Another movie night with my wife but this time a very short one.
Nineteen minutes and twenty-two seconds to be precise.
Back then (1933), as well as feature films (longer) there were also short movies.
Two for the price of one comes from the fact that the original black and white movie was also touched up later.
Both versions are on the DVD that we have and we watched them back-to-back.
The movie also starred Charlie Hall, who was from Ward End, Birmingham.
He featured in forty-seven Laurel and Hardy films.
There’s a pub named after him in the Eardington suburb of Birmingham.
As you can see from the lead image, Dilwyn, our Bedlington terrier, likes to join in.
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