Watch WRONG AGAIN in the link above
WRONG AGAIN unfortunately might be the weakest of the Laurel and Hardy silents. I think the main problem with this short is there's one very simple premise that involves a horse, and it's hard to train a horse to do much physical comedy. There is one bit where the horse is standing on top of a piano, piano legs off replaced by a crushed Oliver Hardy underneath. Stan tries to lift Ollie out of the piano, but all the horse can do is knock Stan's hat off with its nose, causing Stan to run after his hat and drop the piano on top of poor Ollie. This happens on repeat for what seems like three hours, and is excruciating to watch.
The bit when Stan and Ollie are talking and establish that millionaires do things backward would be even better with sound. At this point, even the title cards speak their language. You can hear Ollie saying what's on these cards, the pantomime is just right, and the reverse hand gesture that repeats to signify backwards thinking is a nice touch. Again, this would be better with sound. It's funny, the best of these Laurel and Hardy silents I do not miss sound at all, but on ones such as these, I think sound would have improved things slightly. Most comedians are either silent comedians or sound comedians in my mind, but Laurel and Hardy are one of the rare cases where their style can switch between both worlds. The cool thing with their talkies is they did not forget this, as there are silent bits scattered in their talking work when no dialogue is needed.
Really overall a one dimensional gag film with a horse on a piano that falls flat because like I said, there's limited slapstick opportunities a real horse can comply with. Worth mentioning the older lady in this short is the only Laurel and Hardy appearance of Josephine Crowell, who while wasted here, plays one of the all time great nasty mother in laws in Harold Lloyd's HOT WATER.