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The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy volume 9

The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy volume 9

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The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy: The Complete Collection volume 3

The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy: The Complete Collection, volume 3  The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy continue in the third volume, with more of their early films, both together and by themselves. Liberty (MGM, 1929, 20m) We Faw Down (MGM, 1928, 21m) A Lucky Dog (Sun-Lite/Metro, 1922, silent, 24m) Love ‘Em and […]

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Laurel and Hardy and Friends

Laurel and Hardy and Friends – 10th entry in the Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy  In short, Laurel and Hardy and Friends is supposed to be the 10th edition of The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy – but in truth, there are only two Laurel and Hardy films here – Be Big! and The Stolen Jools.  The remaining shorts […]

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TCM Archives - The Laurel and Hardy Collection (The Devil's Brother / Bonnie Scotland) (1933)

TCM Archives – The Laurel and Hardy Collection

TCM Archives – The Laurel and Hardy Collection (The Devil’s Brother / Bonnie Scotland) (1933)  Laurel and Hardy star in two of their best films, Bonnie Scotland and The Devil’s Brother.  Both movies are some of Stan and Ollie’s best work.  They are both “talking” films as opposed to their earlier silent movies, both in black and white.  The movies themselves are hilariously […]

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review of Laurel & Hardy DVD (1933) - DVD compilation of Laurel and Hardy's best talking films - Sons of the Desert, The Music Box, Another Fine Mess, Busy Bodies, County Hospital

Laurel and Hardy DVD

review of Laurel & Hardy DVD (1933) – DVD compilation of Laurel and Hardy’s best talking films – Sons of the Desert, The Music Box, Another Fine Mess, Busy Bodies, County Hospital Editorial review of Laurel & Hardy DVD (1933) – courtesy of Amazon.com For one-stop convenience, you can’t beat this handy compilation of Laurel and Hardy classics. Although it’s modestly […]

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The Laurel and Hardy Collection volume 2

Laurel and Hardy Collection, Vol. 2

Laurel and Hardy Collection, Vol. 2 (A Haunting we Will Go / Dancing Masters / Bullfighters)  The Laurel and Hardy Collection volume 2 is a collection of three of the films that Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy made for the 20th Century Fox studio in the 1940’s after they left the Hal Roach studio where they had first become famous.  Unlike the […]

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Laurel and Hardy - the lost films of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy - the complete collection - volume 4 - Hal Roach Studios - DVD - NTSC - distributed exclusively by Image Entertainment

The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy: The Complete Collection, Vol. 4

The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy: The Complete Collection, Vol. 4 (1925)  Another collection of Laurel and Hardy films from the Hal Roach Studio vaults, with both solo entries as well as the famous team of Laurel and Hardy.  Entries include:

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The Stan Laurel Collection (Slapstick Symposium) (1924)

The Stan Laurel Collection (Slapstick Symposium)

The Stan Laurel Collection (Slapstick Symposium) (1925) Editorial review of The Stan Laurel Collection (Slapstick Symposium) (1925) – courtesy of Amazon.com  The great Stan Laurel was 37 years old when he definitively teamed up with Oliver Hardy in 1927. So what had he done up till then? The Stan Laurel Collection valuably fills in a gap, with 17 comedy shorts Laurel […]

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Laurel & Hardy - Air Raid Wardens / Nothing but Trouble

Laurel & Hardy – Air Raid Wardens / Nothing but Trouble

Laurel & Hardy – Air Raid Wardens / Nothing but Trouble  Laurel and Hardy made two films for the MGM studios in the 1940’s – Air Raid Wardens (1943) and Nothing But Trouble (1944).  Both films followed the MGM studio film formula at the time, which was not the best fit for the boys’ style of comedy.  Even so, both are […]

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Review of The Laurel and Hardy Collection, volume 1 (Great Guns / Jitterbugs / The Big Noise)

Laurel and Hardy Collection, Vol. 1

Review of The Laurel and Hardy Collection, volume 1 (Great Guns / Jitterbugs / The Big Noise)  After Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy left the Hal Roach studios, they made several movies for 20th Century Fox.  Unlike at the smaller Roach studio, Laurel and Hardy were relatively small cogs in a fairly large machine.  They had much less control over the […]

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