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Yes, Yes, Nanette (1925)

 -  Family | Short | Comedy  -  19 July 1925 (USA)
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Nanette sends a letter to her family telling of her new husband, Hillory. When Hillory arrives to meet the family, he gets insulted by each member, including the dog, and loses his wig. ... See full summary »

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James Finlayson ...
Hillory, the new husband (as Jimmie Finlayson)
Grant Gorman ...
Sonny
Jack Gavin ...
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Sally O'Neil ...
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Lyle Tayo ...
Nanette
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Her former sweetheart (as Babe Hardy)
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Nanette sends a letter to her family telling of her new husband, Hillory. When Hillory arrives to meet the family, he gets insulted by each member, including the dog, and loses his wig. After having dinner with the family, Nanette's former lover returns, and Hillory must confront him. Written by Paul L

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Ja, Ja, Nanette  »

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The title is a spoof of the name of a hugely successful Broadway musical from 1925, "No, No, Nanette". See more »

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Hilarious! I Thought That This Was Really Hysterical!
24 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had no idea that this even existed until I found this on a video compilation of Laurel and Hardy shorts. In my opinion, this is another really noteworthy directorial effort from Stan Laurel! Oliver Hardy has a really hysterical appearance in this short, and I also thought that James Finlayson was really great in this one! My overall opinion on this short is that I thought it was hilarious, I thought that this was really hysterical and very fun to watch and enjoy! I remember that I was laughing my head off when I first saw this short, well mainly because I love short films from the silent era as well as a lot of talkie short films!

Stan Laurel is really great at directing this one, he was great at both directing and acting in my opinion! Well it seems only natural that I would really love Stan Laurel because I always thought that he was hysterical and lovable! I don't really know where I would be without Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, because like some others like Abbott and Costello and the Three Stooges, I really love them!

Watch this, because you are going to laugh yourself silly, you are going to think that this is absolutely funny and hysterical, if you haven't seen this yet, then you should see it, because this is something that you are never going to forget!

10/10


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