Pack Up Your Troubles (1932 film)

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Pack Up Your Troubles is a 1932 film about two World War I veterans who try help a comrade's orphaned daughter.

Directed by George Marshall. Written by H. M. Walker.
April 1917 -- when the scratch of a pen on Capitol Hill caused crowns to rattle.  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Oliver: Well, looks like we're in it. Gee, I wish I could go.
Stan: Go where?
Oliver: Why to war!
Stan: Why can't ya go?
Oliver: There you are, I knew you'd take that selfish attitude. I'd go in a minute if it wasn't for my flat feet!

Oliver: Why didn't you tell me it was you?
Stan: It was so dark, I didn't think you would hear me.

Taglines[edit]

  • April 1917—when the scratch of a pen on Capitol Hill caused crowns to rattle.
  • STAN LAUREL - OLIVER HARDY open up their grandest bag of laughs!
  • LAUGHS? EVEN THE CAST HAD TO HOWL

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