I didn't see a thread on this particular studio. So I thought I'd post some lists about the short subject films Republic Pictures made.   Short films: MEET THE STARS-- ART IN HOLLYWOOD (variety) March 5, 1940 Directed and produced by Louella Parsons' daughter Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- COWBOY JUBILEE (variety) June 7, 1940 With John Wayne and Gene Autry. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- CHINESE GARDEN FESTIVAL (variety) December 24, 1940 With Dolores Del Rio, John Garfield, Beulah Bondi and Rita Hayworth, among others. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- WAMPAS BABY STARS (variety) January 5, 1941 With Joan Blondell and Dolores Del Rio, among others. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- VARIETY REEL (variety) February 21, 1941 With Edward Arnold, Mary Astor, Binnie Barnes and Donald Crisp, among others. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- LOS ANGELES EXAMINER BENEFIT (variety) March 24, 1941 With Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, the Andrews Sisters and Milton Berle, among others. Produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- HOLLYWOOD VISITS THE NAVY (variety) April 24, 1941 With Richard Barthelmess, Henry Fonda, Carole Landis and Carmen Miranda, among others. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- STARS AT PLAY (variety) May 24, 1941 With Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Gene Autry, Bing Crosby and Joe E. Brown, among others. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- MEET ROY ROGERS (variety) June 24, 1941 Roy Rogers with Gene Autry, Gabby Hayes and Judy Canova, among others. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   MEET THE STARS-- STARS PAST AND PRESENT (variety) July 24, 1941 With Richard Bennett, Chester Conklin, Edgar Kennedy, Mary Martin and Cesar Romero, among others. Directed and produced by Harriet Parsons. 20 mins. B&W.   HENRY BROWNE, FARMER (documentary) December 2, 1942; previewed November 15, 1942 Film shows the part American negroes play in the war. Narrated by Canada Lee. Oscar nominee. 11 mins. B&W.   LAND OF OPPORTUNITY-- THE AMERICAN RODEO (travelogue) November 8, 1949 Featuring western actor Allan Lane, narrated by Gerald Courtemarsh. 9 mins. B&W.   LAND OF OPPORTUNITY-- THE SPONGE DIVER (travelogue) December 14, 1949 Featuring Robert Rockwell and Billy Gray. 9 mins. B&W.   LAND OF OPPORTUNITY-- TILLERS OF THE SOIL (travelogue) January 19, 1950 Featuring Will Wright. 9 mins. B&W.   LAND OF OPPORTUNITY-- THE MARDI GRAS (travelogue) February 24, 1950 Featuring Selmer Jackson and Anna May Slaughter. 9 mins. B&W.   THE BATTLE FOR KOREA (war documentary) July 1, 1950 About the escalating conflict in Korea. 9 mins. B&W.   FIGHTS-- ROBINSON VS. TURPIN (sports) June 20, 1951 About the fight between Sugar Ray Robinson and Randy Turpin on June 10. Turpin won by a decision in 15 rounds. B&W.   MIRACLE IN MOTION (charity) For the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation, narrated by John Wayne. 3 mins. B&W.   FIGHTS-- MARCIANO VS. LA STARZA (sports) September 28, 1953 (sports) About the fight between Rocky Marciano and Roland La Starza on September 24, where Marciano won by a TKO in 11 rounds. Narrated by Bill Corum. B&W.   ***** THIS WORLD OF OURS (travelogue)   A travel series that Carl Dudley produced for Republic in the 1950s. All segments were 9 minutes in length and presented in Trucolor. Subjects included:   1950-- Norway (3/15), Denmark (6/1), Glacier Nat'l Park (7/15), Sweden (8/30), France (10/15), Holland (11/30) 1951-- London (1/15), Portugal (2/15), Spain (3/15), England (4/15), Hawaii (5/15), Greece (6/15), Belgium (7/15), Switzerland (9/1), Italy (11/1), Egypt (12/15) 1952-- Puerto Rico (1/15), Chile (3/1), Israel (5/20), India (7/1), The Philippines (8/11) 1953-- Ceylon (3/1), Washington City of Destiny (3/10), Singapore (6/1), German (8/1), Japan (10/1) 1954-- Hong Kong (1/15), Formosa (5/10), Ireland (8/1), Thailand (12/1), Bali (12/15 1955-- Venezuela (3/1), Caribbean Sky Cruise (4/1), Turkey (5/1)   Trucolor Specials These were directed by Sloan Nibley and narrated by Hans Conried. Republic produced them in 1956, and they were both 9 minutes in length:   Miracle in Venezuela (9/1) and Carnival in Munich (10/1).   Cartoons: JERKY JOURNEYS-- BEYOND CIVILIZATION TO TEXAS (children's film) March 15, 1949 Narrated by Kenny Delmar. 7 mins. Trucolor.   JERKY JOURNEYS-- THE 3 MINNIES: SOTA, TONKA & HA HA! (children's film) April 15, 1949 Narrated by Frank Nelson. 7 mins. Trucolor.   JERKY JOURNEYS-- BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE (children's film) May 15, 1949 Narrated by Frank Nelson. 7 mins. Trucolor.   JERKY JOURNEYS-- ROMANTIC RUMBOLIA (children's film) June 15, 1949 Narrated by Frank Nelson. 7 mins. Trucolor.