Nostalgia for those who used to think owning a 3-minute piece of a movie was a big deal (well before dollar DVDs!). You can replace the Beau Hunks music track with projector noise in your head if you prefer.
This was 1 of the few comedy compilation movies from the 1960’s that wasn’t produced by Robert Youngson. This film was mainly compiled from the boys 1930’s talkies and was produced by Hal Roach. Youngson’s movies made a point of identifying from which films the clips used were taken, whereas here none of the movies are identified. Still there is no arguing with the clips themselves, they’re all FAB. The last time this was shown on tv in the UK was on Channel 4 in the late 80’s or early 90’s. Enjoy this brief couple of clips.
Gerry & William as Laurel & Hardy
Générique de Laurel et Hardy