Old flame (Busch) shows up to blackmail married businessman (Finlayson). He enlists a friend (Laurel) to keep her away from his home and wife. Confusion prevails when she crashes a house party. Written by
Herman Seifer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
'Love 'Em And Weep' was remade by the same studio (Hal Roach) in 1931 as 'Chickens Come Home', a 'three-reel' talkie. Oliver Hardy
(who had a bit part as a judge in this silent) took the featured part, which was originally played by James Finlayson
in this silent version. Finlayson is relegated to the small part of the butler in the remake. Stan Laurel
and Mae Busch
play the same parts in both films. See more
In several instances, Mrs. Tillsbury, refers to her husband, Titus, by the wrong name. After Titus has collapsed in his office, you don't have to be much of a lip-reader to see her exclaim "Jimmy!" referring to actor James Finlayson
by his real name, instead of his character name. See more
Mind if I smoke?
I don't care if you burn!
Remade as Over the Radio