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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Roscoe Arbuckle; Gilbert M Anderson; Charles Rogers; John Bunny; Flora Finch; Mabel Normand; Stan Laurel; Oliver Hardy; Victor Herbert; Passport International Entertainment, LLC.; Passport Video.
|Notes:||Title from container and disc label.
March of the wooden soldiers based on the operetta Babes in Toyland by Victor Herbert.
A cure for pokeritis originally released as a comedy short in 1912 ; Fatty and Mabel adrift originally released as a comedy short in 1916 ; The lucky dog originally released as a comedy short in 1921 ; March of the wooden soldiers originally released as a motion picture in 1934.
|Cast:||A cure for pokeritis: John Bunny, Flora Finch.
Fatty and Mabel adrift: Fatty Arbuckle, Mabel Normand.
The lucky dog, March of the wooden soldiers: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy.
|Description:||1 videodiscs (ca. 142 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, all regions, full screen (4:3) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., NTSC.|
|Contents:||A cure for pokeritis --
Fatty and Mabel adrift / written and directed by Fatty Arbuckle --
The lucky dog / produced by Broncho Billy Anderson --
March of the wooden soldiers / director, Charles Rogers.
|Other Titles:||Cure for pokeritis.
Fatty and Mabel adrift.
March of the wooden soldiers.
Classic comedy teams.
|Responsibility:||Passport International Entertainment, LLC.|
Fatty and Mabel adrift: A couple of newlyweds awaken to find that the bad guys have separated their beachfront house from its very foundation and they are now floating out to sea.
The lucky dog: This silent short marks the very first onscreen appearance of Laurel & Hardy. Stan is an impoverished dog owner and Ollie is the thug who tries to rob him.
March of the wooden soldiers: Laurel and Hardy are Stannie-Dum and Ollie-Dee, who try to save Toyland from the evil clutches of Barnaby.