Thin Englishman Stan Laurel and large American Oliver Hardy Laurel and Hardy were one of the most popular and critically acclaimed comedy double acts of the early Classical Hollywood era of American cinema.
Sweet memories watching Laurel and Hardy. As odd a couple as any, the exploits of this bumbling due kept me enthralled all through my childhood and adolescence. This is comedy at its finest, pure unadulterated fun, kept me in good humour.
Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy 'Putting Pants on Philip', 'Two Tars', 'Liberty', 'Big Business', 'Double Whoopee', 'Men O' War', 'Perfect Day', 'Bacon Grabbers', 'Brats', 'Hog Wild', 'Another Fine Mess', 'Helpmates', 'Any Old Port', 'The Music Box', 'Pack Up Your Troubles', 'Me and My Pal', 'Busy Bodies', 'Dirty Work', 'Sons of the Desert', 'The Live Ghost', 'Our Relations', Way Out West' & 'Block-Heads'
Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy in Wrong Again dir. Leo McCarey) Original production still caption: Laurel & Hardy discover it was famed painting “Blue Boy” they were supposed to deliver and put on the piano. They brought Blue Boy, the horse, who.