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Oliver's plans to marry his hefty sweetheart go awry when the girl's father gets a load of her intended groom. They then elope in a tiny car much too small for their combined dimensions, not to mention the accompanying Stan. They find a... See more »

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Ollie
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Father of the Bride (uncredited)
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Dulcy - the Bride (uncredited)
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Mrs. William Gladding (uncredited)
Charley Rogers ...
Finlayson's Butler (uncredited)
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William Gladding - Justice of the Peace (uncredited)

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James W. Horne

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H.M. Walker ... (dialogue)
 
Stan Laurel ... () (uncredited)

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Hal Roach ... producer (uncredited)

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Jack Stevens ... (photographed by)
Art Lloyd ... (uncredited)

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Richard C. Currier ... (edited by) (as Richard Currier)

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Elmer Raguse ... recording engineer

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David Sharpe ... stunt double: James Finlayson (uncredited)

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Marvin Hatley ... composer: theme music (uncredited)
Leroy Shield ... composer: stock music (uncredited)

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Hal Roach ... presenter
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Oliver's plans to marry his hefty sweetheart go awry when the girl's father gets a load of her intended groom. They then elope in a tiny car much too small for their combined dimensions, not to mention the accompanying Stan. They find a Justice of the Peace to perform he ceremony, but the official's cross-eyed condition results in unintended consequences. Written by Paul Penna

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Taglines Mr. Hardy was making big preparations to get married- Mr. Laurel was taking a bath too. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les 3 mariages (France)
  • Justes noces (France)
  • Les trois mariages de Laurel et Hardy (France)
  • Les trois mariages (France)
  • Verkehrt verheiratet - Unsere Hochzeit (Germany)
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Trivia When Ollie tells Stan about his plans to elope, he mentions it's "strictly on the qui vive." What he meant to say was "on the QT", which means to keep quiet. "Qui vive" is French for "on the lookout." See more »
Goofs When Dulcy's father (James Finlayson) is speaking with his daughter about her upcoming wedding plans (and learns, to his horror, that her intended is Ollie), the maid is seen standing in the background in Dulcy's room. However, when Fin exits the room in a rage and locks the door behind him, the maid and a butler are on the other side of the door in the hallway. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in The Flying Deuces (1939). See more »
Soundtracks Ku-Ku See more »
Quotes Mrs. Gladding: What do you want?
Stan: What do we want?
Ollie: We wanna get married.
Stan: Oh yeah, we wanna get married.
Ollie: Not we, us!
Stan: Not we. Us.
Mrs. Gladding: Well, how about it?
Stan: How about it?
Ollie: How about what?
Stan: How about what?
Mrs. Gladding: What are you talking about?
Stan: What are you talking about?
Ollie: Tell her we want to get married!
Stan: We want to get married.
Mrs. Gladding: Hey! There's a couple out here that wants to get married, Pa!
William Gladding, Justice of the Peace: Okay, I'll be right up!
Mrs. Gladding: He'll be right up.
Stan: Who?
Mrs. Gladding: The...
[punches Stan]
Mrs. Gladding: Who!
Ollie: Well how about it?
Stan: How about what?
Ollie: What did she say?
Stan: Who?
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