Allied Vaughn Partners With Education Content Supplier

Manufacture-on-demand DVD service Allied Vaughn has announced a distribution agreement with Overdrive, a global distributor of digital content for libraries and schools.

Overdrive offers a catalog of ebooks, audiobooks and video media to a growing network of 45,000 libraries and schools in 78 countries.

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Allied Vaughn also announced a few upcoming releases.

Due May 28:

  • Finder’s Keepers (DVD) — A thriller about five best friends who travel the country in search of the coolest and oldest buildings with the best history.

 

Due June 2:

  • Extra Ordinary (DVD and Blu-ray) — Rose, a mostly sweet and lonely small-town driving instructor, must use her supernatural talents to save the daughter of Martin (also mostly sweet and lonely) from a washed-up rock star who is using her in a Satanic pact to reignite his fame.

  • Extreme Rescues (DVD) — a National Geographic documentary.

  • Work In Progress: Season 1 — From Showtime, a 45-year-old deals with misfortune and despair that unexpectedly lead her to a vibrantly transformative relationship.

 

Due June 8:

  • The Break-Up Artist — A girl with a knack for easing the pain of break-ups moves into the matchmaking business in this romantic comedy starring Amanda Crew.

 

Due June 9:

  • Born in Evin (DVD and Blu-ray) — Filmmaker and actress Maryam Zaree does on a quest to find out the violent circumstances surrounding her birth inside one of the most notorious political prisons in the world in Iran.

Well Go Joins Allied Vaughn MOD Service

Well Go USA Entertainment has joined manufacture-on-demand service Allied Vaughn, launching the deal with four Blu-ray releases available now in the Asian action and horror genres.

The Korean actioner Unstoppable stars Don Lee as a legendary gangster enjoying a quiet retirement. When his wife is kidnapped, he must once again become the brutal criminal he left behind.

In the Chinese actioner Line Walker 2, a car crash sparks a war between local police and an international terrorist organization. After Superintendent Yip (Francis Ng) and Inspector Ching (Nick Cheung) arrest a hacker named Yiu involved in the accident, the two police officers are suspected by Superintendent Cheng (Louis Koo) as double agents. Clues lead the three officers to the far foreign soil of Myanmar and Spain, but as the investigation continues the lines between good and evil become blurred.

The Chinese actioner Chasing the Dragon 2: Wild Wild Bunch is based on real-life crimes that terrorized Hong Kong in the 1990s. Logan (Tony Leung Ka Fai) is the head of leading a notorious human trafficking gang, abducting the children of the city’s elite. Police forces decide to send in Sky (Louis Koo), an undercover agent whose mission is to save the hostages, all while bringing the gang and their leader to justice in this action-packed thriller.

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The Chinese horror compilation Lucid Dreams presents four stories in which the director recounts four of his own dreams. The explored dreams are Tung, a down on his luck young man who decides to hold a fake wedding in order to pay his debt to a finance company; Fan, a depressed white-collar worker whose boss is trying to steal his girlfriend; Tung Tung, a writer who reunites with her long-lost mother; and Chun, a bus driver inspired by four ‘ghost ladies’ to believe in his musical talent.

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In other news from the MOD service, Allied Vaughn in its newsletter stated, “Despite the operating climate, our internet, food & drug, and catalog based resellers report brisk sales throughout the past month. General merchandise retailers along with specialty outlets have definitely been impacted by stay-at-home orders. But, overall home video sales for AV Entertainment titles remain strong.”

MOD Service Allied Vaughn Announces Plans to Respond to Coronavirus Outbreak

Disc manufacture-on-demand service Allied Vaughn March 18 announced plans to respond to the coronavirus outbreak.

“Our focus continues to be the health and safety of our Allied Vaughn Team, families, clients as well as the communities where we work and live,” wrote president Doug Olzenak in a letter to clients. “With this in mind, we are committed to the same high quality and timely service you have always experienced with Allied Vaughn. Accordingly, we have implemented a Readiness and Response Plan for this unique situation.”

The company has moved as many positions as possible to working from home, has eliminated international travel and is limiting domestic travel to critical need, and has limited visits to its facility to critical need only.

