Wrong Again (1929)




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In this film, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy work as stable-hands for a racehorse named "Blue Boy." They overhear two men talking about the stolen "Blue Boy." There is a $5,000 reward for its return, but the boys don't know that the men are talking about a famous painting.


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It's not every day that you see a horse stand on top of a piano. This silent short has a good premise: Stan and Ollie hear of a reward offered for the stolen "Blue Boy," but don't realize it's a famous painting. Instead, they try to return a horse named Blue Boy to the painting's wealthy owner. The man is upstairs when they arrive and doesn't realize their mistake, so he casually yells that the boys should bring "Blue Boy" inside. The predictable mayhem results. There's a cute running joke about a broken statue, but the pace bogs down with an overused sight gag about the horse knocking the boys' hats off their heads.

Eric Broome
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