Very interesting items, but I'm curious. Am I unusual in that I own the complete Cabin Fever VHS set — all 21 volumes and the boxes that hold them? If even the mighty mtw doesn't have this, it makes me wonder!
I also own Our Gang: A Racial History of The Little Rascals by Julia Lee. Highly recommended not only for putting the series in context of the racial tenor of the times — in a very scholarly way that's still quite readable — but also for the most exhaustive biographies of Ernie Morrison, Farina, Stymie and Buckwheat we're ever likely to get.
A couple of Laurel and Hardy items I have that I've not yet seen mentioned:
Laurel and Hardy by Charles Barr. I found this book in my university's library in the early 1970s, and subsequently bought two copies of it (the second after I wore the first one out!). I practically memorized many key passages from it. Still the best book ever on WHY their comedy works.
Laurel and Hardy: A Bio-Bibliography by Wes D. Gehring. Contemporary articles and clippings hard to find elsewhere.
The Spanish-language version of "Chickens Come Home," but with English subtitles. I taped this off of either AMC or TCM many moons ago. I'm not sure that this is available anywhere on VHS or DVD.