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Inexperienced waiters (Laurel & Hardy) are hired for a swank dinner party.

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Mr. Laurel
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Mr. Hardy
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Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Buddy the Dog ...
Dog (uncredited)
Otto Fries ...
Chef (uncredited)
Anita Garvin ...
Mrs. Culpepper (uncredited)
Sam Lufkin ...
Dinner Guest (uncredited)
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Maid (uncredited)
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Dinner Guest (uncredited)
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Mr. Culpepper (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer ...
Dinner Guest (uncredited)

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Edgar Kennedy
Leo McCarey ... (supervising director)

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H.M. Walker ... (titles)
 
Leo McCarey ... (writer) (uncredited)

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Hal Roach ... producer

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Len Powers

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Richard C. Currier ... (as Richard Currier)
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Intent on dazzling the high-society, the nouveau-riche, Mrs Culpepper, decides to throw a smart dinner party--and of all people--Stan and Ollie are her not-so-competent waiters. The boys claim to have experience in waiting; however, are they good enough to serve the madame's hand-picked guests? Are they even capable of serving a simple salad? And what about the pièce de résistance--a magnificently enormous fluffy cake? Written by Nick Riganas

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Also Known As
  • Let George Do It (United States)
  • De la soupe populaire au caviar (France)
  • Von der Suppe zum Dessert (Germany)
  • Pranzo di gala (Italy)
  • Elejétől a végéig (Hungary)
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Trivia This entire movie was re-worked into a smaller timescale eleven years later in the first part of A Chump at Oxford (1939), with Stan & Ollie posing as maid & butler. Also, Anita Garvin re-prised her role in that movie as the host, and adopted the name "Mrs. Vandervere" as her character name. This is the real-life name of one of the party guests seen in THIS movie. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Laurel and Hardy's Laughing 20's (1965). See more »

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