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“In the event Allied Vaughn offices in Edina, MN, Aurora, IL (office) or Livonia, MI should be affected for a period, we have a Business Continuity Plan in place to serve our clients,” read the letter. “With an operational infrastructure designed to accommodate working virtually, most Allied Vaughn team members can work remotely, and many are doing that now. You can continue to reach them using the phone numbers and email addresses you have on file.”

For manufacturing and distribution in Aurora, the company has “developed a compartmentalized workforce, diversified distribution plan and increased manufacturing capacity,” read the letter.

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“In addition, our contingency plan includes strategies to respond to team members diagnosed with the virus, or any mandated quarantine,” Olzenak wrote. “Our goal is to ensure key functions of our business operate seamlessly so essential services continue uninterrupted. In addition, we are in contact and working with our suppliers and supply chain partners. Changes are coming daily. But, by working closely with our partners, any interruptions in the supply chain will be minimized to the degree possible.”

 

Allied Vaughn VP Richard Skillman to Retire

Richard Skillman, VP of manufacture-on-demand service Allied Vaughn Entertainment, has announced that he will retire.

“It is with bittersweet news that I share with you the news that I will be retiring at the end of this month,” he wrote in its latest newsletter. “I recently celebrated my 40th year with the Allied Vaughn organization and have been proud to be involved in its evolution from the early days of film processing to today’s leading technologies in entertainment distribution. I am looking forward to traveling in the coming year with my family, many know my passion for film location adventures around the world, so you may hear from me around the locations of a famous film secret agent.

“I have treasured my working relationship with all our customers and wish you all the best of success in 2020.”

Allied Vaughn creates on-demand Blu-rays and DVDs for a long list of studios in the home entertainment market.

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Screen Media, 3rd Fathom Films Join Allied Vaughn MOD Service

Screen Media Ventures and 3rd Fathom Films have joined the Allied Vaughn manufacture-on-demand service.

Screen Media Ventures, owned by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, acquires the rights to independent feature films for the United States and Canada and has a library of more than 1,500 motion pictures. The company also owns Popcornflix, an ad-based direct-to-consumer online video service with five channels and thousands of television episodes and movies. The first Screen Media titles under the deal, streeting Oct. 22, include the family film Fishtales (2007), starring Billy Zane and Kelly Brook; the horror flick Evil Feed (2014), about group of young martial artists who infiltrate an underground pit fighting ring where the loser is chopped up and served in a Chinese restaurant; the comedy FDR: American Badass (2011), in which FDR fights werewolves and saves the world, all from the comfort of his wheelchair, starring Barry Bostwick, Lin Shaye and Kevin Sorbo; the comedy Freshman Orientation (2004), about a college freshman who feigns being gay to be near a beautiful co-ed; and the drama Getting High (2006), about two artists on the verge of success who are determined to find a way out of their drug-fueled abyss.

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3rd Fathom Films is an independent studio based in Atlanta. Its library includes two feature films and 25 short films. Its first release on MOD, due Oct. 18, is The Final Project (2016), about six college students making a documentary about one of the most notorious haunted houses in America.

Paramount Opens Movie Vault to Allied Vaughn

Paramount Home Media Distribution has inked a packaged-media deal with Allied Vaughn and its AVMOD distribution services.

“We have the [DVD/Blu-ray Disc] titles and they’re 100% ready to ship, just in time for Holiday sales,” Richard Skillman, VP, Allied Vaughn Entertainment, said in a statement.

Titles include:

Gung Ho 1986 When Michael Keaton persuades a Japanese auto firm to reopen his hometown’s defunct auto factory, he’s a hero. But when the Japanese hire him to enforce their policies among his American co-workers, he goes from hero to zero in seconds flat. Michael Keaton; Gedde Watanabe; George Wendt; Mimi Rogers; John Turturro; Rick Overton Comedy; Drama

Dead Man on Campus 1998 Tom Everett Scott and Mark-Paul Gosselaar are new roommates Josh and Cooper in this outrageous comedy that makes the grade. Josh is the studious type, while Cooper’s the nothing-succeeds-like-excess guy. Soon Cooper’s mantra rubs off on Josh, and they’re both in danger of flunking out. But there’s a catch: a clause in the school charter awards A’s to students who suffer the trauma of a roommate’s suicide. So Josh and Cooper set out to find a suicidal roomie who is, uh, Most Likely to Success. There’s no time to lose. This is a matter of life and death, and comedy. Featuring “How I Met Your Mother” stars Alyson Hannigan and Jason Segel. Tom Everett Scott; Mark-Paul Gosselaar; Poppy Montgomery; Lochlyn Munro; Alyson Hannigan; Jason Segel Comedy

