Yes, Yes, Nanette
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|Yes, Yes, Nanette|
|Directed by||Stan Laurel
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Written by||Carl Harbaugh|
Yes, Yes, Nanette is a 1925 American silent film comedy starring James Finlayson. It also features Oliver Hardy and was co-directed by Stan Laurel. The title is a reference to the contemporary musical comedy No, No, Nanette.
- James Finlayson as Hillory, the new husband (as Jimmie Finlayson)
- Jack Gavin as Father of Ten Children
- Grant Gorman as Sonny
- Sue O'Neill as Daughter
- Lyle Tayo as The Bride
- Oliver Hardy as Her former sweetheart (as "Babe" Hardy)
- Pete the Pup
- "Short Subjects and Serials". Motion Picture News (Jul-Aug 1925): 320. 18 Jul 1925. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
- "Feature Release Chart". Motion Picture News (Jul-Aug 1925): 976. 22 Aug 1925. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
- "Progressive Silent Film List: Yes, Yes, Nanette". Silent Era. Retrieved August 27, 2008.
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