Passed | | Comedy, Family, Western
Stanley and Ollie are enlisted to deliver the deed to a goldmine in a small village, only for it to be stolen.
Top British comedian Frank Skinner said that girlfriends of his were "subjected to the Laurel and Hardy test", when he would play a video of the dance sequence from the movie. "If she didn't laugh," said Skinner, "I instantly wrote her off as a future companion."
Hey, this thing ain't workin' right.
Bartender: It's working all right for me.
When Stan eats Ollie's hat, he takes three bites out of it and Ollie takes it away from him, but then there are three bites and another huge chunk out of the brim.
There is a persistent rumour that when the film was first released it included a scene (now lost) with Laurel and Hardy at a crossroads trying to read a direction sign which the wind keeps blowing into different positions.