Why Pay Rent?

(1935)
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Elmer fixes up a room for his just-married, freeloading brother-in-law and wife. When the newlyweds show up, Henry brings a surprise in the form of stepson Junior. The apartment is now too small, so Henry decides that they'll buy a lot and build a do-it-yourself home, a disaster in the making when Junior switches the house's part numbers. It doesn't help matters that Elmer, Henry and the wives are all incompetent.

  1. Lloyd French

    Director

  2. Dolph Singer

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Roscoe Ates

    Roscoe Ates

    Elmer Whipple

  2. Shemp Howard

    Shemp Howard

    Henry

  3. Billie Leonard

    Billie

  4. Ethel Sykes

    Betty Whipple

  5. Roy Le May

    Junior

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Status Released

Release Information

  • May 4, 1935
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 22m

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