Series: Laurel and Hardy
Director: Charles Parrott
Producer: Hal Roach
Stars: Snub Pollard, Marie Mosquini, Ernest Morrison
Company: Pathé Exchange
Released: 28 March 1920
Length: 1 reel
Production No.: H-25
Filming dates: February 16-20, 1920
The Dinner Hour
|From approximately 1 minute of footage available for review:
The film takes place inside a nightclub of sorts, where a young girl dancer takes to the floor with her routine, accompanied by a band playing on the stage behind her. In the kitchen there is a commotion amongst the staff, with Ernest Morrison giving the camera a strange toothless grin (he looks like a little teddy bear) before putting a band of flowers on his head, does a dance and falls on his arse. Out on the floor, Snub is with a diner (George Rowe) whose dinner he picks up and throws at the dancing kid, stopping him in his tracks. Snub and Ernie are then seen in the kitchen together with Ernie cooking and Snub taking a tray of food out to one of the guests....
• Copyrighted April 6, 1920.
John Benson (help)
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