Also known as Enough to Do in the United Kingdom
B&W : Short film
Directed by Stan Laurel
Cast: Clyde Cook [the camp cook], Adolph Millar (Adolph Milar) [the hermit], Sue ‘Bugs’ O’Neil (Sue O’Neill) [Susie, the hermit’s daughter], Tyler Brooke [Onion, her sweetheart]; Babe Hardy (Oliver Hardy) [the camp foreman], Sammy Brooks [construction worker], William Gillespie, Jules Mendel
Hal Roach Studios, Incorporated, production; distributed by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [Pathécomedy]. / Scenario by Edward Dillon, Carl Harbaugh, Stan Laurel, George O’Neill, James Parrott and Hal Yates. Supervising director, F. Richard Jones. Assistant directors, Clarence Hennecke, William Joy and Clarence Morehouse. Photography (cinematography) by Frank Young + [Glen Carrier and Len Powers]. Titles (intertitles) by H.M. Walker. Edited by Richard Currier. Presented by Hal Roach. / Released 21 February 1926. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format.
Survival status: Print exists [16mm reduction positive].
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Keywords: Animals: Bears (Cubs), Dogs, Rabbits, Skunks - Cabins - Cliffs - Cooks - Fields - Fish: Fishing, Tackle - Flowers - Flypaper - Handwriting - Hermits - Hunting - Kitchens: Dishes, Ovens, Stoves - Menus - Transportation: Trains - Water - Weapons: Guns (Shotguns) - Windows
Listing updated: 14 January 2007.
References: Film credits, film viewing : Kerr-Silent p. 109; Skretvedt-LaurelHardy pp. 44, 71 : Website-IMDb.
Home video: DVD.