Sons of the Desert

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Sons of the Desert is a 1933 film about two men who go to a lodge convention while avoiding their wives.

Directed by William A. Seiter. Written by Frank Craven.
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Oliver: Why didn't you want to take the oath?
Stan: I was afraid.
Oliver: Of what?
Stan: I was afraid that if I took the oath, that my wife wouldn't let me go. And the Exhausted Ruler said that if... you took an oath, it would have to be broken for... generations and... centuries of... hundreds of years and my wife would let...
Oliver: Do you have to ask your wife everything?
Stan: Well if I didn't ask her, I wouldn't know what she wanted me to do.
Oliver: I never realized that such a deplorable condition existed in your home. (beat) Why don't you pattern your life after mine? I go places and do things and *then* tell my wife. Every man should be the king in his own castle!

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