Ragtime 1981 This vivid, high-energy human tableau interweaves the lives and passions of a middle class, small town family against the scandal and events of a transitional America in 1906. Director Milos Forman and producer Dino De Laurentiis assembled an all-star cast-including legendary James Cagney- that brings the best-selling E.L. Doctorow novel to life in unforgettable fashion, with memorable music by composer/conductor Randy Newman. Ragtime is both a compelling story of human emotions and a reflection of the innocence, excitement and drama of that important time in the country’s history. Nominated for 8 Oscars and 7 Golden Globes, including Best Motion Picture (Drama). James Cagney; Moses Gunn; Elizabeth McGovern; Donald O’Connor; Mary Steenburge; Debbie Allen; Mandy Patinkin;Brad Dourif; Moses Gunn Drama; History

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Barbarella 1968 Barbarella is an interstellar space-traveler who crash lands on the planet Lythion in the year 40,000. Encountering trouble everywhere she goes, Barbarella uses every asset and every man at her disposal, to complete her mission to seek out and stop the evil Durand Durand. Whether she is wrestling with Black Guards, the evil Queen, or the angel Pygar (John Phillip Law) she just can’t seem to avoid losing at least a part of her skin-tight space suit! Jane Fonda; Marcel Marceau; John Phillip Law; Claude Dauphin; David Hemmings; Ugo Tognazzi Cult; Comedy; Adventure

Barbarella [Blu-ray] 1968 Barbarella is an interstellar space-traveler who crash lands on the planet Lythion in the year 40,000. Encountering trouble everywhere she goes, Barbarella uses every asset and every man at her disposal, to complete her mission to seek out and stop the evil Durand Durand. Whether she is wrestling with Black Guards, the evil Queen, or the angel Pygar (John Phillip Law) she just can’t seem to avoid losing at least a part of her skin-tight space suit! Jane Fonda; Marcel Marceau; John Phillip Law; Claude Dauphin; David Hemmings; Ugo Tognazzi Cult; Comedy; Adventure

Alfie 1966 Meet Alfie. He’s the ultimate Ladykillerwonderfully successful with women, yet rarely emotionally attached. All of that changes when he has a series of reversals that turn his life upside down. A classic film made even more famous by its title song, “Alfie,” written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, sung by Cher over the film’s closing credits in the US release. Michael Caine; Shelley Winters; Millicent Martin; Julia Foster Comedy; Drama

Best Defense 1984 If you’re out to build the ultimate Super Tank/Super Weapon, and you find out Dudley Moore has something to do with designing the missile guidance system, you’ve got to be concerned. Then, when you find out Eddie Murphy is going to test the tank in an actual combat situation, you ought to forget about it all together. Luckily for us, the government and Dynatechnics Incorporated don’t know Moore and Murphy like we do. And both comics are turned loose on a high tech, high touched adventure that sets modern warfare back a couple of hundred years. Dudley Moore; Eddie Murphy; Kate Capshaw; George Dzundza ; Helen Shaver Comedy

Delicate Delinquent, The 1957 The Dean Martin – Jerry Lewis comedy team may have called it quits, but that didn’t mean the laughs were over. Jerry’s first film without longtime partner Dino makes a hilarious case for law enfarcement! The nutty one stars as The Delicate Delinquent, a bumbling janitor who pals around with the switchblade set but decides to become a cop. Darren McGavin (A Christmas Story) co-stars as one of New York’s finest in this terrific blend of zaniness and social comment that’s one of Jerry Lewis’ finest. Jerry Lewis; Darren McGavin; Martha Hyer Classic; Comedy

