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The Hoose-Gow (1929) Poster

(1929)

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Oliver Hardy was injured during the filming of the scene in which Stan Laurel keeps nicking him with a pickaxe. A rubber pickaxe was originally to have been used for the scene, but it was decided that it looked too fake, in action, so a real one was substituted. Hardy moved a little too close to Laurel during the latter's backswing and received a very real cut from the pickaxe on his rear.
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This is one of the few Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy films shot almost entirely outdoors, with very little studio work.
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Ham Kinsey, who played a prisoner, later became Stan Laurel's stand-in. Baldwin Cooke, another prisoner here, and his wife Alice played in a three-act with Stan in England.
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