– 1923 –

The Sky Scraper (aka The Greenhorn)  produced in 1923 release unknown  Principal Pictures short

Horace Greely, Jr.  Originally filmed in 1923.  Copyright May 4, 1925.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., June 7, 1925, two reels.  Original Title: “A Tough Tenderfoot.”

The White Wing’s Bride  Originally filmed in 1923.  Copyright May 18, 1925.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., July 12, 1925, two reels.  Original Title: “A Perfect Nuisance.”  Alternative Title: “The Sea Gawk.”

Langdon with June Marlowe

– 1924 –

Picking Peaches  Copyright January 9, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., February 3, 1924, two reels.  Working Titles: “Trifling”, “A Ribbon Clerk’s Romance.”

Langdon with Alberta Vaughn

Smile, Please  Copyright January 9, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., March 2, 1924, two reels.  Working Title: “Look Pleasant.”

Scarem Much  Copyright March 20, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., March 23, 1924, two reels.  Cameo

Shanghaied Lovers  Copyright April 18, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., March 30, 1924, two reels.  Working Title: “A Sailor’s Honeymoon.”

Flickering Youth  Copyright May 6, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., April 27, 1924, two reels.  Working Title: “The Lather Pushers.”

The Cat’s Meow  Copyright May 6, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., May 25, 1924, two reels.  Working Title: “A Southern Exposure.”

His New Mamma  Copyright May 28, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., June 22, 1924, two reels.  Working Title: “The Taxi Scab.”

The First Hundred Years  Copyright May 28, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., August 17, 1924, two reels.

The Luck o’ the Foolish  Copyright August 2, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., September 14, 1924, two reels.  Working Title: “Watch Out.”

Langdon with Marceline Day

The Hansom Cabman  Copyright August 2, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., October 12, 1924, two reels.

Langdon with Marceline Day

All Night Long  Copyright October 29, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., November 9, 1924, two reels.  Working Titles: “Over Here,” “War is Swell.”

Feet of Mud  Copyright December 3, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., December 7, 1924, two reels.

– 1925 –

The Sea Squawk  Copyright October 2, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., January 4, 1925, two reels.

Boobs in the Woods  Copyright December 11, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., February 1, 1925, two reels.

His Marriage Wow  Copyright December 26, 1924.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., March 1, 1925, two reels.

Langdon with Natalie Kingston and William McCall

Plain Clothes  Copyright February 13, 1925.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., March 29, 1925, two reels.

Langdon with Vernon Dent

Remember When  Copyright February 13, 1925.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., April 26, 1925, two reels.

Langdon with Vernon Dent

Lucky Stars  Copyright July 20, 1925.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., August 16, 1925, two reels.  Working Title: “The Medicine Man.”

Langdon with Natalie Kingston

There He Goes  Copyright August 28, 1925.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., November 29, 1925, three reels.  Working Title: “Big Bug Story.”

Langdon with Vernon Dent

– 1926 –

Saturday Afternoon  Copyright January 23, 1926.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., January 31, 1926, three reels.

Langdon with Ruth Hiatt, Peggy Montgomery and Vernon Dent

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp  Copyright March 7, 1926.  Released by First National Pictures, Inc., March 21, 1926, six reels.  Working Title: “Mr. Nobody.”

Langdon with Joan Crawford

Ella Cinders  Copyright May 27, 1926.  Released by First National Pictures, Inc., June 6, 1926, seven reels.

The Strong Man  Copyright August 31, 1926.  Released by First National Pictures, Inc., September 19, 1926, seven reels.  Working Title: “The Yes Man.”

Soldier Man  Copyright April 28, 1926.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., September 30, 1928, three reels.  Working Titles: “King’s Up,” “The King,” “Soldier Boy.”

– 1927 –

Long Pants  Copyright March 22, 1927.  Released by First National Pictures, Inc., April 10 1927, six reels.  Working Title: “Johnny Newcomer.”

His First Flame  Originally filmed in 1925.  Copyright February 6, 1926.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., May 8 1927, five reels.

Three’s A Crowd  Copyright August 17, 1927.  Released by First National Pictures, Inc., August 28, 1927, six reels.  Working Title: “Gratitude.”

Fiddlesticks  Copyright March 29, 1926.  Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc., November 27, 1927, two reels.  Working Title: “The Junkman.”

Langdon with Vernon Dent

– 1928 –

The Chaser  Copyright January 23, 1928.  Released by First National Pictures, Inc., August 12, 1928, six reels.  Working Title: “The 19th Hole.”

Langdon with Gladys McConnell and Helen Hayward

Heart Trouble  Copyright August 17, 1928.  Released by First National Pictures, Inc., August 12, 1928, six reels.  Working Titles: “Volunteer,” “Here Comes the Band,” “Cock-A-Doodle-Doo.”

Langdon with Doris Dawson

– 1929 –

Harry Langdon Announcement  Screened for M.G.M. around July 1929, about seven minutes.

Langdon with Lew Foster and Hal Roach

Hotter Than Hot  Copyright August 26, 1929.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., August 17, 1929, two reels.  Working Titles: “Hot Stuff,” “Red Hot.”

