|infinite zest - 2014-09-12 |
Either full movies were just really short in 1931 or they adjusted for dog years?
It's a two-reel film, a very common format for comedies during the late silent and early talkie eras. For example, most of the early Three Stooges, Charlie Chaplain, and Laurel & Hardy films were only 17 minutes long! Feature-length comedies didn't start becoming popular until the Great Depression, when the rise of double features killed off newsreels and short-format films like the Dogville Comedies.
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-09-12 |
|Boomer The Dog - 2014-09-13 |
Dogvilles man, these are like the live versions of the poker playing Dogs pictures. People loved this kind of thing at the time, as big as cats videos are in this century.
Cool that TCM had brought these to a new audience, I had only heard these existed but never found them on magnetic tape.
These were shorts, like the 3 Stooges were, but I like the idea of Dog years.. :)
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2014-09-13 |
They're all dead now. If they were still alive today these dogs would be approaching their 630th birthday.
|oddeye - 2014-09-13 |
EARMITES ROFLOLOOLOL SO CLEVER
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2014-09-14 |
Many beatings were utilized to ensure each scene was acted out accordingly.
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