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Jitterbugs

Jitterbugs (1943) starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, Bob Bailey, Vivian Blaine
Jitterbugs (1943) starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, Bob Bailey, Vivian Blaine  Jitterbugs is, hands down, one of the funniest Laurel and Hardy films that I’ve ever seen. The jitterbug ending, especially, is laugh out loud hilarious — literally. The movie begins with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy driving across...
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The Dancing Masters

The Dancing Masters, starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy
The Dancing Masters, starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Trudy Marshall, Robert Bailey, Margaret Dumont Editorial review of The Dancing Masters courtesy of Amazon.com This Laurel and Hardy vehicle casts Stan and Ollie as the proprietors of the “Arthur Hurry” dance studio. Despite a rather sizeable student body, the boys would starve...
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The Bohemian Girl

Laurel and Hardy's comedy, The Bohemian Girl
The Bohemian Girl (1936) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Mae Busch, James Finlayson, Thelma Todd Many people think of The Bohemian Girl as the answer to the trivia question, “What was Thelma Todd‘s final film?”  €”And that’s a crying shame.  The Bohemian Girl is actually one of my...
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Two Tars

Two Tars (1928) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Edgar Kennedy, Charlie Hall, Thelma Hill, Ruby Blaine
Two Tars (1928) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Edgar Kennedy, Charlie Hall, Thelma Hill, Ruby Blaine Two Tars is a classic Laurel and Hardy short film, dealing with a basic concept.  Stan and Ollie are two sailors on leave, who simply want to go on a date with their respective...
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The Final Film of Laurel and Hardy

The Final Film of Laurel and Hardy: A Study of the Chaotic Making and Marketing of Atoll K,
Book Description: The Final Film of Laurel and Hardy: A Study of the Chaotic Making and Marketing of Atoll K  The remarkable story behind the planning, development and marketing of Laurel and Hardy‘s ill-received final film, Atoll K, has been little explored. Details on the script development, cast, crew,...
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Putting Pants on Philip

Putting Pants on Philip - movie poster - Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel
Putting Pants on Philip (1927) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy The basic plot of Putting Pants on Philip deals with the stuffy J. Piedmont Mumblethunder (Oliver Hardy) meeting his Scottish nephew, Philip (Stan Laurel) at the docks, where he’s arriving for a visit.  One of the funniest bits of the movie...
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The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy volume 5

Laurel and Hardy - the lost films of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy - Hal Roach Studios - the complete collection volume 5 - DVD - NTSC - Image Entertainment
The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy – The Complete Collection, Vol. 5 (1929)  A collection of Laurel and Hardy short films from the Roach Studios, including some individual efforts.  The short films included on this DVD include:
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Bacon Grabbers

Bacon Grabbers - Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
Bacon Grabbers (1929) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Edgar Kennedy, Charlie Hall If you’re familiar with the current reality TV series “Repo Men”, you should be warned that back in 1929 the term “Bacon Grabbers” meant repossession men. The 1929 Laurel and Hardy silent short film, Bacon Grabbers, deals...
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They Go Boom!

They Go Boom! Oliver Hardy sneezing keeps Stan Laurel awake
They Go Boom! (1929) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Charlie Hall In They Go Boom!, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are simply trying to sleep through the night in a rented room. Oliver, however, is suffering from a cold, and his sneezing is keeping Stanley awake.  Likewise, Stan’s snoring...
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The Live Ghost

Walter Long, Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel in The Live Ghost
Laurel and Hardy’s The Live Ghost (1934) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Walter Lang On one hand, The Live Ghost is a very typical Laurel and Hardy short film – in fact, it co-stars all of the Roach Studio players that we typically find in a Laurel and Hardy film (Walter Long as the...
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