Richard M Roberts wrote:They don;t have it listed as THAT NIGHT do they? That was the title MOMA had the material catalogued under.
RICHARD M ROBERTS
No, Richard, here's what they have listed for the Female Teams set:
* Feed 'em and Weep 1928, 16'
* New score by Günter A. Buchwald (piano & violin)
* A Pair of Tights 1929, 19'
* New scores by Joachim Bärenz (piano) and Christian Roderburg (percussion)
* The Pajama Party 1931, 20'
* On the Loose 1931, 20'
* Show Business 1932, 19'
* Asleep in the Feet 1933, 18'
* Work in Progress: The Restoration of GOING GA-GA 5'
* ROM section with essays, documents and stills
* The Bargain of the Century 1933, 19'
* Beauty and the Bus 1933, 17'
* Babes in the Goods 1934, 19'
* Maid in Hollywood 1934, 19'
* The Misses Stooge 1935, 18'
* Top Flat 1935, 19'
* 20-page bilingual booklet with essays by Anke Sterneborg, Dave Stevenson and Cole Johnson
And the Max Davidson one:
* Why Girls Say No 1927, 22'
* Jewish Prudence 1927, 21'
* Don't Tell Everything 1927, 22'
* Should Second Husbands Come First? 1927, 21'
* Flaming Fathers 1927, 24'
* Hurdy Gurdy 1929, 20'
* New scores by Joachim Bärenz, Christian Roderburg and Günter A. Buchwald
* 20-page bilingual Booklet with essays by Richard W. Bann, Steve Massa, Stewart Tryster and Stefan Drössler
* Call of the Cuckoo 1927, 19'
* Love 'em and Feed 'em 1927, 9', tinted
* Pass the Gravy 1928, 25'
* Dumb Daddies 1928, 15'
* Came the Dawn 1928, 17', tinted
* The Boy Friend 1928, 19'
* The Itching Hour 1931, 18'
* New scores by Joachim Bärenz, Christian Roderburg and Stephen Horne
* Scripts, cutting continuities, stills and lobby cards of all the lost Max Davidson comedies as ROM features
What I found interesting about the Max set is that they have a 17 minute run time for "Came The Dawn" which I was led to believe only the first reel survived.