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45 Minutes from Hollywood

45 Minutes from Hollywood

A young man visiting Hollywood on family business gets into trouble when he sees a bank robbery in progress, and thinks it is a movie scene.

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A Man About Town

A Man About Town

A feckless young man who wishes to switch from one streetcar to another is told to follow a pretty young lady-- so he follows her all over town.

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Air Raid Wardens

Air Raid Wardens

A pair of bumblers stumble upon Nazi spies on the home front.

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Babes in Toyland

Babes in Toyland

Imagine an enchanted fantasy world of timeless characters and magical moments where nothing goes right for toy makers, Stannie Dum and Ollie Dee.

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Block-Heads

Block-Heads

A reworking of elements from the Laurel and Hardy shorts We Faw Down (1928) and Unaccustomed As We Are (1929), Block-Heads was producer Hal Roach's final film for MGM, and was one of Laurel and Hardy's most successful films.

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Bonnie Scotland

Bonnie Scotland

Two Americans in search of a Scottish inheritance wind up serving with the British in India.

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County Hospital

County Hospital

Ollie is in the hospital with a broken leg. Stan comes to visit him and all chaos breaks loose.

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Days Of Thrills & Laughter

Days Of Thrills & Laughter

A look at silent film comedies and thrillers from early in the century through the 1920s.

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Detained

Detained

It's in prison that the bulk of this film takes place. A minor thrill gag in which Stan Laurel moves out of danger several times just before being caught: in one case he keeps sitting in an electric chair that is being tested, and in another, a fellow con who is escaping swings a pickax against a wall.

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Do You Love Your Wife?

Do You Love Your Wife?

"A vivid, gripping, gosh-awful story of intrigue, devotion and indigestion." Well maybe not all that but DO YOU LOVE YOUR WIFE? does mark one of Stan Laurel's earliest starring roles. He plays a goofy janitor who stumbles into a lover's quarrel. When the cuckolded wife runs out of bullets, Stan helpfully runs out to the street to filch an extra gun from a neighborhood cop.

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Frauds and Frenzies

Frauds and Frenzies

The story is of two convicts always trying to escape, until one day when they actually manage to. They meet up with a girl and become rivals for her charms.

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Frozen Hearts

Frozen Hearts

In the trembling Russian village of Popoffski, a young woman (Katherine Grant) is wooed by a hopeful lover, the son of a humble pool shark (Stan) right under the very nose of her father. When the man proposes marriage to her the father is happy to let her go, seeing as he has nine other children to worry about. As the couple celebrate their love for one another they are approached by a military officer ...

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Get 'Em Young

Get 'Em Young

Stan Laurel stars in this 1926 silent short film.

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Golden Age of Comedy

Golden Age of Comedy

A compilation of clips from the great comedians of the silent era.

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Half a Man

Half a Man

Laurel plays Winchell McSweeney, whose fisherman parents forced him to leave home and make it on his own when they can no longer afford to keep supporting him. He takes a boat out of the village, but accidentally sets the ship on fire when he attempts to take a photograph of the passengers. The women end up on the island with McSweeney, and is constantly pursued by them, including one Amazon-size girl.

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Hollywood Party

Hollywood Party

The screen's great Schnarzan (Jimmy Durante) wants to wow the visiting Baron Munchausen by throwing him a big, bustling Tinseltown bash. Hollywood Party is the wild, wildly inconsistent but ever fun musical-novelty result, spiked with a color cartoon insert from Walt Disney, muscled up with Schnarzan's lion-wrasslin, and thronged with Hollywood's most notable talent.

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Hollywood Without Make-Up

Hollywood Without Make-Up

In this special, Ken Murray hosts his own behind-the-scenes home movies of some of Hollywood's greatest stars.

