author)
Dec. 23, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-25 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

This may have originally been prod. C-117, which was filmed July 23 to 28, 1923. ©Dec. 14, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Darkest Hour (producer/author)
Dec. 30, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-5 - The Spat Family series

Also listed for Jan. 6, 1924. Filmed Sep. 17 to Oct. 5, 1923. ©Dec. 24, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

It's A Boy aka It's A Joy (producer/author)
Dec. 30, 1923 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-29 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

This was probably originally prod. C-123, which was filmed Aug. 27 to 31, 1923. ©Dec. 24, 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.


1924

The Dippy Doo Dads came to an end early in the year. The Arthur Stone series went into production in March. Both Will Rogers and Earl Mohan exited in May. In June, Glenn Tryon switched from features to two-reelers. In December, Charley Chase graduated to two-reelers.

Two Wagons, Both Covered (producer)
Jan. 6, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-5 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Sep. 21 to Oct. 8, 1923, with retakes Nov. 24 and 26, 1923. ©Dec. 14, 1923.

At First Sight (producer/uncredited director/author)
Jan. 6, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-28 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

This appears to be originally prod. C-122, which was filmed Aug. 15 to 23, 1923, with retakes Oct. 10, 1923. ©Dec. 14, 1923. Previewed Dec. 1923. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.
22. Tire Trouble (producer/story)
Jan. 13, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-22 - Our Gang series

Filmed Aug. 14 to Sep. 4, 1923. ©Dec. 24, 1923. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Big Idea (producer/author)
Jan. 13, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-33 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

This was probably originally prod. C-127, which was filmed Sep. 17 to 26, 1923. ©Dec. 24, 1923. Reissued June 6, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Smithy (producer/author)
Jan. 20. 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-6 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed Oct. 11 to 20, 1923. ©Jan. 9, 1924. At least one source credits Roach with directing this film. UK title: The Home Wrecker. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Bar-Fly (producer/author)
Jan. 20, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-30 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Premiered Dec. 31, 1923. This was probably originally prod. C-124, which was filmed Sep. 4 to 14, 1923. ©Jan. 9, 1924. Also listed as AC-124. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Help One Another (producer/author)
Jan. 27, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-7 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Oct. 13 to 19, 1923, with added scenes Oct. 31 to Nov. 1, 1923. ©Jan. 9, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

One Of The Family (producer/author)
Jan. 27, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-37 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Also listed for Jan. 26, 1924. This appears to be originally prod. C-131, which was filmed Oct. 11 to 12, 1923. ©Dec. 24, 1923. Also listed as prod. CC-131. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Cowboy Sheik (producer/writer)
Feb. 3, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-6 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Oct. 18 to 26, 1923, with added scenes Oct. 29, 1923. ©Jan. 26, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Just A Minute (producer/author)
Feb. 3, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-39 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

This appears to be originally prod. C-130, which was filmed Oct. 5 to 9, 1923. ©Jan. 9, 1924. Also listed as prod. CC-130. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

23. Big Business (producer/story)
Feb. 10, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-23 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 11 to 21, 1923. ©Jan. 26, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Powder And Smoke (producer/author)
Feb. 10, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-36 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

This appears to be originally prod. C-133, which was filmed Oct. 15 to 17, 1923. ©Jan. 9, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Postage Due (producer/author)
Feb. 17, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-8 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed Nov. 5 to 14, 1923. ©Jan. 26, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Man Pays (producer/author)
Feb. 17, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-34 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

This was probably originally prod. C-128, which was filmed Sep. 24 to Oct. 9, 1923. ©Jan. 9, 1924. Also listed as AC-128. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Political Pull (producer/writer)
Feb. 24, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-6 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Oct. 6 to 11, and Nov. 14, 1923. ©Feb. 20, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

A Perfect Lady (producer/author)
Feb. 24, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-35 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Oct. 24 to 26, 1923, with retakes Dec. 13 to 15, 1923. ©Feb. 20, 1924. It's possible that this was originally production C-129. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Cake Eater (producer/writer)
Mar. 2, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-7 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Oct. 27, Oct. 30 to Nov. 5, 1923, with retakes Dec. 9 and 13, 1923. ©Jan. 26, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Hard Knocks (producer/writer)
Mar. 2, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-42 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Rob Stone's list states that this was filmed Oct. 29 to 31, and Nov. 5 to 9, 1923 and was originally prod. C-136. Anthony & Edmonds state that it was filmed Sep. 28 to Oct. 3, 1923, which would have originally made it prod. C-129 (or CC-129). ©Mar. 20, 1924. Roach credited as author in copyright deposit.

24. The Buccaneers (producer/story)
Mar. 9, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-24 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 28 to Oct. 24, and Oct. 28, 1923. ©Feb. 20, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Love's Reward (producer/author)
Mar. 9, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-38 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Also listed for Mar. 16, 1924. This was probably originally prod. C-132, which was filmed Oct. 13 to 22, 1923. ©Feb. 20, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Zeb Vs. Paprika (producer/author)
Mar. 16, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-7 - Stan Laurel series

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Oct. 23 to Nov. 5, 1923. According to his book, filming continued until the 6th. ©Jan. 26, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Love's Detour (producer/writer)
Mar. 16, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-40 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Also listed for Mar. 9, 1924. Rob Stone's list states this it was filmed Oct. 24 to 26, 1923, with retakes Dec. 13 to 15, 1923 and was originally prod. C-134. Anthony & Edmonds states that it was filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 9, 1923, with retakes Dec. 13 to 14, 1923. ©Jan. 26, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Hunters Bold (producer/author)
Mar. 23, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-8 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Oct. 20 to Nov. 2, 1923. ©Mar. 20, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Don't Forget (producer/author)
Mar. 23, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-44 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Nov. 20 to 22, 1923. ©Mar. 20, 1924. May have originated as prod. C-138. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The King Of Wild Horses (producer/co-writer)
Mar. 30, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 5 reels - prod. J-2 - Rex the Wonder Horse feature

Also listed for Apr. 6, 1924, and Apr. 13, 1924. Cast includes Charley Chase. Filmed Jan. 27 to Oct. 13, Nov. 12 to Dec. 4, and Dec. 12 to 26, 1923, and Jan. 8, 1924. ©Mar. 26, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Big Moments From Little Pictures (producer/author)
Mar. 30, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-9 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Nov. 16 to Dec. 11, 1923. ©Apr. 18, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Fraidy Cat (producer/author)
Mar. 30, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-45 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Premiered Mar. 10, 1924. Filmed Dec. 4 to 9, 1923. ©Mar. 20, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

25. Seein' Things (producer/story)
Apr. 6, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-25 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 25 to Nov. 7, and Dec. 19, 1923, and Jan. 7, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Friend Husband aka Why Marry? (producer/author)
Apr. 6, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-32 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Probably originally prod. C-126, which was filmed Sep. 14 to 17, 1923. Also listed as PC-126. "Friend Husband," is listed separately on IMDb, with a release date of May 6, 1924, which would put it on the wrong day of the week. ©Apr. 18, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Brothers Under The Chin (producer/author)
Apr. 13, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-9 - Stan Laurel series

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Nov. 19 to 28, and Dec. 3, 1923. In his book, he revises it to Nov. 15 to Dec. 3, 1923. ©Apr. 18, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Our Little Nell (producer/author)
Apr. 13, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-41 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Filmed Oct. 25 to Nov. 3, 1923. ©Apr. 18, 1924. Originally prod. C-135. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hit The High Spots (producer/writer)
Apr. 20, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-9 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Nov. 5 to 16, and Dec. 8 to 22, 1923. ©Apr. 18, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

One At A Time (producer/author)
Apr. 20, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. M-1 - Fite series with Earl Mohan

©May 12, 1924. Also featuring Billy Engle. Rob Stone's list does not include this film, but it does include production M-1, which is described as being part of the "Prize Fight" series, and was shot Dec. 15 to 21, 1923. The letter 'M' makes sense, since it corresponds to Mohan's name, and the fact that production number D-50 is also missing from the list suggests that perhaps this film was redesignated with this latter number as Mohan's series was integrated into the catch-all 'D' series. Roach's author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

High Brow Stuff (producer/writer)
Apr. 27, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-10 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Dec. 12 to 26, 1923, Jan. 2, 1924, with retakes Feb. 18 to 20, 1924. ©Apr. 18, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Get Busy (producer/author)
Apr. 27, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-26 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

This was probably originally prod. C-120, which was filmed July 30 to Aug. 7, 1923, with retakes Aug. 22 to 23, and Sep. 18, 1923. ©Apr. 18, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

26. Commencement Day (producer/story)
May 4, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-26 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 9 to Dec. 6, 1923, Jan. 7 to 11, and Jan. 26, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Publicity Pays (producer/author)
May 4, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-47 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Dec. 18 to 26, 1923, with retakes Feb. 29, 1924. ©Apr. 18, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Near Dublin (producer/author)
May 11, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-5 - Stan Laurel series

Filmed Sep. 26 to Oct. 9, 1923, with added scenes Dec. 16 to 17, 1923. ©Feb. 20, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

North Of 50-50 (producer/author)
May 11, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-43 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Filmed Nov. 13 to Dec. 4, 1923, and Jan. 4, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. Originally prod. C-137. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Bottle Babies (producer/author)
May 18, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-10 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Nov. 19 to Dec. 7, 1923, and Jan. 12, 1924. ©May 12 and Aug. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

April Fool (producer/author)
May 18, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-52 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Feb. 4 to 6, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Going To Congress (producer/author)
May 25, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-11 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Jan. 19 to 30, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Position Wanted (producer/author)
May 25, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-48 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Feb. 7 to 13, 1924. ©May 28, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

28. Cradle Robbers (producer/story)
June 1, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-28 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 28 to Feb. 9, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Before Taking (producer/author)
June 1, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-55 - Fite series with Earl Mohan

Filmed Mar. 3 to 8, 1924. ©May 28, 1924. Also featuring Billy Engle, James Finlayson and George Rowe. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Rupert Of Hee Haw (producer/author)
June 8, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-11 - Stan Laurel series

Also listed for June 24, 1924. Filmed Dec. 20 to 26, 1923, and Jan. 2 to 12, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Up And At 'Em (producer/author)
June 8, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-46 - The Dippy Doo Dads series

Also listed for June 3, 1924. Filmed Dec. 6 to 18, 1923. Also known as Handle 'Em Rough, which is listed separately by Richard Lewis Ward as a Jan. 6, 1924, release. ©May 28, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Suffering Shakespeare (producer/author)
June 15, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-11 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Dec. 26, 1923, and Jan. 2 to 9, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Fast Black (producer/author)
June 15, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-57 - Fite series with Earl Mohan

Filmed Mar. 18 to 25, and Apr. 8, 1924. ©May 28, 1924. Also featuring Billy Engle. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Don't Park There! aka No Parking There (producer/author)
June 22, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-12 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Feb. 21 to Mar. 9, 1924, with retakes Mar. 1 to 12, and Apr. 2, 1924. ©May 28, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Young Oldfield (producer/author)
June 22, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-56 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Mar. 9 to 17, 1924. According to Anthony & Edmonds, it was filmed Mar. 10 to 17, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

29. Jubilo, Jr. (producer/co-story)
June 29, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-29 - Our Gang series

Also listed for July 29, 1924. Filmed Feb. 25 to Mar. 8, 1924. ©June 5, 1924. Roach received sole story credit, but Frank Capra came up with the scenario. Roach was also credited as author in the copyright deposit.

Stolen Goods (producer/author)
June 29, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-54 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Feb. 25 to Mar. 1, 1924. According to Anthony & Edmonds, it was filmed Feb. 25 to 28, 1924. ©May 12, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

undetermined title (producer)
Roach - prod. R-8 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Nov. 6 to 16, 1923. Possibly unfinished.

Hoss And Hoss (producer)
unreleased - Roach - 2 reels - prod. E-1 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed Feb. 11 to 23, 1924. Not copyrighted. Probably unfinished. Also listed as an All Star comedy.

Wide Open Spaces (producer/author)
July 6, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-10 - Stan Laurel series

Also listed for July 16, 1924. Filmed Dec. 5 to 15, 1923. ©June 30, 1924. Previewed as Wild Bill Hiccough. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Jeffries Jnr. (producer/author)
July 6, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-58 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Mar. 24 to 29, with retakes Mar. 31 to Apr. 1, and Apr. 29, 1924. According to Anthony & Edmonds, it was filmed Mar. 24 to Apr. 1, 1924, with retakes Apr. 29, 1924. ©May 29, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Radio Mad (producer/author)
July 13, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-12 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Jan. 10 to 19, 1924, with retakes Feb. 29, 1924. ©June 5, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Why Husbands Go Mad (producer/author)
July 13, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-60 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Apr. 7 to 11, 1924. ©June 5, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Our Congressman (producer/author)
July 20, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-13 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Mar. 17 to 29, 1924, with retakes May 5, 1924. ©Aug. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Ten Minute Egg (producer/author)
July 20, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

©July 31, 1924. This is probably production D-64. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

27. It's A Bear (producer/story)
July 27, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-27 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 10 to 26, 1923, Jan. 2 to 7, Jan. 12, and Mar. 7 to 12, 1924. ©June 30, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Seeing Nellie Home (producer/author)
July 27, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-62 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Apr. 21 to 26, 1924. ©July 31, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Short Kilts (producer/author)
Aug. 3, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. L-12 - Stan Laurel series

Also listed for Aug. 11, 1924. Filmed Jan. 16 to 24, 1924. ©Aug. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Hard-Boiled Tenderfoot (producer/author)
Aug. 10, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-13 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Mar. 3 to 10, 1924. ©June 30, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Truthful Liar (producer/author)
Aug. 17, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-14 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Apr. 11 to 29, 1924, with retakes May 9 to 10, 1924. ©July 31, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Sweet Daddy (producer/author)
Aug. 17, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-68 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed June 13 to 18, 1924. ©July 31, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Battling Orioles (producer/writer/probable co-director)
Aug. 24, 1924 - Roach/Associated/Pathé - 5 reels - Glenn Tryon feature

Also listed for Oct. 6, 1924. This is most likely prod. T-1, which was filmed Oct. 22 to Nov. 25, and Dec. 3 to 26, 1923, and Jan. 2 to Feb. 8, 1924. There was also an unspecified Glenn Tryon feature in which retakes were shot from May 22 to June 17, 1924, but it isn't clear whether it was this one or "The White Sheep" or some other film. ©Sep. 25, 1924. Roach directed up to October 30th. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

30. High Society (producer/co-story)
Aug. 24, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-30 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 24 to Apr. 5, 1924. ©May 29, 1924. Roach received sole story credit, but Frank Capra came up with the scenario. Roach was also credited as author in the copyright deposit.

Why Men Work (producer/author)
Aug. 31, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-67 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed May 29 to June 6, 1924, with retakes June 7, July 2 to 3, and July 7 to 8, 1924. According to Anthony & Edmonds, it was filmed July 2 to 7, 1924, with retakes July 8, 1924. ©Oct. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

South O' The North Pole (producer/author)
Sep. 7, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-14 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Mar. 29, and Mar. 31 to Apr. 16, 1924. ©Aug. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Outdoor Pajamas (producer/author)
Sep. 14, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-69 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed June 23 to 26, 1924, with added scenes July 14 to 15, 1924. This according to Rob Stone's list. According to Anthony & Edmonds, the added scenes were shot only on the 15th. ©Oct. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

31. The Sun Down Limited (producer/story)
Sep. 21, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-31 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 21 to May 1, 1924. ©Aug. 2, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Gee Whiz, Genevieve aka Sweet Genevieve (producer/writer)
Sep. 28, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. R-4 - Will Rogers series

Filmed Sep. 5 to 19, 1923, with retakes Oct. 2, Oct. 15 to 16, 1923, Feb. 4 to 6, 1924, and Feb. 20, 1924. ©Aug. 2, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Should Landlords Live? (producer/author)
Sep. 28, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-5 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed June 9 to 26, 1924, with added scenes July 14 to 15, 1924. ©Dec. 3, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Sittin' Pretty (producer/author)
Sep. 28, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-70 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed July 9 to 12, 1924. ©Oct. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Lost Dog (producer/author)
Oct. 5, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-15 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Apr. 29 to May 15, 1924. ©Sep. 5, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Goofy Age (producer/author)
Oct. 12, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-1 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed June 23 to July 12, 1924, with added scenes July 14 to 15, 1924. ©Oct. 29, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Too Many Mammas (producer/author)
Oct. 12, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-71 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed July 18 to 23, 1924. ©Oct. 29, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

32. Every Man For Himself (producer/story)
Oct. 19, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-32 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 2 to 12, 1924. ©Oct. 2, 1924. Also credited as producer and author in copyright deposit.

The Sky Plumber (producer/author)
Oct. 26, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-3 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed May 5 to 29, 1924, with retakes July 23 and 30, 1924. ©Oct. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit, which also carries a producer credit.

Bungalow Boobs (producer/author)
Oct. 26, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-72 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed July 26 to 29, 1924. ©Oct. 29, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hot Stuff (producer/author)
Nov. 2, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-16 - The Spat Family series

Also listed for Nov. 1, 1924. Filmed May 26 to June 11, 1924, with retakes June 18 to 21, 1924. ©Oct. 2, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit, which also carries a producer credit.

Hot Heels (producer/author)
Nov. 9, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-2 - Arthur Stone series

Also listed as an All Star film. Filmed Mar. 10 to 17, and Mar. 22, 1924, with retakes Mar. 28, and Apr. 2 to 4, 1924. ©June 30, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Accidental Accidents (producer/author)
Nov. 9, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-65 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed May 5 to 9, 1924. ©Dec. 11, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

16. Fast Company (producer/story)
Nov. 16, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-16 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 5 to 15, 1923, with retakes June 13 to 21, 1924. ©Oct. 2, 1924. Also credited as producer and author in copyright deposit.

Are Blond Men Bashful? (producer/author)
Nov. 23, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - Arthur Stone series

Premiered Nov. 11, 1924. It's not clear which production this was, since both E-4 and E-6 were left unfinished. ©Dec. 11, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

All Wet (producer/author)
Nov. 23, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-73 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Sep. 10 to 15, 1924. ©Dec. 11, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Deaf, Dumb And Daffy (producer/author)
Nov. 30, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-18 - The Spat Family series

Filmed July 21 to 23, 1924. ©Dec. 3, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The White Sheep (producer/director/writer)
Dec. 7, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 6 reels - Glenn Tryon feature

Also listed for Dec. 14, 1924. This is most likely prod. T-2, which was filmed Feb. 18 to May 20, 1924, with retakes June 16 to 20, 1924. ©Dec. 3, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Meet The Missus (producer/author)
Dec. 7, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-3 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Sep. 9 to 23, 1924. ©Dec. 3, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Poor Fish (producer/author)
Dec. 7, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-74 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Sep. 19 to 25, 1924. According to Anthony & Edmonds, filming began a day later. ©Dec. 3, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

33. The Mysterious Mystery! (producer/story)
Dec. 14, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-33 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 30 to July 19, 1924, with retakes Sep. 9 and 12, 1924, and added scenes Sep. 13 and 15, 1924. ©Dec. 11, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Just A Good Guy (producer/writer)
Dec. 21, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-7 - Arthur Stone series

Two productions had this number. Prod. E-6 was crossed out on the ledgers and renumbered E-7, and may have been left unfinished. The first E-7 was filmed May 29, 1924, while the second E-7 was filmed June 27 to July 21, 1924. ©Oct. 29, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Royal Razz (producer/author)
Dec. 21, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-75 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Oct. 1 to 7, 1924. ©Dec. 11, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Rubber-Neck (producer/author)
Dec. 28, 1924 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-17 - The Spat Family series

Filmed June 23 to July 25, 1924, with retakes Sep. 2 to 4, 1924. ©Dec. 11, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

undetermined release (producer)
Roach - 2 reels - prod. E-4 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed June 2 to 7, 1924, and discontinued.


1925

James Finlayson was signed in January. The Arthur Stone series expired in January, while the Spat Family series did the same in February. The Clyde Cook series was launched in March, as was the All Star series. This latter series led to long-term contracts for Tyler Brooke, Vivien Oakland, Martha Sleeper, Oliver Hardy, and Stan Laurel. In July, F. Richard Jones became director-general of the studio. In December, Theda Bara briefly joined the All Stars.

Wages Of Tin (producer/author)
Jan. 4, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-4 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Sep. 25 to Oct. 8, 1924, with added scenes Oct. 20, 1924, and retakes Nov. 6 and 8, 1924. ©Dec. 26, 1924. Also listed as The Spat Family series. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Rat's Knuckles (producer/author)
Jan. 4, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-76 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Oct. 14 to 19, 1924. ©Dec. 26, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

34. The Big Town (producer/story)
Jan. 11, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-34 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 22 to Oct. 2, 1924. ©Dec. 9, 1924. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

unspecified title (producer)
unreleased - Roach

Rob Stone's list states that a James Finlayson screen test was shot Jan. 12 to 17, 1925.

