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    Stanley 'Stan' Laurel -- (6/16/1890-2/23/1965). Actor, Writer, Comedian, Entertainer & Film Director He's known for the comedy "Laurel and Hardy". He died after suffering a Heart Attack, age 74. Born: Arthur Stanley Jefferson.

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    Artur Stanley Jefferson ,,Stan Laurel'' 16.06.1890-23.02.1965

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STANLEY LAUREL (Comedian) BIRTH: June 16, 1890 in Ulverston, Lancashire, England DEATH: February 23, 1965 in Santa Monica, California, U.S.A. CAUSE OF DEATH: Heart Attack CLAIM TO FAME: Laurel & Hardy

Stanley Arthur "Stan" Jefferson Laurel - "You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be led."

Stanley "Stan" Laurel (born Arthur Stanley Jefferson, 16 June 1890 – 23 February 1965), was an English comic actor, writer and film director, most famous as Laurel of Laurel and Hardy–Hardy being Oliver Hardy.

Off the record: Words cannot sufficiently describe the love I have for this man. It is impossible not to be happy while watching him. He is a true genius of cinema and comedy and I wish he could know how grateful I am for what he did for comedy. Better than Chaplin, better than Lloyd, and tied with Keaton. There was nobody like him, and there never will be. My spirit animal and, truly, my hero. Quite simply, the best there ever was. There will only ever be one Stan Laurel. #eternallove

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Stanley "Stan" Laurel (born Arthur Stanley Jefferson, 16 June 1890 – 23 February 1965), was an English comic actor, writer and film director. Laurel began his career in the British music hall, from where he took a number of his standard comic devices: the bowler hat, the deep comic gravity, and the nonsensical understatement. He was a member of "Fred Karno's Army," where he was Charlie Chaplin's understudy

Laurel and Hardy...so dear to my heart...darlings❤

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