|Directed by||Charles Reisner|
|Written by||Earl Baldwin (scenario)|
Lew Lipton (scenario)
Robert Hopkins (intertitles)
George K. Arthur
|Cinematography||Henry Sharp (*French)|
|Edited by||George Hively|
Brotherly Love is a 1928 part-silent, part-talkie comedy film produced and distributed by MGM and directed by Charles Reisner. It is a starring vehicle for the comedy team of Karl Dane and George K. Arthur. Young Jean Arthur supports the comedy duo. While essentially a silent film, the movie had music with sound effects and talking sequences.
Some publicity photos from the film show Dane with Buster Keaton, but it is not clear whether Keaton had a cameo in the film that was later cut or merely posed for a gag photo while visiting the set.
- Karl Dane - Oscar
- George K. Arthur - Jerry
- Jean Arthur - Mary
- Richard Carlyle - Warden Brown
- Edward Connelly - Coggswell
- Marcia Harris - Mrs. Coggswell
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: Brotherly Love
- The AFI Catalog of Feature Films: Brotherly Love
- "Keaton & Karl". The Lost Laugh. Retrieved February 26, 2019.
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: 'Brotherly Love
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