Fat Man and Little Boy 1989 In the remote desert of New Mexico, “The Manhattan Project” is materializing the World War II effort to build the atomic bomb. Oscar-winner Paul Newman (Hud, Nobody’s Fool) stars as General Leslie Groves, the military man in charge of a massive project that will produce two weapons: “Fat Man” and “Little Boy”. Dwight Schultz (The Temp, Star Trek: First Contact) is J. Robert Oppenheimer, the brilliant scientist attempting to bring the startling mission to fruition. And Bonnie Bedelia, John Cusack, Laura Dern and Natasha Richardson co-star in this “stunning profoundly moving” film (Michael Medved, Sneak Previews) that re-creates one of history’s most compelling chapters one that resulted in the mushroom-shaped specter that changed the world forever. Paul Newman; Laura Dern; John Cuasack; Dwight Schultz; Bonnie Bedelia; John C. McGinley; Natasha Richardson Biography; Drama; History

Hustle 1975 Everybody “hustles”-especially in Los Angeles where suicides, strip joints, shootouts, porno movies, the mob and murder combine into a collage. Caught in this web of modern reality is an old fashioned detective (Burt Reynolds). A moralist who still sees the difference between right and wrong, he can hardly reconcile himself to the ugliness of his job. By day he investigates a young girl’s suicide; at night he relaxes with Catherine Deneuve, a high-priced Paris call girl. Director Robert Aldrich elicits fine performances from Reynolds and Deneuve while his perceptive direction explains why they’re never quite able to escape the hustle they’re so uncomfortable with. Burt Reynolds; Ernest Borgnine; Eileen Brennan; Catherine Deneuve; Paul Winfield Crime; Drama; Mystery

RLJ, Xenon and Aflik Join Allied Vaughn MOD Service

RLJ Entertainment, Xenon Pictures and Aflik Films have joined the Allied Vaughn manufacture-on-demand service.

Coming April 23 on Blu-ray from RLJ Entertainment and Acorn TV are three series sets of “The Heart Guy,” about gifted but arrogant heart surgeon Hugh Knight (Rodger Corser) who leads a charmed life in Sydney and believes his talent lets him live outside the rules. When an incident involving drugs and alcohol brings his world crashing down, he’s placed on probation and banned from performing surgery. He retreats to his rarely visited hometown of Whyhope in rural Australia to work as general practitioner.

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Due April 9 on MOD from Xenon, recognized in the home entertainment marketplace for creating labels focused on the African-American audience, are eight titles. The comedy How U Like Me Now (1992) stars Darnell Williams, Salli Richardson, Daniel Gardner, Raymond Whitefield and Debra Crable in a story that follows a group of young African Americans as they struggle for both financial and sexual fulfillment in early 1990s Chicago. A Day in Black and White (2001) stars Harold Perrineau and Anthony Desando in a comedy about two close friends, one black and one white, who get into a heated discussion on race relations, kicking off a series of interconnected stories that explore the racial terrain of New York City. Identity Crisis (1989) stars Mario Van Peebles, Melvin Van Peebles, Rick Aviles, Shelley Burch and Richard Fancy. In the comedy, a world-Famous French fashion designer Yves Malmaison and rapper Chilly D are both attacked by the same gang of dope smugglers, leaving one in a coma and the other not so lucky. When Chilly D wakes up from his coma several days later, he discovers that his body is also possessed by the soul of Malmaison, unaware that it has been placed there by a strange old homeless woman who witnessed the murder. Because both souls occupy the same body, Chilly D can change from tough black rapper to gay white fashion designer, or back again, anytime he is struck. Kitchen Privileges (2000) is a horror film starring Peter Sarsgaard about a housebound rape victim further terrified by news of a serial killer who preys on young women. Still, she thinks nothing of renting a room to a cook named Tom, who often drags heavy garbage bags into the house and locks the kitchen door while he prepares exotic meat dishes. The Luau (2002) is a comedy, starring Brian Hooks, Maia Campbell, Troy Winbush and Faizon Love, about a man who throws a luau to earn money for rent and pay off a gambling debt. Malibooty (2002) is a party comedy starring Brian Hooks, Stickey Fingaz, Kym Whitley, Traci Bingham, E-40 and Kent Masters-King. The Outback (2009) stars Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Jesse Johnson, Ben Kermode, Natalie Walker and Christian Clark in the story of a group of friends who encounter horror in the Australian desert. Finally, Q: The Movie (1999) stars Brian Hooks, Kelita Smith and Darryl Brunson in a comedy about a man who throws a wild barbeque while his parents are gone.

