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Laughing Gravy (1931) was a Short Films - Comedy Film directed by James W. Horne and produced by Hal Roach.

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Stan: [Referring to Laughing Gravy] Watcha gonna do with him?
Landlord: You know my rules about dogs. I'm going to throw him out!
Ollie: On a night like this?

Ollie: Where are you going?
Stan: [emphatically] I'm gonna get my dog!

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"Laughing Gravy" was the actual name of the little dog. It made numerous appearances in Hal Roach productions.
This film, along with Be Big!, were simultaneously produced in Spanish language versions, and the two shorts were edited together into one continuous film Los calaveras. Laurel and Hardy read their lines from cue cards on which Spanish was written phonetically. At the time of early talkies, dubbing was not yet perfected. The same was done for a French language version, Les carottiers.
Laurel & Hardy liked the "animal in the boardinghouse" plot. They used it prior to this movie with a goat in Angora Love and would repeat it with a gorilla in The Chimp. Many of the gags in this movie, including the bathing scene, originated in "Angora Love".
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Also directed by James W. Horne

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Also produced by Hal Roach

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Also released in 1931

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