Laurel & Hardy - You're Darn Tootin'/ Below Zero/ Wrong Again
Three Laurel and Hardy shorts. Their famous silent classic 'You're Darn Tootin' finds the hapless duo resorting to busking after being dismissed from both their band and lodgings. They also play street musicians in 'Below Zero', this time caught in a vicious blizzard, whilst 'Wrong Again' revolves around a bizarre mix-up involving a horse and a painting.
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However, the police discovered the real Blue Boy before the horse came to the mansion, and deliver it to the mansion after the horse has finally been put on top of the piano. The millionaire's mother has also arrived with the police, and is shocked and flabbergasted to see the horse emerge from behind the curtain. Furious, the owner takes off after Stan, Ollie, and the horse, but ends up shooting a policeman instead. There are a number of funny gags and titlecards, and though I wouldn't consider this one of their strongest or funniest, I would say it's one of their strongest second-tier silents.
Trouble is the Blue Boy they recover is not a painting, but a horse. And there is pure comic madness when they try to return
Blue Boy to the rightful owner.