The description from youtube:
Published on Jul 29, 2012
Also included in the clip are:
John Aasen (Tall golfer) -- http://johanaasen.com/
Edgar Kennedy (Golfer with toupee) -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Kennedy
Edna Marion (Blond golf partner) -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edna_Marion
Viola Richard (Brunette golf partner) -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viola_Richard
Charley Chase -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charley_Chase
Roy Randolph. George was a pupil of Roy Randolph, who owned Randolph's La Monica Dance School in Santa Monica, California, probably around 1925. It's likely that it was Randolph who provided access for George to the making of "Should Married Men Go Home?"-- http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0709932/
There's more about Barto and Mann here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barto_and_Mann
George Mann's photography here: http://www.thegeorgemannarchive.com/
And later in life here: http://onbunkerhill.org/georgemann
0:00 - 0:09 Unknown female #1 with scarf; Roy Randolph; unknown female #2 in plaid dress.
0:10 - 0:23 Dorothy Coburn (?) (muddy combatant) in hat; Roy Randolph; unknown female #3 (muddy combatant) with golf club.
0:24 - 0:35 Oliver Hardy strikes Stan Laurel with golf club.
0:36 - 0:42 Stan Laurel.
0:43 - 0:50 Oliver Hardy (and Stan Laurel).
0:51 - 1:01 Viola Richard and George Mann.
1:02 - 1:35 Viola Richard, Edna Marian, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy. Laurel hits Oliver Hardy in chin with golf club.
1:36 - 1:59 Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy & George Mann.
2:00 - 2:12 Dorothy Coburn (?) (muddy combatant) and Viola Richard on Oliver Hardy's shoulders. Roy Randolph assisting.
2:13 - 2:32 Oliver Hardy, John Aasen (very tall golfer) & George Mann. Mann does high kick.
2:33 - 2:38 Stan Laurel and Edgar Kennedy (golfer).
2:39 - 2:45 Dorothy Coburn (?) (muddy combatant).
2:46 - 2:56 Dorothy Coburn (?) (muddy combatant) and Roy Randolph dancing.
2:57 - 3:18 Stan Laurel and Edgar Kennedy (golfer). Kennedy loses toupee.
3:19 - 3:35 Rochelle D'Alolio of the Deno and Rochelle dance team sitting in chair.
3:36 - 3:50 Deno D'Alolio of the Deno and Rochelle dance team in suit; Rochelle D'Alolio of the Deno and Rochelle dance team sitting in chair; unknown male #2 shirtless; Roy Randolph; Dorothy Coburn (?) (muddy combatant) standing; and unknown female #5 sitting.
3:51 - 4:03 Engine.
4:04 - 5:20 George Mann walking through movie set.
5:21 - 5:39 Roy Randolph on set of the S.S. Mirimar.
5:40 - 5:55 Charley Chase and George Mann dancing and hamming together.
5:56 - 6:09 Henry Conner with cat.
6:10 - 6:16 Hal Roach Studios.
6:17 - 6:20 Sign for Laurel-Hardy Comedies.
It's been a while since I read any of the Laurel and Hardy books, so I don't recall what they might have said about this film. Wikipedia says William K. Everson liked this one: I liked it myself, but Everson also said something to the effect that Viola Richard's career may have suffered because she resembled Clara Bow, and I'd be inclined to doubt that. You never know why some people didn't do better in the movies and it can't necessarily be explained today. In Viola Richard's case, as well as Edna Marian's, Roach seems to have let them go as some sort of economy measure. Viola Richard would return to the Roach studio for some small parts in the mid 1930's. I think Edna Marion might also have come back in the 1930's.
James Parrott had tried acting early on, but later moved behind the scenes to write and direct. His story was a sad one, but not one that I need go into now.
So, who to focus on?
See what happens when you pal around with those two?
Lobby Card From Wikipedia
At least this picture is clean. The boys hadn't found their way into the mud puddle yet.
Finally, here is SHOULD MARRIED MEN GO HOME?, also on youtube: