Nuts in May (film)
|Nuts in May|
|Directed by||Robin Williamson|
|Produced by||Isadore Bernstein|
|Cinematography||Harry M. Fowler|
Stan plays a resident of "Home for the Weak-Minded", apparently a lunatic asylum. Stan's particular delusion is that he thinks he's Napoleon. Stan walks the grounds of the cuckoo-hatch sticking his right hand into his shirt and wearing a Napoleon hat. He thinks he's Napoleon, but he gives the salute of the British army.
Stan has his own personal keeper in the asylum: a taller moustached man who wears a kepi so that Stan will think he's a French officer.
Stan gets out and finds some local boys, who eagerly join him in playing soldier. Stan's kepi-wearing keeper pursues him through the film. Stan hijacks a steamroller, and Stan nearly runs down some workers in a road crew.
The surviving footage consists of Stan in various scrapes with a steamroller, ending with him in a straw boater being dragged off to the asylum.
Cast and crew
- Stan Laurel filmography
- List of incomplete or partially lost films
- Mixed Nuts (1922) film using footage from Nuts in May
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