7 edition of A history of the Hal Roach Studios found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-236) and index.
|Statement||Richard Lewis Ward.|
|LC Classifications||PN1999.H28 W37 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2004021368|
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Harry Eugene Roach Sr. (Janu – November 2, ) professionally known as Hal Roach, was an American film and television producer, director, and actor who was active from the s to the is remembered today for producing a number of successes including the Laurel and Hardy franchise, the films of entertainer Charley Chase, and the Our Gang film comedy en: 6, including Hal Roach Jr.
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The exhibit contains authentic photos, costumes and props from the rich history of Hal Roach Studios and the legendary talents that emanated from there in the early ’s.
Sons of the Desert, the official International Laurel & Hardy Society, is co-sponsoring the exhibition in conjunction with their international convention, held July In A History of the Hal Roach Studios, Richard Lewis Ward meticulously follows the timeline of the company’ s existence from its humble inception in to its close in and, through both its obscure and famous productions, traces its resilience to larger trends in the entertainment business.
My first visit to the home of Hal Roach was in He and his second wife were happy to receive visitors. It was really an experience talking to Mr. Roach for two hours or more. It revealed a lot of information that may never show up in books. Directed by Greg Carson.
With Richard W. Bann, Jean Darling, Tom Hatten, Dickie Moore/10(2). Zenobia () The Hal Roach Studios feature Zenobia () is largely forgotten amidst all the movies released inA history of the Hal Roach Studios book cited as "Hollywood's greatest year." When Zenobia is mentioned at all, it is usually because of what it is not, and it is not a Laurel and Hardy movie.
The short shrift given the film is a shame because Zenobia has a low-key charm and it offers ample evidence of. Harold Eugene "Hal" Roach Sr. (), American film and television producer and director who worked with Laurel and Hardy, Charley Chase and the Our Gang kids, founder of Hal Roach Studios; Freddie Roach (b.
), American boxing trainer; Steve Roach (b. ), American composer and performer of ambient, electronic music. It also attempts to include all of the films made by Hal E. Roach Studios, whether or not Roach himself was involved. The filmography is nearly complete up through the mid s, thanks mostly to Rob Stone, who let me utilize his impressive list, and Richard Lewis Ward, who wrote A History Of The Hal Roach Studios, which includes an extensive.
The Hal Roach Studios also produced the screen version of Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. Hal Roach received an honorary Oscar in " in recognition of his unparalleled record of distinguished contributions to the motion picture art form." During the war, the Roach Studio was known as "Fort Roach," where training films were made by Ronald.
The Hal Roach Story features a film clips representing his entire career as well as a number of interviews, including Mr. Roach himself, taken from two interviews with him shot back in This is an intimate portrait of one of Hollywood’s most successful ers: I recently finished reading A History of the Hal Roach Studios written by Richard Lewis Ward.
Hal Roach, for those who don’t know, was a motion picture producer who operated a studio from the silent era to the dawn of television. He was one of the most successful producers of comedy ever. His actors included Read more My reading – A History of the Hal Roach Studios.
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In A History of the Hal Roach Studios, Richard Lewis Ward follows the timeline of the company's existence from its humble inception in to its close in and, through both its obscure and famous productions, traces its resilience to larger trends in the entertainment business."--BOOK JACKET.
Craig Calman's detailed and deeply researched look at the full history of The Hal Roach Studios is a fascinating read. As someone who's been involved in The Sons of the Desert and knew many of these behind the scenes personalities that Mr. Roach hired, this book is chock full of background details that I never heard or read about : Hal Roach OK'd the production of a solo “Sunshine Sammy” film in (bearing the regrettable title, The Pickaninny); the film was a hit and Roach scrambled to assemble a crew of kids for Author: Tony Mostrom.
Hal Roach Studios (name circa ) Currently: (demolished in ) Location: Washington Boulevard, Culver City, California. a home to independent filmed television production in the early years of television, including productions by by Hal Roach, Jr. According to Richard Lewis Ward's book A History of the Hal Roach Studios, the fourth installment, Blood and Thunder () "did not even receive a theatrical release -- a sure sign of a series in trouble.".
