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Author Topic: Blackhawk OUR GANG / THE LITTLE RASCALS shorts on 8 mm.
Joe Caruso
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Gian, I checked my earliest Blackhawk Bulletin (August, 1960), not one Our Gang is listed. As of Spring-Summer 1972, the Silent ones are BARNUM & RINGLING, INC, LITTLE MOTHER, CRAZY HOUSE, FAST FREIGHT, SPOOK SPOOFING & SATURDAY'S LESSON

Next Bulletin (April, 1976) shows MARY, QUEEN OF TOTS, NOISY NOISES, THE OLD GRAY HOSS, RAINY DAYS, UNCLE TOM'S UNCLE, WIGGLE YOUR EARS, BIG BUSINESS, ELECTION DAY, CAT-DOG & CO., plus ads for 49 Super 8 Sound Our Gang shorts

Another listing of July, 1976 has 58 Super 8 Sound Our Gang, no other silents

78 Our Gangs in Super 8 Sound listed by the April, 1978 edition

Think the last few came out between then and about 1984

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Great, Job.
Thanks for your post.

There are now 18 silent shorts and 81 sounds, in my list.
The hunting goes on [Wink] !

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Now, also remember that Niles put out a few silent versions, and there were cut-downs in 200' from minor distributors, but essentially, you want THE best, you want Blackhawk, and that is the source to strive for - I'll see what I can trail - Ciao, Shorty

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I must admit I'm only after Blackhawks.
Thanks Joe. Ciao.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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Joe and Gian Luca
The Niles silent Our Gangs are of abominable quality.

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[Frown] [Roll Eyes] Hi Panayotis. That's the reason why I'm not after them. [Roll Eyes] [Frown]

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Winbert Hutahaean
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The same question is also asked on the other thread, were all from Niles also were released by Blackhawk?

Secondlhy, I always found that those from Niles were silent version, any sound version from Niles?

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If I well remember, no sound issues by Nile.

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Tony Stucchio
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By 1981, SEEING THE WORLD was also released.

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Joe Caruso
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I know - Most of the NILES pre-print was washy at best, and no they did not release all of what Blackhawk did. Blackhawk was licensed with Roach, and had THE best negs with which to work of course - Niles catalog I don't have, but they released some of the silents is all I remember

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Great piece of news, Tony.
Thanks a lot. I will add it immediately to my 'wanted' list.
Ciao.

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Tony Stucchio
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Here is a list of the silents that were released from wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Gang_filmography

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Gian Luca Mario Loncrini
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Thanks Tony and Jim. Very helpful [Wink] .

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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The Reel Images catalog of 1979 and the Niles catalog n. 72, of 1980, both list the same silent Rascals titles:
Baby Clothes
Back Stage
Big Business
Big Show
Boys will be Joys
Champeen
Derby Days
Giants vs Yanks
Lodge Night
Mary, Queen of Tots
Shivering Spooks
Sundown Ltd
Thundering Fleas
Uncle Tom's Uncle

For history's sake,the british 1938 Kodascope catalog lists the following 8mm silents:
Boys Will Be Boys
Buried Treasure
The Fourth Alarm
Monkey Business
Shivering Spooks
Fire Fighters
Ten Years Old
Young Sherlocks
Love My Dog
Mysterious Mystery
Seeing the World
No Noise
The Champeen
Official Officers
Its a Bear
One Wild Ride
Just in case one finds himself in an old abandoned warehouse or in Grandpa's attic,and stumbles on a ,forgotten during the last sixty years, big box full of std eights. In fact I found reel one of No Noise and Walton did release a one reel cutdown titled "Hospital Hi jinks" ,so, by joining reel one and the second part of "Hi jinks",I have a reasonably more "complete" 300 foot print.
I have also found about one meter (three feet) from the beginning of DOG DAYS,which Maltin lists as "unavailable"(i.e. lost),which someone used as leader for an amateur travelog of his !!! So this one exists also in std 8.

