|Monsieur Don't Care
|Series:||Stan Laurel||♦||Distribution:||Standard Cinema/Selznick||♦||Director:||Percy Pembroke||♦||Cinematography:||Reggie Lyons|
|Production:||♦||Type:||Silent short||♦||Producer:||Joe Rock||♦||Editor:||?|
|Released:||01 December 1924||♦||Length:||2-reels||♦||Story:||Monte Brice, Lou Lipton||♦||Assistant director:||Murray Rock|
|UNAVAILABLE ON DVD|
|NO REVIEW AVAILABLE.|
• Produced by Stan Laurel Productions.
• Copyrighted December 7, 1924.
• September 1924.
• Approximately 7 minutes of the film is known to have survived.
• Filmed at Universal Studios.
What the experts say
• "Apart from its burlesque value, the humor is not brilliant and even as burlesque the production lacks subtlety." - Bioscope.
Belle of Bath
"Laurel OR Hardy" by Rob Stone (pp. 487-489)
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