Should Husbands Pay? (1926)

  |  Short, Comedy



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15 February 2006 | silentfilm-2
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| Yes, they will pay dearly
The answer in this wild Hal Roach comedy directed by Stan Laurel is "YES". Tyler Brooke is a married flirt in trouble with the law, and Jimmy Finlayson is his friend who swears to an angry judge that he will stop Brooke's flirting. As soon as they make their way home, they lose their pants in a similar situation to Laruel & Hardy's WE FAW DOWN. Pursued by newspaper photographers, they accidentally knock over Anita Garvin for more incriminating pictures. As soon as they get home, the newspaper has already printed the innocent-but-incriminating photos (!), and their wives are out for blood. Anita Garvin shows up to complain, and then her husband, the judge! I have yet to see Tyler Brooke funny in any film, but the rest of the cast makes this a funny two-reeler.

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Release Date:

5 September 1926

Language

None, English


Country of Origin

USA

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