Laurel & Hardy: Below Zero
In a wintry setting, destitute but still cheery sidewalk musicians find a wallet in the snow. It belongs to a policeman, whom they unwittingly invite to dinner in gratitude for saving them from a desperate character. Daughter Lois Laurel remembers visiting the set, and tasting the “snow. ” She made a face. It was a combination of white cornflakes and Lux Soap shavings. Principal photography took place during February, when according to the pressbook it was “extremely hot. ” Between scenes, makeup people wiped perspiration from the faces of bundled up, suffering actors. Directed by James Parrott. With studio gag-writer Frank Holliday as the policeman.
Starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Bobby Burns
Director James Parrott