|Une nuit extravagante|
|Director: James Parrott
Producer: Hal Roach
Editor: Richard C. Currier
Cinematography: George Stevens
|Hal Roach Studios/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
foreign-language sound short/4-reels
|.......||Stan and Ollie reprise their roles from the 2-reel short of Blotto, speaking their own dialogue in French. For a full review of this film, please refer to "Blotto".
Mrs. Laurel is played by Georgette Rhodes (who replaces Anita Garvin in the role). It's pretty much a scene-for-scene re-enactment of the original film, although the general pace is slightly slower.
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|•This French-language version of the film was released two months after the English-speaking version, Blotto.|
|•Stan and Ollie read their lines and pronounced them phonetically from cue cards viewed just off screen.|
|•The French title of the film translated into English means "A wild night".|
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|Jean De Briac
Phone booth gawker