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Although no print of this film is known to exist, the complete 90-minute soundtrack does. MGM transferred early sound discs to tape and approximately half of this material was released on LP in the early 1980s - on an obscure label. This included parts of the dialogue but was mainly the musical numbers. This is the only Laurel and Hardy "feature" film no longer available. Please check your attic.
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A brief Technicolor clip in poor quality survives of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy involved with a bear in a cave.
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This is the film that contains the infamous scene where Lawrence Tibbett sings while he is tied between two posts and whipped.
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This title was originally one of over 700 features included in the MGM feature film package which was initially sold to local television stations in 1956; however, there is no record of the film ever actually having been shown, and later editions of the TV Key Book list it as "Withdrawn by MGM-TV; Bad Negative"; the same situation applies to Caught Short (1930).
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Just prior to release, scenes with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were filmed interspersed throughout the film to increase box-office appeal.
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Film debut of Metropolitan Opera baritone Lawrence Tibbett.
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Is on AFI's "Lost Films" list.
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The film premiere took place at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Friday 17th January 1930.
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" The Rogue Song " was the seventh most popular movie at the U.S. box office for 1930.
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