Night Owls (1930)

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After far too many break-ins on his watch, an ineffective policeman approaches the unsuspecting vagabonds, Laurel and Hardy, with a preposterous proposition; one that would get him off the hook. But, are the boys up to the task?


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  • Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel in Night Owls (1930)
  • Stan Laurel in Night Owls (1930)
  • Edgar Kennedy in Night Owls (1930)
  • Oliver Hardy in Night Owls (1930)

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17 April 2004 | rbverhoef
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| Laurel & Hardy are the worst burglars ever
Stan Laurel makes most of the gags in 'Night Owls' work. In this comedy short a police officer (Edgar Kennedy) will be fired when he screws up one more time. He finds Laurel & Hardy sleeping on a bench in a public park. They have a choice. They can spend some time in jail or help the police officer. He wants them to break in with his chief. He will save the day and the chief will like him again.

The short, with sound, shows us Laurel & Hardy as burglars most of the time. They must be the worst burglars ever. They enter the house over and over again but they also manage to lock themselves out every single time. We have some laughs, all because of Laurel. Although this is definitely not the best Laurel & Hardy comedy short, it is another fine little movie.

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