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    Should Married Men Go Home? (MGM, 1928). Lobby Card (11" X 14").
    The trouble begins the moment Stan Laurel arrives at the Hardy household to pick up Oliver Hardy for a golf outing. After dealing with the infuriated missus, and picking up a couple of young ladies who believe the boys are bankers, the laughs only get bigger as they stumble their way through a golf round, while antagonizing another golfer--Edgar Kennedy. That's Kennedy who is about to bash ball filcher Stan in this fun golfing lobby card. Two of Hal Roach's most vivacious regulars flank Laurel and Hardy, Viola Richard (on the left), and Edna Marion (on the far right). Great border shot from the film's hilarious climax, with The Boys encrusted in mud. There is one pinhole in the left corner, spots in the borders, and a light crease in the bottom border. Very Fine.


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