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Love 'em and Weep

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Love 'em and Weep
Love-em-and-weep.jpg
Directed byFred Guiol
Written byHal Roach
H.M. Walker (titles)
Produced byHal Roach
StarringMae Busch
Stan Laurel
Jimmie Finlayson
CinematographyFloyd Jackman
Edited byRichard C. Currier
Distributed byPathé Exchange
Release date
  • June 12, 1927 (1927-06-12)
Running time
20 min.
CountryUnited States
LanguagesSilent film
English (Original intertitles)

Love 'em and Weep is a silent comedy short film starring Mae Busch, Stan Laurel and James Finlayson.[1]

Opening Title

Ancient Proverb—Every married man should have his fling—But be careful not to get flung too far.

Plot

An old flame (Mae Busch) of businessman Titus Tillsbury (James Finlayson) threatens to expose their past, destroying both his marriage and career. He sends his aide (Stan Laurel) to keep her away from a dinner party he and his wife are hosting that evening.[2]

Cast

Production

Love 'em and Weep was filmed in January 1927 and released June 12 of that year by Pathé Exchange.[1]

Notes

  • Since Laurel and Hardy appear in the film, it is considered an early Laurel and Hardy film despite the fact that Hardy's role is a bit part and they barely share any scenes in the film.
  • The film was the first in which English character actor Charlie Hall was to appear with Laurel and Hardy.

Remake

Love 'em and Weep was remade in 1931 as Chickens Come Home, with both Mae Busch and Stan Laurel reprising their roles. James Finlayson played the butler this time, replacing Charlie Hall, with Oliver Hardy taking on Finlayson's original role.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b "FEATURE RELEASE CHART". Motion Picture News. August 26, 1927. Retrieved July 11, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Love 'em and Weep". Laurel and Hardy Central. Archived from the original on September 21, 2011. Retrieved April 19, 2019.

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