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Laurel & Hardy – Army


Oliver’s army by Elvis Costello music video dedicated to Oliver Hardy, better known as the fat one of Laurel & Hardy.

  • misslilo86 posted: 19 Oct at 1:30 am

    @NLfilmfan i don’t think dirtyworkuk meant to insult ollie, but referring ollie as the fat one for those who has no idea who is who! Like me! A few months ago I didn’t know who was who, but thank goodness someone said one was the skinny one and one the fat one. anyways it’s not an insult it’s a fact! So don’t get insulted over a mere reference or stating a fact! sheesh, people get so offended so easily! lol

  • misterwibbles posted: 19 Oct at 1:53 am

    I fucking hate you.

  • BJBFOREST posted: 19 Oct at 2:31 am

    Great vid but would rather hear the original audio.

  • spinout3 posted: 19 Oct at 2:36 am

    great video.

  • Broomstone posted: 19 Oct at 3:17 am

    Perfect link – with Elvis Costello

  • dirtyworkuk posted: 19 Oct at 3:52 am

    The ‘fat one’ statement is not meant as an insult. People who are not too familiar with Laurel & Hardy have always referred to them as that so they know which one’s which. Laurel & Hardy books have also used that to decribe them. And Stan himself called Ollie ‘Fatty’ in Chump at Oxford. (as Lord Paddington)So please don’t take offence at that.

  • NLfilmfan posted: 19 Oct at 4:41 am

    And from BLOCK-HEADS (1938). Nice video, very funny! But please don’t refer to Ollie as “the fat one”. Thank you.

  • JFBridge posted: 19 Oct at 5:06 am

    Taken from PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES (1932) and GREAT GUNS (1941).

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