Lazy Days (1929) Movie Details

Lazy Days
English
Allen 'Farina' Hoskins , Junior Allen & more
Robert F. McGowan
Elmer Raguse
Hal Roach Studios
(India)
0 hr 20 mins
4.7/10
Rating: 4.7/10 from 199 users

Lazy Days Movie Cast

Junior Allen
Junior Allen as Thermos/Junior, Farina's brother
Norman Chaney
as Chubby
Joe Cobb
as Joe
Jean Darling
as Jean
Jannie Hoskins
as Trellis, Farina's girlfriend
Mary Ann Jackson
as Mary Ann
Harry Spear
as Harry
Bobby Burns
as Baby
Pete the Pup
Pete the Pup as Himself

Lazy Days Crew List

Director :
Story : Robert A. McGowan
Producer : Robert F. McGowan , Hal Roach
Cinematography : F.E. Hershey , Art Lloyd
Editor : Richard C. Currier
Sound Engineer : Elmer Raguse
Director of Photography : Art Lloyd , F.E. Hershey

Lazy Days International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
24-08-1929
India
24-08-1929

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A lethargic Farina lounges about, waited upon by his girlfriend Trellis and half-minding his baby brother. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang are preparing their younger brothers and sisters for entry in a baby contest - including Joe's unsubtle attempt to pass off eleven-year-old Chubby as an infant. When Farina learns about the contest, he slowly begins bathing and dressing his younger brother, only to learn from Joe on the way to the contest that whole thing was actually over a month ago.

Lazy Days

Lazy Days is a 1929 English Film stars Allen 'Farina' Hoskins , Robert F. McGowan , Robert A. McGowan , Robert F. McGowan , Hal Roach , F.E. Hershey , Art Lloyd , Richard C. Currier , Elmer Raguse , Junior Allen , Norman Chaney , Joe Cobb , Jean Darling , Jannie Hoskins , Bobby 'Wheezer' Hutchins , Mary Ann Jackson , Harry Spear , Bobby Burns , Pete the Pup , Art Lloyd , F.E. Hershey , directed by Robert F. McGowan & music by Elmer Raguse.