The Bohemian Girl | Chicago Reader

The Bohemian Girl

Laurel and Hardy, in their prime, play a couple of Gypsies who inadvertently inherit a little girl (Darla Hood of the Our Gang comedies) kidnapped from a Bohemian count. Like Babes in Toyland, made two years earlier, this 1936 feature was adapted from an operetta and includes some rather trying musical interludes, but the comic sequences are first-rate, particularly Ollie's initiation as a pickpocket and Stan's bumbling attempt to bottle a vat of wine. James Horne and Charles R. Rogers directed; with Mae Busch, James Finlayson, and, in her final screen appearance, the gifted comedienne Thelma Todd, whose death by carbon monoxide poisoning became a legendary Hollywood mystery. 70 min.

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