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Thanks for all additional info, Panayotis.
Very interesting indeed.
Ciao.

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Shooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooorty, you crazy!!!
Thanks a lot!
Items arrived in the morning [Wink] .
Grazie.

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Gian not sure if your on here anymore was looking for certain titles on super 8 still need "Fishy Tales" on super 8 and I did not see "Big Ears" ON anybody's list while i have it on 16mm I don't believe Blackhawk ever released it unless another company released it. here is a online list of Blackhawk catalogs relesed over the years.
http://uschefnerarchive.com/blackhawk-films-catalogs/

Here is my list of titles in both super 8 and 16mm:

Little Rascal Titles

The Champeen super 8 sound
Spook Spoofing super 8 sound
Barnum & Ringling Inc. super 8 sound
Wiggle your Ears super 8 silent
Cat & Dog Co. super 8 sound
Saturday's Lesson super 8 silent
Small Talk super 8 sound
Railroading super 8 sound
Boxing Gloves super 8 sound
Lazy Days super 8 sound
Bouncing Babies super 8 sound
Moan and Groan super 8 sound
Shivering Shakesphere super 8 sound
When the wind Blows super 8 sound
Bear Shooters super 8 sound
A Tough Winter super 8 sound
Pups is Pups super 8 sound
Teachers Pet super 8 sound
School's Out super 8 sound
Helping Grandma super 8 sound
Love Business super 8 sound
Little Daddy super 8 sound
Bargin Day super 8 sound
Fly My Kite super 8 sound
Big Ears 16mm sound
Shiver My Timbers super 8 sound
Dogs is Dogs super 8 sound
Readin' & Writin' super 8 sound
Free Eats super 8 sound
Spanky super 8 sound
Choo-Choo! super 8 sound
The Pooch super 8 sound
Hook and Ladder super 8 sound
Free Wheeling super 8 sound
Birthday Blues super 8 sound
A Lad An' A Lamp super 8 sound
Fish Hookey super 8 sound
Forgotten Babies super 8 sound
Kid from Borneo super 8 sound
Mush & Milk super 8 sound
Bedtime Worries super 8 sound
Wild Poses super 8 sound
Hi' Neighbor! super 8 sound
For Pete's Sake super 8 sound
The First Round up super 8 sound
Honkey Donkey super 8 sound
Mike Fright super 8 sound
Washee Ironee super 8 sound
Mama's Little Pirate super 8 sound
Shrimps for a Day super 8 sound
Anniversary Trouble super 8 sound
Beginners Luck super 8 sound
Teachers Beau super 8 sound
Sprucin up super 8 sound
Little Papa super 8 sound
Little Sinner super 8 sound
Our Gang Follies/36 super 8 sound
The Lucky Corner super 8 sound
Divot Diggers super 8 sound
The Pinch Singer super 8 sound
Second Childhood super 8 sound
Arbor Day super 8 sound
Bored of Education super 8 sound
Two Too Young super 8 sound
Pay As You Exit super 8 sound
Spooky Hooky super 8 sound
Reunion in Rhythm super 8 sound
Glove Taps super 8 sound
Hearts Are Thumps super 8 sound
Three Smart Boys super 8 sound
Rushin' Ballet super 8 sound
Roamin' Holiday super 8 sound
Night 'N' Gales super 8 sound
Fishy Tales 16mm sound
Framing Youth super 8 sound
Pigskin Palooka super 8 sound
Mail And Female super 8 sound
Follies of 1938 super 8 sound
Canned Fishing super 8 sound
Bear Facts super 8 sound
Three Men In a Tub super 8 sound
Came The Brawn super 8 sound
Feed 'Em and Weep super 8 sound
The Awful Tooth super 8 sound
Hide and Shriek super 8 sound
Wind Storm super 8 sound
Tiny Troubles 16mm sound
Waldo's Last Stand 16mm sound

