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Laughing Gravy

On my first day off from both jobs for quite some time, I thought I’d catch up on a few things I never have time for anymore … watching movies.   126 more words

The All New Adventures of Laurel & Hardy: For Love or Mummy -1999

If you frequented my last site, before it was so rudely taken away form me, you have heard me make mention of the fact that much of my mom influenced my current tastes in movies. 1,818 more words

Movie Reviews


I remember reading somewhere a long time ago that one of the keys to good health was having at least 3 belly laughs a day. 296 more words


A Plan to Reduce Violence and Anger Throughout the World

All computer and phone manufacturers would include a link to the following video on their products. When anyone felt the urge to commit an act of violence or perform some other regrettable action in the heat of anger, they would first watch these gentlemen sing their song all the way through.


Laurel & Hardy in BONNIE SCOTLAND (1935) - The scriptwriters should have spent a wee bit more time on it

I couldn’t begin to defend Bonnie Scotland as one of Laurel & Hardy’s best-structured features. The movie takes Stan and Ollie from America to Scotland to India with all the logic of Stanley’s garbled brainpower after Ollie instructs him to “Tell me that again.” Subplots spring up and die like so much crabgrass. 420 more words


Smiley Culture - Sounds, July 21, 1984

“Sweet as a nut? Just level vibes, seen?”

Recognise the refrain? No!
Where have you been? perhaps having an enforced holiday at the hands of what Smiley Culture calls, in his opus of dual interpretation, either “Old Bill” or, more appropriately, “Dirty Babylon”. 1,379 more words