Now I'll Tell One is a Laurel & Hardy silent short film released 9 October 1927.
A husband is being divorced by his wife. She recounts his cruelty, abuse, and drunkenness before a judge at court. His lawyer (Laurel) attempts to defend him but only succeeds in making his client look worse.
- Charley Chase as Charley
- Edna Marion as Wife
- Stan Laurel as Lawyer
- Will Walling as Judge
- Oliver Hardy as Policeman
- Wilson Benge
- Lincoln Plummer
- May Wallace
- The first half of the film is currently lost.
- Oliver Hardy has only a small part as a police officer.