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Should Men Walk Home?
(1927) American
B&W : [?] Two reels?
Directed by Leo McCarey

Cast: Mabel Normand [the girl bandit], Creighton Hale [the gentleman crook], Eugene Pallette [the detective, Intelligence Bureau], Oliver Hardy [the party guest at the punch bowl], Edgar Dearing [the motorcycle cop], Fay Holderness [the nurse], Blanche Payson [a party guest], Clara Guiol, L.J. O’Connor, Gloria Lee [Normand’s double]

Hal Roach Studios, Incorporated, production; distributed by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated. / Produced by Hal Roach. Scenario by Alf Goulding (Alfred J. Goulding), [?] from a screen story by Albert Austin? Supervising producer, F. Richard Jones. Costume design by Will Lambert. Assistant directors, Joe Barry and Lloyd French. Cinematography by Floyd Jackman. Intertitles by H.M. Walker. / © 14 January 1927 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated. Released 30 January 1927. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / Normand’s final film, but penultimate release before the delayed One Hour Married (1927). / Silent film.

Comedy.

Survival status: Print exists.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Listing updated: 21 June 2008.

References: Fussell-Normand p. 268 : Website-IMDb.

 
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