Kid N Hollywood (1933)

#1 by Timothy Duncan ( deleted ) , Wed Sep 09, 2015 2:55 am

Tonight, I took some screenshots of my latest arrival, "Kid N Hollywood" (1933), an early Shirley Temple short on a 200' reel with sound from Blackhawk. I was quite pleased with this print. It was not listed as a Shirley Temple film, and I think that went in my favor for winning it at the starting bid of U.S. $5. In these Baby Burlesks, toddlers are playing adult roles (very innocently, I should add). There were eight of them produced between 1932 and 1933. This particular one, really shows (in my humble opinion) the emerging talents of Temple as a child star. I was happy that my daughter sat down with me and watched this through. It even garnered some laughter.




We then watched an Andy Panda cartoon titled "Knock, Knock" (1940) on a 200' color/sound reel from Universal 8. It was the first appearance ever of cartoon character Woody Woodpecker.




Sorry, I failed to clean the aperture tonight!



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RE: Kid N Hollywood (1933)

#2 by Robert Crewdson ( deleted ) , Wed Sep 09, 2015 6:56 pm

Great screenshots Tim, the Shirley Temple looks an interesting film.



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RE: Kid N Hollywood (1933)

#3 by Timothy Duncan ( deleted ) , Wed Sep 09, 2015 7:50 pm

These early Temple shorts were somewhat similar to the Our Gang/Little Rascals comedies, except the cast consisted entirely of very young children.


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RE: Kid N Hollywood (1933)

#4 by Vidar Olavesen , Wed Sep 09, 2015 7:57 pm

Got only one myself ... Polly-Tix in Washington (wasn't it?)

Personally I prefer Little Rascals


 
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RE: Kid N Hollywood (1933)

#5 by Timothy Duncan ( deleted ) , Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:13 pm

Yes Vidar, "Polly Tix" is one of those. They don't come close to the entertainment quality of the Little Rascals comedies, but I've always found that they have a certain charm to them. I agree with you though, I prefer the Rascals. The quality on these Blackhawk prints is better than any versions I've seen on unmentionable formats.


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RE: Kid N Hollywood (1933)

#6 by Panayotis A. Carayannis ( deleted ) , Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:57 pm

Of the eight Baby Burlesks,the first THE RUNT PAGE is totally unavailable,perhaps a lost film. Six are available in 8 mm sound, KID IN AFRICA, KID IN HOLLYWOOD, GAD RAGS TO RICHES, THE PIE COVERED WAGON, KID'S LAST FIGHT, POLLY-TIX IN WASHINGTON, (I have them all!) And the second, WAR BABIES is available only in silent copies,commonest of which is from Ken. All the others are available from a multitude of distributors, the copies coming from various reissue editions,since they were PD. Please correct me if I am wrong!!


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RE: Kid N Hollywood (1933)

#7 by Timothy Duncan ( deleted ) , Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:34 pm

Thanks Panayotis! That info is VERY helpful as I was wondering how many of these were available with sound. It's good to know there is another here who enjoys these shorts.


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