Langdon with Thelma Todd

Sky Boy  Copyright September 23, 1929.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., October 5, 1929, two reels.

Skirt Shy  Copyright December 9, 1929.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., November 30, 1929, two reels.

– 1930 –

The Head Guy  Copyright December 26, 1929.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., January 11, 1930, two reels.

Langdon with Nancy Dover

The Fighting Parson  Copyright January 6, 1930.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., February 22, 1930, two reels.

Langdon with Nancy Dover

Voice of Hollywood #A-7  Copyright March 7, 1930.  Released by Tiffany Productions, Inc., March 7, 1930, one reel.

The Big Kick  Copyright February 17, 1930.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., March 29, 1930, two reels.  Working Title: “Bootleg Gas.”

The Shrimp  Copyright March 3, 1930.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., May 3, 1930, two reels.

The King  Copyright April 21, 1930.  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., June 14, 1930, two reels.

A Soldier’s Plaything  Copyright October 11, 1930.  Released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., November 1, 1930, 56 minutes.

Langdon with Lotti Loder

See America Thirst  Copyright November 20, 1930.  Released by Universal Pictures Corporation, November 24, 1930, 75 minutes.

– 1932 –

The Big Flash  Copyright November 6, 1932.  Released by Educational Film Exchanges, Inc., November 6, 1932, two reels.  Working Title: “The Photographer.”

– 1933 –

Tired Feet  Copyright January 1, 1933.  Released by Educational Film Exchanges, Inc., January 1, 1933, two reels.

Langdon with Vernon Dent

Hollywood on Parade #A-6  Copyright January 12, 1933.  Released by Paramount Publix Corp., January 13, 1933, one reel.

Hallelujah, I’m a Bum!  Copyright February 6, 1933.  Released by United Artists Corporation, February 3, 1933, 89 minutes.  Working Title: “The New Yorker.”

The Hitch Hiker  Copyright February 12, 1933.  Released by Educational Films Corporation of America, February 12, 1933, two reels.  Working Title: “The Pest.”

Knight Duty  Copyright May 7, 1933.  Released by Educational Films Corporation of America, May 7, 1933, two reels.  Working Title: “Wise Dummies.”

Tied for Life  Copyright July 2, 1933.  Released by Educational Films Corporation of America, July 2, 1933, two reels.  Working Title: “All Aboard.”

Langdon with Nell O’Day, Vernon Dent and Mabel Forrest

Marriage Humor  Copyright August 17, 1933.  Released by Paramount Productions, Inc., August 18, 1933, two reels.

Langdon with Judith Barrett and Ethel Sykes

Hooks and Jabs  Copyright August 25, 1933.  Released by Educational Films Corporation of America, August 25, 1933, two reels.  Working Title: “Down and Out.”

The Stage Hand released September 8, 1933  Educational-Fox short.

My Weakness  Copyright September 18, 1933.  Released by Fox Film Corporation, September 22, 1933, 72 minutes.

On Ice  Copyright October 5, 1933.  Released by Paramount Productions, Inc., October 6, 1933, two reels.

Roaming Romeo  Copyright December 28, 1933.  Released by Paramount Productions, Inc., December 29, 1933, two reels.

– 1934 –

Circus Hoodoo  Copyright February 15, 1934.  Released by Paramount Productions, Inc., February 16, 1934, two reels.

Langdon with Vernon Dent

Petting Preferred  Copyright April 26, 1934.  Released by Paramount Productions, Inc., April 27, 1934, two reels.  Working Title: “Get Along, Little Dogie.”

Counsel on De Fence  Copyright October 29, 1934.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, October 25, 1934, two reels.  Working Title: “The Barrister.”

Shivers  Copyright December 21, 1934.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, December 24, 1934, two reels.

– 1935 –

His Bridal Sweet  Copyright March 12, 1935.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, March 15, 1935, two reels.

Langdon with Geneva Mitchell

Love, Honor, and Obey (the Law!)  Copyright May 23, 1935.  Released by Goodrich (B.F.) Company, April 29, 1935, two reels.

The Leather Necker  Copyright May 18, 1935.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, May 9, 1935, two reels.

Atlantic Adventure  Copyright August 5, 1935.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, September 10, 1935, 68 minutes.

His Marriage Mix-up  Copyright October 26, 1935.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, October 31, 1935, two reels.

Langdon with Dorothy Granger

I Don’t Remember  Copyright December 27, 1935.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, December 26, 1935, two reels.

– 1938 –

Personality Parade  Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., January 8, 1938, two reels.

A Doggone Mixup  Copyright January 10, 1938.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, February 4, 1938, two reels.

Langdon with Ann Doran

He Loved an Actress  Produced in the United Kingdom in 1937.  Released in the United States by Grand National Pictures, Inc., March 25, 1938, 76 minutes.

Sue My Lawyer  Copyright August 15, 1938.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, September 16, 1938, two reels.

