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Short comedy which posits that in a hundred years men's styles will revert to Regency garb, and that there will be a complete gender role reversal, with husband Clyde Cook staying home alone while wife Katherine Grant goes tomcatting around town.

  1. F. Richard Jones

    Director

  2. Richard Wallace

    Director

  3. Hal Yates

    Writer

  4. Frank Terry

    Writer

  5. Stan Laurel

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Clyde Cook

    Clyde Cook

    Claudia, the Blushing Groom / the baby

  2. Katherine Grant

    Katherine Grant

    Billie, the Bride

  3. James Finlayson

    James Finlayson

    The Father-in-Law

  4. Helen Gilmore

    A Neighbor

  5. Martha Sleeper

    Martha Sleeper

    The Butler

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What's the World Coming To?

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Status Released

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  • January 16, 1926
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 21m

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