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Laurel and Hardy – dance Laurel and Hardy dancing

  • d4seasons posted: 28 Feb at 8:12 am

    they also were great singers. just full of talent. i laughed @ all their shorts. very funny. just wished they didn’t have to lose towards @ some of those shorts.

  • johnnylawson1971 posted: 28 Feb at 8:39 am

    My favourite clip of anything ever really, this dance routine by these great characters is my inspiration in life.

  • backedbycash posted: 28 Feb at 9:37 am

    Hey man….have a heart.This was done in the early 30’s.

  • HRMOKeefe posted: 28 Feb at 10:32 am

    CathRun, Fleaby is right
    Black and white movies require more intellectual connection than full color movies, just as reading requires more imagination, more involvement, than watching any movie…drop this guy like a bad habit unless he has other qualities not aforementioned that compensate

  • rotunda57 posted: 28 Feb at 10:49 am

    Odd….That’s the same stage coach going around the corner at :00 and :50.

  • peppersax posted: 28 Feb at 10:51 am

    Laurel and Hardy-Abbott and Costello-Martin and Lewis ALL CLASS ACTS!

  • MelonHeadFilmz posted: 28 Feb at 11:45 am

    the film’s credits say the singers are the avolon boys, but other people say differently

  • Sashastube posted: 28 Feb at 12:11 pm

    I find it really hard to like black and white movies, but the laurel and Hardy movies really are an exception. Probably some of the funniest comedy ever caught on film!

  • Jackpinesavage72 posted: 28 Feb at 12:19 pm

    ….The background singers are The Sons Of The Pioneers…The yodeler is the character actor named Chill Wills

  • Zetge posted: 28 Feb at 12:24 pm

    What a great show! Does anyone know the band’s name and the name of the Yodeller?

  • bowlerska posted: 28 Feb at 12:38 pm

    Forgotten the absolute classical author with Stanilo and Oliveiro is never in Fra Diavolo, the laughter scene at the wine cellar. If this makes me nervous so correctly off our world, I look at myself this scene and it precedes.

  • londonpenda posted: 28 Feb at 1:24 pm

    You were right bruv..

    A bloody classic…Smart.

  • fleaby posted: 28 Feb at 2:19 pm

    Divorce him. Cath my fathers dad brother died and was beyond grief, he and my mother visited us and I played him this and Way Out West and he laughed so much and just helped. A marvellous pair of gentlemen.

  • jum401 posted: 28 Feb at 3:06 pm


  • 64mung posted: 28 Feb at 3:09 pm

    Classic footage!!

  • CathRun08 posted: 28 Feb at 4:05 pm

    I am thinking of divorcing my husband because he doesn’t think Laurel and Hardy are funny. In fact he doesn’t like black and white movies at all. What the hell was I thinking?

  • backedbycash posted: 28 Feb at 4:31 pm

    That cowpoke on the porch with the deep baritone voice went on to be great supporting actor in his own right known as Chill Wills.

  • pontello3 posted: 28 Feb at 5:31 pm

    is hard to think they were really “exist” !
    i mean with a life out of films….with problems, sad moments , sexuality ,diseases ,death etc…..cause’ for me ,,actor of that periodo , but especially comedy actors, were lilke aliens , creatures from another dimensions…or actually like “persons” that exists only in our imaggination like donald duuck or popey ….yea they were more like living cartoon carachters than men…is funny sensation isn’t?

  • woody409 posted: 28 Feb at 6:22 pm

    i remember seeing this wayyy back,,but they panned onto the cowboy band,,and i loved that,,its my favorite song they did,,so funny when it starts,,like ohhh some music,,we love music..then that cowpoke on the porch getting into it all too and laughs,,priceless!!

  • lonelygiant5000 posted: 28 Feb at 6:52 pm

    I am 19, and I think Laurel and Hardy put present day actors to shame. I love these guys! Doesn’t matter what show of theirs you watch, it will beat any trash that is shown now days. Period.

  • brewepau posted: 28 Feb at 7:40 pm

    I’m 58. And I don’t think it matters what one’s age may be. These two are timeless. In my opinion, they are the greatest comedy duo of all time. Your father was so lucky to meet them!

  • brewepau posted: 28 Feb at 8:24 pm

    The Greatest Comedy Duo of all time!

  • bykerbank posted: 28 Feb at 9:10 pm

    I’m 71 past, and I never ever forget these two people I watch them over and over again….My dad told me he met them on a train from London to Newcastle he served them there meal, anyway he told me they were the same off screen as they were on it was one of his BEST work days ever…………..they will live on forever

  • IdaSputum posted: 28 Feb at 9:29 pm

    my whole life I’ve loved this funny dance and cool tune.
    The little one is so dainty and the big one chucks himself into it. such serious expressions.
    Thanks for putting it on at just the right bit.
    Youtube is great.

  • Mazo711 posted: 28 Feb at 9:48 pm

    i have all their episodes on dvd and i must have watched them all 20 times over

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