Series: All Stars

Director: Fred L. Guiol
Producer: Hal Roach
Titles: H.M. Walker
Photography: Harry W. Gerstad

Stars: Harry Myers, Eugenia Gilbert, Stan Laurel, Max Davidson
Company: Pathé Exchange
Released: 31 October 1926
Length: 2 reels
Production No.: S-13
Filming dates: June 19 - July 2 and August 5, 1926
Rating: -/10

Get 'Em Young


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Copyrighted October 26, 1926.
At least one source credits Hal Roach as co-director.
This film has some important history to it: Oliver Hardy was scheduled to play the part of the butler but had to pull out after he burnt himself with a leg of lamb. Stan Laurel was persuaded (albeit reluctantly) to step in to replace him.
On January 9th 1927, this film was being shown at the Laurier Palace theatre, Montreal, Canada. 78 people died when a fire broke out in the projection room and the audience, consisting mostly of children, panicked and stampeded towards the exits. Those in the gallery became trapped in the stairwell. Most of the fatalities were 16 years old or younger.

What the experts say
"NONE" ~ Lord Heath.

Harry Myers
Orvid Joy
Eugenia Gilbert
The girl
Stan Laurel
Summers, the butler
Max Davidson
Isaac Goldberg, lawyer
Charlotte Mineau
Hired bride
Fred Malatesta
Ernest Wood
Lawrence Lavendar Virgin,
female impersonator

Laurel Or Hardy by Rob Stone (book)

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