Pack Up Your Troubles (1932)

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Two war veterans help orphaned child to find her grandfather.



  • Oliver Hardy in Pack Up Your Troubles (1932)
  • Richard Tucker in Pack Up Your Troubles (1932)
  • Jackie Lyn Dufton in Pack Up Your Troubles (1932)
  • Jackie Lyn Dufton in Pack Up Your Troubles (1932)
  • William H. O'Brien in Pack Up Your Troubles (1932)
  • Stan Laurel and Jackie Lyn Dufton in Pack Up Your Troubles (1932)

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George Marshall , Ray McCarey , Harry Black , Lloyd French


H.M. Walker (dialogue)

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2 August 2017 | alexanderdavies-99382
| A huge improvement from their previous feature.
"Pack Up Your Troubles" is a much funnier and better made film for Laurel and Hardy. The plot is more solid with a tighter narrative and the comedy has been blended in well. The opening of the film is 1917 - the year America entered the First World War. Stan and Ollie are drafted into the army where they befriend a fellow private. Sadly, this other soldier is killed in action and Stan and Ollie take it upon themselves to look after the deceased's little daughter. With the war ended, they need to avoid the dreaded orphanage as the child's mother shows no interest. Stan and Ollie try to locate the child's grandparents and this is what dominates the majority of "Pack Up Your Troubles." The team are on top form and they have great material to work with. Besides the comedy, there are moments of drama. Laurel and Hardy handle the more serious material very well. The scene where they realise their soldier friend has died is greeted with no humour or slapstick of any kind. James Finlayson has a brilliant cameo as the army officer, whose army quarters are accidentally smelling of litter. Watch his expression as he blows his whistle! Another regular supporting comedian, Billy Gilbert, makes an appearance as a rather irate future father-in-law at a wedding. I enjoyed the way the film ended, it was quite moving.

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