In case you've never seen it, here's this wonderful Pathe' comedy that not only mimics the Hal Roach Tit for Tat style, but perhaps takes it a step or two further. Released January 28, 1931, directed by the underrated Harry Sweet, and starring Edgar Kennedy, a hung-over Arthur Housman, Pert Kelton, Mabel Forrest, and Franklin Pangborn and Georgie Billings:
RICHARD M ROBERTS
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Just watched this - hilarious. Thanks for pointing us to it…I've always liked Edgar Kennedy and it's good to see Arthur Housman too, as I think he doesn't get the recognition he deserves.
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