Our Gang is not one of those academically written film books clogged with jargon, but a fully fleshed-out and colorful pop-culture history: of Hal Roach, of the Roach.
Roach purchased what became the Hal Roach Studios from Harry Culver in Culver City in the early 's, and the studio opened its doors inbut it was the s that was the golden era for the Roach studios with a star line-up that included some of the most popular comedians around: Laurel and Hardy, Charlie Chase, Our Gang, Thelma Todd and Zasu Pitts.
And Sunshine Sammy, by the way, was the first African American ever signed to a long term movie contract. This was Hal Roach’s vision — WAY ahead of the curve of the rest of the country at the includes the other movie studios, vaudeville (which was segregated), professional sports, any other realm you care to name.
The Ward history of the Hal Roach studio is a much drier book but I found the level of detail fascinating. Discussed in detail are the relationships with Pathe as his distributor, fol1owed by the glory years with MGM and then finally with United Artists.
The Little Rascals: The Life and Times of Our Gang is the most comprehensive book available about the popular short series. Leonard Maltin, longtime fan of both Hal Roach comedies and the Our Gang series itself, writes both intelligently and lovingly about the series with the help of 5/5(5).
"Our Gang is not one of those academically written film books clogged with jargon, but a fully fleshed-out and colorful pop-culture history: of Hal Roach, of the Roach Studios lot and both early Hollywood and L.A.
culture."—LA Weekly "An engaging new book."—Pasatiempo/Santa Fe New Mexican. I guess this DVD set is coming from the same VCI deal as the Blu-Rays of ONE MILLION BC and TOPPER.
The HAL ROACH FORGOTTEN COMEDIES are: THE HOUSEKEEPER'S DAUGHTER- with Joan Bennett, TURNABOUT-and ROAD SHOW, both with Carole Landis. All three titles co-star Adolphe Menjou. Bison Historical Photographic Archives Covering Los Angeles and Southern California.
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Hal Roach. American filmmaker Hal Roach () was one of the top comedy producers in the early years of Hollywood. Responsible for giving the world such comedic luminaries as Harold Lloyd, Laurel and Hardy, and the Our Gang series of short films, his impact was enormous and long-lived. Nor was it limited to movies, as Roach was pioneering in the nascent television industry as well.
Hal Roach. 91 likes 1 talking about this. 'The King of Irish Comedy' Followers: Richard Lewis Ward is the author of A History of the Hal Roach Studios ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 1 review, published ) and When the Cock Crows (0 /5.
Laurel and Hardy, comedy team that is widely regarded as the greatest in film history. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy made more than comedies together, Laurel playing the bumbling and innocent foil to the pompous Hardy. Their best-known movies.
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User Reviews Review this title 2 Reviews. Hide Spoilers. co-author of the book "The Little Rascals: The Life and Times of Our Gang" and Richard Lewis Ward, author of "A History of The Hal Roach Studios". The other extras I mentioned were also insightful and entertaining.
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They were contracted by the different studios to. James L. Neibaur's The Charley Chase Talkies, is a film-by-film analysis of the 79 sound-era short subjects that Chase turned out at Hal Roach and Columbia Studios. The first full-length book on the comedian's talkies -- with many of these Roach shorts having aired on Turner Classic Movies in the past few years, and the Columbias.
A History of the Hal Roach Studios. Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, ISBN Weales, Gerald. Pdf Goods as Caviar: American Film Comedy of the s.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ISBN Template:Refend. External links Edit. Stan Laurel on IMDb; Oliver Hardy on IMDbCountry of origin: United States.Vittorio was briefly involved with Hal Roach in a company, R.A.M.
Pictures (for "Roach and Download pdf, but Roach bought himself out of the deal after he had been heavily ostracized in Hollywood.  He was the editor of the film journal Cinema and was involved with the Italian film studio Cinecittà.Hal Roach was a much-loved Irish comedian, very popular with Americans.
He entered the Guinness Ebook of Records as the longest-running engagement of a comedian at the same venue: 26 years at Jury’s Irish Cabaret, Jury’s Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin. He spent over 60 years in show business.