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pm-sent

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Just wondering if anyone else has any titles with neat little 'trailers' attached to the front. This was done after market of course.
I have 2 titles in particular, shrimps for a day' that has an older Jerry tucker talking at the beginning to his wife asking her if she has ever watched shrimps for a day, to which she replies unbelievably that SHE HASN'T! And another title 'moan and groan' with Max Davidson talking. I forget currently what he says, i'll have to watch again soon.
Anyone else have anything cool like this?

ps: btw- if anyone wants to quickly organize a list in a post alphabetically, you can do so here: Sort a list alphabetically

Jim, hope you don't mind we using your list as an example...here is your list again using the link above! Nice titles btw!
A Lad An' A Lamp super 8 sound
A Tough Winter super 8 sound
Anniversary Trouble super 8 sound
Arbor Day super 8 sound
Bargin Day super 8 sound
Barnum & Ringling Inc. super 8 sound
Bear Facts super 8 sound
Bear Shooters super 8 sound
Bedtime Worries super 8 sound
Beginners Luck super 8 sound
Big Ears 16mm sound
Birthday Blues super 8 sound
Bored of Education super 8 sound
Bouncing Babies super 8 sound
Boxing Gloves super 8 sound
Came The Brawn super 8 sound
Canned Fishing super 8 sound
Cat & Dog Co. super 8 sound
Choo-Choo! super 8 sound
Divot Diggers super 8 sound
Dogs is Dogs super 8 sound
Feed 'Em and Weep super 8 sound
Fish Hookey super 8 sound
Fishy Tales 16mm sound
Fly My Kite super 8 sound
Follies of 1938 super 8 sound
For Pete's Sake super 8 sound
Forgotten Babies super 8 sound
Framing Youth super 8 sound
Free Eats super 8 sound
Free Wheeling super 8 sound
Glove Taps super 8 sound
Hearts Are Thumps super 8 sound
Helping Grandma super 8 sound
Hi' Neighbor! super 8 sound
Hide and Shriek super 8 sound
Honkey Donkey super 8 sound
Hook and Ladder super 8 sound
Kid from Borneo super 8 sound
Lazy Days super 8 sound
Little Daddy super 8 sound
Little Papa super 8 sound
Little Sinner super 8 sound
Love Business super 8 sound
Mail And Female super 8 sound
Mama's Little Pirate super 8 sound
Mike Fright super 8 sound
Moan and Groan super 8 sound
Mush & Milk super 8 sound
Night 'N' Gales super 8 sound
Our Gang Follies/36 super 8 sound
Pay As You Exit super 8 sound
Pigskin Palooka super 8 sound
Pups is Pups super 8 sound
Railroading super 8 sound
Readin' & Writin' super 8 sound
Reunion in Rhythm super 8 sound
Roamin' Holiday super 8 sound
Rushin' Ballet super 8 sound
Saturday's Lesson super 8 silent
School's Out super 8 sound
Second Childhood super 8 sound
Shiver My Timbers super 8 sound
Shivering Shakesphere super 8 sound
Shrimps for a Day super 8 sound
Small Talk super 8 sound
Spanky super 8 sound
Spook Spoofing super 8 sound
Spooky Hooky super 8 sound
Sprucin up super 8 sound
Teachers Beau super 8 sound
Teachers Pet super 8 sound
The Awful Tooth super 8 sound
The Champeen super 8 sound
The First Round up super 8 sound
The Lucky Corner super 8 sound
The Pinch Singer super 8 sound
The Pooch super 8 sound
Three Men In a Tub super 8 sound
Three Smart Boys super 8 sound
Tiny Troubles 16mm sound
Two Too Young super 8 sound
Waldo's Last Stand 16mm sound
Washee Ironee super 8 sound
When the wind Blows super 8 sound
Wiggle your Ears super 8 silent
Wild Poses super 8 sound
Wind Storm super 8 sound

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Hi James that’s nice takes the guess work out of alphabetizing titles I had mine in order by date.

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