Stan and Ollie take a trip into the mountains ('the high multitude') so that Ollie can recover from gout. Bootleggers have dumped their moonshine in the well from which the boys sample ...
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Stan and Ollie take a trip into the mountains ('the high multitude') so that Ollie can recover from gout. Bootleggers have dumped their moonshine in the well from which the boys sample their 'healthy' mountain water. Mr Hall, who has left his wife with the boys while he refuels his car is not amused at his wife's condition when he returns.Written by
Stephen Harrison <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When Ollie and Stan park their trailer in the hills and decide to have beans and coffee for dinner, Ollie sets up a table and spreads a tablecloth. The cloth is checkered with a wide lighter-colored stripe on two edges. Ollie spreads the cloth with the lighter-colored edges on the end of the table toward the camera. Once their lady visitor arrives, the stripes at the ends of the table aren't seen any more, only the checkered pattern. See more »
[They have arrived at a clearing up in the mountains]
Isn't this ideal?
It sure is. One month up here and we wouldn't know each other. We've got a well and water and lots of it and everything.
Go in and ask the folks if they mind if we park here.
[Stan goes up to the door, knocks on it, it opens and the building is empty]
Not now but there was a minute ago.
Who was it?
It was me. You see I was knocking on the door and...
Nevermind the details. C'mon let's get some food, I'm famished. "I was...
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