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Wild Poses

Sound Short - Released 28 October 1933

An Our Gang comedy where at the beginning of the film, a salesman is seen soliciting Otto Phocus' services throughout a residential neighborhood. At one home, he tells a housewife that she has "two of the most photogenic children" he has ever seen. The camera cuts to reveal the womans two children, portrayed in a brief cameo by Laurel and Hardy, dressed in baby clothes and using giant sets from their 1930 short Brats. Laurel and Hardy briefly fight over a baby bottle, until Laurel eye-pokes Hardy and emerges victorious as the scene transitions to set the main plot in motion. In the main the film is taken up by Spanky's parents take their reluctant boy to get his portrait taken by a prissy photographer.

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