Hello Baby (producer/author)
Jan. 18, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-77 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Premiered Jan. 11, 1925. Filmed Oct. 22 to 23, 1924, with retakes Nov. 25, 1924. ©Dec. 26, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Laugh That Off (producer/author)
Jan. 25, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-19 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Sep. 10 to 27, 1924. ©Dec. 11, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Fighting Fluid (producer/author)
Feb. 1, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-78 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, 1924. ©Dec. 26, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

35. Circus Fever (producer/story)
Feb. 8, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-35 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 20 to 25, and Nov. 1 to 4, 1924. ©Jan. 19, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Change The Needle (producer/director/author)
Feb. 15, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-10 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed Oct. 17 to 28, 1924. ©Mar. 5, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Family Entrance (producer/author)
Feb. 15, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-79 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed Nov. 10 to 13, 1924. ©Dec. 26, 1924. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Fox Hunt (producer/author)
Feb. 22, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-20 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Oct. 7 to 17, 1924, with retakes Oct. 27, 1924. ©Feb. 9, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Haunted Honeymoon (producer/author)
Mar. 1, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-7 - Glenn Tryon series

Also listed for Mar. 29, 1925. Filmed Nov. 19 to Dec. 22, 1924. ©Feb. 9, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Plain And Fancy Girls (producer/author)
Mar. 1, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-81 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Also listed for Feb. 28, 1925. Filmed Dec. 1 to 4, 1924, with added scenes Dec. 9, 1924. ©Feb. 13, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

36. Dog Days (producer/story)
Mar. 8, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-36 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 29 to Nov. 5, and Nov. 17 to 24, 1924. ©Mar. 5, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Hard-Boiled (producer/author)
Mar. 15, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-13 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Dec. 22, 1924, to Jan. 5, 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Should Husbands Be Watched? (producer/author)
Mar. 15, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-80 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Also listed for Mar. 14, 1925. Filmed Nov. 19 to 22, 1924, with added scenes Dec. 5, 1924. ©Feb. 13, 1925. Also listed as M-2. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Excuse My Glove (producer/author)
Mar. 22, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-21 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Nov. 3 to 12, 1924. ©Feb. 9, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A Sailor Papa (producer/author)
Mar. 29, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-2 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed July 20 to 31, 1924, with retakes Oct. 13 to 14, 1924. ©Mar. 5, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Is Marriage The Bunk? (producer/author)
Mar. 29, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-82 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed entirely on Dec. 11, 1924. According to Anthony & Edmonds, it was filmed Dec. 11 to 16, 1924. ©Feb. 13, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

37. The Love Bug (producer/story)
Apr. 5, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-37 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 15 to 31, 1924, and possibly early Jan. 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Bad Boy (producer/author)
Apr. 12, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-14 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 16 to 26, 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Are Husbands Human? (producer/writer)
Apr. 12, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-84 - Hal Roach series with James Finlayson series

©Apr. 2, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Black Hand Blues (producer/author)
Apr. 19, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-22 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Dec. 1 to 11, 1924. Presumably, this is the same Spat Family short listed on IMDb as "Black Hands," with a release date of Dec. 22, 1924. ©Feb. 13, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hold My Baby (producer/writer)
Apr. 26, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-6 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Dec. 27, 1924, to Jan. 15, 1925. Listed in IMDb as Whose Baby Are You? for which Roach took a writing credit. ©Apr. 2, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Big Red Ridinghood (producer/writer)
Apr. 26, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-66 - Hal Roach series with Charley Chase

Filmed May 16 to 24, 1924, with retakes May 26 to 27, 1924. ©Apr. 2, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

39. Shootin' Injuns (producer/story)
May 3, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-39 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 19 to Feb. 5, 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Looking For Sally (producer/co-writer)
May 10, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-15 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 11 to 21, 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Grief Of Bagdad (producer/writer)
May 10, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-63 - Hal Roach series with Billy Engle

Filmed Apr. 28 to May 3, 1924. ©Apr. 10, 1925. This was the last film made by the Earl Mohan unit before it was terminated back in May 1924. Listed in IMDb as Sheiks In Bagdad, with Engle as the only performer given screen credit, though Mohan is also present. It's possible that this is a Fite comedy with Mohan in the lead. Roach also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Wild Papa (producer/author)
May 17, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-24 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Jan. 27, and Feb. 2 to 12, 1925. ©May 4, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Tell It To A Policeman (producer/author)
May 24, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-5 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Oct. 23 to Nov. 3, 1924, with retakes Jan. 16 to 24, Feb. 4 to 6, and Feb. 9, 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Sure Mike (producer/writer)
May 24, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-85 - Hal Roach series with James Finlayson

Premiered May 18, 1925. Also featuring Martha Sleeper. Filmed Feb. 12 to 19, 1925. ©May 18, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

38. Ask Grandma (producer/story)
May 31, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-38 - Our Gang series

Probably filmed in early Jan. 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

What Price Goofy? (producer/writer)
June 7, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-16 - Charley Chase series

Premiered May 25, 1925. Filmed Mar. 9 to 18, 1925. ©May 18, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Riders Of The Kitchen Range (producer/writer)
June 7, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-59 - "Hunky" Dory series

Also listed for June 13, 1925. Featuring Earl Mohan and Billy Engle. Filmed Apr. 2 to 5, 1924. ©May 29, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Royal Four-Flush (producer/writer)
June 14, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-23 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Dec. 30, 1924, to Jan. 17, 1925. ©May 18, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Thundering Landlords (producer/author)
June 21, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-8 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Jan. 26 to Feb. 10, 1925. ©Apr. 10, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

In The Grease (producer/author)
June 21, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-87 - Hal Roach series with James Finlayson

Filmed Apr. 30 to May 4, 1925. ©May 28 and 29, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

40. Official Officers (producer/story)
June 28, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-40 - Our Gang series

Premiered June 10, 1925. Filmed Feb. 16 to 27, 1925. ©May 18, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Hard Working Loafers (producer)
unreleased - Roach - 2 reels - prod. E-9 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed Sep. 15 to 25, 1924, with retakes Oct. 16, 1924, and Jan. 7, 1925. Not copyrighted. Probably unfinished.

undetermined title (producer)
Roach - 2 reels - prod. E-11 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed Nov. 3 to 20, 1924. Possibly unfinished.

Isn't Life Terrible? (producer/author)
July 5, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-17 - Charley Chase series

Premiered June 17, 1925. Filmed Apr. 6 to 16, 1925. ©May 29, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Chasing The Chaser (producer)
July 5, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-88 - Hal Roach series with James Finlayson

Filmed May 11 to 14, 1925. ©July 6, 1925.

Sherlock Sleuth aka Sherlock Sleuths (producer/author)
July 12, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-12 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed Nov. 25 to Dec. 18, 1924. ©May 4, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Daddy Goes A' Grunting (producer/author)
July 19, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-9 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Feb. 23 to Mar. 10, 1925. ©May 18, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Yes, Yes Nanette (producer/author)
July 19, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-90 - Hal Roach series with James Finlayson

Filmed May 28 to June 2, 1925. ©July 20, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

42. Boys Will Be Joys (producer/story)
July 26, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-42 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 13 to 24, 1925. ©July 6, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Innocent Husbands (producer/author)
Aug. 2, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-18 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 4 to 14, and May 18 to 22, 1925. ©Aug. 28, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Bouncer (producer/writer)
Aug. 2, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-51 - Hal Roach series with Earl Mohan

Also listed for Aug. 30, 1925. Filmed Jan. 16 to 21, 1924. ©Aug. 28, 1925. Also featuring Billy Engle. This may have actually been released as part of the "Fite" series. Roach also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Tame Men And Wild Women (producer/author)
Aug. 16, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-8 - Arthur Stone series

Filmed July 22 to 31, 1924, with retakes Sep. 2 to 4, Oct. 9 to 10, 1924, and Jan. 3 to 9, 1925. ©June 23, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

41. Mary, Queen of Tots (producer/story)
Aug. 23, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-41 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 16 to Apr. 1, 1925. ©June 11, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

No Father To Guide Him (producer/author)
Sep. 6, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-19 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 4 to 19, 1925, with retakes July 2 to 3, 1925. ©Aug. 20, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Madame Sans Jane aka Madam Sans Jane (producer/direction credit/writer)
Sep. 13, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-10 - Glenn Tryon series

Also listed for Aug. 9, 1925. Filmed Mar. 24 to Apr. 6, and Apr. 10 to 16, 1925. ©June 23, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Unfriendly Enemies (producer/author)
Sep. 13, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-89 - Hal Roach series with James Finlayson

Filmed May 19 to 23, 1925. ©Aug. 28, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Somewhere In Somewhere (producer/author)
Sep. 20, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-3 - All Star series

Also listed for Oct. 25, 1925. Filmed May 12 to 22, 1925. ©Aug. 20, 1925. Featuring Charles Murray and Lucien Littlefield. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Black Cyclone (producer/writer)
Sep. 27, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 5 reels - prod. J-3 - Rex the Wonder Horse feature

Premiered May 18, 1925. ©May 4, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

44. Your Own Back Yard (producer/story)
Sep. 27, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-2 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 30 to July 16, and July 20 to 29, 1925. ©Aug. 28, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Big Kick (producer/co-director/writer)
Sep. 27, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-49 - Kelly series with Earl Mohan

Filmed Jan. 8 to 15, 1924. ©Oct. 8, 1925. The series name is according to Richard Lewis Ward. It may be that the "Fite" or "Hunky Dory" series titles were used, since Kelly is the character played by Mohan in these shorts. Also featuring Billy Engle. Roach also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Moonlight And Noses (producer/author)
Oct. 4, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-3 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed June 9 to 20, 1925, with retakes July 6, 1925. ©Aug. 20, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Caretaker's Daughter (producer/author)
Oct. 11, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-1 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 6 to 14, 1925. ©Aug. 20, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Solid Ivory (producer-writer)
Oct. 11, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-53 - Fite series with Earl Mohan

Also listed for Oct. 25, 1925. Filmed Feb. 14 to 23, 1924, with retakes Mar. 28 to Apr. 1, 1924. ©Oct. 8, 1925. The series title might have been phased out by this time, as "Hunky Dory" and "Kelly" also pop up in relation to Mohan. Also featuring Billy Engle. Roach also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Cuckoo Love (producer/writer)
Oct. 18, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-11 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Apr. 18 to 29, 1925. ©July 6, 1925.

There Goes The Bride (producer/writer)
Oct. 25, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-4 - All Star series

Filmed June 18 to July 9, and miniatures on July 14, 18, 20, 21, 24, and 29, 1925. ©Sep. 28, 1925. Featuring Lucian Littlefield and Martha Sleeper. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

All Wool (producer/author)
Oct. 25, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-61 - Fite series with Earl Mohan

Filmed Apr. 14 to 19, 1924. ©Oct. 8, 1925. It's possible that the "Fite" name was no longer associated with this series by the release date. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

43. Better Movies (producer/story)
Nov. 1, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 27 to June 16, 1925. Originally production A-43. ©Aug. 20, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Should Sailors Marry? (producer/author)
Nov. 8, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-2 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Apr. 27 to May 8, 1925, with retakes June 2 to 8, 1925. Rob Stone's list also states that retakes started on June 6, but his Laurel Or Hardy book says the 2nd. ©Dec. 30, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Are Parents Pickles? (producer/author)
Nov. 8, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-41 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Mar. 1 to 14, 1922. ©Nov. 6, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

'Our Gang' At Home (producer)
Nov. 8, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1/3 reel - Pathé Review series

©Oct. 8, 1925. This short film was included in the Pathé Review, a weekly release typically consisting of three segments. This particular release was no. 45 for the year 1925, and Our Gang are featured in the middle segment. The other two segments have no relation to the Roach studios. The first is an episode of "American Wild Flowers" called "The Thistle," and is in color. The final segment is called "Forest Food Supplies."

The Uneasy Three (producer/writer)
Nov. 15, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-2 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Aug. 5 to 15, 1925. ©Nov. 6, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Papa, Be Good! (producer/author)
Nov. 22, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. G-12 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed May 21 to June 9, 1925, with retakes June 23, 1925. ©Aug. 28, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Whistling Lions (producer/author)
Nov. 22, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-61 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed July 25 to Aug. 1, 1922, with retakes Aug. 24 and 25, 1922. ©Mar. 15, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Laughing Ladies (producer/author)
Nov. 29, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-5 - All Star series

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed July 21 to Aug. 4, 1925, and miniatures on Aug. 12 and 15, 1925. According to his book, Laurel Or Hardy, it was filmed June 21 to 31, Aug. 1 to 4, and Aug. 13 and 15, 1925. ©Nov. 6, 1925. Featuring Lucien Littlefield, Katherine Grant and Tyler Brooke. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

45. One Wild Ride (producer/story)
Dec. 6, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-3 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 30 to Aug. 4, 1925. ©Nov. 6, 1925. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Hold Everything (producer/author)
Dec. 6, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-83 - Hal Roach series with Eddie Borden

Filmed Dec. 27, 1924, to Jan. 3, 1925, with retakes and added scenes Jan. 29 to Feb. 2, 1925. ©Mar. 15, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Starvation Blues (producer/author)
Dec. 13, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-5 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Sep. 14 to 29, 1925. ©Dec. 30, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

His Wooden Wedding (producer/author)
Dec. 20, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-3 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 1 to 12, 1925. ©Dec. 30, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Tol'ble Romeo (producer/author)
Dec. 20, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-86 - Hal Roach series with Frank Butler

Also listed as Dec. 27, 1925. Filmed Mar. 30 to Apr. 3, 1925. ©Mar. 6, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Flaming Flappers (producer/author)
Dec. 27, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-1 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed June 29 to July 17, 1925, with miniatures on Aug. 12, 1925. ©Dec. 30, 1925. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.


1926

The Clyde Cook series was terminated in January. Mabel Normand started a series with Roach in March. On March 16th, Roach signed a distribution deal with MGM, which was not to take effect (at least with the short comedies) until Sep. 1927. The Glenn Tryon series ended in May. From June to September, two Francis McDonald western features were produced for distribution through MGM. The Mabel Normand series ended in October. Max Davidson was given a series in December. In other news, during the studio's annual month-long hiatus, Pathé rented space to film the Monty Banks comedy "Atta Boy."

A Punch In The Nose (producer/writer)
Jan. 3, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-2 - All Star series with Lucien Littlefield

Filmed Apr. 6 to 22, 1925, with retakes May 29, June 1 to 4, and June 25, 1925. Originally scheduled to be released Oct. 25, 1925. ©Aug. 20, 1925. Also featuring Al St. John and James Finlayson. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

46. Good Cheer (producer/story)
Jan. 10, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-4 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 18, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Between Meals (producer/author)
Jan. 10, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-30 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Also listed as Jan. 3, 1926. Filmed Aug. 29 to Sep. 3, 1921. ©Dec. 16, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

What's The World Coming To? (producer/author)
Jan. 17, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-6 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Oct. 19 to Nov. 2, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Don't Butt In (producer/writer)
Jan. 17, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-31 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Sep. 7 to 18, 1921. Previewed Nov. 1921 under the title The Roustabout, but listed as a Snub Pollard film. ©Dec. 16, 1922 under preview title. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Charley My Boy (producer/author)
Jan. 24, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-4 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 28 to Oct. 9, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926. UK title: Charlie, My Boy. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Long Pants (producer/writer)
Jan. 31, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-2 - Glenn Tryon series

Also listed as Jan. 24, 1926. Filmed Sep. 8 to 25, 1925, with added scenes Nov. 14 and 17, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Soft Pedal (producer/writer)
Jan. 31, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-33 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Also listed as Jan. 30, 1926. Filmed Sep. 23 to Oct. 8, 1921. ©Dec. 16, 1922, under the title Leave It To Me. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Your Husband's Past (producer/author)
Feb. 7, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-6 - All Star series

Filmed Oct. 5 to 17, 1925. ©Feb. 6, 1926. Featuring Tyler Brooke. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

47. Buried Treasure (producer/story)
Feb. 14, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-5 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 1 to 19, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Pay The Cashier (producer/author)
Feb. 14, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-35 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Oct. 19 to 25, 1921. Previewed Nov. 1921. ©Dec. 16, 1922. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Wandering Papas (producer/author)
Feb. 21, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-4 - Clyde Cook series

Also listed as Dec. 13, 1925. Filmed July 13 to Aug. 1, 1925, with retakes Sep. 5, 1925, and miniatures on various dates between July 17 and Aug. 14, 1925. In his book, Rob Stone revises the final date to Aug. 15th. ©Feb. 6, 1926. Title of UK abridged version: Enough To Do. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Mama Behave (producer/author)
Feb. 28, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-5 - Charley Chase series

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 6, 1925. According to Anthony & Edmonds, the filming lasted until Nov. 26th. ©Jan. 23, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Only Son (producer/writer)
Feb. 28, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-37 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Filmed Nov. 4 to 12, 1921, with retakes Nov. 19, 1921. ©Dec. 16, 1922. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Hug Bug (producer/writer)
Mar. 7, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-4 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Nov. 19 to Dec. 5, 1925. ©Mar. 29, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Do Your Duty (producer/author)
Mar. 7, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. H-103 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also listed for Mar. 28, 1926. Filmed Dec. 27, 1921, to Jan. 6, 1922. ©Feb. 6, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Dizzy Daddies (producer)
Mar. 14, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-7 - All Star series

Filmed Nov. 5 to 19, 1925. ©Feb. 6, 1926. Featuring Tyler Brooke and James Finlayson. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Hired And Fired (producer/writer)
Mar. 14, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. C-38 - Hal Roach series with Paul Parrott

Premiered Mar. 2, 1926. Filmed Nov. 12 to 25, 1921, and Aug. 26 and 28, 1922. ©Dec. 16, 1922, and Feb. 6, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

48. Monkey Business (producer/story)
Mar. 21, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-6 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 18, 1925. ©Feb. 6, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Wife Tamers (producer/author)
Mar. 28, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-8 - Clyde Cook series

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Dec. 2 to 10, 1925 with added scenes Jan. 4 and 6, 1926. In his book, he revises it to Dec. 2 to 9, 1925, without mentioning added scenes. ©Mar. 15, 1926. Also features Lionel Barrymore. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Dog Shy (producer/author)
Apr. 4, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-6 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 28 to Dec. 8, 1925. ©Mar. 15, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Ukulele Sheiks (producer/author)
Apr. 11, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-5 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Dec. 23, 1925, to Jan. 13, 1926. ©Mar. 15, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Old War Horse (producer/author)
Apr. 11, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-27 - Hal Roach series with Snub Pollard

Also featuring Paul Parrott. This was probably originally prod. C-121, which was filmed Aug. 8 to 14, 1923. ©Mar. 6, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Madame Mystery (producer/co-writer)
Apr. 18, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-8 - All Star series with Theda Bara

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Dec. 1 to 24, 1925, but according to his book, filming began on the 10th. ©Mar. 15, 1926. Foreign version released in 5 reels. Also featuring Tyler Brooke, James Finlayson and Oliver Hardy. At least one source credits Roach with collaborating on the story. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

49. Baby Clothes (producer/story)
Apr. 25, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-7 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 7 to 20, 1925, with retakes Jan. 11, 1926. ©Mar. 15, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Scared Stiff (producer/author)
May 2, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-7 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Nov. 2 to 19, 1925. ©Mar. 15, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Mum's The Word (producer/author)
May 9, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-7 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 4 to 14, 1926. ©Mar. 29, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Say It With Babies (producer/author)
May 16, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-6 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Jan. 21 to Feb. 16, 1926, with retakes Feb. 21 and Mar. 22, 1926. ©May 17, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Don Key (Son Of Burro) (producer/author)
May 23, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-1 - All Star series with Max Davidson

Filmed Mar. 2 to 19, 1925, with retakes Sep. 21 to Oct. 5, and Dec. 28 to 30, 1925. ©Mar. 15, 1926. Also featuring James Finlayson. Originally prod. F-25 and meant to feature Frank Butler. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

50. Uncle Tom's Uncle (producer/story)
May 30, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-8 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 12 to Feb. 3, 1926. ©Apr. 28, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

He Forgot To Remember (producer/writer)
June 6, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-1 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Mar. 27 to Apr. 19, 1925, with retakes May 25 to 29, 1925, and Jan. 28 to 29, 1926. ©May 26, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Long Fliv The King (producer/author)
June 13, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-8 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 22 to Mar. 6, 1926. ©May 17, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Cow's Kimono (producer/author)
June 20, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-7 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Mar. 2 to 19, 1926, with added scenes Apr. 5 and 18, 1926. ©July 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Never Too Old (producer/author)
June 27, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-9 - All Star series with Claude Gillingwater.

Filmed Jan. 11 to 27, 1926. ©Apr. 28, 1926. Also featuring Tyler Brooke and James Finlayson. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

51. Thundering Fleas (producer/story)
July 4, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-9 - Our Gang series

Also listed for July 28, 1926. Filmed Mar. 8 to 25, 1926. ©May 26, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Mighty Like A Moose (producer/author)
July 18, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-9 - Charley Chase series

Premiered June 21, 1926. Filmed Mar. 20 to Apr. 2, 1926. ©May 26, 1926. Added to the National Film Registry on Dec. 27, 2007. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Along Came Auntie (producer/author)
July 25, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-8 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Apr. 9 to 24, 1926. ©July 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Merry Widower (producer/author)
Aug. 1, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-10 - All Star series with Ethel Clayton

Filmed Feb. 19 to Mar. 9, 1926. ©July 26, 1926. Originally written as prod. C-9 with Clyde Cook in the lead, but as of Feb. 18th, it became an All Star comedy. Also featuring James Finlayson and Tyler Brooke. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

52. Shivering Spooks (producer/story)
Aug. 8, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-10 - Our Gang series

Premiered July 4, 1926. Filmed Apr. 7 to 28, 1926. ©July 26, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Crazy Like A Fox (producer/author)
Aug. 22, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-10 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 14 to 22, 1926, with retakes May 28 to June 1, 1926. This is according to Rob Stone's list. His book states that the retakes were all done on the 28th. ©July 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Should Husbands Pay? (producer/author)
Sep. 5, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-10 - All Star series

Filmed Apr. 19 to May 5, 1926. ©July 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Devil Horse (producer/writer)
Sep. 12, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 6 reels - prod. J-4 - Rex the Wonder Horse feature

Premiered July 4, 1926. Filmed June 22 to July 25, July 27 to 28, and July 30 to 31, 1925. ©Mar. 6, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

53. The Fourth Alarm! (producer/co-story)
Sep. 12, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-11 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 24 to June 14, 1926. ©Sep. 17, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Bromo And Juliet (producer/author)
Sep. 19, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-11 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 11 to 25, 1926, with added scenes June 8, 1926. ©July 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

unspecified titles (producer)
1926 - Roach/MGM - prod. M-1 and M-2 - Francis McDonald features

These two productions are "The Valley Of Hell" and "The Desert's Toll," but I don't know which is which.

M-1 - filmed June 11 to July 3, and Aug. 3 to 6, 1926.

M-2 - filmed Aug. 10 to Sep. 11, 1926.

unspecified title (producer)
unreleased - Roach - Ernie Morrison trailer

Filmed Sep. 29 to 30, 1926.

Wise Guys Prefer Brunettes (producer/author)
Oct. 3, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-12 - All Star series

Filmed May 14 to June 2, 1926, with added scenes June 7, 1926. ©Sep. 17, 1926. Featuring Helene Chadwick and James Finlayson. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Tell 'Em Nothing (producer/author)
Oct. 17, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-12 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 15 to 26, 1926. ©Oct. 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Get 'Em Young (producer/author)
Oct. 31, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-13 - All Star series with Harry Myers

Filmed June 19 to July 2, and Aug. 5, 1926. ©Oct. 26, 1926. Also featuring Stan Laurel and Max Davidson. At least one source credits Roach as co-director. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Raggedy Rose (producer/author)
Nov. 7, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. S-11 - All Star series with Mabel Normand

Filmed Mar. 15 to Apr. 2, 1926, with retakes Apr. 15 to 17, 1926. Originally production C-9. ©Oct. 26, 1926. Previewed as a 4-reeler, and released in five reels for foreign markets. Also featuring Max Davidson and James Finlayson. The author credit is according to the opyright deposit.

