Laurel & Hardy. All my adult life i’ve been a MASSIVE fan of the Boys, collecting tons of books, videos and DVD’s. And it all stems from their shorts being shown on weekends and at Christmas throughout my childhhod. They also installed a deep love and fascination of pre 40’s Hollywood that’s never left me, the juxtoposition of the squalor and misery of the skid row of prohabition times with the glamour of the movies. But back to the boys – and they were sheer genius and i … …
Actually Chuck McCann showed Laurel and Hardy shorts and even did a fairly good impression of Oliver Hardy. He also took a few of their silent movies, removed the title cards and attempted to dub their voices with his impressions which … …
Since television began I believe the funniest ever shown on tv was Laurel & Hardy, Also I love Charlie Chaplin
Do you agree with me ? I watched laurel and Hardy on dvd last night and I cracked up laughing..
Asked by:Martin K
What is your interpretation of this lyric?
“But now talking to God is Laurel begging Hardy for a gun.”
It’s in a song called “Girl In The War” by Josh Ritter.
When I was a kid, they used to air a burning Yule log on TV, and show the classic Laurel and Hardy movie March of the Wooden Soldiers on TV. Does anyone else remember that?
I know the film was released on DVD and the Yule Log is probably on Youtube.
Are there any other old Christmas things you miss they used to show on TV?
looking for a company that sells cut price dvd’s and boxsets ie laurel and hardy ,steptoe and son ect?
for a friend who doesnt use the internet so if you have an address that he could contact for a pricelist that woud be brill!