Leon, no model husband to begin with, keeps getting blamed by his wife for escapades involving his twin brother, and she seeks a divorce. Leon, as usual, does nothing to help his own cause.

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Leon Errol / Richard Errol
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Marian Carr ...
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When Leon tells his wife Dorothy that he has to go out of town on business, Dorothy's friend warns her that Leon seems to be away a lot of the time. Dorothy thus decides to go to the beauty parlor to get a new look. Meanwhile, at the airport Leon sees his twin brother Richard, who has just arrived in town. While Leon is out of town, Dorothy and Richard run into each other. By the time that Leon gets back from his trip, he finds himself in the middle of a series of misunderstandings. Written by Snow Leopard

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10 May 1946 (USA)  »

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This short is included as an extra on the VCI Home Studio edition DVD of And Then There Were None (1945). See more »

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Pretty Good Short Comedy
9 September 2004 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

This Leon Errol short comedy gets pretty good mileage out of the basic idea of "Twin Husbands". It's among the better of Errol's many two-reelers, building on the setup with a good variety of material, and keeping things moving all of the time. Errol and Dorothy Granger carry almost the whole story, as the supporting cast has very limited screen time.

The story starts Leon leaving on a business trip as his brother is just arriving in town, and from there it builds up a series of comedic coincidences. Most of it is implausible, but amusing, and it is carried off rather well in general. Errol's reactions and expressions combine well with Granger's exaggerated outrage, and as a team they keep the story on track and keep you laughing.


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