Series: All Stars w/Laurel and Hardy

Director: Fred L. Guiol
Producer: Hal Roach
Titles: H.M. Walker
Photography:
Editor:

Stars: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, James Finlayson, Anita Garvin
Company: Pathé Exchange
Released: 28 August 1927
Length: 2 reels
Production No.: S-21
Filming dates: March 14-30, 1927
Rating: 5/10



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Facts
•Filmed circa March 1927. [source: Randy Skretvedt]
I think we can surmise that Josephine Dunn is not in the film, it's Eve Southern in the role that earlier was thought to be Josephine's. It doesn't make any sense for Miss Dunn to have played a very small role in a Roach two-reeler, as she was receiving prominent billing in Paramount features at the time. Comparing pictures of her to Eve Southern, there is a pronounced resemblance, so I can understand the mistake, but it's definitely Eve in the L&H film, not Josephine. [source: Randy Skretvedt]
Did you notice?
•Charlie Hall is seen very briefly in the film, firstly in the opening scene, shaking hands with a woman on the train (who is in the carraige), and again after about 1 minute in, talking at the railway station to Viola Richard.
Stan Laurel
Cuthbert Hope
Oliver Hardy
Top Sergeant Banner
James Finlayson
Captain Bustle
Anita Garvin
Captain Bustle's first girlfriend
Viola Richard
Woman at station
Frank Brownlee
Major General Rohrer
Jerry Mandy
Soldier with voracious appetite
Eve Southern
Captain Bustle's second girlfriend
Will Stanton
Soldier sleeping next to Stan
Charlie Hall
Soldier
Chet Brandenburg
Soldiering rookie
  Frank Saputo
Soldier
   
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Woman on horseback #1
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Woman on horseback #2