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Babes in Toyland is a Laurel and Hardy musical film released on March 10, 1934. The film is also known by its alternate titles Laurel and Hardy in Toyland, Revenge Is Sweet (the 1948 European reissue title), March of the Wooden Soldiers and Wooden Soldiers (in the United States).
Based on Victor Herbert's popular 1903 operetta Babes in Toyland, the film was produced by Hal Roach, directed by Charles Rogers and Gus Meins, and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Originally filmed in black-and-white, there are also two computer colorized versions.
Although the 1934 film makes use of many of the characters in the original play, as well as several of the songs, the plot is almost completely unlike that of the original stage production. In contrast to the stage version, the film's story takes place entirely in Toyland, which is inhabited by Mother Goose (Virginia Karns) and other well known fairy tale characters.
Directed by Gus Meins Charley Rogers Produced by Hal Roach Written by Frank Butler Nick Grinde based on the libretto by Glen MacDonough (operetta) Starring Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy Music by Victor Herbert (operetta) Frank Churchill Ann Ronell Cinematography Francis Corby Art Lloyd Editing by Bert Jordan William H. Terhune Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Release dates March 10, 1934 (1934-03-10) Running time 1 hour 17min Country United States Language English
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