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|Directed by||J. A. Howe|
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Frozen Hearts is a 1923 American silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel. One of a number of films he made before teaming up with Oliver Hardy, here peasant Stan duels with the ruling elite in Tsarist Russia for the love of his girl. The film also featured Laurel's common law wife Mae Laurel.
- Stan Laurel - Peasant Ivan Kektumoff
- James Finlayson - General Sappovitch
- Katherine Grant - Sonia, the peasant girl
- Mae Laurel - Princess
- Pierre Couderc - Count Alexis Pifflevitch
- George Rowe - Soldier
- Sammy Brooks - The general's second
- Tyler Brooke - Bit Role (uncredited)
- Jack Gavin - Bit Role (uncredited)
- William Gillespie - Spectator at duel (uncredited)
- Ena Gregory - Bit Role (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
- Earl Mohan - Bit Role (uncredited)
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