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Which were the best Laurel and Hardy films?

I want to build up a collection of old classic films on dvd but there were lots of Laurel and Hardy films and I don’t know where to start. I remember being highly amused by one where they start a massive fight in the street (eg people pulling the doors off cars) and another where they drank tea thinking it to be whiskey (one of their wives switched it) and thought they were drunk…please – I need help identifying the relevant films

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  • ?x?~tinkerbell~?x? posted: 22 Dec at 3:21 pm

    omg they are all great!!!

  • duckster posted: 24 Dec at 2:42 am

    i saw a really funny one years ago i think it was called the piano

  • I Luv Karate!!!!! posted: 25 Dec at 10:01 am

    What about the film of that trip they go to and sing ‘blue ridge mountains of Virginia’! I love that film so much…I also have a collection well my dad does =) I could have a look…I’ll get back to you because they’re in the attic at the moment

  • STEVEN W posted: 27 Dec at 11:52 am

    Duckster has it wright the one with the piano up and down those stairs, bloody brilliant!! and the ending a classic..

  • markrj posted: 30 Dec at 3:35 pm

    The second film is Them Thar Hills, very funny. If you have a look in HMV, the boxset of 20 dvd’s is available and it was only 50 quid before Xmas. I know that because I bought it!
    Not sure if it still is that price mind.
    I think Way Out West is still the best film they made.

  • Claytee M posted: 02 Jan at 1:25 pm

    My personal favorite is March of the Wooden Soldiers because it contains the most funny scene of when Stan Laurel disguises himself as Bo Peep and Oliver tells him that he has to marry the evil tax collector! The way Stan cries and complains was just brilliant!

    Here’s a list to choose from:

    Duck Soup – March 13, 1927
    Slipping Wives -April 3, 1927
    Love ‘Em and Weep – June 12, 1927
    Why Girls Love Sailors – July 17, 1927
    With Love and Hisses – August 28, 1927
    Sugar Daddies – September 10, 1927
    * Sailors Beware – September 25, 1927
    * The Second Hundred Years – October 8, 1927
    * Now I’ll Tell One – October 9, 1927
    * Call of the Cuckoo – October 15, 1927
    * Hats Off – November 5, 1927
    * Do Detectives Think? – November 20, 1927
    * Putting Pants on Phillip – December 3, 1927
    * The Battle of the Century – December 31, 1927

    1928

    * Leave ‘Em Laughing – January 28, 1928
    * Flying Elephants – February 12, 1928
    * The Finishing Touch – February 25, 1928
    * From Soup to Nuts – March 24, 1928
    * You’re Darn Tootin’ – April 21, 1928
    * Their Purple Moment – May 19, 1928
    * Should Married Men Go Home? – September 8, 1928
    * Early to Bed – October 6, 1928
    * Two Tars – November 3, 1928
    * Habeas Corpus – December 1, 1928
    * We Faw Down – December 29,1928

    1929

    * Liberty – January 26, 1929
    * Wrong Again – February 23, 1929
    * That’s My Wife – March 23, 1929
    * Big Business – April 20, 1929
    * Unaccustomed as We Are – May 4, 1929
    * Double Whoopee – May 18, 1929
    * Berth Marks – June 1, 1929
    * Men ‘O War – June 29, 1929
    * A Perfect Day – August 10, 1929
    * They Go Boom – September 21, 1929
    * Bacon Grabbers – October 19, 1929
    * Hoosegow – November 16, 1929
    * Hollywood Review of 1929 – November 23, 1929
    * Angora Love – December 14, 1929

    1930

    * Night Owls – January 4, 1930
    * Blotto – February 8, 1930
    * Brats – March 22, 1930
    * Below Zero – April 26, 1930
    * Rogue Song – May 10, 1930
    * Hog Wild – May 31, 1930
    * The Laurel & Hardy Murder Case – September 6, 1930
    * Another Fine Mess – November 29, 1930

    1931

    * Be Big – February 7, 1931
    * Chickens Come Home – February 21, 1931
    * Laughing Gravy – April 4, 1931
    * The Stolen Jools – April, 1931
    * Our Wife – May 16, 1931
    * Pardon Us – August 15, 1931
    * Come Clean – September 19, 1931
    * One Good Turn – October 31, 1931
    * Beau Hunks – December 12, 1931
    * On the Loose – December 26, 1931

    1932

    * Helpmates – January 23, 1932
    * Any Old Port – March 5, 1932
    * The Music Box – April 16, 1932
    * The Chimp – May 21, 1932
    * County Hospital – June 25, 1932
    * Scram – September 10, 1932
    * Pack Up Your Troubles – September 17, 1932
    * Their First Mistake – November 5, 1932
    * Towed in a Hole – December 31, 1932

    1933

    * Twice Two – February 25, 1933
    * Me and My Pal – April 22, 1933
    * Fra Diavolo – May 5, 1933
    * The Midnight Patrol – August 3, 1933
    * Busy Bodies – October 7, 1933
    * Wild Poses – October 28, 1933
    * Dirty Work – November 25, 1933
    * Sons of the Desert – December 29, 1933

    1934

    * Oliver the Eighth – February 1934
    * Hollywood Party – June 1, 1934
    * Going Bye Bye – June 23, 1934
    * Them Thar Hills – July 21, 1934
    * ***** in Toyland – November 30, 1934
    * The Live Ghost – December 8, 1934

    1935

    * *** for Tat – January 5, 1935
    * The Fixer Uppers – February 9, 1935
    * Thicker Than Water – March 16, 1935
    * Bonnie Scotland – August 23, 1935

    1936

    * The Bohemian Girl – February 14, 1936
    * On the Wrong Trek – April 18, 1936
    * Our Relations – October 30, 1936

    1937

    * Way Out West – April 16, 1937
    * Pick a Star – May 21, 1937

    1938

    * Swiss Miss – May 20, 1938
    * Block-Heads – August 19, 1938

    1939

    * The Flying Deuces – October 20, 1939

    1940

    * A Chump at Oxford – February 16, 1940
    * Saps at Sea – May 3, 1940

    The Fox Years

    * Great Guns – October 10, 1941
    * A-Haunting We Will Go – August 7, 1942
    * Air Raid Wardens – April 1943
    * The Tree in a Test Tube -1943
    * Jitterbugs – June 11, 1943
    * The Dancing Masters – November 19, 1943
    * The Big Noise – September 1944
    * Nothing But Trouble – March 1945
    * The Bullfighters – May 19, 1945

    The Last Picture
    Atoll K – 1952

  • 2007 posted: 04 Jan at 8:06 am

    i like all their films

  • lisawrbiatch posted: 06 Jan at 9:05 pm

    What a silly question to ask no offence its just there all good films

  • niall gwing posted: 07 Jan at 8:11 pm

    Way out West is my fave, but anything before the mid 1940’s works too- before they went their seperate ways and ended up doing theatre work only.

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