1967 MGM Vault fire
Early talkies such as the Technicolor scenes of The Broadway Melody, Chasing Rainbows, The Rogue Song, the uncut version of the Laurel and Hardy short Blotto, and the silent Our Gang shorts from 1927-1929 were also destroyed in the fire. The early Three Stooges musical short Hello Pop! was widely believed to have been among the casualties, but has turned up in a private collection in Australia, with Warner Bros. (the current rights holder to the majority of the pre-1986 MGM library through Turner Entertainment) currently in the process of restoring the film for a public release.
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