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In the dead of night, a terrible toothache wakes up poor Stan, and after a series of home-made remedies, Ollie takes him to the dentist. There, ample amounts of laughing gas lead to the... See more »

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Stan
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Ollie
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The Landlord
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Cop
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Dentist's Nurse (uncredited)
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Dental Patient (uncredited)
Otto Fries ...
Burly Dentist (uncredited)
Al Hallett ...
Dental Patient (uncredited)
Jack Hill ...
Irate Motorist (uncredited)
Jack Lloyd ...
Dentist (uncredited)
Sam Lufkin ...
Dental Patient (uncredited)
Viola Richard ...
Dentist's Nurse (uncredited)
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Dental Patient (uncredited)

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Clyde Bruckman
Leo McCarey ... (supervising director)

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Reed Heustis ... (titles)
 
Hal Roach ... (story)

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Hal Roach ... producer

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George Stevens

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Richard C. Currier ... (as Richard Currier)

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Leo McCarey ... production supervisor

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Plot Summary

Leaving the dentist's office, where Hardy's teeth have been extracted by mistake, the boys, still under the influence of laughing gas, meet up with a traffic cop (Kennedy) and cause a huge traffic jam. Written by Herman Seifer

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Also Known As
  • Lattergas (Denmark)
  • Αέριο Γέλιου (Greece)
  • Пускай смеются (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Aerio Geliou (Greece)
  • Mal di denti (Italy)
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  • 22 min
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Trivia First use of the boys' famous Laughing Routine, in which minor chuckles explode into gales of laughter. They would use variations on this routine most notably in Blotto and Fra Diavalo. See more »
Goofs Stan an Ollie are in bed with Stan suffering from toothache. Ollie fills a hot water bottle and places it on the pillow for Stan to put his head on it. The stopper comes out of the bottle and soaks the bed which wakes Ollie up. He picks up the limp bottle and throws it on the floor. A while later he gets out of bed and steps on the bottle and water shoots up his leg. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Laurel and Hardy's Laughing 20's (1965). See more »

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