On the Loose (1931 film)
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|On the Loose|
|Directed by||Hal Roach|
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Written by||H. M. Walker|
Stan Laurel (cameo)
Oliver Hardy (cameo)
|Music by||Leroy Shield|
On the Loose is a 1931 comedy film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, produced and directed by Hal Roach, and starring ZaSu Pitts and Thelma Todd. The short film features a cameo appearance by Laurel and Hardy.
ZaSu and Thelma are two young women at home complaining about all of the dates they have been on. In every case they have been taken to Coney Island. The next day they are walking in the street when a car goes by and they are splashed with mud and water. The driver stops and offers to buy them some new clothes. They accept the offer and later agree to go on a date. The date happens to be at Coney Island once again. The date doesn't go very well and they are glad to go home.
Laurel and Hardy cameo
At the end of the film there is a knock at the girls door. Stan and Ollie appear and ask if the girls want to go on a date to Coney Island. The girls start throwing ornaments at Stan and Oliver who beat a hasty retreat. Laurel and Hardy are on screen for 41 seconds.
- ZaSu Pitts as ZaSu
- Thelma Todd as Thelma
- John Loder as Mr. Loder
- Claud Allister as Mr. Loder's friend
- Billy Gilbert as Pierre, the dressmaker
- Otto Fries (uncredited) as the belligerent bully
- Stan Laurel (uncredited) as Stan
- Oliver Hardy (uncredited) as Ollie
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