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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: 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: 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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Modern Times

Modern Times

Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin's last outing as the Little Tramp, puts the iconic character to work as a giddily inept factory employee who becomes smitten with a gorgeous gamine (Paulette Goddard). With its barrage of unforgettable gags and sly commentary on class struggle during the Great Depression, Modern Times—though made almost a decade into the talkie era and containing moments of sound (even song!)—is a timeless showcase of Chaplin's untouchable genius as a director of ...

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Rainbow Ranch

Rainbow Ranch

An emergency at his Aunt's ranch gets Ed Randall leave from the Navy. He returns to find the water cut off and her note due the next day. When the man he seeks legal advice from is murdered, Ed is accused and he now finds himself in jail with a lynch mob forming outside.

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The Adventurer

The Adventurer

The Little Tramp escapes from prison; saves a girl and her mother from drowning; and creates havoc at a swank party.

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The Circus

The Circus

Virtually a lost Chaplin film for half-a-century -- despite getting him an Oscar in 1928 -- THE CIRCUS was also the last of the movie legend's light efforts, with no higher purpose to its comedy than to make people laugh often and hard. A little tramp (Charlie Chaplin) accidentally falls in with a down-on-its-luck circus and his acrobatic and comedic skills start drawing audiences to the big-top in droves, but not without a bittersweet brush ...

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The Iron Mask

The Iron Mask

In this exciting adventure sequel to "The Three Musketeers", Douglas Fairbanks sails back into action in the role he made famous, and this time the mature D-Artagnan has his work cut out for him. With a dasterly plot threatening the future of France, D'Artagnan soon calls upon the aid of his old Musketeer comrades, Athos, Aramis, and Porthos to help him restore order to the land.

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