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Laurel and Hardy in the lost film: the Rogue Song


This is the ever known surviving clip of the missing color film the Rogue Song. With Laurel and Hardy. In 1932.

  • GildyGury posted: 10 Dec at 1:50 am

    thts all there is

  • bubblesandmuchly posted: 10 Dec at 2:04 am

    amazing

  • QuadSonicStereo posted: 10 Dec at 2:23 am

    Wow.. hope this means somewhere there is a complete copy of Rogue Song, this would be the find of the decade!

  • Lava1964 posted: 10 Dec at 2:48 am

    I didn’t think any portion of this film existed. Wow!

  • freebudav posted: 10 Dec at 2:50 am

    how u get the footage if its been lost lol

  • gmmix posted: 10 Dec at 3:48 am

    Only on YouTube do you encounter such exceedingly rare footage. Sincere THANKS for this treasure.

  • GB21599 posted: 10 Dec at 4:43 am

    YES

  • ghellogm posted: 10 Dec at 5:12 am

    Priceless!

  • tmny876 posted: 10 Dec at 6:01 am

    does ‘flying elephants’exist.

  • Ianjk78 posted: 10 Dec at 6:34 am

    Correction not 1932 but actually 1930

  • OofusTwillip posted: 10 Dec at 6:37 am

    Of course I meant to say “Hats Off”, not “Hands Off”!

    (Note to self: Do not post on YouTube when you’re half-asleep.)

  • inter215 posted: 10 Dec at 6:47 am

    Considering the fact that this was Lawrence Tibbett’s first film and the fact that talkies were brand new its amazing to see what command he already has of this idiom. With only his experience from the opera stage to guide him its amazing what he does here. In just this short clip his voice and presence are quite memorable. What a great talent!

  • massiveham posted: 10 Dec at 7:36 am

    total holy grail of hollywood shit. fantastic post! now, who’s got that nine hour version of ‘greed’?
    by the by, oofus, ‘hats off’ is indeed the name of the lost l&h short. i friggin’ love youtube.

  • w1lf1ewoo posted: 10 Dec at 8:03 am

    wow wee! – un – be -leiveable! I can only echo all the other comments,I have spent a lifetime in idle curiosity about this film what wonderful colour composition considering the year of production and the sound perfectly dubbed! …what can I say, other than thank u for posting & ty utube!

  • digitalshark posted: 10 Dec at 8:21 am

    Holy crap! I never thought I’d see anything more than the still pictures I’ve seen in books. And in color! I always have consoled myself over the loss of this movie by clinging to the widely held assessment that it is one of their weaker films (the curse of the over featured OTHER characters). The cave sequence where they are off screen and talk is a wonderful throwback to a similar longer scene in “Pardon US.” THANKS SO MUCH!

  • dliwdivad posted: 10 Dec at 8:41 am

    iam sure i saw the whole film on tv back in the 70s,

  • todd198126 posted: 10 Dec at 9:05 am

    very good!-thanks for posting this

  • OofusTwillip posted: 10 Dec at 10:03 am

    You might be thinking of a documentary that was done a few years ago, called “Hats Off”. The Laurel & Hardy short film “Hands Off” has been lost since Hollywood converted to making sound films—unless you’re the luckiest person in the world, and you found a copy before the old nitrate filmstock deteriorated!

  • fromthesidelines posted: 10 Dec at 10:34 am

    Laurel & Hardy were “borrowed” by MGM for “The Rogue Song” (as they were for “The Hollywood Revue of 1929”, because the studio distributed Hal Roach’s films at the time}. Unfortunately, they were not as diligent as Roach was in preserving movies- I keep hoping that ONE print of the entire feature survived…

  • laurelhardyhawk posted: 10 Dec at 10:35 am

    Wow! I didn’t realize that there was anything but stills available from this film. Thank you so much for posting it. Vintage Laurel and Hardy, a storm, a leading man and a sensuous blonde, all in color and directed in 1930 by none other than Lionel Barrymore himself! A wonderful vignette!

  • rockerstar101 posted: 10 Dec at 11:21 am

    I am 80% sure I have had my hands on a copy of Hat’s Off, I just can’t remember where the hell it is or what happened to it, If I find it, I will post it

  • rockerstar101 posted: 10 Dec at 11:57 am

    I am 80% sure I have had my hands on a copy of Hat’s Off, I just can’t remember where the hell it was, If I find it, I will post it

  • bobvar posted: 10 Dec at 12:11 pm

    I’ve never heard of this film but I’m going to research it. Thanks for the clip.

  • astroboy1960 posted: 10 Dec at 12:51 pm

    I’d read about this clip for years and am really greatful to see it. FWIW the entire soundtrack HAS survived. Now if only a copy (or even a fragment) of HATS OFF would surface!

  • larcssab posted: 10 Dec at 1:30 pm

    i believe this is the only remainig clip….fortunately it features the boys though

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