Brats is a 1930 Laurel and Hardy comedy short. The film was directed by James Parrott. Laurel and Hardy play dual roles as their own children.
Brats was one of four Laurel and Hardy sound shorts reissued in 1937 with new background music scores by Leroy Shield. The others were Blotto, County Hospital and Perfect Day.
PlotLaurel and Hardy are spending a night in with the kids. The fathers are playing checkers and snooker, but are constantly distracted by their own incompetence and by their children, constantly bullying each other and trying to stay up late.
Stan Jr.: But Oliver won't let me play with my blocks! Ollie: (To Ollie Jr.) Will you leave Stanley alone, and play quietly?
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