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Fri Mar 21 17:12:28 2014 UTClccn-n852740000.00E. O. McCormick photograph album,0.250.92The two cupids59366933Snub_Pollardn 852740002260050Fraser, Harold, 1889-1962Frazer, HaroldPollard, Harry, 1889-1962Pollard, Harry "Snub" 1889-1962Pollard, Peewee 1889-1962lccn-n87896486Daniels, Bebe1901-1971cstprfactlccn-n50050609Lloyd, Harold1893-1971cstprfdrtactlccn-n50051034Roach, Hal1892-1992sceprfdrtlccn-nr98016397Davis, Mildred1900?-1969actlccn-n50024533Harold Lloyd Corporationlccn-no95013200Image Entertainment (Firm)lccn-n85376724Whelan, Tim1893-1957scelccn-n85376692Gill, David1928-lccn-n85199160Walker, H. M.1878-1937lccn-no2008071142Park, Ed1970-Pollard, Snub1889-1962DramaComedy filmsShort filmsSilent filmsFictionDepartment storesPublicityTrampsAuctioneersFemale impersonatorsAlcoholicsMemory disordersAcrobatsModels (Persons)PoliceManners and customsSuccessSocialitesBellhopsUnited StatesRescuesImpostors and impostureUnited States.--NavyPiratesFiction filmsTexas RangersSheep ranchersThievesRanchersCattle stealingCoins--Collectors and collectingMistaken identityMotion picture theatersAuctionsTheaters--Fires and fire preventionFilm serialsParodyChaplin, Charlie,Gish, Lillian,False personationComedyKings and rulersActorsDemocracyMotion picturesCalifornia--TruckeeActingMotion picture producers and directorsSouthern Pacific Railroad CompanyHarding, Warren G.--(Warren Gamaliel),ComediansCaliforniaMotion picture actors and actressesVaudevilleRailroads1889196219151917191819191920192119221923192619271934193519361937194119431944196219741975197819821983198419851989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201220131196161203791.4375PN1997ocn837388281ocn706127432ocn663074165ocn693958453ocn767050512ocn693958451ocn763028501ocn693958454ocn693952065ocn693958455ocn421629694ocn753605720ocn551624478ocn421793683ocn420672662ocn220148926ocn2257054403182ocn837388281visu20130.25Newmeyer, FredSafety last!FictionDramaA young man travels to the big city in search of success. Boasting of his achievements, he resorts to desperate deeds when his fiancee decides to visit him1373ocn042680823visu19990.24Chaplin's Essanay comediesDramaA collection of Chaplin's films at Essanay Studios. Shanghaied: Hired to shanghai a crew, Chaplin is himself shanghaied and becomes assistant cook aboard a rolling boat. A Night in the show: Chaplin appears in a dual role as a playboy seated in the orchestra and as an obnoxious workman on a night out seated in the balcony. The latter closes the theater down by turning a fire hose on the fire-eating act. Police: The Tramp released from prison meets a former cell-mate and sets out to rob the home of a young woman. Charlie Chaplin's Burlesque on Carmen: Parody of the popular Cecil B. DeMille film Carmen. Triple trouble: Charlie works in the home of an eccentric inventor from whom some German spies are attempting to obtain a formula922ocn062081927visu20050.29The Harold Lloyd collectionDramaComedy filmsShort filmsSilent filmsHarold Lloyd might just be the funniest actor you've never seen- a silent screen comedian so often placed in the shadow of Chaplin and Keaton- but he continues to shine in some of the most enduring short and feature-length comedies ever offered911ocn075961442visu20060.22American slapstickDramaExpect to find exploding cars, innocent bystanders smacked in the head with hammers, half-naked underwear models chased by cross-dressing villains, auctioneers crawling across airplane wings to retrieve false teeth, memory-impaired lovers, somnambulists, drunken reprobates, deranged acrobats, and the Keystone Kops461ocn012297753visu19840.28Harold Lloyd's comedy classicsFour silent comedy shorts of Harold Lloyd431ocn232956844visu20080.24American slapstickDramaThey were the bad boy superstars of the Jazz Age. They told jokes without words, with punchlines made from brickbats and cream pies. Comedy shorts that have been mastered from archival elements and rare collections. Chiefly slapstick comedy shorts, plus one feature film (Charley's Aunt) and three sound shorts (at the end of disc 3)373ocn039612467visu19980.27Hal Roach the lot of funOn the stages and backlots of the Hal Roach Studio, the ingredients of classic slapstick were refined with more sophisticated and gradually-paced narratives that allowed many of Roach's stars to make the difficult transition to sound films. From the late 1920's through the Depression, Laurel and Hardy were the jewel in the crown of the Hal Roach Studio. These seven films present excerpts and complete films of their great silent short comedies. Also included are the Our Gang comedy team (Dogs of war) and an early film of Will Rogers (Big moments from little pictures)371ocn075168563visu20060.14Slapstick encyclopedia (1909-1929)Highlighting the Golden Age of screen comedy as it has never been presented before, "Slapstick Encyclopedia" collects more than fifty silent short comedies with new musical soundtracks. Laurel and Hardy, Fatty Arbuckle, Buster Keaton, Mack Sennett, Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, Harry Langdon, Will Rogers, Ben Turpin and more--from the early innovators, who redesigned the routines of vaudeville with narrative form, to the celebrated masters whose inspired improvisations helped establish the world dominance of American film, "Slapstick Encyclopedia" is your laugh-filled tour of this eternally appealing art231ocn070255549visu20060.15The pirates of the silver screen collectionDramaThe dancing pirate (1936, 83 min.): A pirate musical? Sort of. A Boston dancing teacher is shanghaied but escapes into Spanish California, only to be arrested and convicted of being the pirate captain. Can he dance his way off the gallows? From a story by Emma Lindsay Squier201ocn050758736visu20020.47Slapstick encyclopediaHal Roach: the lot of fun: From the late 1920's through the