Take Next Car | Big Moments From Little Pictures | Ship Ahoy | Beer Is Here | The Inventors
Take Next Car | Big Moments From Little Pictures | Ship Ahoy | Beer Is Here | The Inventors
Take Next Car | Big Moments From Little Pictures | Ship Ahoy | Beer Is Here | The Inventors
Take Next Car | Big Moments From Little Pictures | Ship Ahoy | Beer Is Here | The Inventors
Take Next Car | Big Moments From Little Pictures | Ship Ahoy | Beer Is Here | The Inventors
Take Next Car | Big Moments From Little Pictures | Ship Ahoy | Beer Is Here | The Inventors

Take Next Car | Big Moments From Little Pictures | Ship Ahoy | Beer Is Here | The Inventors

Hal Roach Presents, Pathé Distribution., Blackhawk., Layton Film Co., 1922. Description: A lot of five films:

1) Take Next Car, released July 30, 1922. The conductor of a horse-drawn trolley attempts to stay in business in the face of determined competition. Starring James Parrott (as Paul Parrott). Black and white with a musical soundtrack. 16mm; approx. 10 minutes. Hal Roach Presents, Pathé Distribution.

2) Big Moments from Little Pictures, released March 30, 1924. A collection of Will Rogers shorts. Black and white; silent. 16mm; approx. 20 minutes. Blackhawk/Hal Roach Studios.

3) Ship Ahoy, released February 15, 1919; a Bulls-Eye Comedy. Charlie (played by Billy West) gets involved with a gang of crooks when a sea captain attempts to kidnap his landlady's daughter. Directed by Charles Parrott; starring Billy West, Ethelyn Gibson, Stanton Heck, and Leo White. Black and white; silent. 16mm; approx. 20 minutes. Blackhawk.

4) Beer is Here, released 1933. When Prohibition ends, Mike and Meyer re-open their brewery with a party. Starring Joe Weber, Lew Fields, Vera Marshe, and Billy Hughes. Black and white; sound. 16mm; approx. 22 minutes. Standard Pictures Corp.

5) The Inventors, released January 24, 1926. Starring Gene “Fatty” Layman and Charles Dorety. Black and white; silent. 16mm; approx. 20 minutes. Layton Film Co.

Condition: All films have been played only rarely and therefore show very little wear. Any instances of vinegar syndrome or color turning have been noted in the description of the individual film in question. For more detailed inquiries regarding the condition of a specific film, please contact us.

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