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|Directed by||Lewis R. Foster|
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Written by||Leo McCarey (story) |
H.M. Walker (titles)
|Starring||Stan Laurel |
|Edited by||Richard C. Currier|
|December 14, 1929|
English (original intertitles)
A stray goat wanders away from a pet store and attaches itself to Laurel and Hardy after they kindly feed her doughnuts. The goat follows them everywhere. They are forced to bring it into their apartment and are not particularly effective at hiding it from their suspicious and outraged landlord. The comedy culminates with a hilarious water fight involving Stan and Ollie, the landlord, a fellow tenant, and a policeman.
This was Laurel and Hardy's final silent film. It was released late in 1929 when most Hollywood studios had fully converted to sound productions.
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