Another Fine Mess is a 1930 short comedy film starring Laurel and Hardy. It is based on the 1908 play Home From The Honeymoon by Arthur J. Jefferson, Stan Laurel's father, and is a talkie remake of the 1927 silent Laurel and Hardy film Duck Soup. The title of the movie is Hardy's famous catchphrase "Another fine mess". However, in films Hardy always said "another nice mess". The only known occasion when "another fine mess" was apparently said by Ollie was in a radio programme in which the team appeared in the 1940s. This is also the second film to feature the line "Here's another nice mess...
|Release date:||November 29, 1930|
|Directed by:||James Parrott|
|Editor:||Richard C. Currier|
|Music by:||Leroy Shield|
|Screenplay by:||H. M. Walker, Arthur J. Jefferson|