Lodge Night (1937)

  |  Comedy, Short


Andy gets into hot water because of his frequent lodge meetings.


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3 September 2009 | tavm
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| Lodge Night was quite funny as my introduction to the forgotten Andy Clyde
This Columbia comedy short that I just watched on YouTube was my first exposure to another forgotten movie comic called Andy Clyde. In this one, he's trying to keep his nephew (Doodles Weaver) from getting involved with a nightclub singer named Lola (Joan Woodbury). His wife (Bonita Weber) is also looking for him...This one has plenty of funny slapstick scenes as well as a "mirror" sequence that is reminiscent of the similar one performed by Groucho and Harpo in Duck Soup. Lola also sings a pretty good if not memorable song. Clyde was from a group of vaudeville comics who ended up at the then poverty row Columbia after years at other studios. If many of his shorts are as funny as the one I just saw, I'll be one of his latter-day fans. So on that note, I recommend Lodge Night.

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Comedy | Short

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Release Date:

11 June 1937

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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