Wrong Again is one of the several silent Laurel and Hardy short films that were made with a synchronized music and sound effects track; after its initial theatrical run in 1929. In this scene Hardy gets angry when he sees the hole in a bucket & throws it.
The horse nuzzles Laurel's hat from behind, tipping t slightly forward. Laurel thinks it is Hardy & nudges him. Hardy smiles coyly, thinking the nudge is just a sign of friendship. Laurel then tips Hardy's hat and he looks rather puzzled. The horse tips Laurel's hat a second time. Laurel retaliates harder against Hardy.
Hardy is under the piano & Laurel is helping him to pull him out from there, but like always Laurel shows his foolishness & Hardy's neck gets stuck under the full weight of piano & the horse.
Hardy kneels down to take the weight of the piano, and of the horse which is still on it, while Laurel tries to fit the piano leg back. The horse continues to take an interest in Laurel's hat, and tips it off on the floor. Laurel leaves Hardy to bear the full weight again and stoops to pick up the hat.
Hardy breaks the statue by tripping on it by mistake. He picks by the broken pieces and puts it back in place, only to place them incorrectly, and confusing Laurel!
Laurel and Hardy's first and only American television appearance took place on December 1, 1954, when they were surprised and interviewed by Ralph Edwards on his live TV program 'This Is Your Life'.