Category Archives: Short Subjects

Harold Lloyd in “I Do” (1921) – reviewed by George

This 25-minute film has only acting credits, so I got the rest (and some of the acting credits) from imdb.com. Thank you! Title card: “Some young men fall in love. Some go crazy from other causes. That feverish hour when … Continue reading

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Olaf’s Frozen Adventure (2017) – reviewed by George

A 22-minute short now available on DVD with a selection of 6 other Disney cartoons relating to Christmas or winter. Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) are thrilled that Arendelle is about to enjoy the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Mickey (2018) – reviewed by George

This DVD contains 13 Mickey Mouse cartoons, dating from 1929 to 1942, and was, I believe, released in conjunction with the first showing of “Mickey’s 90th Spectacular” on November 4, 2018 (which was rerun on December 29). The cartoons are … Continue reading

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Harold Lloyd in “High and Dizzy” (1920) and “Now or Never” (1921) – reviewed by George

# 1: High and Dizzy – The Boy (Harold Lloyd) has moved into professional practice after having graduated from medical school as an MD, PhD, and TNT. Still, he has no patients, so when a man and a younger woman … Continue reading

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Brave Little Tailor (1938) – reviewed by George

This “Treasure from the Disney Vaults” was shown last night on TCM, and it is a gem. Starts out with everybody in the walled capital worrying about the giant, while Mickey Mouse works on sewing a garment for a customer. … Continue reading

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