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A Chump at Oxford (1940) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Alfred J. Goulding and produced by Hal Roach and Hal Roach Jr..

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A Chump at Oxford (1940)

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Anita Garvin's final film with Laurel & Hardy. She came out of retirement as a favor to Stan Laurel, playing basically the same role she had played in Laurel & Hardy's silent film From Soup to Nuts, whose title is a line of Ollie's dialogue in this movie.
This film was originally in four reels, a "streamliner" designed to compete with theaters' new double feature concept. Roach produced only a few of these hybrids, and added the dinner party sequence later to bring it up to six reels.
In the movie's final scenes, Stan Laurel played a snob named Lord Paddington, the only instance after 1927 in which Stan Laurel played a role not related to his Stanley character.
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