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Huns and Hyphens

Huns and Hyphens

This film represents one of Larry Semon's pro-war films. He is a clumsy guy working in a restaurant and oddly, everyone who works in the place as well as many of the customers are Kaiser-loving spies. Why they would be headquartered in a restaurant in California, I have no idea! Regardless, their aim is to steal some plans from some old guy and his daughter. When Semon finds out, he comes to the rescue.

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Hustling for Health

Hustling for Health

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Just Rambling Along

Just Rambling Along

A nervy young man follows a pretty lady into a diner to flirt with her, but winds up getting stuck with the tab.

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Kill or Cure

Kill or Cure

Laurel portrays a commercial traveller, hawking a patent medicine cried Professor I.O. Dine's Knox-All: that name is the funniest joke in this movie, which ain't sayin' much. I should point out that this movie dates from 1923, the shank of Prohibition. During Prohibition, quite a lot of Americans purchased patent medicine if it had (ahem!) 'medicinal' properties, so -- if Knox-All contains alcohol.

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Laurel & Hardy: A Chump At Oxford

Laurel & Hardy: A Chump At ...

Two street cleaners inadvertently foil a bank robbery and are rewarded with an education at Oxford University. In a sensational transformation, a bump on the head restores Stan's memory, revealing him to be the lost British athletic and scholastic standout, "Lord Paddington. " This was the pair's first release through United Artists. Following the dissolution of his distribution arrangement with M-G-M, Hal Roach allowed first Laurel's, and next Hardy's contracts to expire. They had long ...

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Laurel & Hardy: Blotto

Laurel & Hardy: Blotto

During Prohibition, Ollie persuades henpecked pal Stan to trick his wife and sneak away from an evening of calm domesticity in favor of forbidden drinking with fellow revelers at a nightclub. The icy, regal countenance of beautiful Anita Garvin provides the penultimate matrimonial opponent. She recalled, "I love the scene with Stan and Babe laughing. I never get tired of watching those two laugh like that…it's contagious…one of the greatest ever. " A huge commercial ...

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Laurel & Hardy: Brats

Laurel & Hardy: Brats

Here the stars played double roles for the first time — themselves and their own sons, for whom they are babysitting while the wives are out. The inviting play-land set for the diminutive pair features gigantic props and furniture built exactly three times scale. Studio alumni remembered seeing those huge, surreal props all around the lot throughout the 1930s, until the government turned it into Fort Roach for World War II. BRATS was reissued in ...

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Laurel & Hardy: Busy Bodies

Laurel & Hardy: Busy Bodies

Carpenters drive to and "work" at a planing mill. Relying heavily on pantomime (Stan speaks only 24 words!), as well as violent but unhurried slapstick, this rates as one of the team's finest shorts. When fans wrote to Laurel late in life and asked for recommendations, he would often say BUSY BODIES and TOWED IN A HOLE. Curiously they were made within a year of one another, and have the same tructure — Laurel & ...

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Laurel & Hardy: Flying Deuces

Laurel & Hardy: Flying Deuces

Ollie's broken heart puts Laurel and Hardy in the Foreign Legion. They are assigned to laundry duty and before long the laundry goes up in smoke. They are eventually arrested for desertion and are sentenced to be shot. The pair escapes a firing squad by tunneling out, only to crash in a plane, resulting in a funny and touching end.

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Laurel & Hardy: Helpmates

Laurel & Hardy: Helpmates

Ollie, panic-stricken and hungover, phones Stan to help him clean up the morning after a wild party, ahead of his wife who is returning home earlier than expected. Naturally, their housecleaning efforts fail in spectacular fashion. Filmed in a five-room bungalow erected and furnished on a corner of the studio, as though it were part of the Culver City neighborhood nearby. This stratagem required exercising extreme precaution, because the script called for burning the house ...

