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Laurel & Hardy “Pick A Star” 1937 short

  • fromthesidelines posted: 25 Aug at 8:10 pm

    “Pick A Star” was supposed to be Rosina Lawrence’s “star” vehicle for Hal Roach [she also co-starred with Stan & Ollie in “Way Out West”, and portrayed “Our Gang”‘s teacher in several of their 1936-’37 shorts]. The boys agreed to appear in two “brief” apperances during the film. The “director” in the first portion is none other than L&H’s screen rival Jimmy Finlayson, minus his famous prop “walrus moustache”. These sequences were also re-edited into a “two-reel” TV short, “A Day At the Studio”.

  • madmomentsgo posted: 19 May at 10:10 pm

    this was good, thanks.

  • calcovuah posted: 04 Oct at 8:30 pm

    brilliant XD

  • Demoncurse123 posted: 14 Oct at 8:10 pm

    I like the way they play that Music as they bash the Bottles on the Heads.

  • Shawnster65 posted: 22 Nov at 4:58 am

    This is what made comedy funny in the first place. Laurel and Hardy were, imo, the best comedy duo of all time.

    Their skits were a great example of the old saying anything that can go wrong, WILL go wrong, and they re-defined the old saying, “a fine mess.”

    Their humor also exemplified a day and age when the studios had to find a way to be funny while they respected decency.

    Not like today where toilet humor and politics permeate everything.

  • teiknimyndir posted: 14 Dec at 11:05 am

    I Love Laurel and Hardy :)
    Nice to see them again.

    General wondering; why do old cowboy bar scenes so often show men breaking bottles on each others heads? I mean, why bottles? Why not something else? I mean does anyone know where the idea came from? 😛 Maybe it really was done way back when 😉

  • 1990GingerNut posted: 19 Dec at 4:31 pm

    jimmy finalyson has no tash! omg thats just odd

  • judgedredd123 posted: 23 Dec at 10:27 pm

    They didn’t have tin cans in those days and “wine in a box” just wouldn’t have the same effect

  • Vegas01973 posted: 04 Jan at 8:43 am

    I’ve noticed several similarities in gags between the Three Stooges & Laurel and Hardy. I love them all but I can’t help but wonder when it’s a coincidence or when they “borrowed” the gag outright. For example, the Stooges had Moe swallow a harmonica the year before this film in Disorder in the Court (1936) and Larry and Curly played Moe’s chest just like Stan Does here. Interestingly, the song in this Laurel & Hardy clip is Pop Goes the Weasel, which the Stooges used in Punch Drunks in 1934.

  • Extratexture4 posted: 09 Jan at 3:47 pm

    It’s easy to make fake bottles out of sugar, and smashing them looks good on screen.

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