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The Devil's Brother (1933) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Hal Roach and Charley Rogers and produced by Hal Roach.

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Ollio: I'm not afraid of poverty.
Stanlio: But I am.

Ollio: [seeing Stanlio drunk] You're spiffed!

Stanlio: [to a Guard] Leave us alone, or I'l tell Diavalo on you.
Ollio: He doesn't mean Diavalo, sir; he means the Marquis de San Marco.
[realizes he's made the connection between the two]
Ollio: Oooooohhhhh.

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In this movie, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are named respectively "Stanlio" and "Ollio". These are the names by which they are still known in Italy.
"Fra Diavolo" represented a dream project for Hal Roach, who had seen the play as a boy. The fact that the play's rights were in public domain was an added incentive to the producer.
This was Laurel & Hardy's first comic-opera film. The movie's success led to another L&H operetta film, The Bohemian Girl.
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