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Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy: Early Silent Classics, Voulme 2

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Laurel and Hardy In Colour ( from busy bodies ) the best bit!


The best slapstick scene you’ll see other than a tom and jerry cartoon. KIDS WILL LOVE IT !!

Laurel and Hardy’s Laughing 20’S by Unknown. Size 10.85 inches width by 16.55 inches height. High Quality Art Poster Print

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Bonnie Scotland

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Unlike many silent screen comedians, Laurel & Hardy made a seamless transition to talkies, and this TCM Archives double-feature showcases some of their funniest work from the early 1930s. As always, TCM/Warner has packaged this must-have set for true film buffs: The prints are pristine, image quality is crisp and clean, sound quality is the best available (allowing for some hiss and minor drop-offs due to the age of the soundtracks), and bonus features have been chosen with care and authority, including several highlight excerpts from Laurel & Hardy short subjects. While continuing to enjoy their priceless partnership with producer Hal Roach, Stan & Ollie were at their sound-era peak in The Devil’s Brother (1933), a hilarious adaptation of the Auber operetta Fra Diavolo (also the film’s alternate European title), in which “Stanlio” and “Ollio” find themselves entangled in the exploits of the Marquis de San Marco, a notorious singing bandit named “Fra Diavolo” (played with adequate panache by Dennis King) who’s set his sights on the lovely Lady Pamela (played by ’30s screen queen Thelma Todd). Plots in Laurel & Hardy films are almost always perfunctory, but this is one of the better ones, lending Stan & Ollie ample opportunity to cut loose with Roach-invented gags and trademark slapstick. The highlight has to be Stan’s drunken laughing fit, a miraculously sustained bit of hilarity (with Ollie eventually joining in) that’s absolutely infectious and irresistible–it’s impossible to watch without laughing right along with Stan. Read more of this >>

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LAUREL & HARDY- WINDOW WASHERS


Our two boys Stan and Ollie are up to something funny again. This time they are working as Window Washers. Starring: Richard Lowery Jr., Shawn Meyer, and guest starring Jennifer Nicodemus as the house wife. So sit back and enjoy!

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