Aflik, known for Nollywood movies and African-inspired content, is offering four MOD titles: three romances, Beauty of the Mind, Marriage or Prison and The Good Wife, and one drama, Marriage Rules.

Warner Archive Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The Warner Archive Collection, the manufacture-on-demand arm of Warner’s home video unit, last month celebrated its 10th anniversary — but its reach spans decades.

Since its first collection of 150 titles released in March of 2009, Warner Archive has navigated a host of changes in home entertainment business models and formats while releasing catalog titles on MOD from every decade and for every taste.

“Whether it’s Bogart and Bacall or whether its Hitchcock or Hammer horror films or Busby Berkeley films, we’re releasing something for everyone,” said George Feltenstein, SVP of theatrical catalog marketing at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, who heads up the unit.

It’s also generated well in excess of $100 million in revenue for the studio over the years.

Manufacturing on demand is a process by which a disc is created when a consumer orders it, offering consumers access to titles that don’t have the kind of demand that supports a traditional pressing.

The kernel of the idea for its use in home video entertainment came from Warner’s Jim Wuthrich (currently president of worldwide home entertainment and games), Feltenstein recalled.

Feltenstein had been working on a joint venture with Rhino Records for soundtracks in 2002 and 2003 under a label called Handmade. “They would produce 2,500 units of albums that were aimed at collectors, and when they were sold out, they were sold out,” he said. “And it was a profitable way of getting niche content out to the consumer. You could only buy it online.

“So Jim saw the CDs in my hand and he asked me about them, and I explained the business model, and he said, ‘That’s fascinating. I have to figure out a way that we can get our deeper library titles out on DVD.’”

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MOD turned out to be the ticket, and several years later, with the help of Allied Vaughn, Warner Archive on March 23, 2009, released its first MOD collection.

“To my knowledge, [MOD] didn’t exist in our world, meaning the Hollywood studio world,” Feltenstein said. “We were the first studio to do this. Nobody had ever done it before.”

That first collection of 150 titles on DVD included some starring the legendary Debbie Reynolds, a “dear friend” of Feltenstein’s.

“On the morning of the 23rd, Debbie Reynolds was in New York on ‘The Today Show’ announcing the launch of the Warner Archive Collection,” Feltenstein said.

“She explained what it was and that some of her films were part of the initial offering. And then that night I did something that I used to do every year and had done for about 11 or 12 years at that time. We would have a yearly chat on the Home Theater Forum, which was and still is a fan site.”

During the chat, Feltenstein tried to allay any fears about the quality of the MOD discs. Warner Archive also had been careful to provide the proper aspect ratio (no pan-and-scan cutting out part of the picture).

“People were very excited, but to be fair there was also some trepidation,” he said. “There was concern about that fact that these were manufactured on demand, and people thought that DVD-Rs were not … they thought that manufactured on demand was similar to burning a disc on your computer, and it’s just not. It’s a fuller technology. The DVD-Rs and the process we went through was a much higher quality, so eventually — and it took a long time — eventually we gained consumer confidence, and now that it’s been 10 years, I’ve noticed people posting on the sites, ‘I have Warner Archive discs that are nine, 10 years old, and I’ve had no problems with them.’”

Those chats would soon lead to podcasts, all available on iTunes, and appearances at such fan confabs as Wondercon and Comic-con at which Feltenstein and staff would talk about upcoming releases and interview stars and directors from the Golden Age of Hollywood and beyond.

Those first 150 releases included such classic features as Mr. Lucky with Cary Grant and Laraine Day, The Enchanted Cottage with Robert Young and Dorothy McGuire, Abe Lincoln in Illinois with Raymond Massey, Edison the Man with Spencer Tracy, and Private Lives with Norma Shearer and Robert Montgomery, but also included more recent films such as Kaleidoscope with Warren Beatty, Oxford Blues with Rob Lowe and Wisdom with Emilio Estevez and Demi Moore.

The collection included “a lot of really good films that just hadn’t made their way to DVD and when you’re dealing with the wonderful incredible library that we’re so blessed to have, you know it’s an embarrassment of riches, and the response was tremendous,” Feltenstein said.

