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Laurel and Hardy….in Color, from 1943 & b/w from the 1950s!


From 1943, here is some rare and authentic footage of Laurel and Hardy in color!

  • arioariyan posted: 04 Jan at 1:27 am

    classical comedy is better than today’s comedy, thanx for share

  • LonesomePine369 posted: 04 Jan at 2:12 am

    this is from 1943! 1950s?! Ollie was Dead at that point….

  • vernonpage posted: 04 Jan at 2:12 am

    youtube.com/watch?v=_1u0TFWmwuQ&feature=related

    shows this film as dated 1943.

  • vernonpage posted: 04 Jan at 2:25 am

    Cannot be late 50s as Oliver Hardy died August 7, 1957 and a full two years before that he had lost a lot of weight, as is seen in the home movie edit of this clip. That was either 1955 or 56. I would assume that the first part of this was late 40s or very early 50s.

  • CadillacL posted: 04 Jan at 3:16 am

    @Durwood71 Couldn’t have said it better. I can’t listen to most of today’s “comedic geniuses” cause of the language. This is true CLEAN comedy.

  • thehomefront posted: 04 Jan at 3:32 am

    big brother is good comedy

  • Durwood71 posted: 04 Jan at 4:03 am

    @ExplorerDS6789 I agree. Any time someone refers to a foul-mouthed modern day comic as a “comedic genius”, I think it’s an insult to true comedic geniuses like Laurel and Hardy.

  • ExplorerDS6789 posted: 04 Jan at 4:31 am

    @Durwood71 I think both Stan and Ollie would flip in their graves if they saw the kinds of things people are laughing at today.

  • Durwood71 posted: 04 Jan at 5:16 am

    @ExplorerDS6789 He was told by his doctor to lose weight because his obesity was causing him health problems, but he lost so much weight so quickly that it led to his stroke and untimely death. Following Ollie’s death, Stan continued writing sketches for he and Ollie as a way of coping with the loss of his dearest friend.

  • salvatorearcilesi posted: 04 Jan at 6:03 am

    2 sterne im universum

  • Mrpretpakket posted: 04 Jan at 6:59 am

    Stan Laurel never performed again after Oliver was gone. He just couldn’t. Very understandable.

    But God did they gave us fun!

  • ExplorerDS6789 posted: 04 Jan at 7:02 am

    That footage with Stan and a skinny Oliver was from 1956, the last footage of them together. It was shortly before Oliver’s stroke. Very tragic.

  • ExplorerDS6789 posted: 04 Jan at 7:11 am

    Mainly because it’s from 1943.

  • ExplorerDS6789 posted: 04 Jan at 7:19 am

    The interview with Oliver Hardy was from 1950.

  • Lampshade51 posted: 04 Jan at 7:54 am

    This is from 1943.

    US Government short shot in color. I have seen better prints, though. This is kind of redish and faded.

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