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I've got that on 35mm, says the LoC! Once lost film is found!
One of the great things about all these lost films being found is that it encourages people to seek out more. Using resources like Rob Stone's great book Olivier or Hardy a friend of mine was able to identify this recent arrival at that great archive we all share.
Rumor has it that this reel is mostly complete and it will be preserved and copied rather quickly and may be available as soon as early 2013 on DVD.
So keep looking folks and support film preservation by taking a friend to see movies the way they were meant to be seen on the big screen.
Archives around the world need your support for film presentation. Visit or donate to the BFI (British Film Institute), Library of Congress, UCLA, George Eastman House, The Motion Picture Academy (the Oscars folks) and MoMA.
Your grandchildren will thank you for preserving the films that entertained, educated and enlightened your grand parents.
In the year that Charles Chaplin signed up with Essanay Films to write, direct and act in his own two reelers, Oliver Hardy (known as Babe Hardy) was earning his living by acting in one reelers such as 'An Expensive Visit'. He would have to wait until he teamed up with Stan Laurel in 1927 in the classic silent short film, 'You're Darn Tootin', before he would receive the same level of success as Chaplin.
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