The Desert's Toll (producer)
Nov. 14, 1926 - Roach/MGM - 6 reels - Francis McDonald feature

One of two westerns from the "M" series directed by Clifford Smith. ©Dec. 21, 1926.

Be Your Age (producer/author)
Nov. 14, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-13 - Charley Chase series

According to Rob Stone, this was filmed Aug. 13 to 24, 1926. According to Anthony & Edmonds, the filming lasted all the way to Sep. 24, 1936. Surely the year is an error. ©Oct. 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

54. War Feathers (producer/story)
Nov. 21, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed Aug. 5 to Sep. 4, 1926. ©Dec. 13, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

On The Front Page (producer/author)
Nov. 28, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-15 - All Star series with Lillian Rich

Filmed Aug. 23 to Sep. 4, 1926. ©Oct. 26 and Nov. 11, 1926. Also featuring Tyler Brooke and Stan Laurel. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Nickel Hopper (producer/co-writer)
Dec. 5, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. H-11 - Mabel Normand series

Also listed as prod. H-13. Filmed Aug. 19 to Sep. 3, 1926. ©Nov. 11, 1926. At least one source credits Roach as co-writer. Also listed as author in copyright deposit.

There Ain't No Santa Claus (producer/author)
Dec. 12, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-15 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Jan. 9, 1927. Filmed Sep. 27 to Oct. 7, 1926. ©Dec. 31, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

56. Telling Whoppers (producer/story)
Dec. 19, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-14 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Dec. 29, 1926. Filmed Sep. 10 to 18, 1926. ©Nov. 11, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

45 Minutes From Hollywood (producer/writer)
Dec. 26, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-3 - Glenn Tryon series

Also featuring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Theda Bara and Our Gang. Filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 8, 1925, with added scenes Nov. 16, 1925, and retakes Mar. 27, and Apr. 5 and 6, 1926. ©Dec. 13, 1926. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.


1927

The last Rex the Wonder Horse feature finished filming in January. F. Richard Jones resigned on March 9th, to be replaced as director-general by Leo McCarey. The studio was closed during the entire month of July for summer recess. Roach struggled with Pathé to be released from his contract, which wasn't set to expire until Sep. 1, 1930. In the summer, he sued Pathé over unfair distribution policies and finagled accounts, and the distributor countersued. The case wasn't resolved until 1932, but MGM took over distribution at the beginning of Sep. 1927.

Anything Once! (producer/author)
Jan. 2, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. H-12 - Mabel Normand series

Also listed as prod. H-14. May have been a two reeler. Filmed Sep. 21 to Oct. 12, 1926. ©Dec. 31, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Many Scrappy Returns (producer/author)
Jan. 9, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-14 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Dec. 12, 1926. Filmed Sep. 7 to 14, 1926. ©Nov. 11, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

57. Bring Home The Turkey (producer/story)
Jan. 16, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-15 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 29 to Oct. 15, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Two-Time Mama (producer/author)
Jan. 23, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-9 - Glenn Tryon series

Also listed as Jan. 27, 1927. Filmed May 6 to 21, 1926, with added scenes May 24, 1926. ©July 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Should Men Walk Home? (producer/author)
Jan. 30, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. H-15 - All Star series with Mabel Normand and Creighton Hale

Also listed as a two reeler, and also listed for Feb. 6, 1927. Filmed Oct. 25 to Nov. 11, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Are Brunettes Safe? (producer/author)
Feb. 6, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-16 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 25 to Nov. 4, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

55. Seeing The World (producer/story)
Feb. 13, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-13 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 29 to Nov. 15, 1926. European footage shot July and Aug. 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Valley Of Hell (producer)
Feb. 19, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 5 reels - Francis McDonald feature

One of two westerns from the "M" series directed by Clifford Smith. ©Mar. 2, 1927.

Why Girls Say No (producer/author)
Feb. 20, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-16 - All Star series with Marjorie Daw

Filmed Sep. 9 to 21, 1926, with retakes Sep. 25, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927. Also featuring Creighton Hale, Max Davidson, and Oliver Hardy. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

One Hour Married (producer/author)
Feb. 27, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. H-10 - Mabel Normand series

Also listed as prod. H-12, and as a two reeler. Filmed June 14 to July 3, 1926. ©Oct. 26, 1926. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

A One Mama Man (producer/author)
Mar. 6, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-17 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 26, Nov. 30 to Dec. 6, and Dec. 29, 1926. ©Feb. 14, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

58. Ten Years Old (producer/story)
Mar. 13, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-16 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 24 to Dec. 14, 1926. ©Feb. 14, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Duck Soup (producer/author)
Mar. 20, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-14 - All Star series with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy

Also listed for Mar. 13, 1927. Filmed Sep. 20 to Oct. 2, 1926. ©Jan. 13, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Honorable Mr. Buggs (producer/author)
Mar. 27, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-17 - All Star series with Matt Moore

Also listed for Apr. 24, 1927. Filmed Oct. 6 to 20, 1926. ©Jan. 17, 1927 as Hon. Mr. Buggs. Also featuring Anna May Wong and Oliver Hardy. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Forgotten Sweeties (producer/author)
Apr. 3, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-18 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Apr. 10, 1927. Filmed Dec. 20 to 29, 1926. ©Apr. 11, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

59. Love My Dog (producer/story)
Apr. 10, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-17 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Apr. 17, 1927. Filmed Dec. 21, 1926, to Jan. 4, 1927. ©Apr. 11, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Slipping Wives (producer/writer)
Apr. 17, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-18 - All Star series with Priscilla Dean

Also listed for Apr. 3, 1927. Filmed Oct. 20 to Nov. 3, 1926. ©Jan. 17, 1927. Also featuring Herbert Rawlinson, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

No Man's Law (presenter)
Apr. 24, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 7 reels - prod. J-5 - Rex the Wonder Horse feature

Also listed for May 1, 1927. Also featuring Barbara Kent, James Finlayson and Oliver Hardy. According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Dec. 11, 1926, and Dec. 18, 1926, to Jan. 7, 1927. His book revises this information, however, as Dec. 11 to 30, 1926. ©Apr. 7, 1927. UK title: Man's Law.

Jewish Prudence (producer/author)
May 8, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-16 - Max Davidson series

Also listed as a 3 reel All Star film. Filmed Dec. 9 to 17, 1926. ©Apr. 11, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Bigger And Better Blondes (producer/author)
May 15, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-19 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 17 to 25, 1927. ©Apr. 11, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

60. Tired Business Men (producer/story)
May 22, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-18 - Our Gang series

Also listed for May 15, 1927, and May 21, 1927. Filmed Jan. 18 to Feb. 3, 1927. ©Apr. 11, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Eve's Love Letters (producer/author)
May 29, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-17 - All Star series

Also listed for May 28, 1927. Filmed Jan. 17 to 28, 1927. ©Apr. 11, 1927. Featuring Agnes Ayres, Forrest Stanley and Stan Laurel. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Love 'Em And Weep (producer/co-writer)
June 12, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-19 - All Star series

Filmed Nov. 26 to Dec. 7, 1926, with retakes Jan. 12 to 13, 1927. ©Apr. 11, 1927. Featuring Stan Laurel, James Finlayson, Mae Busch and Oliver Hardy. This film replaced a previous prod. S-19, titled "A Close Shave," which was written by Stan Laurel, but never made. Roach was also credited as author in the copyright deposit.

Fluttering Hearts (producer/author)
June 19, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-20 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 14 to Mar. 1, 1927, with retakes Mar. 21, 1927. ©May 18, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

61. Baby Brother (producer/story)
June 26, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-19 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 17 to Mar. 14, 1927. ©May 18, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Don't Tell Everything (producer/author)
July 3, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-18 - Max Davidson series

Also listed for July 2, 1927. Also listed as an All Star film. Filmed Feb. 22 to Mar. 7, 1927, with retakes Mar. 29, and Apr. 1 to 2, 1927. ©May 18, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Why Girls Love Sailors (producer/writer)
July 17, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-20 - All Star series with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy

Also listed for July 23, 1927. Filmed Jan. 31 to Feb. 19, 1927, with retakes Mar. 17 to 18, 1927. This according to Rob Stone. Randy Skretvedt changes the retake dates to the 18th and 19th. ©May 18, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

64. The Glorious Fourth (producer/story)
July 31, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-22 - Our Gang series

Also listed for June 26, 1927, and July 30, 1927. Filmed May 10 to 21, 1927. ©July 22, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

What Women Did For Me (producer/author)
Aug. 14, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-21 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Mar. 14 to 29, 1927. ©May 18, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

With Love And Hisses (producer/co-writer)
Aug. 28, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-21 - All Star series

Filmed Mar. 14 to 30, 1927. ©May 18, 1927. Featuring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, James Finlayson and Anita Garvin. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Sting Of Stings (producer)
Sep. 3, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-2 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 3 to 13, 1927. ©Sep. 14, 1927. UK title: A Treat For The Boys.

Sugar Daddies (producer)
Sep. 10, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-1 - All Star series

Filmed May 26 to June 3, 1927. ©Aug. 17, 1927. Featuring James Finlayson, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

63. Olympic Games (producer/story)
Sep. 11, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-21 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Sep. 10, 1927. Filmed Apr. 22 to May 6, 1927. ©July 8, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

What Every Iceman Knows (producer)
Sep. 17, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-1 - Max Davidson series

Filmed June 3 to 11, 1927. ©Sep. 14, 1927. Includes tinted sequences.

67. Yale Vs. Harvard (producer)
Sep. 24, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-1 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 13 to 24, 1927. ©Aug. 17, 1927.

Sailors, Beware! (producer/co-writer/uncredited co-director)
Sep. 25, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-22 - All Star series

Also listed for Sep. 24, 1927. According to Rob Stone, this was filmed Apr. 4 to 16, 1927, with retakes Apr. 16 and 18, 1927. Randy Skretvedt revises it to Apr. 4 to 14, 1927, with retakes Apr. 18, 1927. ©June 9, 1927. Featuring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy and Anita Garvin. Roach directed all but the retakes. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Lighter That Failed (producer)
Oct. 1, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-1 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 17 to 24, 1927. ©Oct. 12, 1927.

The Second Hundred Years (producer)
Oct. 8, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-2 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed June 11 to 18, 1927. ©Sep. 21, 1927. Includes tinted sequences.

Now I'll Tell One (producer/author)
Oct. 9, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-22 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Oct. 5 and Oct. 29, 1927. According to Rob Stone, this was filmed Apr. 13 to 22, 1927. Randy Skretvedt states that filming took place from Apr. 20 to 25, 1927. ©July 8, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Call Of The Cuckoos (producer)
Oct. 15, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-2 - Max Davidson series

Filmed June 13 to 22, 1927, with added scenes Aug. 2, 1927. ©Oct. 12, 1927. Also featuring Charley Chase, James Finlayson, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

68. The Old Wallop
Oct. 22, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-2 - Our Gang series

Filmed Aug. 8 to 20, 1927. ©Oct. 22, 1927.

Should Second Husbands Come First? (producer/author)
Oct. 23, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-19 - All Star series with Max Davidson

Filmed Apr. 11 to 21, 1927. ©July 8, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

The Way Of All Pants (producer)
Oct. 29, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-3 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Aug. 12 to 22, 1927. ©Oct. 17, 1927. UK title: The Way Of All Dress.

Hats Off (producer)
Nov. 5, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-3 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Aug. 19 to 29, 1927. ©Oct. 17, 1927.

62. Chicken Feed (producer/story)
Nov. 6, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-20 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 28 to Apr. 15, 1927. ©June 9, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Love 'Em And Feed 'Em (producer/writer/uncredited co-director)
Nov. 12, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-3 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Aug. 9 to 14, 1927. New ending shot around Sep. 1, 1927. ©Oct. 17, 1927. Roach directed all but the last two days.

69. Heebee Jeebees
Nov. 19, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-3 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Nov. 29, 1927. Filmed Aug. 29 to Sep. 13, and Sep. 30, 1927. ©Nov. 1, 1927.

Do Detectives Think? (producer/writer)
Nov. 20, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-24 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Also listed for Nov. 12, 1927. Filmed Apr. 25 to May 6, 1927. ©July 8, 1927. Also featuring James Finlayson. Roach also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Us (producer)
Nov. 26, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-4 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 6 to 21, 1927. ©Nov. 22, 1927.

Putting Pants On Philip (producer)
Dec. 3, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-4 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

According to Rob Stone, this was filmed Sep. 13 to 23, 1927. According to Randy Skretvedt, filming continued until the 27th. ©Jan. 3, 1928.

Assistant Wives (producer/author)
Dec. 4, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-23 - Charley Chase series

Also listed as Dec. 12, 1927. Filmed May 4 to 17, 1927. ©Sep. 2, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Fighting Fathers (producer/story)
Dec. 10, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-4 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Aug. 24 to Sep. 2, 1927. ©Nov. 22, 1927.

70. Dog Heaven
Dec. 17, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-4 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 15 to Oct. 13, 1927, with retakes Nov. 1, 1927. ©Nov. 26, 1929.

Flaming Fathers (producer/author)
Dec. 18, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-25 - All Star series with Max Davidson

Most likely filmed May 5 to 18, 1927, as prod. H-20. ©July 22, 1927. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Never The Dames Shall Meet (producer)
Dec. 24, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-5 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 5 to 13, 1927. ©Dec. 24, 1927.

The Battle Of The Century (producer/story)
Dec. 31, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-5 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Oct. 5 to 13, and 27 to 29, 1927. According to Rob Stone, retakes were shot Nov. 11, 1927, but according to Randy Skretvedt, these took place on the 12th. ©Jan. 9, 1928.


1928

Hal Roach was away from the studio from mid January until May 24th while taking a round-the-world vacation. Early in the year, Laurel & Hardy were removed from the All Star series and launched into a series of their own, while Max Davidson's series was cancelled, with Davidson being added to the All Star cast. The studio was closed from Mar. 26th to May 2nd. In October, Roach announced a contract with the Victor Talking Machine company, which would result in the studio being wired for sound. Leo McCarey's contract expired on Dec. 28th, leaving the studio without a director-general. The studio closed on Dec. 29th for Christmas recess.

65. Playin' Hookey (producer)
Jan. 1, 1928 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-24 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 27 to 29, and Aug. 1 to 6, 1927. ©Feb. 6, 1928.

Pass The Gravy (producer/story)
Jan. 7, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-6 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Oct. 14 to 31, 1927. ©Jan. 9, 1928. Added to the National Film Registry on Nov. 16, 1998.

71. Spook-Spoofing
Jan. 14, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. G-5 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 11 to 27, 1927. ©Jan. 14, 1928.

Should Tall Men Marry? (producer/author)
Jan. 15, 1928 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-23 - All Star series with James Finlayson and Stan Laurel

Filmed Apr. 16 to May 5, 1927, with retakes May 17 to 25, 1927. ©Sep. 2, 1927. Previewed as Cowboys Cry For It. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

All For Nothing (producer)
Jan. 21, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-6 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Feb. 18, 1928. Filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 4, 1927. ©Jan. 21, 1928.

Leave 'Em Laughing (producer/story)
Jan. 28, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-6 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Nov. 3 to 11, 1927, with retakes Nov. 17, 1927. According to Randy Skretvedt, there were also retakes on the 12th. ©Jan. 9, 1928.

Dumb Daddies (producer)
Feb. 4, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-7 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Nov. 17 to Dec. 1, 1927. ©Feb. 4, 1928.

72. Rainy Days
Feb. 11, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-6 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 4 to Dec. 28, 1927. ©Feb. 11, 1928, and Sep. 4, 1929.

Flying Elephants (producer/writer/uncredited co-director)
Feb. 12, 1928 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-26 - All Star series with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy

Filmed May 9 to 14, 1927, with retakes June 9, 1927. ©Sep. 2, 1927. Also featuring James Finlayson. Roach directed all but the retakes, but was uncredited. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

The Family Group (producer)
Feb. 18, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-8 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Dec. 12 to 23, 1927. ©Feb. 18, 1928.

The Finishing Touch (producer)
Feb. 25, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-7 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Dec. 2 to 17, 1927. ©Feb. 25, 1928.

66. The Smile Wins (producer/story)
Feb. 26, 1928 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-23 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 24 to June 7, 1927. ©Sep. 2, 1927. Also credited as author in copyright deposit.

Came The Dawn (producer)
Mar. 3, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-8 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Dec. 18, 1927, to Jan. 3, 1928. ©Mar. 3, 1928.

73. Edison, Marconi & Co.
Mar. 10, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-7 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Mar. 9, 1928. Filmed Dec. 16 to 22, and Dec. 28, 1927. ©Mar. 10, 1928.

Galloping Ghosts (producer/author)
Mar. 11, 1928 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-9 - All Star series

Filmed June 1 to 14, 1926. ©July 22, 1927. Also listed as both a 1926 and a 1927 film, and as a Clyde Cook film, even though he wasn't in it. Two other films were also temporarily given the C-9 production number, one of which was a Cook film, but were reassigned as S-10 and S-11. Featuring John T. Murray, Oliver Hardy and James Finlayson. The author credit is according to the copyright deposit.

Aching Youth (producer)
Mar. 17, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-9 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 9 to 23, 1928. ©Mar. 17, 1928.

From Soup To Nuts (producer)
Mar. 24, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-8 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Dec. 27, 1927, to Jan. 5, 1928. ©Mar. 24, 1928. Previewed as Let George Do It.

Blow By Blow (producer)
Mar. 31, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-9 - Max Davidson series

Also listed for Mar. 21, 1928. Filmed Jan. 9 to 17, 1928. ©Mar. 31, 1928.

74. Barnum & Ringling, Inc.
Apr. 7, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-8 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 21, 1927, to Jan. 9, 1928. ©Apr. 7, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Limousine Love (producer)
Apr. 14, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-10 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 2 to 14, 1928. ©Apr. 14, 1928.

You're Darn Tootin' (producer)
Apr. 21, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-9 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Jan. 17 to 27, 1928. ©Apr. 21, 1928. UK title: The Music Blasters.

Tell It To The Judge (producer)
Apr. 28, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-5 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Sep. 9 to Oct. 1, 1927, with retakes Nov. 7 and 10, 1927. ©Apr. 28, 1928.

75. Fair And Muddy
May 5, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-9 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 16 to Feb. 8, 1928. ©May 5, 1928.

The Fight Pest (producer)
May 12, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-11 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 28 to Mar. 8, 1928. ©May 12, 1928.

Their Purple Moment (producer)
May 19, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-10 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Feb. 15 to 24, 1928, with retakes Mar. 7, 1928. ©May 19, 1928.

Should Women Drive? (producer)
May 26, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-10 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Jan. 20 to 30, 1928. ©May 15, 1928.

76. Crazy House
June 2, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-10 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 10 to 24, 1928. ©May 16, 1928.

Imagine My Embarrassment (producer)
Sep. 1, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-12 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 3 to 9, 1928. ©Sep. 1, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Should Married Men Go Home? (producer)
Sep. 8, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-11 - Laurel & Hardy series

According to Randy Skretvedt, this was filmed Mar. 12 to 21, 1928, with added scenes Mar. 23 and May 11, inserts on May 2, and retakes May 12, 1928. The dates for the initial filming match Rob Stone's information for "That Night." ©Sep. 8, 1928.

That Night (producer)
Sep. 15, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-11 - All Star series with Max Davidson

Rob Stone's list includes this film twice. As a Davidson film, it's listed as prod. D-11, which was filmed Feb. 7 to 14, 1928. As part of the All Star series, it's listed as prod. S-11, which was filmed Mar. 12 to 21, 1928. ©Sep. 15, 1928. Includes tinted sequences.

77. Growing Pains
Sep. 22, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-11 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 27 to Mar. 15, 1928. ©Sep. 22, 1928.

Is Everybody Happy? (producer)
Sep. 29, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-13 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Sep. 28, 1928. Filmed June 5 to 13, 1928, with retakes June 29, 1928. ©Sep. 29, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Early To Bed (producer)
Oct. 6, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-12 - Laurel & Hardy series

According to Rob Stone, this was filmed June 19 to 20, 1928, with retakes June 25 to 26, 1928. Randy Skretvedt instead gives the shooting dates for "Do Gentlemen Snore." ©Oct. 6, 1928.

Do Gentlemen Snore? (producer)
Oct. 13, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-12 - All Star series with Max Davidson

Rob Stone's list includes this film twice. As a Davidson film, it's listed as prod. D-12, which was filmed May 15 to 19, 1928. As part of the All Star series, it's listed as prod. S-12, which was filmed May 21 to 29, 1928. ©Oct. 13, 1928. Includes tinted sequences.

78. The Ol' Gray Hoss
Oct. 20, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 7 to 26, 1928, with retakes Aug. 16, 1928. ©Oct. 20, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

All Parts (producer)
Oct. 27, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-15 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 27 to Aug. 6, 1928. ©Oct. 27, 1928, and Jan. 22, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Two Tars (producer)
Nov. 3, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-13 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 22 to July 3, 1928. ©Nov. 3, 1928.

The Boy Friend (producer)
Nov. 10, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-13 - All Star series w/Max Davidson

Filmed June 18 to 25, 1928, with retakes June 27, 1928. ©Oct. 15, 1928. Also featuring Edgar Kennedy and Marion Byron.

79. School Begins
Nov. 17, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-13 - Our Gang series

Premiered Sep. 16, 1928. Filmed June 7 to 28, 1928. ©Nov. 17, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

The Booster (producer)
Nov. 24, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-14 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 9 to 14, 1928, with retakes Sep. 18, 1928. ©Nov. 24, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Habeas Corpus (producer)
Dec. 1, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-14 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed July 16 to 21, and July 30 to 31, 1928. ©June 27, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Feed 'Em And Weep (producer)
Dec. 8, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-14 - All Star series

Filmed July 12 to 24, 1928, with retakes Aug. 2, 1928. ©July 1, 1929. Featuring Anita Garvin, Max Davidson and Edgar Kennedy.

80. The Spanking Age
Dec. 15, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-14 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 2 to 14, 1928. ©Dec. 15, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Chasing Husbands (producer)
Dec. 22, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-16 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 4 to 14, 1928. ©Dec. 6, 1928. Also featuring Jean Harlow.

We Faw Down (producer)
Dec. 29, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-15 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Aug. 23 to Sep. 1, 1928, with retakes Sep. 13, 1928. Randy Skretvedt adds Sep. 7 for retakes. ©Dec. 29, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack. UK title: We Slip Up.


1929

Leo McCarey resigned as vice-president in January. The studio reopened on Jan. 28th after Christmas recess. The studio closed from March 15th to March 23rd while sound equipment was installed. In mid-April, Roach made plans to make twelve additional silent shorts for the upcoming film season, three from each series, but eventually decided to simply make silent prints of some of the talkies. Thelma Todd joined the Roach stock company early in the year. Harry Langdon took over the lead in the All Star series in June. The studio was closed from July 29th to Aug. 26th for summer recess. Fred Karno was hired as director-general in October. That same month, the studio began producing foreign-language versions of their films in which the principal actors recited their dialogue phonetically and the supporting casts were replaced by actors fluent in the given language.

Going Ga Ga (producer)
Jan. 5, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-15 - All Star series

Filmed Aug. 8 to 21, 1928, with retakes Oct. 1 to 4, 1928. ©Dec. 27, 1928. Featuring Max Davidson, Edgar Kennedy and Marion Byron.

81. Election Day (producer)
Jan. 12, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-15 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 19 to Aug. 4, 1928, with retakes Aug. 22 to 24, 1928. ©Dec. 10, 1928.

Ruby Lips (producer)
Jan. 19, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-17 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 5 to 12, 1928. ©Dec. 27, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Liberty (producer)
Jan. 26, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-16 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 1 to 17, 1928, with retakes Nov. 13 to 19, 1928. Randy Skretvedt adds Oct. 26th for retakes. ©Jan. 28, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

A Pair Of Tights (producer)
Feb. 2, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-16 - All Star series with Edgar Kennedy

Filmed Sep. 19 to 28, 1928. ©Dec. 10, 1928. Also featuring Stuart Erwin, Anita Garvin and Marion Byron.

82. Noisy Noises
Feb. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-16 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 29 to Nov. 10, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Off To Buffalo (producer)
Feb. 16, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-18 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 28 to Nov. 1, 1928. ©Feb. 4, 1929.

Wrong Again (producer)
Feb. 23, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-17 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Nov. 21 to Dec. 1, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

When Money Comes (producer/director)
Mar. 2, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-17 - All Star series with Edgar Kennedy

Filmed Oct. 26 to 30, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929.

83. The Holy Terror
Mar. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-17 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 19 to 28, 1928. ©July 11, 1929.

Loud Soup (producer)
Mar. 16, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-19 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Dec. 4 to 8, 1928. ©Mar. 11, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

That's My Wife (producer)
Mar. 23, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-18 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 11 to 16, 1928. ©Mar. 11, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Why Is A Plumber? (producer/director)
Mar. 30, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-19 - All Star series with Edgar Kennedy

Filmed Dec. 13 to 17, 1927. ©Mar. 11, 1929.

84. Wiggle Your Ears
Apr. 6, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-18 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 4 to 12, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Thin Twins (producer)
Apr. 13, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-20 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Dec. 11 to 17, 1928. ©Mar. 11, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Big Business (producer)
Apr. 20, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-19 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 19 to 26, 1928. ©June 27, 1929. Added to the National Film Registry on Dec. 4, 1992.

The Unkissed Man (producer/co-director)
Apr. 27, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-18 - All Star series

Filmed Dec. 3 to 8, 1928, with added scenes Dec. 28, 1928. ©May 20, 1929. Featuring Bryant Washburn and Edna Murphy. Roach directed all but the added scenes.

Unaccustomed As We Are (producer/co-director)
May 4, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-23 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Mar. 25 to 30, 1929, with retakes Apr. 1, 1929. ©Dec. 10, 1929. This was the first talkie produced by Roach.

85. Fast Freight
May 4, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-19 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 10 to 27, and Dec. 29, 1928. ©Apr. 1, 1929.

Hurdy Gurdy (producer/director)
May 11, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-21 - All Star series

Filmed Apr. 2 to 6, 1929. ©June 5, 1929. Featuring Max Davidson, Edgar Kennedy and Thelma Todd.

Movie Night (producer)
May 11, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. C-7 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 21 to Dec. 2, 1927, with retakes Dec. 18 to 22, 1928. ©Apr. 1, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

89. Small Talk
May 18, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 3 reels - prod. G-23 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Apr. 18, 1929. Filmed Mar. 25 to Apr. 6, 1929. ©July 30, 1929.

Double Whoopee (producer)
May 18, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. L-20 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 5 to 9, 1929. ©May 13, 1929.

The Big Squawk (producer)
May 25, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-21 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 8 to 13, 1929. ©July 29, 1929.

Thundering Toupees (producer/co-director)
May 25, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. S-20 - All Star series

Filmed Dec. 20 to 27, 1928. ©June 27, 1929. Featuring Vivien Oakland and Eddie Dunn. The ledgers credit Roach as the director, but Robert McGowan received onscreen credit.

Berth Marks (producer)
June 1, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-24 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Apr. 15 to 18, Apr. 22, and Apr. 24, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929. Also released as a silent film. Reissued in 1936 with new soundtrack music.

86. Little Mother
June 1, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-20 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 4 to 13, 1929. ©June 3, 1929.

Madame "Q" (producer/director)
June 8, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-22 - All Star series

Filmed Apr. 11 to 15, 1929. ©July 1, 1929. Featuring Jocelyn Lee and Edgar Kennedy.

90. Railroadin'
June 15, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-24 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 17 to 25, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929.

Hal Roach Announcement (producer)
June 1929 - Roach - talkie - 1 reel

This is a promotional film introducing the latest Roach star, Harry Langdon.

Leaping Love (producer)
June 22, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-22 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 29 to May 3, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929.

Men O'War (producer)
June 29, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-25 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed May 7 to 15, 1929, with Hollenbeck Park filming taking place May 11 to 18, 1929. ©July 29, 1929.

Dad's Day (producer/director)
July 6, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-23 - All Star series with Edgar Kennedy

Also listed for July 7, 1929. Filmed May 13 to 17, 1929. ©July 29, 1929.

Snappy Sneezer (producer)
July 27, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-23 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for July 29, 1929. Filmed May 25 to 30, 1929. ©Aug. 12, 1929.

Perfect Day (producer/co-writer)
Aug. 10, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-26 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 3 to 8, 1929. ©Aug. 12, 1929.

Hotter Than Hot (producer)
Aug. 17, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-24 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed June 10 to 17, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

92. Lazy Days
Aug. 24, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-26 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Aug. 15, 1929, and Oct. 24, 1929. Filmed June 10 to 20, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

Crazy Feet (producer)
Sep. 7, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-24 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 20 to 27, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

91. Boxing Gloves (co-writer)
Sep. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-25 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 13 to 25, 1929. ©Sep. 9, 1929.

87. Cat, Dog & Co.
Sep. 14, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-21 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 20 to Mar. 2, 1929. ©Sep. 3, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

They Go Boom (producer)
Sep. 21, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-27 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 26 to 27, July 1, and July 5 to 11, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

Sky Boy (producer)
Oct. 5, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-25 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed July 16 to 22, 1929. ©Sep. 23, 1929.

93. Bouncing Babies
Oct. 12, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-27 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 5 to 15, 1929. ©Sep. 23, 1929.

Bacon Grabbers (producer)
Oct. 19, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. L-21 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 18 to 27, 1929. ©Sep. 3, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Stepping Out (producer)
Nov. 2, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-25 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 16 to 22, 1929. ©Sep. 23, 1929.

88. Saturday's Lesson
Nov. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-22 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 5 to 11, 1929. ©Sep. 9, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

The Hoose-Gow (producer)
Nov. 16, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-28 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Aug. 30 to Sep. 10, 1929. ©Nov. 11, 1929.

Skirt Shy (producer)
Nov. 30, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-26 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Sep. 11 to 26, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929.

94. Moan & Groan, Inc.
Dec. 7, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-28 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 14, 1929. ©Dec. 2, 1929.

Angora Love (producer)
Dec. 14, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. L-22 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Mar. 8 to 14, 1929. Previewed in late Mar. 1929. ©Sep. 3, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Great Gobs! (producer)
Dec. 28, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-26 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 16 to 21, 1929, with retakes Sep. 25 and Oct. 7, 1929.


1930

Fred Karno's tenure as director-general came to a quick end in February. Harry Langdon left the All Star series in February, and was replaced by The Boy Friends. The studio was closed during the entire month of March. During this time, Hal Roach directed the feature "Men Of The North" for MGM, a rare instance in which he worked outside of his own studio. In June, filming began on "Pardon Us," the first Laurel & Hardy feature. From here on out, Laurel & Hardy would regularly make features in addition to their series of shorts. The studio was closed July 13th through 19th.

Night Owls (producer)
Jan. 4, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-29 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 12, 1929. ©Jan. 6, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Ladrones, and possibly German. The Italian version, entitled Ladroni, was probably dubbed.

The Head Guy (producer/co-director)
Jan. 11, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-27 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Oct. 3 to 8, 1929. ©Dec. 26, 1929. Roach was joined by the 8th by director Fred Guiol.

95. Shivering Shakespeare
Jan. 25, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-29 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 12, 1929. ©Dec. 17, 1929.

The Real McCoy (producer)
Feb. 1, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-27 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 14 to 21, 1929. ©Dec. 26, 1929.

Blotto (producer)
Feb. 8, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-30 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 11 to 21, 1929. ©Feb. 13, 1930. Also filmed as Spanish 5 reeler entitled La vida nocturna and in French as Une nuit extravagante. Foreign versions filmed Dec. 26, 1929, to Jan. 2, 1930, and Jan. 17, 1930. Randy Skretvedt provides a variation of this, stating that the domestic resumed filming from Dec. 26 to 31, 1929, with the foreign versions being filmed from Jan. 2 to 17, 1930. The English language version was re-released as a two-reeler in 1937 with new background music.

The Fighting Parson (producer)
Feb. 22, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-28 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Oct. 21 to Nov. 1, 1929. ©Jan. 6, 1930.

96. The First Seven Years
Mar. 1, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-30 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 28 to Nov. 16, 1929. ©Jan. 20, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Los pequenos papas.

Whispering Whoopee (producer)
Mar. 8, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-29 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 17 to 24, 1930.

Brats (producer/co-writer)
Mar. 22, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-31 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Jan. 21 to Feb. 7, 1930. ©Mar. 31, 1930. Also filmed in German as Gluckliche kindheit, and in French as Les Bons Petits Diables, and possibly in Spanish. Also released as a silent film.

The Big Kick (producer)
Mar. 29, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-29 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Nov. 20 to 29, 1929. ©Feb. 17, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as La estacion de gasolina.

97. When The Wind Blows
Apr. 5, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-31 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 29 to Dec. 10, 1929. ©Feb. 10, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Las fantasmas.

All Teed Up (producer)
Apr. 19, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-28 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 3 to Feb. 1, 1930. ©Apr. 7, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as El Jugador de Golf and in French as Le Joueur de Golf. Both versions were in four reels. The Spanish version was released in Mexico on May 8, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on May 19, 1930.

Below Zero (producer)
Apr. 26, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-32 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 17 to 28, 1930. ©Apr. 14, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Tiembla y titubea and possibly in German.

The Shrimp (producer/co-director)
May 3, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-30 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Also listed for May 2, 1930. Filmed Dec. 12 to 26, 1929. ©Mar. 3, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as ¡Pobre infeliz!. Roach directed the retakes.

The Rogue Song (uncredited co-director/uncredited co-writer)
May 10, 1930 - MGM - 11 reels - 2-strip Technicolor - feature

Filmed in the fall of 1929. World Premiere on Jan. 17, 1930. ©Mar. 26, 1930.

98. Bear Shooters
May 17, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-32 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 19, 1929, to Jan. 4, 1930, and Jan. 21, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Los cazadores de osos, as well as in French.

Fifty Million Husbands (producer)
May 24, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-30 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 17 to 28, 1930. ©Nov. 30, 1930. Anthony & Edmonds speculate that the French version, known as No 'ume de Pipe!:, was probably the U.S. version with dubbing.

Hog Wild (producer)
May 31, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-33 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Apr. 4 to 21, 1930. ©Dec. 3, 1930. UK title: Aerial Antics. Also filmed in Spanish as Radio mania and in French as Pele Mele.

The King (producer)
June 14, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-31 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Feb. 7 to 22, 1930. ©Apr. 21, 1930. Also filmed in German as Der Konig.

99. A Tough Winter
June 21, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-33 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 27 to Feb. 15, 1930. ©Apr. 14, 1930. Also filmed in German as Winter Wetter and in French as Semps d'hiver.

Fast Work (producer)
June 28, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-31 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 3 to 19, 1930. ©May 22, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish, with added scenes May 23 to 24, 1930, and released as Locuras de Amor, which was prod. C-31-S and five reels in length. Alternate title: Ay Amor, Como me has Puesto!. Released in Chile on Sep. 2, 1930, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Oct. 23, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Dec. 12, 1930. The Mexican version totaled 50 minutes.

Girl Shock (producer)
Aug. 23, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-32-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 5 to 19, 1930. ©Aug. 25, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as ¡Huye, Faldas!, which was prod. C-32-S. Released in La Habana, Cuba, on Oct. 6, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Nov. 3, 1930. Also filmed in French as Timide Malgré Lui, which was prod. C-32-F. Both foreign versions were filmed May 9 to 19, 1930. The Spanish version was two reels in length and the French version may have been as well.

100. Pups Is Pups
Aug. 30, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-34 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 21 to May 9, 1930. ©July 2, 1930. Added to the National Film Registry on Dec. 28, 2004.

The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case (producer)
Sep. 6, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-34-E - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed May 5 to 20, 1930. Randy Skretvedt extends this to the 21st. ©July 16, 1930. Also released as Spanish version entitled Noche de duendes, which incorporated dubbed original footage with newly-filmed Spanish footage of "Berth Marks." This longer version, prod. L-34-C, was also made in German as Der Spuk Um Mitternacht (released May 5, 1931), and in French as Feu Mon Oncle. Foreign footage was filmed May 6 to 28, 1930, with dubbing added July 24 to 30, 1930. Skretvedt states the foreign filming didn't begin until May 22nd.

Doctor's Orders (producer)
Sep. 13, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-32 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Apr. 15 to May 2, May 11 and 12, and June 28, 1930. ©July 7, 1930. Also made as Spanish version entitled Lo ordeno el doctor, which used the English original with full-frame cut-in titles, but wasn't accepted by MGM for release in this format.

Men Of The North (director/uncredited producer)
Sep. 27, 1930 - MGM - 7 reels

Featuring Gilbert Roland. ©Oct. 1, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Monsieur Le Fox, with Roach as co-director, and totaling 106 minutes. Also filmed in French and German with same title, and filmed in Italian as Luigi La Volpe.

Dollar Dizzy (producer)
Oct. 4, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-33-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 20 to 30, 1930. ©Oct. 6, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as El Principe del Dolar, which was released in La Habana, Cuba, on Dec. 15, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Jan. 26, 1932. Also filmed in French as Les Chercheuses d'or, which was released in 1930. The production number for these versions was C-33-S-I, and both were five reels in length. Rob Stone's list states that foreign-language filming was done July 2 to 23, 1930. Anthony & Edmonds state that it was July 2 to 13, and July 19, 1930.

101. Teacher's Pet (producer)
Oct. 11, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-35 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 21 to 29, 1930. ©Nov. 24, 1930. Also made as Spanish version entitled Comenzo la escuela, which used the English original with full-frame cut-in titles, but wasn't accepted by MGM for release in this format.

Bigger And Better (producer)
Oct. 25, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-33 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed June 2 to 16, 1930, with retakes June 29 to 30, 1930. ©Nov. 24, 1930.

Looser Than Loose (producer)
Nov. 15, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-34-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed Aug. 7 to 16, 1930. ©Nov. 10, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Una Cana al Aire, which was released in Los Angeles on Nov. 21, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Mar. 26, 1932. Also filmed in French as Gare las Bomb!, which was released in 1930. The foreign production number was C-34-S-F, and both versions were five reels in length, with the Spanish version lasting 43 minutes. Both foreign-language versions were filmed Aug. 21 to Sep. 3, 1930.

102. School's Out (producer)
Nov. 22, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-36 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 17 to 25, 1930.

Another Fine Mess (producer)
Nov. 29, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-36 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Sep. 22 to Oct. 6, and Oct. 27 to Nov. 4, 1930. Randy Skretvedt adjusts this last part as added scenes on Oct. 27 and 28, and Nov. 4, 1930. ©Dec. 8, 1930.

Ladies Last (producer)
Dec. 6, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-34 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed July 7 to 25, 1930. ©Oct. 1, 1930.

High C's (producer/co-writer)
Dec. 27, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-35 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 18 to 24, 1930, with retakes Oct. 1, 1930. ©Dec. 8, 1930. Reportedly also filmed in French. Roach recalled coming up the idea of the quartet without a tenor.


1931

By the end of February, the studio had phased out their production of foreign-language versions, and began to produce subtitled versions instead. Thelma Todd and ZaSu Pitts were launched into a new series in March. The studio was closed Mar. 21 to May 4, June 8 to 15, July 19 to 26, Aug. 29 to Sep. 8, Oct. 12 to 19, and Nov. 23 to 30. In November, Henry Ginsberg became general manager of the studio.

103. Helping Grandma
Jan. 3, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-37 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 28 to Aug. 6, 1930. ©Oct. 1, 1930.

Blood And Thunder (producer)
Jan. 17, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-35 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Aug. 23 to Sep. 4, 1930, with retakes Sep. 27, 1930, and added scenes Oct. 4 to 7, 1930. ©Nov. 28, 1930.

Be Big! (producer)
Feb. 7, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-37 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 8 to 13, 1930. Randy Skretvedt extends this to the 15th. ©Feb. 9, 1931, as The Chiselers. Also filmed in Spanish as Los Calaveras and in French as Les Carrotiers, where it was combined with "Laughing Gravy." May have also been filmed in German. The foreign versions were prod. L-37-S-F, and filmed Dec. 15 to 22, 1930.

Thundering Tenors (producer)
Feb. 7, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-36-E - Charley Chase series

Rob Stone's list states that filming took place from Oct. 15 to 23, 1930. Anthony & Edmonds state that filming began on Oct. 16th. ©Dec. 22, 1930. A five reel Spanish version, prod. C-36-S and entitled El Alma de la Fiestra, was filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 4, 1930. This version was released in San José, Costa Rica on Feb. 26, 1931, and in Madrid, Spain, on Feb. 11, 1932.

104. Love Business
Feb. 14, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-38 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 15, 1930, with retakes Sep. 20, 1930. ©Oct. 26, 1930.

Chickens Come Home (producer/writer)
Feb. 21, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-38-E - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 30, 1930, and Jan. 2 to 10, 1931. Randy Skretvedt adds Dec. 31st. ©Mar. 3, 1931. Reissued as Chicken Come Home. Also filmed in Spanish as Politiquerias, which was prod. L-38-S, and filmed Jan. 12 to 23, 1931.

High Gear (producer)
Feb. 28, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. S-37 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Nov. 7 to 22, 1930. ©Feb. 2, 1931.

The Pip From Pittsburgh (producer)
Mar. 21, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-37-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 20 to 28, 1930. ©Feb. 2, 1931. Also filmed in Spanish Dec. 2 to 6, 1930, as La Senorita de Chicago, which was prod. C-37-S. This version was three reels in length, and released in San José, Costa Rica, on Mar. 22, 1931, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Apr. 27, 1931.

105. Little Daddy
Mar. 28, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-39 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 13, 1930. ©Feb. 6, 1931.

Laughing Gravy (producer)
Apr. 4, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-39-C - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 2 to 18, 1931, with added scenes Feb. 24, 1931. Previewed as a three reeler, but shortened to two reels for US release. An English-language copy of the missing reel still survives. ©Apr. 16, 1931. Also filmed in Spanish as Los Calaveras and French as Les Carrotiers, with expanded footage and combined with "Be Big." May have also been filmed in German.

Love Fever (producer)
Apr. 11, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-36 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Oct. 6 to 14, 1930, with retakes Oct. 30, 1930. ©Jan. 7, 1931.

Rough Seas (producer)
Apr. 25, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-38-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 9 to 24, 1931. ©Mar. 19, 1931. A four reel Spanish version entitled Monerias was filmed Jan. 26 to 30, 1931. This verion was prod. C-38-S, and was released in Mexico on Apr. 8, 1931, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Sep. 30, 1931.

106. Bargain Day
May 2, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-40 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 14 to 23, 1930, with retakes Jan. 26 to Feb. 2, 1931. ©Mar. 23, 1931.

Air-Tight (producer)
May 9, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-38 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Dec. 22, 1930, to Jan. 13, 1931. ©Mar. 19, 1931.

Our Wife (producer)
May 16, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-40 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Mar. 9 to 18, 1931. ©Apr. 27, 1931.

One Of The Smiths (producer)
May 23, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-39 - Charley Chase series

Also listed as a two reeler. Filmed Feb. 18 to Mar. 2, 1931. ©Apr. 20, 1931.

107. Fly My Kite
May 30, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-41 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 2 to 14, 1931. ©May 7, 1931.

Let's Do Things (producer/director)
June 6, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. S-39 - All Star series with ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd

Filmed Mar. 4 to 12, 1931. ©May 7, 1931. Also featuring The Boy Friends, for whose series this film was originally made.

Pardon Us (producer/bit role: marching prisoner)
Aug. 15, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 6 reels - prod. F-1 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed June 24 to July 22, 1930, with added scenes Aug. 6 to 11, and Aug. 14, 1930, and retakes Sep. 2 to 3, 5 to 6, and 8, 1930. Randy Skretvedt adds Sep. 2, with added scenes shot Oct. 7 to 14, Oct. 16, Oct. 30 to Nov. 1, Nov. 7 to 9, and Nov. 17. Originally prod. L-35. ©Sep. 10, 1931. UK title: Jailbirds. Also filmed in Spanish as Los Presidiarios (reissued as De bote en bote), in French as Sous les verrous, in Italian as Muraglie and in German as Hinter Schloss und Riegel. The foreign versions were prod. L-35-S-I-G, and filmed Aug. 13 to Sep. 12, 1930.

The Panic Is On! (producer)
Aug. 15, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-1 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 11 to 15, 1931, with retakes May 28, 1931. ©July 27, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Tiempos de crises.

Catch As Catch Can (producer)
Aug. 22, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-1 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed May 18 to 25, 1931. ©July 29, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Enganchalo.

108. Big Ears
Aug. 29, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-1 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 25 to June 5, 1931. ©Aug. 17, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Orejas de burro.

Call A Cop! (producer)
Sep. 12, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-1 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Also listed for Aug. 29, 1931. Filmed June 1 to 8, and 15 to 20, 1931, with added scenes June 27,1931. ©Aug. 26, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Llama a un policia.

