Perfect Day is a 1929 short comedy film starring Laurel and Hardy. The story involves the difficulties Laurel and Hardy, their wives, and their Uncle Edgar have in trying to go out for a picnic on a Sunday. Script written around late May, 1929. Filmed circa June 1–8, 1929. Released August 10, 1929. Copyrighted by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, August 13, 1929. Present prints of Perfect Day derive from the 1937 reissue of the film. For this reissue, background musical scoring was added to the soundtrack by film editor William Ziegler; originally the film had no music other than over the main titles....
|Release date:||August 10, 1929|
|Directed by:||James Parrott|
|Editor:||Richard C. Currier|
|Music by:||S. Williams, Leroy Shield, William Axt|
|Cinematography:||Art Lloyd, George Stevens|
|Screenplay by:||Leo McCarey, Hal Roach, H. M. Walker|