Episode Nineteen sees the welcome return of special guest Glenn Mitchell. In the programme Patrick and Glenn discuss the first release from the officially designated ‘Laurel & Hardy’ series, 1928’s Should Married Men Go Home?
Patrick explores Babe Hardy’s obsession with golf and also the golfing culture prevalent at the Hal Roach Studios. In addition, Glenn takes an in-depth look at one of Stan and Babe’s co-stars making her final appearance with the boys, Edna Marian.
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To watch the unedited version of George Mann’s home video – On Location With Laurel & Hardy – March 1928, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXXZ63ZXY-w
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