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An ambitious coat-room checker impersonates an English nobleman.

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The Boy
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The Girl
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Her Mother
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Her Father (as James Kelly)
Vera White ...
The Society Pilot
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The 'Hard-Boiled Party'
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Rollin Aremz ...
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Olive Barker ...
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Hal Berg ...
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K. Bleus ...
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Sammy Brooks ...
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Bobby Brydon ...
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Jack Byron ...
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Joe Campbell ...
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Al Caukins ...
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Margaret Cleveland ...
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Barney Crozier ...
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Mary Culver ...
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Grace Darnell ...
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Olive Ellingwood ...
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W.H. Ely ...
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Hotel Flirt (uncredited)
Lillian Farrell ...
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Nell Foltz ...
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Carla Freege ...
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Jim Gether ...
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Louis Goldstone ...
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Minette Grosse ...
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Dorothy Hagan ...
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Adelaide Hallock ...
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Jules Hanft ...
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Jessie Heathman ...
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Jay Higgins ...
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Ray L. Holmes ...
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Slim Holmes ...
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Harry Howard ...
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Butler (uncredited)
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Horse Handler (uncredited)
Clo King ...
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Nellie Kushell ...
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Gaylord Lloyd ...
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Bert Maddox ...
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Jack McGinnis ...
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E.G. Miller ...
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Marie Mills ...
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Dorothy Morgan ...
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Dolly Mullen ...
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George Murphy ...
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Alice Nichols ...
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Richard Pannell ...
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Hazel Powell ...
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Gus Priddy ...
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James Richardson ...
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Bertha Roberts ...
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Betty Roddy ...
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Laura Roessing ...
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Jack Russell ...
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Lou Salter ...
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Alma Saunders ...
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Don Saunders ...
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Alma Schram ...
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Olaf Schuler ...
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Louis Shank ...
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Jerry Shelton ...
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Ida Shoemaker ...
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William Sidmore ...
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H.C. Simmons ...
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Jack Singleton ...
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Crete Sipple ...
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Bert Turner ...
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Anna Wilson ...
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Horse Handler (uncredited)

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Fred C. Newmeyer ... (as Fred Newmeyer)

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Hal Roach ... (story) (as Hal E. Roach) and
Sam Taylor ... (story)
 
H.M. Walker ... (titles)

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Suzanne Lloyd Hayes ... executive producer (as Suzanne Lloyd)
Hal Roach ... producer (uncredited)
Jeffrey Vance ... producer

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Robert Israel ... (2002)

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Walter Lundin ... (photographed by)

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Thomas J. Crizer ... (edited by) (as T.J. Crizer)

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Charles Bilkey ... second editor (uncredited)

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Robert Israel ... conductor (2002) / music arranger (2002)

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Hal Roach ... presents: through associated exhibitors
Adele Kaufman ... office staff (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Of the wealthy O'Brien family, Mrs. O'Brien likes to flaunt their wealth and social standing, whereas Mr. O'Brien and their young adult daughter just like having fun doing the simpler things in life that don't require a lot of money. Mrs. O'Brien is having her social pilot arrange a weekend fox hunt, at which Mrs. O'Brien insists that the pilot arrange for Lord Abernathy, a renowned outdoorsman from out of town who is staying at the Ritz-Waldorf Hotel, to attend. The pilot knows that Lord Abernathy's attendance is crucial for her own plans, while the pilot's accomplice knows that getting Lord Abernathy to attend would be difficult. The accomplice instead hires a Ritz-Waldorf coat check bellboy name O'Reilly, who has a knack for impersonating the rich and famous when he wears the garb, to pretend to be Lord Abernathy, they telling him the deception is all in fun. At the weekend gathering, O'Reilly is adept enough at spinning yarns of his supposed outdoor exploits, but it may be a different story when it comes right down to participating in the hunt itself. But O'Reilly may have bigger issues with which to deal when he learns of the pilot and her accomplice's true intentions to bilk the O'Briens out of their riches, which includes the accomplice marrying the daughter, the latter aspect which may be more troubling as O'Reilly is falling for the daughter himself. Written by Huggo

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Also Known As
  • La Chasse au renard (France)
  • Er auf Fuchsjagd (Germany)
  • High Society (Germany)
  • Seurapiirihai (Finland)
  • Ló-show (Hungary)
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Trivia Harold Lloyd married his co-star Mildred Davis on 10 February 1923. They remained married until her death on 18 August 1969. They had three children. See more »
Goofs When The Boy (Harold Lloyd) comes across a lad eating in a field during the fox hunt, the salt shaker and food the boy has changes hands between shots. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928). See more »
Quotes Her Father: Out o' my house - Y' parrot-headed dudes an' *dudeens*!
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