Opening credits to George Stevens' The More The Merrier, 1943, are followed by a sardonic commentary about Washington D.C. and a first appearance by co-star Charles Coburn.
In Switzerland, thinking they can sell their mousetraps because there's so much cheese, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, oddly in verse, get swindled by cheese-maker Emil (Charles Judels), early in Swiss Miss, 1938.
Stan Laurel, who, with pal Oliver Hardy, is down on his luck, forced into manual labor at a Swiss inn, figures he might get an angle on the brandy belonging to the rescue St. Bernard, in Swiss Miss, 1938.
James Parrott, who directed Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in their previous piano-moving short (The Music Box, 1932), was a writer for this feature Swiss Miss 1938, including this comparable episode.
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