|† "Keg O' My Heart" was filmed as production M-2. It was scheduled for release on November 11, 1933, but apparently shelved during editing.
† There are sources which list an MGM Musical Revue called "Jailbirds Of Paradise," which was released either on February 24th or March 10th, 1934. Richard Lewis Ward includes it as part of Hal Roach's Musical series. Unfortunately, this information is incorrect and no such film was ever made by Hal Roach.
|Unreleased||Keg O' My Heart||Hal Roach/MGM
2-reels / prod. M-2
|06 January 1934||Rhapsody In Brew||Hal Roach/MGM
2-reels / prod. M-1
|14 April 1934||Apples To You!||Hal Roach/MGM
2-reels / prod. M-4
|28 April 1934||Roamin' Vandals||Hal Roach/MGM
2-reels / prod. M-5
|12 May 1934||A Duke For A Day||Hal Roach/MGM
2-reels / prod. M-6
|26 May 1934||Benny, From Panama||Hal Roach/MGM
2-reels / prod. M-7
|02 June 1934||Music In Your Hair||Hal Roach/MGM
2-reels / prod. M-3