Should Men Walk Home?
 
Series: All-Stars Distribution: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  Director: Leo McCarey  Cinematography: Floyd Jackman
Production: H-15 Type: Silent short Producer: Hal Roach  Editor: Richard C. Currier
Released: 30 January 1927 Length: 3-reels Titles: H.M. Walker

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Facts
Production H-15 - All-Star series with Mabel Normand and Creighton Hale.
Copyrighted January 14, 1927.

Filming dates
October 25 - November 11, 1926.

Trivia
Some sources list this film as a 2-reeler, and give a release date of February 6, 1927.
The film can be viewed/downloaded from: http://www.archive.org/details/ShouldMenWalkHome1927
The gag involving the water fountain was later re-used with Stan Laurel in Early To Bed.

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Mabel Normand
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Creighton Hale
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Eugene Pallette
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Oliver Hardy
Party guest at punch bowl
Edgar Dearing
Motorcycle cop
Fay Holderness
Nurse
  Blanche Payson
Guest
  Clara Guiol
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  L.J. O'Connor
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UNIDENTIFIED CAST
 

POSTER

SHOT ON THE LOT
The following scenes were filmed on the Hal Roach Back Lot and are included in the TOUR
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This page was last updated on: 30 January 2016