Information for Brats

FILM DETAILS
Laurel and Hardy Series / Two reels / Sound / Released March 22, 1930, by M-G-M / Produced by Hal Roach / Directed by James Parrott / Photographed by George Stevens / Edited by Richard Currier / Dialogue by H.M. Walker / Titles edited by Nat Hoffberg / Story by Leo McCarey and Hal E. Roach / Sound by Elmer R. Raguse / Compositions used in incIdental music scoring on the original track (most surviving prints carry the reissue background music) by Leslie-Donaldson-Skinner; Rayaf-Waller-Sisson; Mary Litt; Hackforth; Selver-Mltchell-Pollack; and Marvin Hatley.

CAST
Stan Laurel Himself / His son Stan Laurel / Oliver Hardy Himself / His son Oliver Hardy.

OPENING TITLE
"Mr. Laurel and Mr. Hardy remained at home to take care of the children Their wives had gone out to target practice."
Mr. Laurel and Mr. Hardy are playing checkers, and Mr. Laurel is doing an undue amount of checking.

POINTS OF INTEREST
At least three foreign-language versions were made: Gluckliche Kindheit [German], Les bons petits diables [French], and Spanish.