Come Clean (producer)
Sep. 19, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-1 - Laurel & Hardy series

Also listed for May 19, 1931. Filmed May 7 to 14, 1931. ©Sep. 1, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Diselo a las mujeres (Save The Ladies!), in which it was combined with "One Good Turn."

Skip The Maloo! (producer)
Sep. 26, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-2 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 22 to July 1, 1931. ©Sep. 25, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Esquiva el balon.

The Pajama Party (producer/director)
Oct. 3, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-2 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Aug. 6 to 14, 1931. ©Oct. 12, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Gente al agua.

109. Shiver My Timbers
Oct. 10, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-2 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 29 to July 9, 1931. ©Oct. 1, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Piratas infantiles.

Mama Loves Papa (producer)
Oct. 24, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-2 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed July 9 to 18, 1931. ©Oct. 1, 1931.

One Good Turn (producer)
Oct. 31, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-2 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 15 to 26, 1931. ©Oct. 5, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Diselo a las mujeres (Save The Ladies!), in which it was combined with "Come Clean."

What A Bozo! (producer)
Nov. 7, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-3 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Aug. 3 to 10, 1931. ©Oct. 23, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as El director de orquesta.

War Mamas (producer/co-director)
Nov. 14, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-3 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Aug. 15 to 21, 1931, with added scenes Aug. 22, 1931. ©Nov. 30, 1931. Roach directed all but the added scenes.

110. Dogs Is Dogs
Nov. 21, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-3 - Our Gang series

Filmed Aug. 12 to 28, 1931. ©Oct. 27, 1931.

The Kickoff (producer)
Dec. 5, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-3 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Sep. 8 to 19, 1931. ©Nov. 19, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Futbol extraordinario.

Beau Hunks (producer)
Dec. 12, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 4 reels - prod. L-3 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed July 15 to 18, and July 27 to Aug. 11, 1931, with added scenes Aug. 24, 1931. ©Nov. 3, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Heroes de Trachuela, in which it was combined with "Helpmates." UK title: Beau Chumps. Reissued in 1937.

Hasty Marriage (producer)
Dec. 19, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-4 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 21 to 28, 1931. ©Nov. 30, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Casamiento fulminante.

On The Loose (producer/director/writer)
Dec. 26, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-4 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Oct. 5 to 9, 1931. ©Feb. 15, 1932.


1932

Hal Roach went on an airplane tour of South America in January, and didn't return to Los Angeles until July 15th, leaving Henry Ginsberg in charge of the studio. The studio was closed Feb. 8 to 15, Mar. 26 to May 2, May 30 to June 6, Aug. 8 to 29, Oct. 3 to 17 and Nov. 21 to 28. The Boy Friends series was discontinued in March and replaced by The Taxi Boys in June. On Nov. 18th, "The Music Box" won the Academy Award for Best Comedy Short Subject of the 1931/32 film season. The studio closed for Christmas recess on Dec. 24th.

111. Readin' And Writin'
Jan. 2, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-4 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Feb. 2, 1932. Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 10, 1931. ©Dec. 17, 1931.

Helpmates (producer)
Jan. 23, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-5 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 19 to 26, 1931. ©Dec. 21, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Heroes de Trachuela, in which it was combined with "Beau Hunks."

The Tabasco Kid (producer)
Jan. 30, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-5 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 26 to Nov. 5, 1931. ©Jan. 20, 1932.

Seal Skins (producer/uncredited director)
Feb. 6, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-5 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Nov. 10 to 18, 1931. ©Jan. 20, 1932.

112. Free Eats
Feb. 13, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-5 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Feb. 18, 1932. Filmed Nov. 6 to 19, 1931. ©Feb. 11, 1932.

Love Pains (producer/director)
Feb. 13, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-4 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Sep. 23 to Oct. 1, 1931. ©Mar. 1, 1932.

Any Old Port! (producer)
Mar. 5, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-4 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Sep. 14 to 23, with retakes Nov. 9 to 11, 1931. ©Feb. 4, 1932.

The Knockout (producer)
Mar. 5, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-5 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Nov. 16 to 22, 1931. ©Mar. 28, 1932.

The Nickel Nurser (producer)
Mar. 12, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-6 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 30 to Dec. 7, and Dec. 18, 1931. ©Feb. 17, 1932.

Red Noses (producer)
Mar. 19, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-6 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Jan. 4 to 12, 1932. ©Mar. 14, 1932.

113. Spanky (story)
Mar. 26, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-6 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 14 to 22, 1931. ©Mar. 29, 1932.

The Music Box (producer)
Apr. 16, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-6 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 7 to 17, 1931. ©Mar. 14, 1932. Oscar winner for Best Comedy Short Subject. Added to the National Film Registry on Nov. 18, 1997.

You're Telling Me (producer)
Apr. 16, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-6 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Jan. 11 to 16, 1932. ©Apr. 18, 1932.

In Walked Charley (producer)
Apr. 23, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-7 - Charley Chase series

Rob Stone's list states the filming took place from Dec. 18 to 22, 1931. Anthony & Edmonds state that filming began on the 19th. ©Apr. 11, 1932. UK title: In Walked Charles.

Strictly Unreliable (producer)
Apr. 30, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-7 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Feb. 22 to 29, 1932. ©Apr. 28, 1932.

114. Choo-Choo! (story)

May 7, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-7 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 25 to Feb. 4, 1932. ©May 2, 1932.

Too Many Women (producer)
May 14, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-7 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Feb. 1 to 6, and Mar. 1 to 8, 1932. ©Oct. 3, 1932.

The Chimp (producer)
May 21, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-7 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Jan. 18 to 26, 1932. ©May 26, 1932.

First In War (producer)
May 28, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-8 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 14 to 21, 1932. ©May 31, 1932.

The Old Bull (producer)
June 4, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-8 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Mar. 18 to 25, 1932. ©May 18, 1932.

115. The Pooch (story)
June 11, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-8 - Our Gang series

Also listed for June 4, 1932. Filmed Mar. 9 to 17, 1932. ©June 13, 1932.

Wild Babies! (producer)
June 18, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-8 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Mar. 22 to 25, 1932. ©June 28, 1932. This film included footage from the unreleased Boy Friends film Hopping Off.

County Hospital (producer)
June 25, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-8 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 15 to 25, 1932. ©May 31, 1932.

What Price Taxi (producer)
Aug. 13, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-2 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed June 27 to July 2, 1932. ©Sep. 14, 1932.

Show Business (producer)
Aug. 20, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-9 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed May 11 to 17, 1932. ©Aug. 24, 1932.

116. Hook And Ladder (co-story)
Aug. 27, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-9 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 18 to 28, 1932. ©Sep. 14, 1932.

Young Ironsides (producer)
Sep. 3, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-9 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 15 to 22, 1932. ©Sep. 22, 1932.

Scram! (producer)
Sep. 10, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-9 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 14 to 23, 1932, with retakes July 4 to 9, 1932. ©Sep. 12, 1932.

Pack Up Your Troubles (producer)
Sep. 17, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 7 reels - prod. F-2 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed May 2 to 28, 1932, with retakes June 21 and 23, and July 4 to 9, 1932. ©Sep. 23, 1932.

Strange Innertube (producer)
Sep. 17, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-3 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed July 28 to Aug. 3, 1932. ©Oct. 6, 1932.

Alum And Eve (producer)
Sep. 24, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-10 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed July 18 to 23, 1932. ©Oct. 3, 1932.

Girl Grief (producer)
Oct. 8, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-10 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 23 to 29, 1932. ©Sep. 26, 1932.

Hot Spot (producer)
Oct. 22, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-4 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Also listed for Sep. 22, 1932. Filmed Aug. 29 to Sep. 2, 1932. ©Nov. 2, 1932.

The Soilers (producer)
Oct. 29, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-11 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Aug. 1 to 6, 1932. ©Oct. 24, 1932.

Their First Mistake (producer)
Nov. 5, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-10 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Sep. 21 to 28, 1932. ©Nov. 22, 1932.

117. Free Wheeling (story)
©Nov. 7, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-10 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 19 to 27, 1932, with retakes Sep. 3, 1932.

118. Birthday Blues
Nov. 12, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-11 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 30 to Aug. 4, 1932. ©Oct. 24, 1932.

Now We'll Tell One (producer)
Nov. 19, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-11 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 11 to 16, 1932. ©Jan. 18, 1933.

Taxi For Two (producer)
Dec. 3, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-5 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed Sep. 12 to 17, 1932. ©Dec. 5, 1932.

Sneak Easily (producer)
Dec. 10, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-12 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Nov. 9 to 16, 1932. ©Jan. 9, 1933.

119. A Lad An' A Lamp
Dec. 17, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 10, 1932. ©Dec. 12, 1932.

Mr. Bride (producer)
Dec. 24, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-12 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 25 to 29, 1932. ©Nov. 22, 1932.

Towed In A Hole (producer)
Dec. 31, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-11 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 31 to Nov. 11, 1932. Randy Skretvedt indicates that filming lasted only until the 9th. ©Jan. 18, 1933.


1933

The studio reopened after Christmas recess on Jan. 9th. They closed again for a month starting in mid-April. Roach took a trip to England at that time with Charley Chase and Robert McGowan, where he unsuccessfully tried to make a deal with a company for a Laurel & Hardy feature and all-star film entitled "The Roach Revue." At about the same time, ZaSu Pitts left the studio and was replaced by Patsy Kelly in the series with Thelma Todd. Also, the Taxi Boys were retired, and the All Star series continued without them. A Musical series was also started. The Our Gang series went on hiatus for five months starting in the late summer. On December 7th, the Roach studio celebrated its 20th anniversary with a banquet and a half-hour radio show on NBC.

Bring 'Em Back A Wife (producer)
Jan. 14, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-6 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed Oct. 25 to 31, 1932. ©Jan. 9, 1933.

Asleep In The Fleet (producer)
Jan. 21, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-13 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Nov. 28 to Dec. 2, 1932. ©Mar. 13, 1933.

120. Fish Hooky
Jan. 28, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-13 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 17 to 22, 1932. ©Jan. 16, 1933.

Fallen Arches (producer)
Feb. 4, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-13 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 20 to 26, 1932. ©Jan. 23, 1933.

Wreckety Wrecks (producer)
Feb. 18, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-7 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed Nov. 15 to 19, 1932. ©Mar. 13, 1933.

Twice Two (producer)
Feb. 25, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-12 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 8 to 15, 1932. Randy Skretvedt indicates that filming didn't begin until the 9th. ©Feb. 20, 1933.

Maids A La Mode (producer)
Mar. 4, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-14 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

©Apr. 24, 1933.

121. Forgotten Babies
Mar. 11, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-14 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 3 to 10, 1932. ©Mar. 13, 1933.

Nature In The Wrong (producer)
Mar. 18, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-14 - Charley Chase series

Rob Stone's notes state that filming took place Dec. 5 to 10, 1932. Anthony & Edmonds state that filming began on the 7th. ©Feb. 27, 1933.

Taxi Barons (producer)
Apr. 1, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-8 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed Dec. 19 to 24, 1932. ©Mar. 6, 1933.

The Bargain Of The Century (producer)
Apr. 8, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-15 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Also listed for Apr. 9, 1933. ©May 22, 1933.

122. The Kid From Borneo
Apr. 15, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-15 - Our Gang series

©Mar. 13, 1933.

Me And My Pal (producer)
Apr. 22, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-13 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed mid to late March 1933. ©May 10, 1933.

His Silent Racket (producer)
Apr. 29, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-15 - Charley Chase series

©Mar. 27, 1933.

The Devil's Brother (producer/co-director)
May 5, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 9 reels - prod. F-3 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Previewed as Fra Diavolo, which was the name used for foreign release. Re-released Feb. 1, 1954. US reissue titles include Bogus Bandits and Virtuous Tramps. Filmed Feb. 4 to Mar. 4, 1933. ©May 4, 1933. This film was reissued in the early '50s as four separate short subjects. Roach directed the musical and dramatic scenes, while Charley Rogers directed the comedy.

Call Her Sausage (producer)
May 13, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-9 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

©Mar. 27, 1933.

One Track Minds (producer)
May 20, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-16 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

©May 15, 1933.

123. Mush and Milk
May 27, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-16 - Our Gang series

©Apr. 17, 1933.

Arabian Tights (producer/director)
June 3, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-16 - Charley Chase series

©May 8, 1933.

The Rummy (producer)
June 10, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-10 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

©May 8, 1933.

Thundering Taxis (producer)
June 24, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-1 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed June 6 to 14, 1932, with retakes July 16, 1932. ©May 22, 1933.

The Midnight Patrol (producer)
Aug. 3, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-14 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed around June 24 to July 6, 1933. ©Aug. 3, 1933.

Sherman Said It (producer)
Sep. 2, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-17 - Charley Chase series

©Oct. 3, 1933.

Beauty And The Bus (producer)
Sep. 16, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-17 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Sep. 12, 1933.

Crook's Tour (producer)
Sep. 23, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-2 - All Star series with Douglas Wakefield and Billy Nelson

©Nov. 7, 1933.

124. Bedtime Worries
©Sep. 26, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-17 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Sep. 9, 1933.

Busy Bodies (producer)
Oct. 7, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-15 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed around July 15 to 25, 1933. ©Sep. 16, 1933.

Midsummer Mush (producer)
Oct. 21, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-18 - Charley Chase series

©Oct. 10, 1933.

125. Wild Poses (shown in portrait/gag writer)
Oct. 28, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-18 - Our Gang series

Filmed in Aug. 1933. ©Oct. 20, 1933. Roach took credit for the Laurel & Hardy gag.

Keg O' My Heart (producer)
unreleased - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - Musical series with Billy Gilbert and Billy Bletcher

Scheduled for release on Nov. 11, 1933, but apparently shelved during editing. This was probably production M-2.

Backs To Nature (producer)
Nov. 14, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-18 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Nov. 7, 1933.

Dirty Work (producer)
Nov. 25, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-16 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed around Aug. 7 to 19, 1933. ©Oct. 24, 1933.

Luncheon At Twelve (producer)
Dec. 9, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-19 - Charley Chase series

Filmed around Sep. 23 to Oct. 1, 1933. ©Dec. 5, 1933.
Air Fright (producer)
Dec. 23, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-19 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Dec. 22, 1933.

Sons Of The Desert (producer/extra role)
Dec. 29, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 7 reels - 68 min. - prod. F-4 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed Oct. 2 to 23, 1933. ©Dec. 27, 1933. UK title: Fraternally Yours. This film was reissued in the early '50s as a two-reeler entitled "Fun On The Run."

Twin Screws (producer)
Dec. 30, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-3 - All Star series with Douglas Wakefield and Billy Nelson

Also listed for Dec. 23, 1933. ©Dec. 27, 1933.


1934

The Our Gang series resumed production at the beginning of the year. The Musical series was retired this year, and the All Star series started to feature Irvin S. Cobb. Roach started another vacation in the spring, which brought him to Alaska in June. Included in Richard Lewis Ward's filmography is an MGM Musical Revue called "Jailbirds Of Paradise," which was released either on Feb. 24th or Mar. 10th. Ward includes it as part of Hal Roach's Musical series, but unless there were two films with this title, both released by MGM within a month of each other, then this is an error. The copyright catalogue includes only the MGM production, and the production numbers in Roach's 'M' series are all accounted for.

Rhapsody In Brew (producer)
Jan. 6, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. M-1 - Musical series with Billy Gilbert and Billy Bletcher

Also listed for Sep. 30, 1933. ©Sep. 8, 1933. Initially titled "Symphony In Suds."

Oliver The Eighth (producer)
Jan. 13, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-17 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 15 to 20, 1933, and Jan. 8 to mid Jan. 1934. ©Feb. 13, 1934. UK title: The Private Life Of Oliver The Eighth.

The Cracked Iceman (producer)
Jan. 27, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-20 - Charley Chase series

©Dec. 13, 1933.

Babes In The Goods (producer)
Feb. 10, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-20 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

© Jan. 30, 1934.

Mixed Nuts (producer)
Feb. 17, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-4 - All Star series with Douglas Wakefield and Billy Nelson

©Feb. 6, 1934. Also featuring Don Barclay. Also listed as part of the Musical series.

126. Hi'-Neighbor! (producer)
Mar. 3, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-19 - Our Gang series

©Feb. 24, 1934.

The Caretaker's Daughter (producer)
Mar. 10, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-6 - All Star series with Douglas Wakefield

©Mar. 13, 1934. Also featuring Billy Gilbert and Don Barclay.

Four Parts (producer)
Mar. 17, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-21 - Charley Chase series

©Feb. 21, 1934.

Soup And Fish (producer)
Mar. 31, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-21 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Feb. 13, 1934.

Next Week-End (producer)
Apr. 7, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-5 - All Star series with Douglas Wakefield

Also listed for Feb. 24, 1934. ©Feb. 13, 1934. Also featuring Billy Gilbert, Billy Nelson and Don Barclay.

Apples To You! (producer)
Apr. 14, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. M-4 - Musical series

Also listed for Apr. 7, 1934, and as part of the All Star series. ©Apr. 3, 1934. Featuring Lillian Miles and Billy Gilbert.

127. For Pete's Sake! (producer)
Apr. 14, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-20 - Our Gang series

©Apr. 4, 1934.

Mrs. Barnacle Bill (producer)
Apr. 21, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-7 - All Star series with Eddie Foy, Jr.

©Apr. 17, 1934. Also featuring Billy Gilbert.

Roamin' Vandals (producer)
Apr. 28, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. M-5 - Musical series

©May 17, 1934. Featuring Patsy Kelly, Lillian Miles, Billy Gilbert and Eddie Foy, Jr.

128. The First Round-Up (producer)
May 5, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-21 - Our Gang series

©May 1, 1934.

I'll Take Vanilla (producer)
May 5, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-22 - Charley Chase series

©Mar. 2, 1934.

A Duke For A Day (producer)
May 12, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. M-6 - Musical series with Eddie Foy, Jr.

©May 1, 1934.

Maid In Hollywood (producer)
May 19, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-22 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Mar. 21, 1934.

Movie Daze (producer)
May 26, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-1 - All Star series with Douglas Wakefield and Billy Nelson

©May 29, 1934. One source states that filming took place May 15 to 20, 1934, but it was almost certainly 1933, since that would not only give it a Monday through Saturday schedule, but would allow for the release dates of the later 'B' productions. Also, the working title was "Yeast Is West," which is listed by Richard Lewis Ward as a Nov. 11, 1933, release. Also featuring Billy Gilbert and Don Barclay.

Benny, From Panama (producer)
May 26, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. M-7 - Musical series

Also listed for May 28, 1934. ©May 15, 1934. Featuring Jeanette Loff and Eddie Foy, Jr.

129. Honky-Donkey (producer)
June 2, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-22 - Our Gang series

©May 25, 1934.

Music In Your Hair (producer)
June 2, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. M-3 - Musical series with Billy Gilbert and Billy Bletcher

©May 26, 1934.

Another Wild Idea (producer)
June 16, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-23 - Charley Chase series

Filmed around Apr. 1934. ©May 1, 1934.

Going Bye-Bye! (producer)
June 23, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-18 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed around May 21 to 26, 1934. ©June 20, 1934.

I'll Be Suing You (producer)
June 23, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-23 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©June 8, 1934.

Speaking Of Relations (producer)
July 3, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. B-8 - All Star series with Irvin S. Cobb

Filmed in June 1934. ©July 3, 1934.

It Happened One Day (producer)
July 7, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-24 - Charley Chase series

©May 8, 1934.

Three Chumps Ahead (producer)
July 14, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-24 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©June 20, 1934.

Them Thar Hills (producer)
July 21, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-19 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 11 to 20, 1934. ©July 18, 1934.

130. Mike Fright (producer/story)
Aug. 25, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-23 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Feb. 25, 1934. ©July 25, 1934.

One Horse Farmers (producer)
Sep. 1, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-26 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Sep. 1, 1934.

Something Simple (producer)
Sep. 8, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-25 - Charley Chase series

©Nov. 13, 1934.

Nosed Out (producer)
unreleased - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. E-2 - Irvin S. Cobb series

Richard Lewis Ward's book lists this as unreleased, but IMDb gives the release date of Sep. 15, 1934. ©Sep. 30, 1934.

Opened By Mistake (producer)
Oct. 6, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-27 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Oct. 16, 1934.

You Said A Hatful! (producer)
Oct. 13, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-26 - Charley Chase series

©Nov. 6, 1934.

The Ballad Of Paducah Jail (producer/co-director)
Oct. 20, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. E-3 - Irvin S. Cobb series

©Oct. 2, 1934.

Done In Oil (producer)
Nov. 10, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-25 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Nov. 1, 1934.

131. Washee Ironee (producer)
©Nov. 13, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-24 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Sep. 29, 1934.

Fate's Fathead (producer)
Nov. 17, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-27 - Charley Chase series

©Dec. 14, 1934.

You Bring The Ducks (producer)
Nov. 24, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. E-1 - Irvin S. Cobb series

Also listed for Nov. 23, 1934. ©Nov. 6, 1934.

Babes In Toyland (producer/co-writer)
Nov. 30, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 9 reels - prod. F-5 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Also listed for Dec. 14, 1934. Filmed Aug. 6 to 16, and Sep. 24 to Oct. 17, 1934. ©Nov. 28, 1934. US reissue title: March Of The Wooden Soldiers. Roach wrote the original unfilmed version of the story.

The Live Ghost (producer)
Dec. 8, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-20 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed around Nov. 8 to 14, 1934. ©Dec. 11, 1934.
Bum Voyage (producer)
Dec. 15, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-28 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Dec. 11, 1934.

The Chases Of Pimple Street (producer)
Dec. 22, 1934 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-28 - Charley Chase series

Anthony & Edmonds list the release date as Nov. 17, 1934. ©Jan. 5, 1935.


1935

After the Irvin S. Cobb shorts failed, Roach convinced MGM to distribute an All Star feature film called "Vagabond Lady," which led to more of the same in the future. An announcement was made on Mar. 16th that the Laurel & Hardy series had been terminated along with Laurel's contract. Due to start production on Mar. 25th was a new series called The Hardy Family, featuring Oliver Hardy, Patsy Kelly and Spanky McFarland, with the first short to be entitled "Their Night Out." This project reached the script stage before Laurel came to terms with the studio on Apr. 8th. The last Laurel & Hardy shorts were produced early in the year, and they concentrated exclusively on features after that. The studio was now down to three short subject series: Our Gang, Charley Chase, and Todd & Kelly. Thelma Todd died on Dec. 16th.

