STREAMLINERS
1941-1948
Here is the complete list of all 22 streamliners released by The Hal Roach Studios.
In 1941 and after numerous flops in the feature market, Hal Roach invented a new concept called the 'Streamliner', a cross between a feature and a short subject, which United Artists could market as the lower half of a double bill.
All titles listed in the order of release.


1941-1948
(all Hal Roach/United Artists)

1941

Tanks A Million  [F-37]  (12 Sep 1941)
Niagara Falls  [F-36]  (17 Oct 1941)
All-American Co-Ed  [F-38]  (31 Oct 1941)
Miss Polly  [F-39]  (14 Nov 1941)
Fiesta  [F-40]  (28 Nov 1941)
Hay Foot  [F-41]  (12 Dec 1941)

1942

Brooklyn Orchid  [F-43]  (20 Feb 1942)
Dudes Are Pretty People  [F-42]  (13 Mar 1942)
About Face  [F-44]  (17 Apr 1942)
Flying With Music  [F-45]  (22 May 1942)
The Devil With Hitler  [F-46]  (20 Nov 1942)
The McGuerins From Brooklyn  [F-47]  (31 Dec 1942)

1943

Calaboose  [F-48]  (29 Jan 1943)
Fall In  [F-49]  (05 Mar 1943)
Taxi, Mister?  [F-51]  (16 Apr 1943)
Prairie Chickens  [F-52]  (21 May 1943)
Yanks Ahoy  [F-53]  (25 Jun 1943)
Nazty Nuisance  [F-50]  (06 Aug 1943)

1947

Curley  [F-54]  (23 Aug 1947)
The Fabulous Joe  [F-56]  (23 Aug 1947)

1948

Here Comes Trouble  [F-55]  (15 Mar 1948)
Who Killed Doc Robbin?  [F-57]  (15 Mar 1948)