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, volume 3Buy The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy: The Complete Collection volume 3 from Amazon.com 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 Weep (Pathe Exchange, 1927, silent, 24m)
  • the Oliver Hardy solo short Along Came Auntie (Pathe Exchange, 1926, silent, 24m)
  • the Charley Chase/Oliver Hardy short Bromo and Juliet (Pathe, 1926, silent, 24m)

Editorial review of Laurel and Hardy – The Complete Collection – Volume 3

Mastered from the original 35mm material, this third volume of lost films from the great comedy team of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy includes all silent shorts: Liberty (1929, 20 min.), We Faw Down (1928, 21 min.), the very first on-screen pairing of Stan and Ollie in The Lucky Dog (1919, 24 min.), Love ‘Em and Weep (1927, 24 min.), the Glenn Tryon/Oliver Hardy short Along Came Auntie (1926, 24 min.), and the Charley Chase/Oliver Hardy short Bromo and Juliet (1926, 24 min.).
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