The Hoose-Gow

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Released 1929

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Director:
James Parrott
Released:
1929
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This is the misadventures of innocents at a prison camp. An early talkie that emphasized slapstick, it was shot on location at the studio's Arnaz Ranch. Hardy was scarred during shooting when Laurel accidentally nicked him in the rear end with a real pick ax. Directed by James Parrott. With James Finlayson and Tiny Sandford.
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    abstinence