Depression, Laurel and Hardy were the jewel in the crown of the Hal Roach Studio. These seven films present excerpts and complete films of their great silent short comedies and also includes the Our Gang comedy team in "Dogs of war."171ocn050767398visu20020.25Slapstick encyclopediaVolume 7. Features works produced by the Hal Roach Studios during the 1920s, some featuring the Little Rascals. Volume 8. Contains Charlie Chaplin films produced between 1915 and 1929161ocn183050820visu20070.33Krazy Keystone komediesSilent comedy fiilms produced by Mack Sennett at Keystone. Mack Sennett was an innovator of slapstick comedy in film. During his lifetime, he was known as 'the King of Comedy.' Born Michael Sinnott in Richmond, Quebec, Canada, Sennett was a son of Irish immigrants. His father was a blacksmith in the small Eastern Townships village. Sennett became a singer, dancer, clown, actor, set designer and director for Biograph, and founded Keystone Studios in 1912 together with Adam Kessel. Many important actors were discovered by him and started their career at Keystone. Those include Charlie Chaplin, Raymond Griffith, Gloria Swanson, Ford Sterling, the Keystone Cops and many more. This DVD features over three hours of the best of Mack Sennett's Keystone comedies starring such comic luminaries as Mabel Normand, Fatty Arbuckle, and Mack Swain163ocn070696384visu19910.23The black coinDramaA 15 episode stage and screen serial. The title artifact is a devil-cursed Arabian Silver piece which dates from the Middle Ages, and which over the centuries has gradually turned black. Much blood has been shed over it and the eleven other coins of its ilk, that come into play in this slam-bang serial that's crammed with plenty of fisticuffs and mayhem135ocn008512870visu19190.39His royal slynessDramaDouble Feature: HIS ROYAL SLYNESS [30 min.]: Harold Lloyd takes the place of a lookalike prince when the prince is needed at home. After struggles and confusion, Lloyd, the imitation prince, emerges a revolutionary hero. HAUNTED SPOOKS: [20 min.] Every girl Harold falls in love with is lost to another boy, until he meets Hillary121ocn034696252visu19950.18Hollywood greats in the early westerns121ocn042198388visu19970.47Films of Harold LloydAn anthology of silent films made between 1916-1921 starring Harold Lloyd103ocn143275989com19820.10Rollin' plainsDramaTexas Rangers investigate trouble between cattle ranchers and sheep herders over water rights and cattle rustling101ocn076768383visu20060.18American slapstickDramaExpect to find exploding cars, innocent bystanders smacked in the head with hammers, half-naked underware models chased by cross-dressing villains, auctioneers crawling across airplane wings to retrieve false teeth, memory-impaired lovers, somnambulists, drunken reprobates, deranged acrobats, and the Keystone Kops91ocn247100500com20080.15American slapstick collectionDramaComedy filmsShort filmsIrreverent, anarchic, and truly American! These are the silent comedians: immigrants, outcasts and hard-up outsiders who personified the American Dream, becoming movie stars, heroes, icons. And here are their films! Expect to find: exploding cars, innocent bystanders smacked in the head with hammers, underwear models chased by cross-dressing villains, auctioneers crawling across airplane wings to retrieve false teeth, memory-impaired lovers, somnambulists, drunken reprobates, deranged acrobats, and the Keystone Kops91ocn247302202com20080.15American slapstick collectionDramaComedy filmsShort filmsIrreverent, anarchic, and truly American! These are the silent comedians: immigrants, outcasts and hard-up outsiders who personified the American Dream, becoming movie stars, heroes, icons. And here are their films! Expect to find: exploding cars, innocent bystanders smacked in the head with hammers, underwear models chased by cross-dressing villains, auctioneers crawling across airplane wings to retrieve false teeth, memory-impaired lovers, somnambulists, drunken reprobates, deranged acrobats, and the Keystone Kops31ocn043996811visu19260.92The two cupidsTwo cupids, one black and the other white, sling eros' arrows at each other. The film features puppets modeled after movie actors (Chaplin, Tom Mix, Lillian Gish, Snub Pollard) in an amorous interracial conflict. A misunderstanding between a group of black actors and white actors leads to mass confusion11ocn740918387visu19230.47Sold at auctionA 1923 Pathe production in which many hair-raising escapades befall the hero when, as a "fall-guy" for a group of phony auctioneers, he sells the contents of the wrong house. Stars Snub Pollard11ocn225649982bookPollard, SnubPapersArchives1. Correspondence including letters and postcards, 1930-1953, mostly from Pollard to Harold Fraser. 2. Newspaper clippings, including clippings from the "Los Angeles Times" (1949-1954) and an obituary from the "Sunday Herald Sun" (1962). 3. Photographs of Pollard taken in the United States and, at an older age, after he had returned to Australia11ocn663208882visuMcCormick, E. OE. O. McCormick photograph albumPhotographsAlbum of photographs and clippings, possibly created by E. O. McCormick, who may have been an employee of the Southern Pacific Railway living in San Francisco, possibly at 1368 Natoma Street. The album includes images of damage from the 1923 fire on the north side of Berkeley, California; commissary operations of the Southern Pacific Railway; railway accidents; interiors of railway cars; scenes along the west coast railroad routes; railroad scenes at Truckee, California; the comedian Snub Pollard; funeral cortege of President Warren Harding leaving San Francisco in August, 1923; photographs of the Columbia River Highway in Oregon; and photographs by Gabriel Moulin11ocn532017905art19950.10Quigley, MartinPollard, Snub: ActorBiography DictionariesFri Mar 21 15:38:34 EDT 2014batch22065