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    Should Married Men Go Home? (MGM, 1928). Lobby Card (10.75" X 14"). Even as simple an activity as golfing devolves into hysterics when Stan Laurel an Oliver Hardy enter the picture. Turned out from their homes for the day, the pair hit the golf course and flirt with a few cuties, before ending up in a mud fight with other golfers. Inspired by Hardy's real-life love of golf, this was the first film released under the duo's own series, as opposed to the "All-Star" banner under which previous films had been released. This exceptional lobby card, showing Laurel and Hardy out on the links as 8' 9" actor John Aasen lines up his shot, has creasing in the bottom corners, light foxing in the bottom border, and tears in the top and right borders repaired with tape on the reverse. Additionally, the top border has been trimmed by a quarter of an inch. It is a great card from an early point in the career of one of history's leading comedy teams. Fine-.

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