Lucky Dog

1921

Jess Robbins
Director
Sun-Lite Pictures
Production Company

Stan is thrown out into the street (literally) by his landlady after he cannot pay his rent, where he ends up being robbed by a villain (Hardy). Along the way he befriends a dog who will not leave him alone. He later ends up at a dog exhibition and goes home with the owner of a poodle.

Black & white silent short film which is famous for being the first time Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy appeared in the same movie. As a bonus, they appear together in the same scene when Hardy lattempts to rob Laurel at gunpoint.
There is some dispute over the year of production. depending on which source you believe it was anywhere between 1917-1921.

The uncut version runs for 24 minutes.



1st October 1921
Cinema


22 mins
1.33:1


19th June 2003
DVD



20 mins
1.33:1



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Stan Laurel
Man with Dog
Oliver Hardy
Count De Chease of Switzerland
Florence Gillet
Poodle Owner
Jack Lloyd
Boyfriend
Unknown
Landlady
Unknown
Exhibition Man
Unknown
Conductor
Unknown
Home Owner
Unknown
Hold-up Man
Unknown
Cop
Unknown
Cafe Owner
Unknown
Second Cop
Unknown
Butler

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