132. Mama's Little Pirate (producer)
©Jan. 5, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-25 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Nov. 3, 1934.

Tit For Tat (producer)
Jan. 5, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-21 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 10 to 20, 1934. ©Jan. 29, 1935. Oscar nominee.

Treasure Blues (producer)
Jan. 26, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-29 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Feb. 5, 1935.

Okay Toots! (producer)
Feb. 2, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-29 - Charley Chase series

©May 2, 1935.

The Fixer-Uppers (producer)
Feb. 9, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-22 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed around Jan. 11 to 19, 1935. ©Feb. 26, 1935.

133. Shrimps For A Day (producer)
©Feb. 20, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-26 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Dec. 8, 1934. Filmed Dec. 1934.

Sing, Sister, Sing (producer)
Mar. 2, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-32 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Feb. 26, 1935.

Poker At Eight (producer)
Mar. 9, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-30 - Charley Chase series

©May 7, 1935.

134. Anniversary Trouble (producer)
©Mar. 13, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-27 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Jan. 1, 1935, and Jan. 19, 1935.

The Tin Man (producer)
Mar. 30, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-30 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Mar. 5, 1935.

Southern Exposure (producer)
Apr. 6, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-31 - Charley Chase series

©June 3, 1935.

135. Beginner's Luck (producer)
©Apr. 8, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-28 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Feb. 23, 1935.

The Misses Stooge (producer)
Apr. 20, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-31 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Mar. 21, 1935.

136. Teacher's Beau (producer)
Apr. 27, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-29 - Our Gang series

©May 1, 1935.

The Four-Star Boarder (producer)
Apr. 27, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-32 - Charley Chase series

©June 28, 1935.

Vagabond Lady
May 3, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 8 reels - prod. F-6 - All Star feature

Also listed for Apr. 1, 1935. ©May 2, 1935. Featuring Robert Young, Evelyn Venable and Reginald Denny.

137. Sprucin' Up (producer)
June 1, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-30 - Our Gang series

©June 12, 1935.

Lucky Beginners (producer/uncredited co-director)
Aug. 3, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. E-4 - Irvin S. Cobb series

©July 24, 1935. Featuring Ted Claire, Eddie Foy Jr. Released as a "special."

Thicker Than Water (producer)
Aug. 6, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-23 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed around July 1 to 8, 1935. ©Aug. 6, 1935.

The Infernal Triangle (producer)
Aug. 17, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. E-5 - Irvin S. Cobb series

©Sep. 3, 1935. Featuring John Warburton, Phyllis Barry. Released as first film of the Charley Chase series of 1935/36. Chase was not in the cast.

Bonnie Scotland (producer)
Aug. 23, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 8 reels - prod. F-7 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed May 1 to June 15, 1935, with reshots in late July 1935. ©Aug. 20, 1935. Re-released Feb. 1, 1954, as Heroes Of The Regiment. This film was reissued in the early '50s as three separate short subjects.

Slightly Static (producer/uncredited director)
Sep. 7, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-33 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Aug. 20, 1935.

139. Little Papa (producer)
Sep. 21, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-32 - Our Gang series

©Aug. 20, 1935.

Nurse To You! (producer)
Oct. 5, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-33 - Charley Chase series

Filmed around June 1 to 8, 1935. ©Sep. 2, 1935.

Twin Triplets (producer)
Oct. 12, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-34 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Sep. 4, 1935.

140. Little Sinner (producer)
Oct. 26, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-33 - Our Gang series

©Sep. 4, 1935.

Manhattan Monkey Business (producer)
Nov. 9, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-34 - Charley Chase series

©Oct. 16, 1935.

Hot Money (producer)
Nov. 16, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-35 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Oct. 28, 1935.

141. Our Gang Follies Of 1936 (producer)
Nov. 30, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-34 - Our Gang series

©Oct. 29, 1935.

Public Ghost #1 (producer)
Dec. 14, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-35 - Charley Chase series

©Nov. 18, 1935.

Top Flat (producer)
Dec. 21, 1935 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-36 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Nov. 18, 1935.


1936

Henry Ginsberg resigned on January 16th and was replaced as general manager by David Loew. Pert Kelton was brought into the series with Patsy Kelly, but quickly replaced by Lyda Roberti. The Kelly & Roberti series and the Charley Chase series were retired in the spring. The Our Gang series was downsized to one-reel status. Otherwise, the studio concentrated on Laurel & Hardy features, and All Star features.

143. The Pinch Singer (producer)
Jan. 4, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-35 - Our Gang series

©Feb. 6, 1936.

Life Hesitates At 40 (producer)
Jan. 18, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-36 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Nov. 18, 1935. Filmed around Oct. 26 to Nov. 4, 1935. ©Dec. 11, 1935.

All-American Toothache (producer)
Jan. 25, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-37 - Thelma Todd & Patsy Kelly series

©Jan. 27, 1936.

142. Divot Diggers (producer)
Feb. 8, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-36 - Our Gang series

©Feb. 6, 1936.

The Bohemian Girl (producer/uncredited co-director)
Feb. 14, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 7 reels - prod. F-8 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed Oct. 9 to around Nov. 30, 1935, with retakes Dec. 31, 1935, to Jan. 6, 1936. ©Feb. 12, 1936. Roach initially directed the non-comedy sequences, but was replaced by Charles Rogers.

The Count Takes The Count (producer)
Feb. 22, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-37 - Charley Chase series

Filmed around Dec. 7 to 20, 1935. ©Jan. 7, 1936.

Pan Handlers (producer)
Feb. 29, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-38 - Patsy Kelly & Pert Kelton series

©May 1, 1936.

138. The Lucky Corner (producer)
Mar. 14, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-31 - Our Gang series

©Feb. 19, 1936.

Vamp Till Ready (producer)
Mar. 28, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-38 - Charley Chase series

©Feb. 6, 1936.

At Sea Ashore (producer)
Apr. 4, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-39 - Patsy Kelly & Lyda Roberti series

©July 21, 1936.

144. Second Childhood (producer)
Apr. 11, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-37 - Our Gang series

©Mar. 17, 1936.

On The Wrong Trek (producer)
Apr. 18, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-40 - Charley Chase series

Filmed mid to late Apr. 1936. ©June 11, 1936.

Hill-Tillies (producer)
Apr. 24, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-40 - Patsy Kelly & Lyda Roberti series

©June 25, 1936.

145. Arbor Day (producer)
May 2, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-38 - Our Gang series

©Apr. 9, 1936.

Neighborhood House (producer)
May 9, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-39 - Charley Chase series

Previewed in April at 58 minutes, and then cut to 55 minutes before finally being released as a short. Filmed around Mar 9 to 25, 1936. ©July 8, 1936.

Kelly The Second (producer)
Aug. 21, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 7 reels - prod. F-10 - All Star feature

Starring Patsy Kelly, with Charley Chase and Guinn Williams. Filmed around Apr. 1936. ©July 27, 1936. Previewed at 85 and 82 minutes. Re-released in Jan. 1948.

146. Bored Of Education (producer)
Aug. 29, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-1 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Aug. 20, 1936. ©Sep. 3, 1936. Filmed July 1936. Oscar winner for Best One-Reel Short Subject.

147. Two Too Young (producer)
©Oct. 21, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-2 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Sep. 26, 1936. Filmed Sep. 8 to 12, 1936.

Mr. Cinderella (uncredited producer)
Oct. 23, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 8 reels - prod. F-9 - All Star feature

©Oct. 21, 1936. Starring Jack Haley.

Our Relations (producer)
Oct. 30, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 6 reels - prod. F-11 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed around Mar. 16 to May 4, 1936. ©Sep. 29, 1936. Re-released in Jan. 1948. US cut version titled Sailors' Downfall.

148. Pay As You Exit (producer)
©Nov. 17, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-3 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Oct. 24, 1936. Filmed Oct. 14 to 19, 1936.

150. General Spanky (producer)
Dec. 11, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 8 reels - prod. F-12 - 'Spanky' McFarland feature

©Dec. 4, 1936. Oscar nominee for Best Sound Recording.

149. Spooky Hooky (producer/story)
©Dec. 28, 1936 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-4 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Dec. 5, 1936. Filmed Nov. 11 to 16, 1936.

unspecified title (producer)
Roach - F-13 - feature

Presumably this number represents either an unfinished production, or was simply skipped.


1937

Stan Laurel spent most of this year refusing to re-sign with Roach, and meanwhile formed his own company. On March 4th, "Bored Of Education" won the Academy Award for Best One-Reel Short Subject of 1936. In September, Roach formed a company called RAM with Vittorio Mussolini, son of the Italian dictator. Controversy surrounding this venture brought about its premature end. On October 8th, Roach signed a four-picture deal with Stan Laurel Productions, which brought about the reunion of Laurel & Hardy. Also during this year, a Cinecolor short entitled "Daily Beauty Rituals" was filmed at the Roach studio, presumably by an independent company renting studio space.

151. Reunion in Rhythm (producer)
Jan. 9, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-5 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 9 to 14, 1936. ©Jan. 14, 1937.

152. Glove Taps (producer)
©Mar. 9, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-6 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Feb. 20, 1937. Filmed Jan. 11 to 30, 1937.

153. Hearts Are Thumps (producer)
Apr. 3, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-7 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 2 to 10, 1937. ©Mar. 24, 1937.

Way Out West (producer)
Apr. 16, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 6 reels - prod. F-14 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed Aug. 27 to early Nov. 1936. ©Apr. 9, 1937. This film was reissued in the early '50s as a two-reeler entitled The Whacky West. Oscar nominee for Best Musical Score.

Nobody's Baby (uncredited producer)
Apr. 23, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 7 reels - prod. F-16 - All Star feature

©Apr. 6, 1937. Starring Patsy Kelly & Lyda Roberti.

155. Rushin' Ballet (producer)
Apr. 24, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-9 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 9 to 13, 1937. ©Apr. 22, 1937.

154. Three Smart Boys (producer)
May 13, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-8 - Our Gang series

Also listed as Mar. 13, 1937. Filmed Feb. 15 to 19, 1937. ©Mar. 31, 1937.

Pick A Star (uncredited producer)
May 21, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 8 reels - prod. F-15 - feature

Starring Jack Haley, with Patsy Kelly, Rosina Lawrence, Mischa Auer and Laurel & Hardy. Filmed Nov. 16, 1936, to early Jan. 1937. ©May 18, 1937. Re-released Feb. 1, 1954, under the title Movie Struck. An abbreviated version of this film was called A Day At The Studio.

156. Roamin' Holiday (producer)
June 12, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-10 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 22 to May 3, 1937. ©June 24, 1937.

Topper (producer)
July 16, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 10 reels - prod. F-17 - All Star feature

©July 14, 1937. Starring Cary Grant, Constance Bennett, Roland Young. Re-released Jan. 1948. Oscar nominee for Best Supporting Actor and Best Sound Recording.

157. Night 'N' Gales (producer)
July 24, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-11 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 22 to 30, 1937. ©Aug. 18, 1937.

158. Fishy Tales (producer)
Aug. 28, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 26 to Aug. 2, 1937. ©Sep. 8, 1937.

159. Framing Youth (producer)
©Sep. 21, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-13 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Sep. 11, 1937. Filmed Aug. 19 to 25, 1937.

160. The Pigskin Palooka (producer)
Oct. 23, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-14 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 18 to 25, 1937. ©Nov. 2, 1937.

161. Mail And Female (producer)
Nov. 13, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-15 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 22 to 27, 1937. ©Nov. 17, 1937.

162. Our Gang Follies Of 1938 (producer)
Dec. 18, 1937 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-39 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 3 to 15, 1937. ©Dec. 21, 1937. Marketed by MGM as a "special" two-reeler, independent of the regular Our Gang series.

unspecified title (producer)
Roach - prod. F-18 - feature

Presumably this production went unfinished.

That's That
circa 1937 - 1 reel

Unreleased. Film editor Bert Jordan assembled a series of outtakes from various Roach productions as a birthday present for Stan Laurel. Clips include Laurel & Hardy and Charley Chase.


1938

On May 16th, Roach signed a distribution deal with United Artists and by the end of the month, had sold the Our Gang property to MGM. Stan Laurel's contract with Roach was terminated on Aug. 12th, due to purported contract violations. This led Roach to team Oliver Hardy with Harry Langdon.

163. Canned Fishing (producer)
Feb. 12, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-16 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 10 to 25, 1938. ©Feb. 16, 1938.

Merrily We Live (producer)
Mar. 4, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 10 reels - prod. F-19 - All Star feature

©Feb. 28, 1938. Starring Constance Bennett. Re-released in Jan. 1948. Oscar nominee for Best Supporting Actress, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Original Song, and Best Sound Recording.

164. Bear Facts (producer)
Mar. 5, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-17 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 26 to Feb. 4, 1938. ©Mar. 8, 1938.

165. Three Men In A Tub (producer)
Mar. 26, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-18 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 9 to 18, 1938. ©Apr. 1, 1938.

166. Came The Brawn (producer/story)
Apr. 16, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-19 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 21 to 25, 1938. ©Apr. 12, 1938.

167. Feed 'Em And Weep (producer)
May 7, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-20 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 4 to 7, 1938. ©May 11, 1938.

Swiss Miss (producer/uncredited co-director/co-writer)
May 20, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 7 reels - prod. F-20 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed Dec. 28, 1937 to Feb. 26, 1938, with added scenes Apr. 1, and retakes Apr. 21, 1938. ©May 3, 1938. Roach had the basic idea for this film, which was altered by Laurel and the writers. He directed the unit for one day of shooting, but his footage was ultimately left out of the film.

168. The Awful Tooth (producer)
May 28, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-21 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 12 to 16, 1938. ©May 26, 1938.

169. Hide And Shriek (producer)
June 18, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 1 reel - prod. K-22 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 11 to 14, 1938. ©June 16, 1938.

Block-Heads (associate producer)
Aug. 19, 1938 - Roach/MGM - 5 reels - prod. F-22 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed June 1 to July 1, 1938, with added scenes July 27 and 28, 1938. ©Aug. 17, 1938. This film was reissued in the early '50s as a two-reeler entitled Better Now. Oscar nominee for Best Original Score.

There Goes My Heart (executive producer)
Oct. 6, 1938 - Roach/UA - 9 reels - prod. F-21 - feature

©Oct. 6, 1938. Featuring Virginia Bruce, Fredric March, Harry Langdon. Oscar nominee for Best Original Score.


1939

Laurel signed a new contract with Roach on Apr. 8th, reuniting with Hardy.

Topper Takes A Trip (executive producer)
Jan. 12, 1939 - Roach/UA - 8 reels - prod. F-24 - feature

Also listed for Jan. 21, 1939. Premiered Dec. 29, 1938. ©Feb. 1, 1939. Featuring Constance Bennett, Roland Young. Oscar nominee for Best Special Effects.

Zenobia (executive producer)
Apr. 21, 1939 - Roach/UA - 8 reels - prod. F-23 - feature

Also listed for May 1939. ©Apr. 11, 1939. Featuring Oliver Hardy, Harry Langdon. Previewed as It's Spring Again. UK title: Elephants Never Forget.

Captain Fury (producer/director)
May 26, 1939 - Roach/UA - 9 reels - prod. F-25 - feature

©May 25, 1939. Featuring Brian Aherne, George Zucco, Victor McLaglen, June Lang. Oscar nominee for Best Art Direction.

The Housekeeper's Daughter (producer/director)
Sep. 1, 1939 - Roach/UA - 8 reels - prod. F-27 - feature

©Nov. 9, 1939. Featuring Adolphe Menjou, William Gargan.


1940

Laurel and Hardy departed from Roach in April.

Of Mice And Men (executive producer)
Feb. 2, 1940 - Roach/UA - 11 reels - prod. F-28 - feature

Initially previewed Nov. 1, 1939 and premiered Dec. 30, 1939. Filmed Aug. 14 to Nov. 1939. ©Feb. 2, 1940. Featuring Burgess Meredith, Lon Chaney, Jr. Oscar nominee for Best Picture, Best Original Score, Best Music Scoring, and Best Sound Recording.

A Chump At Oxford (uncredited producer)
Feb. 16, 1940 - Roach/UA - 6 reels - prod. F-26 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed June 1939 as a 4-reeler, and originally released that way in the US. Additional scenes were shot in Sep. 1939 for the European 6-reeler, and Roach decided to release it domestically in this expanded form in early 1941. ©Jan. 19, 1940.

One Million B.C. (producer/co-director)
Apr. 26, 1940 - Roach/UA - 9 reels - prod. F-30 - feature

Also listed for Apr. 5, 1940. Filmed Nov. 6 to Dec. 26, 1939. ©Apr. 12, 1940. Starring Victor Mature, Carole Landis. UK title: Man And His Mate. Reissued by Favorite Films as Cave Man. Oscar nominee for Best Special Effects and Best Original Score. Footage from this film was used in films over the next three decades.

Saps At Sea (uncredited producer)
May 3, 1940 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-29 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed Nov. to early Dec. 1939. ©Apr. 26, 1940. This film was reissued in the early '50s as two separate short subjects, "Where To Now" and "Horn Hero."

Turnabout (producer/director)
May 17, 1940 - Roach/UA - 9 reels - prod. F-31 - feature

©May 21, 1940. Filming began Feb. 19, 1940. Starring John Hubbard, Carole Landis.

Captain Caution (executive producer)
Oct. 9, 1940 - Roach/UA - 9 reels - prod. F-32 - feature

©Sep. 3, 1940. Starring Victor Mature, Louise Platt, Bruce Cabot. Oscar nominee for Best Sound Recording.


1941

After numerous flops in the feature market, Roach invented a new concept called the 'streamliner,' a cross between a feature and a short subject, which UA could market as the lower half of a double bill. Roach also began to regularly rent out studio space to other producers at this time, a practice that would continue for the remainder of the studio's existence. The studio also produced three training films for the Army during this year.

Road Show (producer/co-director)
Jan. 9, 1941 - Roach/UA - 9 reels - prod. F-33 - feature

The premiere of this film has been listed for Feb. 18, 1941. Filmed July 1940. ©Jan. 9, 1941. Starring John Hubbard, Carole Landis, Margaret Roach.

Topper Returns (uncredited producer)
Mar. 21, 1941 - Roach/UA - 10 reels - prod. F-35 - feature

Filmed from early Nov. through mid Dec. 1940. ©Apr. 14, 1941. Starring Joan Blondell, Roland Young. This film was nominated for two Academy Awards: Best Special Effects and Best Sound Recording.

Broadway Limited (producer)
June 13, 1941 - Roach/UA - 8 reels - prod. F-34 - feature

©June 4, 1941. Starring Marjorie Woodworth, Leonid Kinsky. UK title: The Baby Vanishes.

Tanks A Million (producer)
Sep. 12, 1941 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-37 - streamliner

©Sep. 9, 1941.Starring William Tracy, James Gleason. Oscar nominee for Best Dramatic Score.

Niagara Falls (executive producer)
Oct. 17, 1941 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-36 - streamliner

©Oct. 3, 1941. Starring ZaSu Pitts, Slim Summerville.

All-American Co-ed (executive producer)
Oct. 31, 1941 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-38 - streamliner

©Oct. 30, 1941. Starring Harry Langdon, Johnny Downs, Marjorie Woodward. Oscar nominee for Best Original Song and Best Musical Score.

Miss Polly (producer)
Nov. 14, 1941 - Roach/UA - 4 reels - prod. F-39 - streamliner

Also listed for Jan. 14, 1941. ©Nov. 13, 1941. Starring ZaSu Pitts, Slim Summerville.

Military Training aka Training Film No. A-3
Nov. 1941 - Roach

Made for the U. S. Army Signal Corps.

Fiesta (producer)
Nov. 28, 1941 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - Technicolor - prod. F-40 - streamliner

©Dec. 31, 1941. Starring Ann Ayara, George Negrete. Reissued as Gaiety.

Hay Foot (producer)
Dec. 12, 1941 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-41 - streamliner

Also listed for Jan. 2, 1942. ©Dec. 15, 1941. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer.


1942

On June 26th, Roach was called into active service in the Army, and he reported for duty on July 25th. The current group of streamliners finished production in August, and Roach put studio production on temporary suspension. In October, the U.S. Army Air Corps, or more specifically, the 18th Air Force Base Unit, left the Warner Bros. Burbank studio and began to lease the Roach studio for the production of training films.

Brooklyn Orchid (producer)
Feb. 20, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-43 - streamliner

Also listed for Jan. 31, 1942. ©Apr. 2, 1942. Starring William Bendix, Grace Bradley.

Dudes Are Pretty People (producer)
Mar. 13, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-42 - streamliner

©Apr. 20, 1942. Starring Noah Beery, Jr., Jimmy Rogers

About Face (producer)
Apr. 17, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-44 - streamliner

Also listed for Apr. 16, 1942. ©May 11, 1942. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer.

Flying With Music (producer)
May 22, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-45 - streamliner

©Aug. 6, 1942. Starring Marjorie Woodworth. Oscar nominee for Best Original Song and Best Music Score.

The Devil With Hitler (producer)
Nov. 20, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-46 - streamliner

Also listed for Oct. 22, 1942. ©Aug. 6, 1942. Premiered Oct. 18, 1942. Starring Bobby Watson, Alan Mowbray.

The McGuerins From Brooklyn (executive producer)
Dec. 31, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-47 - streamliner

©Sep. 29, 1942. Starring William Bendix, Grace Bradley. Re-released in Jan. 1948.


1943

Hal Roach contracted with Film Classics to reissue the non-Our Gang talkies.

Calaboose (executive producer)
Jan. 29, 1943 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-48 - streamliner

©Sep. 24, 1942. Starring Noah Beery, Jr.

Fall In (associate producer)
Mar. 5, 1943 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-49 - streamliner

©Oct. 2, 1942. Premiered Nov. 20, 1942. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer.

Taxi, Mister? (executive producer)
Apr. 16, 1943 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-51 - streamliner

©Sep. 9, 1942. Premiered Apr. 14, 1943. Starring William Bendix, Grace Bradley.

Prairie Chickens (executive producer)
May 21, 1943 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-52 - streamliner

©Oct. 13, 1942. Starring Noah Beery, Jr., Jimmy Rogers

Yanks Ahoy! (executive producer)
June 25, 1943 - Roach/UA - 6 reels - prod. F-53 - streamliner

Also listed for June 29, 1943. ©Oct. 15, 1942. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer.

Nazty Nuisance (executive producer)
Aug. 6, 1943 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-50 - streamliner

Also listed for Aug. 8, 1943. ©Dec. 9, 1942. Premiered May 28, 1943. Starring Bobby Watson, Joe Devlin.

