Now I'll Tell One

Now I'll Tell One
Directed by James Parrott
Produced by Hal Roach
Starring Charley Chase
Stan Laurel
Oliver Hardy
Distributed by Pathé
Release dates
  • October 5, 1927 (1927-10-05)
Running time
20 min.
8 min. ca. (remained cut)
Country United States
Language Silent film
English intertitles

Now I'll Tell One is a 1927 silent film starring Charley Chase.


A husband (Chase) is being divorced by his wife (Edna Marion). She recounts his cruelty, abuse, and drunkenness before a judge (May Wallace) at court. His lawyer (Laurel) attempts to defend him but only succeeds in making his client look worse. Oliver Hardy has a small part as a police officer.


Now I'll Tell One features Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. However, while both comedians had bit parts, they were not officially a team.[1]

The first half of the film is considered lost; the latter half survives.[1]


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