Charley Chase at Hal Roach: The Talkies Volume One 1930-31 [DVD] 
This 2-DVD collection of 18 hilarious comedy shorts are as timelessly funny today as when they were originally released and feature a great, but somewhat neglected comedian in some of his prime work. Charley Chase was one of the most popular comedy stars in both the silent and sound eras.
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Comedian Charley Chase was a consistent box office money and fun-maker for Producer Hal Roach during the Silent and Sound Eras. Volume One is the beginning of the first comprehensive collection of Chase’s Hal Roach talkie comedies, culled from 1930-31, years in which many of his films featured Charley’s frequent leading lady the lovely and vivacious Thelma Todd, later a Hal Roach star too. This volume includes such Charley Chase classics as “Whispering Whoopee,” “All Teed Up,” “Looser than Loose,” and what may be considered one of Chase’s best short comedies, “The Pip From Pittsburg,” with the Spanish version as a bonus.
Disc 1 – 1930 Disc 2 – 1931
The Real McCoy Thundering Tenors
Whispering Whoopee The Pip from Pittsburg
All Teed Up Rough Seas
Fifty Million Husbands One of the Smiths
Fast Work The Panic Is On
Girl Shock Skip the Maloo
Dollar Dizzy What a Bozo!
Looser Than Loose The Hasty Marriage
Charley Chase, Thelma Todd
Richard M Roberts, Kit Parker
Audio Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1
Subtitles Optional English Subtitles
Rating Not Rated
Runtime 413 min