Tarzan's Desert Mystery (archival)
prem. Dec. 26, 1943 - Lesser/RKO - 70 min. - Tarzan feature

©Nov. 26, 1943. This film included footage from "One Million B.C."


1944

United Artists released an Edward Small production entitled "Abroad With Two Yanks," which started pre-production as a Hal Roach film and was filmed at Hal Roach studios.


1945

Roach was discharged from service, but couldn't initially start up any new productions, since the Army Air Force didn't vacate his studio until the end of the year. In the meantime, he made plans to produce new films the following year.


1946

Roach started production on a new series of streamliners on April 11th, but ran out of money in the early fall after completing just four of them. Film Classics began to release a series of compilations entitled "Funz-A-Poppin' Comedy Carnival," which was made up of old Hal Roach shorts.


1947

Roach signed a new distribution deal with United Artists on May 2nd.

Hal Roach Comedy Carnival (executive producer)
part 1: Curley
part 2: The Fabulous Joe
Aug. 23, 1947 - Roach/UA - 112 min. - Cinecolor - prod. F-54/56 - streamliner package

©Aug. 29, 1947. Starring Frances Rafferty, Larry Olsen, Walter Abel, Margot Grahame. Part 1 went into production on Apr. 11, 1946, and is 6 reels. The two halves were subsequently released separately. "Curly" was combined with "Who Killed Doc Robbin" in the '80s to create two new films: The Adventures Of Curly And His Gang and Curley And His Gang In The Haunted Mansion.


1948

Roach and UA agreed to terminate their contract. Shortly thereafter, Roach signed a new distribution deal with MGM, which was soon terminated when Roach couldn't raise money to produce films. At this point, the studio was still leasing its facilities to other production companies, which made up for the vast majority of production there. Among these companies this year was Sierra Pictures, which rented space at the Roach studio to film "Joan Of Arc." The only productions coming from the Roach company itself were occasional training or industrial films.

Superman (archival)
Jan. 5, 1948 - Columbia - 2 reels - 15-chapter serial

©July 15 to Oct. 5, 1948. This serial used some of the volcano footage from "One Million B.C."

Lafftime (executive producer)
part 1: Here Comes Trouble
part 2: Who Killed Doc Robbin?
Mar. 15, 1948 - Roach/UA - 110 min. - Cinecolor - prod. F-55/57 - streamliner package

©Apr. 9, 1948. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer. The two halves were subsequently released separately. Part 1 is 6 reels. "Who Killed Doc Robbin" was combined with "Curly" in the '80s to create two new films: The Adventures Of Curly And His Gang and Curley And His Gang In The Haunted Mansion.

Sadie And Sally (executive producer/director)
1948 - 30 min.


1949

The Roach studio started renting studio space to television producers, including those that produced "Fireside Theatre," "The Lone Ranger" and "You Bet Your Life."

Two Knights From Brooklyn (executive producer)
part 1: The McGuerins From Brooklyn
part 2: Taxi Mister
1949 - Roach/Favorite - 75 min. - prod. F-47/51 - streamliner reissue package

Starring William Bendix, Joe Sawyer.


1950

The Roach studio was still mainly renting studio space to independent producers. Shows produced at the studio on a rental basis included "Beulah," and two shows produced by Hal Roach, Jr., "The Stu Erwin Show" and "Racket Squad." The Hal Roach company itself produced television commercials and industrial public relations films until late in the year when the "Magnavox Theater" films were made.

Union Oil (producer)
1950 - Roach - television commercial

Featuring Marilyn Monroe.

The Lost Volcano (archival)
June 25, 1950 - Monogram - 67 min. - Bomba feature

©June 25, 1950. This film used some of the volcano footage from "One Million B.C."

The Costume Designer (archival)
July 13, 1950 - AMPAS/RKO - 9 min. - documentary

©Dec. 31, 1949. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

Magnavox Theater episode: The Three Musketeers
Nov. 24, 1950 - Roach/CBS - 60 min. - TV anthology episode

Filmed in the late summer or early fall of 1950. Featuring Robert Clarke, John Hubbard, Marjorie Lord. According to CBS, this was the first hour-long Hollywood film made for TV. Later shown in syndication and released to theaters in Sep. 1953 under the title The Sword Of D'Artagnan.

Magnavox Theater episode: Hurricane At Pilgrim Hill
Dec. 8, 1950 - Roach/CBS - 51 min. - TV anthology episode

Filmed in the late summer or early fall of 1950. Later shown in syndication and released to theaters in 1954 by Howco Productions.


1951

Film Classics' reissues of Roach product ceased during this year when the company went out of business. Roach sold the television rights to his Our Gang backlog during this year. Roach production was limited to television commercials and the syndicated series "The Children's Hour." Otherwise, most of the production at the studio was by independent companies renting studio space. Among the shows made by independent companies were "The Amos And Andy Show" and "The Abbott And Costello Show." Abbott and Costello also made a theatrical feature at the Roach studio entitled "Jack And The Beanstalk."

Two Lost Worlds (archival)
Jan. 5, 1951 - Sterling/Eagle-Lion - 61 min.

©Oct. 29, 1950. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

The Children's Hour (producer)
1951 - Roach - 60 min. - syndicated TV series

Tales Of Robin Hood (producer)
May 1, 1951 - Roach/Lippert - 60 min. - TV movie

©Dec. 26, 1951. Filmed in the late summer or early fall of 1950. Previously shown in television syndication.

Jungle Manhunt (archival)
Oct. 4, 1951 - Columbia - 66 min. - Jungle Jim feature

©Sep. 24, 1951. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."


1952

The Roach company began production on the TV series "My Little Margie." A radio version started in December, with different episodes, and lasted until the end of the TV run.

My Little Margie episode: Reverse Psychology (producer)
June 9, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: A Friend For Roberta (producer)
June 16, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Radioactive Margie (producer)
June 23, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie Sings Opera (producer)
June 30, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Sister Sally (producer)
July 7, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Schaefer Century Theatre episode: Yesterday's World (archival)
July 9, 1952 - 30 min. - TV episode

This TV episode used some of the dinosaur footage from "One Million B.C."

My Little Margie episode: Costume Party (producer)
July 14, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie Plays Detective (producer)
July 21, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Insurance (producer)
July 28, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Mink (producer)
Aug. 11, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Efficiency Expert (producer)
Aug. 18, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Hooded Vern (producer)
Aug. 25, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Contract (producer)
Sep. 1, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Chums (producer)
Sep. 8, 1952 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

Untamed Women (archival)
Sep. 12, 1952 - Jewell/UA - 70 min.

©Sep. 12, 1952. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

My Little Margie episode: Conservative Margie (producer)
Oct. 4, 1952 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Career (producer)
Oct. 11, 1952 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

Ramar Of The Jungle series (archival)
Oct. 1952 to 1954 - Arrow - 30 min. - syndicated TV series

This series used footage from "One Million B.C."

My Little Margie episode: Vern Needs A Rest (producer)
Oct. 18, 1952 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Missing Link (producer)
Oct. 25, 1952 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Blonde Margie (producer)
Nov. 1, 1952 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

Mr. Walkie Talkie
Nov. 28, 1952 - Roach/Rockingham/Lippert - 65 min. - streamliner reissue package

©Dec. 4, 1952. Combined two of the service streamliners.


1953

Hal Roach Studios formed a partnership with Harry Allen in January, resulting in Guild International Films, which was later renamed Guild Films, a company that was mainly involved in movie and TV distribution, but also did some limited production. Roach Jr. started a company called Lincoln Productions, which was headquartered at the Roach studio. Plans for extensive feature film production resulted in only one film, "Captain Scarface." Series filmed at the Roach studio by other companies included "I Am The Law," "Topper," "The Life Of Riley" and "You Are There." Roach, Jr., owned a 50 percent share in the company producing "Duffy's Tavern," a TV series shot at the Roach studio. Since Hal Roach Studios are listed as the copyright holders, I've listed the copyrighted episodes (for early 1954).

My Little Margie episode: Who's Married? (producer)
Jan. 1, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: New Neighbors (producer)
Jan. 8, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Motorcycle Cop (producer)
Jan. 15, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Indians (producer)
Jan. 22, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Two Lieutenants (producer)
Jan. 29, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Hollywood Trip (producer)
Feb. 5, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Hillbilly Margie (producer)
Feb. 12, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Hypochondriac (producer)
Feb. 19, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Cry Wolf (producer)
Feb. 26, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Homely Margie (producer)
Mar. 5, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Trapped Freddie (producer)
Mar. 12, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern, The Failure (producer)
Mar. 19, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Stock Control (producer)
Mar. 26, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Buried Treasure (producer)
Apr. 2, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Golf Game (producer)
Apr. 9, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: They Also Serve (producer)
Apr. 16, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Newlyweds (producer)
Apr. 23, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: To Health With Yoga (producer)
Apr. 30, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Young Vern (producer)
May 7, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: A Horse On Vern (producer)
May 14, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Girl Against The World (producer)
May 21, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Mrs. Margie Calkins (producer)
May 28, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's New Girlfriend (producer)
June 4, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Father's Little Helper (producer)
June 11, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Delinquent Margie (producer)
June 18, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

Robot Monster (archival)
June 25, 1953 - Three Dimension/Astor - 3-D

This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

My Little Margie episode: A Mother For Vern (producer)
June 25, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Freddie's Formula (producer)
July 2, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Truck Driver (producer)
July 9, 1953 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Helping Hand (producer)
July 16, 1953 - Roach - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Double Trouble (producer)
July 23, 1953 - Roach - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: A Present For Dad (producer)
Sep. 2, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Campus Homecoming (producer)
Sep. 9, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: A Day At The Beach (producer)
Sep. 16, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: My Little Bookie (producer)
Sep. 23, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Go North, Young Girl (producer)
Sep. 30, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie, The Writer (producer)
Oct. 7, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: My Little Clementine (producer)
Oct. 14, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: That's The Spirit (producer)
Oct. 21, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Phantom Lover (producer)
Oct. 28, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Baby (producer)
Nov. 4, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: A Slight Misunderstanding (producer)
Nov. 11, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Secret Fishing Place (producer)
Nov. 18, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Comedy Of Terrors (producer)
Nov. 25, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: What's Cooking? (producer)
Dec. 2, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Two Daughters (producer)
Dec. 9, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Chubby Little Margie (producer)
Dec. 16, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Millionth Member (producer)
Dec. 23, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Meet Mr. Murphy (producer)
Dec. 30, 1953 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode


1954

Among the TV shows being produced at the Roach studio by other companies renting space this year were "The Public Defender," "Passport To Danger" (both of which were produced by Hal Roach, Jr.), "Mystery Theater (Mark Saber)," "Waterfront" and "It's A Great Life."

My Little Margie episode: Vern Gets The Bird (producer)
Jan. 6, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

Duffy's Tavern episode: Grand Opening (producer)
Jan. 6, 1954 - R?M/Roach - 3 reels - TV episode

©Jan. 6, 1954 (in notice: 1953).

My Little Margie episode: Vern Retires (producer)
Jan. 13, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Health Farm (producer)
Jan. 20, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min.< - TV episode/dd>
Duffy's Tavern episode: A Date For Miss Duffy (producer)
Jan. 20, 1954 - R?M/Roach - 3 reels - TV episode

©Jan. 20, 1954 (in notice: 1953).

My Little Margie episode: Day And Night (producer)
Jan. 27, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Mexican Standoff (producer)
Feb. 3, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Manproof Lipstick (producer)
Feb. 10, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie Babysits (producer)
Feb. 17, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Case Of The Helping Hand (producer)
Feb. 24, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Sleepwalking (producer)
Mar. 3, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: A Proposal For Papa (producer)
Mar. 10, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Son (producer)
Mar. 17, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Daughter-At-Law (producer)
Mar. 24, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The New Freddie (producer)
Mar. 31, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Tugboat Margie (producer)
Apr. 7, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: En Garde (producer)
Apr. 14, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Honeyboy Honeywell (producer)
Apr. 21, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Careless Margie (producer)
Apr. 28, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern On The Lam (producer)
May 5, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie And The Shah (producer)
May 12, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie And The Bagpipes (producer)
May 19, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Dutch Treat (producer)
May 26, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Kangaroo Story (producer)
Sep. 1, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The All American (producer)
Sep. 8, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Guilty Feeling (producer)
Sep. 15, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Star Of Khyber (producer)
Sep. 22, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Parrot Gold (producer)
Sep. 29, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Real George (producer)
Oct. 6, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Do-Gooder (producer)
Oct. 13, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Convention Story (producer)
Oct. 20, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Shipboard Story (producer)
Oct. 27, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: A Job For Freddie (producer)
Nov. 3, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Switzerland Story (producer)
Nov. 10, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Big Chief Vern (producer)
Nov. 17, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Winter Vacation (producer)
Nov. 24, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: San Francisco Story (producer)
Dec. 1, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Operation Rescue (producer)
Dec. 8, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Subconscious Approach (producer)
Dec. 15, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The New Neighbor (producer)
Dec. 22, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Chess Player (producer)
Dec. 22, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

IMDb lists this episode in place of "The New Neighbor." Could they possibly be the same episode?

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Client (producer)
Dec. 29, 1954 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode


1955

In February, Hal Roach Studios was officially dissolved, with all of its assets purchased by Hal Roach Jr., who absorbed them into his own company, Hal Roach Enterprises. In April, Hal Roach Enterprises changed its name to Hal Roach Studios. Early in the year, Laurel & Hardy were signed up to do a series of four one-hour TV specials called "Laurel And Hardy's Fabulous Fables." This idea never reached production. Among the series produced by other companies renting space at the studio were "Where Were You?" and "So This Is Hollywood."

Botsford's Beanery episode: Botsford Wakes Up
1950s - Roach - TV pilot

My Little Margie episode: Miss Whoozis (producer)
Jan. 5, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Murder In Bermuda (producer)
Jan. 12, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Unexpected Guest (producer)
Jan. 19, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Mardi Gras (producer)
Jan. 26, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Mother-In-Law (producer)
Feb. 2, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Too Many Ghosts (producer)
Feb. 9, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Make Up Your Mind (producer)
Feb. 16, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Hawaii Story (producer)
Feb. 23, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Las Vegas Story (producer)
Mar. 2, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Flying Saucer (producer)
Mar. 9, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's New Boyfriend (producer)
Mar. 16, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Corpus Delecti (producer)
Mar. 23, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Mr. Uranium (producer)
Mar. 30, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: The Big Telecast (producer)
Apr. 6, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Recipe (producer)
Apr. 13, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Papa And Mambo (producer)
Apr. 20, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Matinee Idol (producer)
Apr. 27, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Countess Margie (producer)
May 4, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Baseball Player (producer)
May 11, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Vern's Butterflies (producer)
May 18, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

My Little Margie episode: Margie's Elopement (producer)
May 25, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

King Dinosaur (archival)
June 17, 1955 - Zimgor/Lippert - 63 min.

©July 15, 1955. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

The Great Gildersleeve
Sep. 20, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV series

39 episodes, including those listed below.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy Goes Broke
Sep. 20, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Jungle Jim series (archival)
Sep. 26, 1955 - Screen Gems - 30 min. - syndicated TV series

This series used footage from "One Million B.C."

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Practice What You Preach
Sep. 27, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Meet The Governor
Oct. 5, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 5, 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Day Is Done
Oct. 12, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9539 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 12, 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: A Midsummer Daydream
Oct. 19, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9538 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 19, 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Arroyo
Oct. 26, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9604 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 26, 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Want-Ad Wedding
Nov. 2, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9609 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 2, 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: The Life Of Vernon Hathaway
Nov. 9, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 9, 1955.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Circumstantial Evidence
Nov. 11, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: The Final Tribute
Nov. 16, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9605 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 16, 1955.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy Goes Diving
Nov. 18, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Brush Roper
Nov. 23, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9532 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 23, 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Tom And Jerry
Nov. 30, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 30, 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Rookie Of The Year
Dec. 7, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9648 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 7, 1955.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy Stews About A Cook
Dec. 9, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Lincoln's Doctor's Dog
Dec. 14, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 14, 1955.

This Is Your Life episode: Harold Lloyd (guest appearance)
Dec. 14, 1955 - Edwards/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy, The Private Eye
Dec. 16, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: The Silent Partner
Dec. 21, 1955 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 21, 1955.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy's Juvenile Delinquent
Dec. 27, 1955 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Titanic Incident
Dec. 28, 1955 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9603 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 28, 1955.

Soldiers Of Fortune TV series (archival)
1955-1956 - Revue Studios - 30 min. - TV episode(s)

©Jan. 17, 1955, to Dec. 26, 1956. This series used footage from "One Million B.C." It was produced from 1954 to 1956, and first released into syndication in early 1955. There had also been a three-reeler with this title produced by the same company and copyrighted on May 11, 1954.


1956

A TV series called "Telephone Time" began to appear early this year, and is identified as a Roach production. However, the Copyright Catalog credits Passing Parade Films, Inc., with production for the earliest episodes, with the Roach company not taking credit until 1957. Because of this, I've only included the later episodes in this filmography. There is a good chance that the earlier episodes were filmed at the studio on a rental basis.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Hot Cargo
Jan. 4, 1956 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 4, 1956.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy, King Of Hearts
Jan. 5, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: It's Always Sunday
Jan. 11, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9653 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 11, 1956 (in notice: 1955).

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: No. 5 Checked Out
Jan. 18, 1956 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 18, 1956 (in notice: 1955).

The Great Gildersleeve episode: One Too Many Secretaries
Jan. 20, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Prima Donna
Feb. 1, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9652 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 1, 1956.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: The Raffle
Feb. 3, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Cry Justice
Feb. 15, 1956 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 15, 1956.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: The Nightmare
Feb. 15, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Bard Of Summerfield
Feb. 16, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: A Toy For The Infanta
Feb. 20, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Affair In Sumatra
Feb. 22, 1956 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 22, 1956.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy Goes Hollywood
Feb. 23, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Marseilles
Feb. 27, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Command Performance
Mar. 2, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Great Gildersleeve episode: The Quiet One
Mar. 2, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Luxembourg Affair
Mar. 5, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: One Against Many
Mar. 7, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9610 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 7, 1956.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Golf Ball Incident
Mar. 9, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Texas Affair
Mar. 12, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: It's A Most Unusual Day
Mar. 14, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9649 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 14, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Mazzini Affair
Mar. 19, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Orange Blossoms In Summmerfield
Mar. 19, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Carbonari
Mar. 26, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Devil's Emissary
Apr. 2, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: The Good Scout
Apr. 2, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: The Sword Of Villon
Apr. 4, 1956 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 4, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Bordeaux
Apr. 9, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Markheim
Apr. 11, 1956 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 11, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Flight To Calais
Apr. 16, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Albania
Apr. 23, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Claire
Apr. 25, 1956 - Roach/NBC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 25, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Naples
Apr. 30, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Act Of Terror
May 7, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955. Also known as "The Art Of Terror."

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: A Ticket For Thaddeus
May 9, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9659 - 29 min. - TV episode

©May 9, 1956.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy And The Expectant Father
May 11, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy Tangles With Leroy's Teacher
May 11, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Experiment
May 14, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: The Dream
May 16, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9742 - 29 min. - TV episode

©May 16, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Mecklenburg
May 21, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Portuguese Affair
May 28, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Lichtenburg
June 4, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: What Day Is It?
June 6, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9741 - 29 min. - TV episode

©June 6, 1956.

The Great Gildersleeve episode: Gildy Loves Well, But Unwisely
June 8, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Burgundy
June 11, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Majorca
June 12, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Every Man Had Two Wives
June 13, 1956 - Roach/NBC - prod. 9650 - 29 min. - TV episode

©June 13, 1956 (in notice: 1955).

Have Camera Will Travel
1956 - Roach/NBC - 25 min.

It appears that this was probably the pilot for an unsold series.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Sicily
July 2, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Secrets
July 2, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©July 2, 1956.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Partners
July 4, 1956 - Roach/ABC - 29 min. - TV episode

©July 4, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: A Matter Of Justice
July 9, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Private War
July 9, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©July 9, 1956.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: White Corridors
July 11, 1956 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9743 - 29 min. - TV episode

©July 11, 1956 (in notice: 1955).

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Fatal Charm
July 16, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©July 16, 1956.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: The Carroll Formula
July 18, 1956 - Roach/ABC - 29 min. - TV episode

©July 18, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Athens
July 23, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Secret Love
July 23, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©July 23, 1956.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Apples On The Lilac Tree
July 25, 1956 - Roach/ABC - 29 min. - TV episode

©July 25, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Talleyrand Affair
July 30, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Desert Rat
July 30, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©July 30, 1956.

Alias Mike Hercules (producer)
July 31, 1956 - Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV pilot

Produced in 1954.

Forest Ranger
1956 - Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV pilot

Production also credited to 20th Century-Fox.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: Bitter Waters
Aug. 1, 1956 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9534 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Aug. 1, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Island
Aug. 6, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Confidential Mission
Aug. 6, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Aug. 6, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Barefoot Empress
Aug. 13, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: French Love
Aug. 13, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Aug. 13, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Grecian Gift
Aug. 20, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955. Also known as The Brothers.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Monaco
Aug. 27, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Love And Marriage
Aug. 27, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Aug. 27, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Point Counter Point
Sep. 3, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Fashion Show
Sep. 3, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 3, 1956.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: The Day I Met Caruso
Sep. 5, 1956 - Roach/ABC - 29 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 5, 1956.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: The Cactus Casanova
Sep. 10, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 10, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Black Death
Sep. 10, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Screen Directors Playhouse episode: High Air
Sep. 12, 1956 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9658 - 29 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 12, 1956.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: Hamburger Heaven
Sep. 17, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 17, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Victor Hugo
Sep. 21, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Charles Farrell Show episode: The Soft Touch
Sep. 24, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 24, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Return To The Chateau D'If
Sep. 28, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Oh, Susanna episode: Italian Movie Actress
Sep. 29, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 29, 1956, as Italian Movie Star.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Pen And The Sword
Oct. 5, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Oh, Susanna episode: The Chimpanzee
Oct. 6, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 6, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Sardinia Affair
Oct. 12, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955. Also known as "The Sardinian Affair."

Oh, Susanna episode: Passenger Incognito
Oct. 13, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 13, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Affair Of The Three Napoleons
Oct. 19, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955. Also known as The Plot.

Oh, Susanna episode: Bonnie Lassie
Oct. 20, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 20, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Dubarry Affair
Oct. 26, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955. Also known as "The De Barry Affair."

