I have a question about the print of The Stolen Jools which is one of the shorts found on the Laurel & Hardy and Friends DVD. In the late 1970's I bought a copy of The Stolen Jools on Super 8 from Blackhawk Films. There was an edited scene with Barbara Stanwyck reading a poem that has always bothered me. Just before she reads the poem there is a cut, and then she says "Wait, there's more", and then reads the second half of the poem. I bought this DVD because I was hoping that the first half of the poem had finally been restored. But it got worse. At that same point in the film there is the cut again, but in this print it starts again just AFTER she says "Wait, there's more", so it appears there is only one part of the poem to be read, with no indication that there is a first part of the poem. The line "Wait, there's more" is now missing too. Do anyone have any idea on how to find out what the first part of that poem was? I've always been curious as to why it was cut out. Also on this print, all the end credits are missing, which listed all the people in the film.