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Laurel & Hardy 1: Flying Deuces

Laurel & Hardy 1: Flying Deuces

  • Anonymous posted: 18 Oct at 7:23 pm

    I like it
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Greg Littmann posted: 18 Oct at 8:44 pm

    I tried so hard to love this movie, but in all honesty, I thought it was painfully unfunny. I laughed twice – first when Ollie tells Stan that without him “people would stare at you and wonder what you are – and I wouldn’t be here to tell them” and last at the very end when Ollie is reincarnated as a horse with a mustache and a hat. To be fair, I admit that I also smiled once to see Ollie’s coy flirtation with the innkeeper’s daughter.

    Apart from that, the film was only interesting for its surprising bleakness at the beginning – there was something compelling about watching Ollie, suicidally depressed, decide that Stan too must die.

    All in all, I was bored. The boys try hard to be funny but the material just isn’t up to it. Two laughs is not enough.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  • John Profetto posted: 18 Oct at 10:36 pm

    Apparently when this film was being made,L&H were both battling serious illnesses.It shows in the film itself.Stan is very thin and sick looking.He looks to be in no condition to make a movie.Oliver is heavier than ever.Three hundred pounds overweight.They both gave me the willies at first glance.However,this being their final film kind of makes it a collector’s item for me.I hadn’t realised they had been around as long as from the roaring 20s until 1950.Amazing!Another thing that never seems to be mentioned,is the storyline’s remarkable simularity to Gilligan’s Island.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • Bryan Barrow posted: 18 Oct at 11:47 pm

    This DVD has a great quality print of a good L&H film, plus some rarities and oddities all collected in one place. The only bad thing about it is it made me even more eager to see more DVD’s of the original Roach shorts (Brats, Blotto, Towed in a Hole) and Features (Swiss Miss, Way Out West, Pardon Us). Let’s see ’em!!!
    Rating: 4 / 5

  • Jon M. Jeffries posted: 19 Oct at 12:33 am

    My brother said he received it in a timely manner. I assume it works O.K.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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