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Laurel & Hardy: Night Owls

Laurel & Hardy: Night Owls

  • Lawrance M. Bernabo posted: 23 Oct at 8:05 pm

    At first it just seems like cop Edgar Kennedy will not let Laurel & Hardy sleep on a park bench. But Kennedy has a better idea. It seems there have been a rash of robberies in his neighborhood and his chief is not happy with him. So Kennedy hires the boys to break into his chief’s house so he can chase them away. Of course, even fake crime does not pay as all three find out in the end. This 1930 two-reeler directed by James Parrott from a story by Leo McCarey might be twice as funny if it was half as long. The routines, such as breaking into the house, go on for too long. “Night Owls” is okay, but we have seen much better from Laurel & Hardy.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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