Langdon with Bud Jamison

There Goes My Heart  Copyright October 6, 1938.  Released by United Artists, Inc., October 15, 1938, 81 minutes.  Cameo

– 1939 –

Zenobia  Copyright April 11, 1939.  Released by United Artists, Inc., March 14, 1939, 71 minutes. Working Titles: “It’s Spring Again,” “We The People.”

Langdon with Zenobia

– 1940 –

Sitting Pretty  Copyright April 26, 1940.  Released by Jam Handy Picture Service Inc., 1940. 

Goodness! A Ghost  Copyright July 2, 1940.  Released by R.K.O. Radio Pictures, Inc., July 5, 1940, two reels. 

Cold Turkey  Copyright October 17, 1940.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, October 18, 1940, two reels.

Misbehaving Husbands  Copyright December 13, 1940.  Released by Producer’s Releasing Corporation, December 20, 1940, 65 minutes.

Langdon with Fred Kelsey and Billy Mitchell

– 1941 –

All-American Co-Ed  Copyright October 30, 1941.  Released by United Artists, Inc., October 7, 1941, 48 minutes.

Double Trouble  Copyright November 21, 1941.  Released by Monogram Pictures, Inc., November 17, 1941, 63 minutes.  Working Titles: “Here We Go Again,” “Bundles From Britain.”

Beautiful Clothes (Make Beautiful Girls)  Copyright November 24, 1941.  Released by Soundies Distributing Corporation of America, Inc., December 1941, 3 minutes, 40 seconds.

– 1942 –

House of Errors  Copyright February 20, 1942.  Released by Producers’ Releasing Corporation, Inc., March 26, 1942, 63 minutes.

What Makes Lizzy Dizzy?  Copyright March 12, 1942.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, March 26, 1942, two reels.

Tireman, Spare My Tires  Copyright June 4, 1942.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, June 4, 1942, two reels.

Carry Harry  Copyright September 3, 1942.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, September 3, 1942, two reels.

Langdon with Elsie Ames, Marjorie Deanne and Barbara Pepper

Piano Mooner  Copyright December 11, 1942.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, December 11, 1942, two reels.

– 1943 –

A Blitz on the Fritz  Copyright January 22, 1943.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, January 22, 1943, two reels.  Working Title: “Swat That Spy.”

Blonde and Groom  Copyright March 30, 1943.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, April 16, 1943, two reels.

Here Comes Mr. Zerk  Copyright July 20, 1943.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, July 23, 1943, two reels.  Working Title: “Sue You Later.”

Spotlight  Scandals  Copyright August 13, 1943.  Released by Monogram Pictures, Inc., July 26, 1943, 79 minutes.

– 1944 –

To Heir is Human  Copyright January 14, 1944.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, January 14, 1944, two reels.

Langdon with Una Merkle and Heinie Conklin

Hot Rhythm  Copyright February 26, 1944.  Released by Monogram Pictures, Inc., March 14, 1944, 77 minutes.  Working Title: “Swat That Spy.”

Langdon with Irene Ryan

Defective Detectives  Copyright March 22, 1944.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, April 3, 1944, two reels.

Langdon with El Brendel and Christine McIntyre

Mopey Dope  Copyright May 20, 1944.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, June 16, 1944, two reels.

Langdon with Christine McIntyre

Block Busters  Copyright July 22, 1944.  Released by Monogram Pictures, Inc., August 15, 1944, 60 minutes.

– 1945 –

Snooper Service  Copyright February 2, 1945.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, February 4, 1945, two reels.

Pistol Packin’ Nitwits  Copyright April 4, 1945.  Released by Columbia Pictures Corporation, April 4, 1945, two reels.  Working Titles: “Out Vest,” “Tenderfoot.”

Swingin’ on a Rainbow  Copyright July 27, 1945.  Released by Republic Pictures, Inc., August 27, 1945, 72 minutes.  Working Title: “Moonlight and Roses.”

– Other film contributions –

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp released March 21, 1926  Harry Langdon Corp.-First National feature  producer, and writer

The Strong Man  released September 19, 1926  Harry Langdon Corp.-First National feature  producer

Long Pants  released April 10, 1927 Harry Langdon Corp.-First National feature  producer, and editor

Three’s A Crowd released August 28, 1927  Harry Langdon Corp.-First National feature  director, and writer

The Chaser  released February 12, 1928 Harry Langdon Corp.-First National feature  director, and writer

Heart Trouble  released August 12, 1928  Harry Langdon Corp.-First National feature  director, and writer

The Stage Hand  released September 8, 1933  Educational-Fox feature  director, and writer

Wise Guys released August 1937 Fox-British feature  director

Block-Heads released August 19, 1938 Roach-MGM feature writer, and animation

The Flying Deuces  released October 10, 1939 RKO feature writer

A Chump at Oxford  released February 20, 1940 Roach-United Artists feature writer

Saps at Sea  released May 3, 1940 Roach-Untied Artists feature  writer

Road Show released February 20, 1941 Roach-United Artists feature  writer

Bride By Mistake released July 27, 1944  RKO feature  writer

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