Oh, Susanna episode: Too Many Maharanis
Oct. 27, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 27, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: First Train To Paris
Nov. 2, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Golden Blade
Nov. 9, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Oh, Susanna episode: Nicked In Naples
Nov. 10, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 10, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: The Duel
Nov. 16, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Oh, Susanna episode: The Immigrants
Nov. 17, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 17, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: Andorra
Nov. 23, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Oh, Susanna episode: Susanna Strikes Back
Nov. 24, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 24, 1956.

The Count Of Monte Cristo episode: An Affair Of Honor
Nov. 30, 1956 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1955.

Oh, Susanna episode: Hold That Tiger
Dec. 1, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 1, 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: The Witch Doctor
Dec. 8, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 8, 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: A Night In Monte Carlo
Dec. 15, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 15, 1956 as Monte Carlo.

Oh, Susanna episode: Capri
Dec. 22, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 22, 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: The Magician
Dec. 29, 1956 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 29, 1956.


1957

Blondie episode: Dagwood's Ego For The Third Time
Jan. 4, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 4, 1957, as Sudden Wealth.

Oh, Susanna episode: Girls! Girl! Girls!
Jan. 5, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 5, 1957.

Blondie episode: Mr. Dithers Is Hospitalized
Jan. 11, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

Oh, Susanna episode: Desirable Alien
Jan. 12, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 12, 1957.

Blondie episode: Mr. Dithers Moves In
Jan. 18, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 18, 1957, as The Folks Who Came To Dinner.

Oh, Susanna episode: Foreign Intrigue
Jan. 19, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 19, 1957 (in notice: 1956).

Blondie episode: The Other Woman
Jan. 25, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 25, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Goodbye Kiss
Jan. 26, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 26, 1957, as Not So Innocents Abroad.

Blondie episode: Home Sweet Home
Feb. 1, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 1, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Super Snoop
Feb. 2, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 2, 1957.

Blondie episode: Get That Gun
Feb. 8, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 8, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Checkmate
Feb. 9, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 9, 1957.

Blondie episode: The Feud
Feb. 15, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

Also listed for July 5, 1957. ©Feb. 15, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Swiss Miss
Feb. 16, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 16, 1957.

Blondie episode: The Quiz Show
Feb. 22, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 22, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: The Blarney Stone
Feb. 23, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 23, 1957.

Blondie episode: Husbands Once Removed
Mar. 1, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 1, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Volcano
Mar. 2, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 2, 1957.

Blondie episode: The Payoff Money
Mar. 8, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 8, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Indian Givers
Mar. 9, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 9, 1957.

Blondie episode: Hard Luck Idol
Mar. 15, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 15, 1957, as The Idol.

Oh, Susanna episode: Susanna, The Chaperone
Mar. 16, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 16, 1957.

Blondie episode: Oil For The Lamps Of Blondie
Mar. 22, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 22, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Gypping The Gypsies
Mar. 23, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 23, 1957.

Blondie episode: Blondie The Breadwinner
Mar. 29, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 29, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Maid In Sweden
Mar. 30, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 30, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Rookie Sheriff
Apr. 2, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV pilot

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: The Glamour Girl
Apr. 5, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 5, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Trouble In Trinidad
Apr. 6, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 6, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Road Block
Apr. 9, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: The Rummage Sale
Apr. 12, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 12, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Model Apartment
Apr. 13, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 13, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Print With A Face
Apr. 16, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Space Ship Sappy (archival)
Apr. 18, 1957 - Columbia - 2 reels - The Three Stooges series

© Apr. 18, 1957. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

Blondie episode: The Deception
Apr. 19, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 19, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Singapore Fling
Apr. 20, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 20, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Guilty Ones
Apr. 23, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: Puppy Love
Apr. 26, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 26, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: The Parisian Touch
Apr. 27, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 27, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Menace
Apr. 30, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: Made To Fire
May 3, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 3, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Action In Acapulco
May 4, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 4, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Uninvited
May 7, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: Blondie Redecorates
May 10, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 10, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Greener Grass
May 14, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: Blondie's Double
May 17, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 17, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Wedding In Majorca
May 18, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 18, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Fugitive
May 21, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: The Spy
May 24, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 24, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Sing, Susanna, Sing
May 25, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 25, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Fishing Trip
May 28, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: Cupid's Question Column
May 31, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 31, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: Stop, Thief!
June 1, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©June 1, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Gold In An Old Tin Can
June 4, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: The Tramp
June 7, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©June 7, 1957.

Oh, Susanna episode: 'Alp! 'Alp!
June 8, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©June 8, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Bite
June 11, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: The Grouch
June 14, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©June 14, 1957, as Follow That Man.

Oh, Susanna episode: A Hit In Tahiti
June 15, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©June 15, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Oil Well Incident
June 18, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: Alexander's 16th Birthday
June 21, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©June 21, 1957, as The Party.

Code 3 episode: The Water Skier
June 25, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Blondie episode: Howdy Neighbor
June 28, 1957 - Roach/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

©June 28, 1957.

The Incredible Petrified World (archival)
1957 - GBM/Governor - 70 min.

This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

Cindy (producer)
1957 - Roach - TV pilot

Code 3 episode: Suspect Number One
July 2, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: Junk Detail
July 9, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: An Ounce Of Prevention
July 16, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: The Trap
July 23, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: The Thief
July 30, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: Revolt On The Freeway
Aug. 6, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: Case 2206
Aug. 13, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: The Sniper
Aug. 20, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: Family On Trial
Aug. 27, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Code 3 episode: The Nelson Case
Sep. 3, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Telephone Time episode: Revenge
Sep. 10, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9964 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 10, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Hired Man
Sep. 10, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: Pat On The Back
Sep. 14, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 14, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Here Lies Francois Gold
Sep. 17, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9963 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 17, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Ashes Will Happen
Sep. 17, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: Susanna Plays Cupid
Sep. 21, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 21, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Campaign For Marriage
Sep. 24, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9954 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 24, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Charged Bottle
Sep. 24, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: Pirate Treasure
Sep. 28, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 28, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: The Gadfly
Oct. 1, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9948 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 1, 1957.

Code 3 episode: You Can't Kill A Marine
Oct. 1, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: Susanna Strikes Oil
Oct. 5, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 5, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Hole In The Wall
Oct. 8, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9957 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 8, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Man With Many Faces
Oct. 8, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: It's Only Money
Oct. 12, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 12, 1957.

Ghost Diver (archival)
Oct. 1957 - Regal/20th-Fox - 76 min. - RegalScope

©Oct. 29, 1957. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

Telephone Time episode: The Man The Navy Couldn't Sink
Oct. 15, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9054 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 15, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Misery Chiselers
Oct. 15, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: Honolulu Native
Oct. 19, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 19, 1957, as Honolulu Honeymoon.

Telephone Time episode: Under Seventeen
Oct. 22, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9956 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 22, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Night Of Terror
Oct. 22, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Also listed for Aug. 6, 1957. Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: Susanna's Baby
Oct. 26, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 26, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: The Other Van Gogh
Oct. 29, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9966 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 29, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Harbor Incident
Oct. 29, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: A Lass In Alaska
Nov. 2, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 2, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Arithmetic Sailor
Nov. 5, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9955 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 5, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Bail Out
Nov. 5, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: The Phantom Valice
Nov. 9, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 9, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: I Get Along Without You Very Well
Nov. 12, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9969 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 12, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Killer
Nov. 12, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: For Money Or Love
Nov. 16, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 16, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Alice's Wedding Gown
Nov. 19, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9059 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 19, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Death In An Alley
Nov. 19, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

Oh, Susanna episode: Aladdin's Lamp
Nov. 23, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 23, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: The Rescue
Nov. 26, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9062 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 26, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Lonesome Whistles
Nov. 26, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Kid From Korea
Nov. 30, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 30, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Novel Appeal
Dec. 3, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9961 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 3, 1957.

Code 3 episode: 999
Dec. 3, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Mardi Gras
Dec. 7, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 7, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Sam Houston's Decision
Dec. 10, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9051 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 10, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Search
Dec. 10, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Dutch Treatment
Dec. 14, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 14, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: The Frying Pan
Dec. 17, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9968 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 17, 1957.

Code 3 episode: Sunset Strip
Dec. 17, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Susanna Goes Native
Dec. 21, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 21, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: A Picture Of The Magi
Dec. 24, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9945 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 24, 1957.

Code 3 episode: The Benson Case
Dec. 24, 1957 - Roach - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

Produced in 1956.

The Golden Age Of Comedy (archival)
Dec. 26, 1957 - Youngson/DCA - 79 min. - compilation feature

This compilation contains footage from several Hal Roach shorts.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Friday The Thirteenth
Dec. 28, 1957 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 28, 1957.

Telephone Time episode: Death Of A Nobody
Dec. 31, 1957 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9058 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 31, 1957.


1958

On May 27th, Roach Jr. announced that he was selling the company to the Scranton Corporation, but retaining his role as president and executive producer at the studio. On Sep 11th, Hal Roach Studios purchased the Mutual Broadcasting System. In the second half of the year, the only productions going on at the studio were "The Gale Storm Show," "The Veil," "Go, Johnny, Go!" plus two pilots and other productions made by rental tenants. One of these tenants was the company that filmed "Terror In A Texas Town," which was released in September.

She Demons (archival)
Jan. 1, 1958 - Screencraft/Astor - 77 min.

This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Ouija Board
Jan. 4, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 4, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: Abby, Julia And The Seven Pet Cows
Jan. 7, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9056 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 7, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Angela, The Angel
Jan. 11, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 11, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: Cavalry Surgeon
Jan. 14, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9065 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 14, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Lovey-Dovey
Jan. 18, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 18, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Tonight's The Night
Jan. 20, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 20, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: A Stubborn Fool
Jan. 21, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9962 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 21, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Case Of The Chinese Puzzle
Jan. 25, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 25, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: The Mating Machine
Jan. 27, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 27, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: Flight For Life
Jan. 28, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9063 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Jan. 28, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Royal Welcome
Feb. 1, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 1, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Who Done It?
Feb. 3, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 3, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: The Immortal Eye
Feb. 4, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9066 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 4, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Susanna Takes A Husband
Feb. 8, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 8, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: They Went Thataway
Feb. 10, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 10, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: Recipe For Success
Feb. 11, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9072 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 11, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Taking Ways
Feb. 15, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 15, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Vote For Me, Darling
Feb. 17, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 17, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: The Checkered Flag
Feb. 18, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9069 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 18, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Ride 'Em Cowgirl
Feb. 22, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 22, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Operation Double-Cross
Feb. 24, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 24, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: The Vestris
Feb. 25, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9067 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Feb. 25, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: 'Bye, 'Bye, Banshee
Mar. 1, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 1, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Kiss Me, Sergeant
Mar. 3, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 3, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: War Against War
Mar. 4, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9055 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 4, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: A Beautiful Friendship
Mar. 8, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 8, 1958.

The Veil episode: Destination Nightmare
Mar. 8, 1958 - Roach - 26 min. - TV pilot

Later shown as the seventh episode in the series.

Love That Jill episode: Hug That Hill-Billy
Mar. 10, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 10, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: The Quality Of Mercy
Mar. 11, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9078 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 11, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Ghosts Aboard
Mar. 15, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 15, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Kid Stuff
Mar. 17, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 17, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: How To Catch A Man
Mar. 22, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 22, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Two For The Money
Mar. 24, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 24, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: Man Of Principle
Mar. 25, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9064 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 25, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Our Dear Captain
Mar. 29, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 29, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Bess Of The Bowery
Mar. 31, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Mar. 31, 1958.

Telephone Time episode: Trail Blazer
Apr. 1, 1958 - Roach/ABC - prod. 9075 - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 1, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Susanna And The Pirates
Apr. 5, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 5, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Love That Foreign Sports Car
Apr. 7, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 7, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Happily Unmarried
Apr. 12, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 12, 1958.

Love That Jill episode: Make Mine Marriage
Apr. 14, 1958 - J&J/Roach/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 14, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Bamboozled In Bombay
Apr. 26, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Apr. 26, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: A Date With A Wolf
May 10, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 10, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Beat The Band
May 31, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©May 31, 1958.

Teenage Cave Man (archival)
July 1958 - Malibu/AIP - 66 min. - Superama

©July 14, 1958. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

The Gale Storm Show episode: Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend
Sep. 6, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 6, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Happy Birthday, Captain
Sep. 13, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 13, 1958.

The Veil episode: Vision Of Crime
Sep. 1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: Girl On The Road
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: Food On The Table
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: The Doctors
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: The Crystal Ball
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: Genesis
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: Summer Heat
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: The Return Of Madame Vernoy
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: Jack The Ripper
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: What Happened To Peggy
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Veil episode: The Vestris
1958 - Roach/Medallion - 26 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Truth Machine
Sep. 20, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 20, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Hayride Ahoy
Sep. 27, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Sep. 27, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Painted In Paris
Oct. 4, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 4, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Sweepstakes Ticket
Oct. 11, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 11, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Secret Assignment
Oct. 18, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Heaven Scent
Oct. 25, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Oct. 25, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Love And Kisses
Nov. 1, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 1, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: You Gotta Have Charm
Nov. 8, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 8, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Case Of The Music Box Thief
Nov. 15, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 15, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Susanna The Matchmaker
Nov. 22, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Nov. 22, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Adventure In Alaska
Dec. 6, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 6, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Robot From Inner Space
Dec. 13, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Don't Give Up The Ship
Dec. 20, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 20, 1958.

The Gale Storm Show episode: Make Mine Music
Dec. 27, 1958 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 27, 1958.


1959

Early in the year, Hal Roach Studios ceased production. The Mutual Broadcasting System was spun off into Chapter 11 bankruptcy. F. L. Jacobs, the parent company of Roach and Scranton, went into Chapter 10 reorganization on Mar. 19th. Roach and Scranton followed suit on April 3rd. "The Gale Storm Show" finished its current season with its last CBS broadcast on Apr. 11th. At this point, reruns began to be shown on ABC and continued until Sep. 1961. New episodes were shown on ABC starting Oct. 1st, but only the first twelve of these episodes were produced by Hal Roach Studios. Hal Roach Distributing Corporation reorganized as Valiant Films Corporation in September.

The Gale Storm Show episode: How To Make Enemies
Jan. 3, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: One Captain Too Many
Jan. 10, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: On The Dot
Jan. 17, 1959 - Roach/CBS - prod. 9172 - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Honeymoon Suite
Jan. 24, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: It's Murder My Dear
Jan. 31, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Battle Of Bull Run
Feb. 7, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Jailmates
Feb. 28, 1959 - Roach/CBS - prod. 9177 - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: An Old Chinese Custom
Mar. 7, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Dutch Treat
Mar. 14, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Alias Susanna Valentine
Mar. 21, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Clip That Coupon
Mar. 28, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Who Stole That Melody?
Apr. 4, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Susanna, The Babysitter
Apr. 11, 1959 - Roach/CBS - prod. 1999-I - 30 min. - TV episode

Go, Johnny, Go! (distributor)
June 1959 - Roach/DCA/Valiant - 75 min. feature

Produced in 1958. ©Mar. 12, 1959. Featuring Alan Freed, Jimmy Clanton, Sandy Stewart, Chuck Berry, Jackie Wilson, Ritchie Valens.

The Gale Storm Show episode: One, Two, Ski!
Oct. 1, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Card Shark
Oct. 8, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Million Dollar Mutt
Oct. 15, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Come Back, Little Beatnik
Oct. 22, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Calling Scotland Yard
Oct. 29, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Happy Horoscope
Nov. 5, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Nugey, Come Home
Nov. 12, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: The Swedish Steward
Nov. 19, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Goodbye Doctor
Nov. 26, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Family Reunion
Dec. 3, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Wedding At Sea
Dec. 10, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Gale Storm Show episode: Spanish Souvenir
Dec. 17, 1959 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

This was the final episode produced by Hal Roach Studios. The final 14 episodes were produced by a different company.


1960

By March, Roach, Sr., was back in charge at the studio, announcing plans for future production, but the company mostly dealt with studio rentals and licensing of their backlog. Guild Films filed for bankruptcy on Dec. 28th.

When Comedy Was King (archival)
Feb. 29, 1960 - Youngson/20th Century-Fox - 81 min. - compilation feature

©Dec. 31, 1959. Contains footage from Roach films.

McGarry And Me
July 5, 1960 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV pilot

Also known as McGarry And His Mouse.


1961

Days Of Thrills And Laughter (archival)
Mar. 16, 1961 - Youngson/20th Century-Fox - 93 min. - compilation feature

©Mar. 21, 1961. Contains footage from Roach films.

Valley Of The Dragons (archival)
Nov. 1961 - Columbia - 79 min.

©Nov. 1, 1961. UK title: Prehistoric Valley. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."


1962

On Dec. 20th, the Hal Roach lot was sold to the Ponty-Fenmore Realty Fund.


1963

In January, the Ponty-Fenmore Realty Fund announced that they were renaming the studio Landmark Studios and opening it to rent out to independent producers. This plan never materialized, however, and the studio was demolished during the summer.

30 Years Of Fun (archival)
Feb. 14, 1963 - Youngson/20th Century-Fox - 85 min. - compilation feature

©Dec. 31, 1962. Contains footage from Roach films.

Ben Blue's Brothers
1965 - Roach/CBS - 30 min. - TV pilot

Produced in 1958, but not aired until 1965. For some reason, IMDb gives a release date of July 5, 1960.

1965

Laurel And Hardy's Laughing 20's (archival)
Nov. 17, 1965 - Youngson/MGM - 91 min. - feature compilation

©June 10, 1965. Contains footage from Roach films.


1967

One Million Years B.C. (associate producer)
Feb. 21, 1967 - Hammer/Seven Arts/20th-Fox - 100 min.

Produced in the UK, where it was released on Dec. 30, 1966. Released earlier in certain other markets, most notably West Germany, where it was released on Nov. 24, 1966. ©Dec. 31, 1966. Remake of Roach's "One Million B.C."

La Isla De Los Dinosaurios (archival)
Mar. 16, 1967 - Cinematografica Calderon - 87 min.

Also known as The Island Of The Dinosaurs. First released in Mexico. This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

The Further Perils Of Laurel And Hardy (archival)
Oct. 27, 1967 - Youngson/20th Century-Fox - 99 min. - compilation feature

©Sep. 17, 1967. Contains footage from Roach films.


1968

Dick Und Doof, Die Unzertrennlichen (archival)
1968 - Nordwestdeutscher - 90 min.

Made in West Germany. Archival footage is combined with new footage in this film.

The Night They Raided Minsky's (archival)
Dec. 22, 1968 - Friedkin/United Artists - 99 min. - feature

©Dec. 18, 1968. Includes footage from "Bromo And Juliet."


1969

One Million AC/DC (archival)
1969 - Canyon - 80 min. - Eastmancolor

This film used footage from "One Million B.C."


1970

Horror Of The Blood Monsters (archival)
Feb. 1, 1970 - IIP - 85 min. - color

This film used footage from "One Million B.C."

4 Clowns (archival)
Sep. 1970 - Youngson/20th Century-Fox - 97 min. - feature compilation

Contains footage from Roach films.


1971

Hal Roach sold his interests in the company to some Canadian investors. The company went on to develop computer colorization.


1973

Laurel Und Hardy Auf Der Jagd Nach Dem Mammon (archival)
Mar. 9, 1973 - VEB - 91 min. - Laurel & Hardy compilation feature

Released in East Germany. Consists of "From Soup To Nuts," "Early To Bed," "Habeas Corpus" and "Liberty."


1974

Cuckoo - A Celebration Of Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy (archival)
1974 - BBC - 74 min. feature documentary

Contains footage from Roach films.


1976

That's Entertainment, Part II (archival)
May 17, 1976 - MGM - Metrocolor - Panavision - 133 min. - documentary feature

Premiered May 16, 1976. Includes footage from "The Finishing Touch."


1980

Hollywood (appearance)
Feb. 9, 1980 - Thames - TV mini-series

Rascal Dazzle (archival)
1980 - King World/Picture Scores - documentary feature


1982

Dance Of The Cookoos (archival)
Dec. 20, 1999 - Arte - 91 min. - Laurel & Hardy documentary

Edited from several Laurel & Hardy shorts. Released in Germany.


1984

The 56th Annual Academy Awards (appearance/archival)
Apr. 9, 1984 - AMPAS/ABC - TV special

Roach received a special Oscar, presented to him by Spanky McFarland and Jackie Cooper. Clips from various Roach films were shown.
George Stevens- A Filmmaker's Journey (appearance)
Sep. 25, 1984 - Creative/Castle Hill - 110 min. - TV documentary

Originally released in France. US release on May 3, 1985, reduced to 58 min.


1986

Classic Comedy Teams (archival)
1986 - Bergamn-Harris/Movietime/GoodTimes - video documentary

Includes footage from "School's Out."


1987

Hollywood Uncensored (appearance)
1987 - Caidin/Castle - TV documentary - 75 min.


1989

Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius (appearance/archival)
1989 - TV documentary


1992

The 64th Annual Academy Awards (appearance)
Mar. 30, 1992 - AMPAS/ABC - TV special


1994

Hal Roach: King Of Laughter (appearance)
Apr. 7, 1994 - TV documentary

A Century Of Cinema (appearance)
1994 - BFI/Miramax - 72 min. - documentary


1995

The First 100 Years: A Celebration Of American Movies (appearance)
June 5, 1995 - AFI/Calliope/Silver/HBO - 90 min. - TV documentary


1997

Sports On The Silver Screen (archival)
Mar. 16, 1997 - HBO - 85 min. - TV special

Contains a clip from "Washee Ironee."


2000

Bamboozled (archival)
Oct. 20, 2000 - 40 Acres/New Line - 135 min. - color - Dolby

Contains a clip from "School's Out."


2002

Added Attractions: The Hollywood Shorts Story (appearance)
Feb. 5, 2002 - Jones/TCM - 89 min. - TV documentary

Shows a 1992 interview with Roach.


©July 4, 2006, by Robert Demoss.
2006 updates: 7/9, 7/10, 7/13, 7/17, 7/19, 7/21, 7/22, 7/26, 8/20.
2007 updates: 2/16, 2/27, 4/1, 4/2, 4/6, 6/15, 10/17, 10/22, 11/9, 11/16, 11/25.
2008 updates: 1/7, 1/19, 1/20, 2/3, 2/21, 2/26, 3/18, 4/26, 4/29, 5/26, 7/6, 11/9.
2009 updates: 3/8, 3/29, 7/26.
2010 updates: 3/13, 3/22.


Thanks to Robin Cook, Joe Moore, Lynn Paden, Steve Phillips, Tony Foy, and 'mrsoandso' for assistance on this page.


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