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Do You Love Your Wife? (1919)

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Toby - the janitor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bunny Bixby
Mary Burns ...
(as May Burns)
Mildred Forbes
William Gillespie ...
Elmer - the faithless husband
Bud Jamison ...
Man tending dog
Gus Leonard
Belle Mitchell
Marie Mosquini ...
The Vampire
Lois Neilson
James Parrott
William Petterson
Charles Stevenson ...
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Dorothea Wolbert
Noah Young ...
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It's bad....real bad.
4 February 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a rather dull film starring a young Stan Laurel. Seeing this film you really can't tell that a future super-star was in the making--mostly because the script isn't funny and there really isn't much to recommend this bad film.

Stan plays a janitor at a hotel and frankly nothing he did made me laugh. From dropping letters and trying to retrieve them with a vacuum, getting wet, helping a lady shoot her cheating husband and being chased by the police, none of these are particularly good and there is no real coherent plot--just of moments all strung haphazardly together. Of interest ONLY to Laurel and Hardy completists (like myself) who want to try to see every extant film of these men--even their obscure early stuff. This one, by the way, deserved to be obscure!!


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