|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Preceded by||Chickens Come Home|
|Followed by||Our Wife|
On a snowy winter's night, Laurel and Hardy try and keep their pet dog 'Laughing Gravy' hidden from their landlord, mostly without success. The landlord eventually orders them to leave, but fate takes a hand.
The film is a remake of Laurel and Hardy's final silent film Angora Love, made in 1929. Charlie Hall played a tenant in the original; he reverts to the landlord in the remake.
The Chimp, released the following year, is also a partial remake.
The film has 3 versions. A 2 reel black-and-white version lasting approximately 20 minutes, a 3 reel black and white version lasting approximately 30 minutes and the 3 reel version has been colourised.
In the 3 reel version Stan receives a telegram just before they are evicted which says he is to inherit a vast fortune, but only if he leaves Ollie behind forever. This version was rediscovered in 1985.