Monday, July 21, 2014
THE DEVIL'S BROTHER, made in 1933, was an operetta starring Laurel and Hardy, Dennis King, and Thelma Todd. This was the movie Thelma Todd went to England to promote in 1933. Dennis King went also.
Although Thelma Todd's name appears on the herald, no pictures of her were used.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Friday, July 18, 2014
VOICES OF FILMLAND was a radio program featuring the stars of the talkies on the air.
Reblogged from http://www.mwotrc.com/rr2012_04/HarryLangdon.htm
In May of 1929, he signed with Hal Roach Studios for a series of talking two-reel comedies. While this was a comedown for a one-time star of feature length films, it gave Langdon the opportunity to test his screen character's suitability in talkies. Roach's shorts were distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and they too sponsored a weekly radio program for promotional purposes, titled Voices of Filmland, which aired over the CBS Network. On January 27, 1930, a special "Hal Roach" edition of the show was broadcast, featuring not only Langdon, but also Roach's other stars: Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy, Charley Chase, Thelma Todd, and the juvenile members of Our Gang (a.k.a. The Little Rascals), which then included young Jackie Cooper. What a remarkable find this broadcast would be, but alas no recording is known to exist.
Jack Benny appeared on the same program around the same time.
Reblogged from http://clevelandclassicmedia.blogspot.com/2012_01_01_archive.html
January 20, 1930 Broadcast on WHK-1390 Cleveland at 7:30 PM called "Voices From Filmland"
Voices From Filmland: