Stanley and Oliver sneak out for a night on the town, unaware that Mrs. Laurel has substituted her grocery coupons for Stanley's secret stash of mad money. Of course, this results in dire consequences when the boys run up a huge tab treating a couple of girls to dinner at a snazzy nightclub. Written by
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Did You Know?
The troupe of midgets hired for a deleted scene in the film came from the Al G. Barnes Circus, which was wintering in Los Angeles, at the time. They were paid $50 a day. See more
Dedicated to husbands who "hold out" part of their pay envelope on their wives - And live to tell about it...
Ain't She Sweet
Music by Milton Ager
Instrumental version in restoration background music See more