LanguageSilent...(English intertitles) WriterEarl Baldwin, Lew Lipton Release dateDecember 23, 1928 (1928-12-23) ScreenplayRobert Hopkins, Earl Baldwin, Lew Lipton CastKarl Dane (Oscar), George K. Arthur (Jerry), Jean Arthur (Mary) Similar moviesRelated Charles Reisner movies
Brotherly Love is a 1928 silent film part-talkie comedy 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. Buster Keaton makes an uncredited appearance as a barber.
A print is allegedly extant at UCLA Film and Television archives. The Library of Congress database lists no copies.