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As the catalog business waned at traditional retailers, Warner Archive was able to offer more and more classic titles via MOD — assisted by the technology to offer dual-sided discs and eventually Blu-ray Disc.

The kind of content expanded as well, beyond feature films.

“We have 3,250 releases on our docket as of now,” Feltenstein said. “We started with feature films only. We expanded into made for television movies, and we eventually were able to start adding television series.”

Warner Archive’s quest for more, deep library content also pushed preservation at the studio.

“Eventually we got to the point where we were confronted with the fact that masters on the shelf were starting to run out, that we would need to start creating new masters if we wanted to maintain our quality standard, and our standard of making sure we had original aspect ratio, and so forth,” Feltenstein noted.

Thus, a side product of Warner Archive was preservation of content that could have languished and deteriorated on the shelf.

“Our first remastered releases came out in June of 2010, basically 15 months after launch,” he said.

Eventually, most of the other studios caught on to MOD, but none had a unit like Warner Archive, Feltestein said.

“I like to refer to it as the boutique within the behemoth,” he said. “We have a very small dedicated staff, very engaged with consumers.”

Those consumers add up to a profitable business for Warner.

“It may be a smaller group of people, but there is still a rabid fan base out there for all sorts of content where people want to own things, and we’re trying to take advantage of that in a profitable way, listening to fans, watching sales,” Feltenstein said.

Lionsgate, Virgil Films Join Allied Vaughn MOD Service

Lionsgate and independent studio Virgil Films have signed on to Allied Vaughn Entertainment’s manufacture-on-demand disc service.

The first batch of Lionsgate titles will come out on Blu-ray May 14. American Exit is a crime thriller based on a true story starring Dane Cook as Charlie, a desperate father who steals a million-dollar painting from a shady art dealer. The futuristic thriller Life Like follows a couple who purchase a robot to cook and clean at their sprawling new home that, using artificial-intelligence, starts to anticipate the couple’s needs and desires. Also due are seasons four and five of the series “Power,” from executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.

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From Virgil on DVD April 9 comes the documentary We Are Columbine, filmed by a survivor of the school shooting attack two decades ago who interviews classmates, teachers and administrators about the lasting effect of that fateful day. Then on June 4 on DVD Virgil unveils Brave Girls, a documentary about Indian girls navigating their future, choosing between school, love and marriage.

The MOD service has also added Marshall Publishing, which produces educational and kids content, to its ranks.

Classic Laurel and Hardy Collection Coming April 1 From Film Detective and Allied Vaughn

Laurel & Hardy: One Fine Collection — a DVD collector’s set featuring more than 10 hours on two discs from the iconic comedy duo — will be available April 1 from The Film Detective via manufacture-on-demand service Allied Vaughn.

The release comes on the heels of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s March 26 digital, Blu-ray and DVD bow of the feature biopic on the duo, Stan & Ollie, starring John C. Reilly and Steve Coogan.

The classic set includes 27 short films from the duo’s formative years (1921-1936) — including some silent films newly restored from the original elements — that capture the performances in which they honed the sight gags and slapstick that propelled them to worldwide fame. The set also includes three bonus shorts, two featuring Laurel & Hardy cameos and one from producer Hal Roach.

On disc one are The Lucky Dog (1921), 45 Minutes From Hollywood (1926), Duck Soup (1927), Duck Soup (1927/French-Dutch title cards), Battle of the Century (1927), Call of the Cuckoo (1927), Slipping Wives (1927), Do Detectives Think (1927), Their Purple Moment (1928), We Faw Down (1928), Habeas Corpus (1928), Flying Elephants (1928), You’re Darn Tootin’ (1928/Long), Stolen Jools (1931/Bonus) and Mixed Nuts (1934/Bonus).

On disc two are You’re Darn Tootin’ (1928/Short), The Finishing Touch (1928), Leave ’em Laughing (1928), That’s My Wife (1929), Liberty (1929), Double Whoopee (1929), Double Whoopee (1929/Talking Version), Angora Love (1929), Big Business (1929), Blotto (1930), Be Big! (1931), Twice Two (1933), The Live Ghost (1934), Tit for Tat (1935) and On the Wrong Trek (1936/Bonus).

The set comes from the archives of Scott Entertainment in conjunction with The Film Detective, from the original film elements courtesy of Richard Feiner & Associates.