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Laurel & Hardy: Pardon Us

Laurel & Hardy: Pardon Us

Developed as a two-reeler spoofing prison pictures, the project grew into Laurel & Hardy's first feature film at Roach. For years, their popular shorts were billed above the feature attraction on theatre marquees, so, at last, they appeared in a full-length movie themselves. Imaginative individual set pieces are among the fellows' funniest and most endearing, including a prison-school sequence meant to echo the shorts being made by Our Gang at the time. Listen carefully early ...

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Laurel & Hardy: The Bohemian Girl

Laurel & Hardy: The Bohemia...

A gypsy caravan encamped near a castle gets even with the nobleman who hates them by kidnapping his child and raising her as their own. In the end she is revealed to be a princess just in time to save her beloved guardians, Stan and Ollie. This marked the fourth time Laurel & Hardy appeared in a feature based on an operetta. Between musical interludes, there are some terrific comic sequences with Stan trying to ...

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Laurel & Hardy: The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case

Laurel & Hardy: The Laurel-...

In order to claim an inheritance, the boys present themselves at a creaky, bat-filled mansion on a stormy night. The blockbuster of all Laurel & Hardy shorts was, surprisingly, this playedstraight spoof of old dark-house horror chillers. It grossed almost four times as much as ANOTHER FINE MESS, clearly a superior picture. The only explanation must be the many special, multiple, phonetic language versions that were made, and, most especially, the clever title, which foretold ...

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Laurel & Hardy: Tit for Tat

Laurel & Hardy: Tit for Tat

In the team's only sequel (to THEM THAR HILLS), they set up an electrical supplies store, but then discover a belligerent old adversary runs the neighboring grocery. The film received an Oscar® nomination for Best Live Action Short Subject. Providing a marvelous running gag is Bobby Dunn ("How d'ya do?") as the thorough shoplifter. Also featuring Charlie Hall and Mae Busch. With perennial nemesis Hall accusing Hardy of philandering, how one line got past censors ...

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Mandarin Mix-Up

Mandarin Mix-Up

Stan Laurel plays a Chinese laundryman and he displays some good physical slapstick reminiscent of his days with the Karno troupe in England.

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Mud and Sand

Mud and Sand

Rhubarb Vaselino lives in a small village, when he and his friend, Sapo, enter a bullfighting contest, Sapo dies, but Rhubarb kills three bulls and becomes a local hero earning money. Two years later, he is living in Madrid as a national hero, when he becomes involved with Filet de Sol, and his lover finds out, he must fight the deadliest in Spain, in the last bull fight of the season.

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Navy blue days

Navy blue days

Stationed in a Latin American country, sailor Stan is lonely and wants company. He tries to get his Chief to bring him along to a dinner the Chief has been invited to, but the Chief wants nothing to do with Stan.

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Near Dublin

Near Dublin

In Shitlalah where Carrigan (Stan Laurel) works as a postman, quarrels and parties all end up in the same way: everybody gets beat up with bricks. Directed by Ralph Ceder, an extremely prolific maker of comedic shorts in the 1920s and early-1930s.

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Night Owls

Night Owls

A failed cop persuades two vagrants that they should pretend to rob a house so he can capture the thieves and take credit for it. But the burglary is bungled; the residence they select is owned by the chief of police.

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Nothing But Trouble

Nothing But Trouble

A story about a yuppie couple who gets busted for speeding in a small town and enter a comic nightmare as they try to escape from the town's ancient judge and his law-and-order Sheriff.

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Oranges and Lemons

Oranges and Lemons

After getting into a scuffle with his boss and some co-workers, an orange packer tries to help another co-worker, only to wind up in a conflict with him as well. Trying to elude his boss, he heads inside the packing house, and visits with the women who are packing fruit into cases. Then he heads to a storage area, and tries to use the machinery to escape his pursuers

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Pack Up Your Troubles

Pack Up Your Troubles

From the digitally restored sound era films of the Hal Roach library: Laurel and Hardy are left with an orphaned baby after her father, "Eddie Smith" is killed during war. The pair's search for the baby's grandfather is complicated by the fact that Smith is a common surname.

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