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Laurel and Hardy songs: Lazy Moon – Oliver Hardy


One of my favourite Laurel and Hardy songs. ENJOY! =-)

  • darkoanton5 posted: 01 Dec at 1:12 am

    @Jim1Johnson He was a child singing prodigy from what I know.

  • frediablo posted: 01 Dec at 1:37 am

    One of their best movie songs. I have this on the Laurel & Hardy “Memories In Music” cd album. Thanks for posting.

  • TheMNTProductions posted: 01 Dec at 2:01 am

    @RisingDampChamp Thank you for the upload! This man was so talented!

  • Jim1Johnson posted: 01 Dec at 2:24 am

    @m2mallory I remember being told as a kid that The Sound Of Music was dubbed and from then on I always assumed actors couldn’t sing. I am glad to hear Ollie used is own voice as I always enjoyed their musical numbers and dance.
    There is one song from On The Lamb, sung in the Cotton Fields I haven’t seen anywhere. Anyone know if it is on You Tube? I don’t know the title.

  • m2mallory posted: 01 Dec at 2:45 am

    @Jim1Johnson Not only is that Ollie’s real voice–he started as a singer–but at the time this film was made, there was not pre- or post-dubbing, so he’s singing live on film.

  • RisingDampChamp posted: 01 Dec at 3:30 am

    @Jim1Johnson Yeh that is really him singing he also sang in a few other movies that they made.

  • Jim1Johnson posted: 01 Dec at 4:10 am

    Does anyone know if Laurel did their own singing? If they did, it is amazing that such great voices and dancing talent could be combined with slap stick comedy.

  • MrVicFreeze posted: 01 Dec at 4:27 am

    What a beautiful voice.

  • manyflga posted: 01 Dec at 4:48 am

    A great clips. Oliver sure could sing.

  • InFlam3sW3Trust posted: 01 Dec at 4:55 am

    People are too hung up on race these days. Racism wouldn’t be anywhere near as big of a problem if people didn’t blow it so far out of proportion. Modern day society is WAY too sensitive. If something like this was done today, it would probably be seen as a hate crime and as being highly offensive. There’s too much focus on the bad. We need to start focusing on the good, like these good fellows did.

  • tugboat0970 posted: 01 Dec at 5:07 am

    I didnt know obama could dance that well!

  • dfarmbrough posted: 01 Dec at 5:15 am

    @WSenator1 No real need to get outraged at what was really just another form of entertainment in those days. People generally didn’t mean any harm by it.

  • Jamtns posted: 01 Dec at 5:38 am

    Rising, do you happen to have the original tinkling piano song of The Chimp when she hears the song and dance in front of Laurel and Hardy in the boarding house? I just can’t find the tinkling piano music here…Thanks a lot ! :)

  • deusprogrammer posted: 01 Dec at 6:31 am

    @baxterfilms Pardon Us is probably my favorite Laurel and Hardy movie. I love the whole bit with Stanley’s buzzing tooth.

  • JubalCalif posted: 01 Dec at 6:45 am

    @deusprogrammer
    I totally agree dues! The late great Stan & Ollie had more talent in their little fingers than most of the so-called “comics” today; and L&H were able to entertain people & make them laugh without using profanity or wallowing in the gutter of vulgar, crude and sexual humor. THANKS for your moving comment! :)

  • JubalCalif posted: 01 Dec at 7:08 am

    @leahcimber
    I second that emotion leah! The late great Oliver Hardy had a wonderful singing voice….too bad it wasn’t used more often in his sound movies! Thanks for your comment! :)

  • phnx4life posted: 01 Dec at 7:25 am

    couldn’t care less about what people-political or otherwise…nonsense

  • leahcimber posted: 01 Dec at 7:59 am

    Ollie sings pretty good!

  • miffy1950 posted: 01 Dec at 8:27 am

    Great!!! I was looking for this song for ages………..Thanks so much for posting this
    I really enjoyed it, reminds me of my childhood too!!!

  • lausanne67 posted: 01 Dec at 8:50 am

    Oh dear, have the liberal Thought-Police not swung into action yet? Only white liberals and black activists who blame EVERYTHING on so-called “racism” object to this sort of thing. Young black youths are the most truly racist people nowadays.

  • RisingDampChamp posted: 01 Dec at 9:06 am

    @victrolaman No problem this song really mellows me out like layin in a field under a midnight blue sky, the moon large in the air, not a care in the world.

  • victrolaman posted: 01 Dec at 9:22 am

    Such a wonderfully touching rendition of this classic by Oliver Hardy. The song was written in 1906 by Cole and Johnson. I just put the original Edison cylinder by Billy Murray up on my channel. Thanks so much for posting this.

    Victrolaman

  • albertomamute posted: 01 Dec at 10:11 am

    this song reminds me of my childhood. i didn`t hear it for such a long time. it really touched my heart….

  • karumiya posted: 01 Dec at 10:53 am

    por fin lo encontré… es añorada esta escena, gracias!

  • dbvettez06 posted: 01 Dec at 11:52 am

    geez too many people are too tighl wound!!!!!!! lighten up people……

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