It’s 1927 and astonishingly, we think to ourselves (with the benefit of decades of smug hindsight), the Hal Roach studio still hasn’t figured out that Stan and Ollie belong together. 442 more words
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Slipping Wives (1927). And yes, I am going to blog a review of every single Laurel and Hardy movie. I genuinely think it's a good use of my time.
This is really a Stan Laurel vehicle, though top billing is given to Priscilla Dean. Oliver Hardy is almost unrecognisable as a snooty butler.
Priscilla Dean was a well known star of the silent screen, someone whose achievements have never really translated to subsequent generations. 390 more words
There are other contenders. But here in Duck Soup (1927), Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are teamed up as co-stars for the duration of the two reels. 378 more words
This one is not a Laurel and Hardy movie. The image that you see is a juxtaposition of two separate frames from different scenes. Stan and Ollie do not appear together in the film – it’s just a film that these two actors happened to appear in. 503 more words
This is not a Laurel and Hardy movie. “Laurel and Hardy” do not yet exist. This is a Stan Laurel movie starring a character who is not “Stan Laurel” in which an actor called Oliver Hardy who is not “Oliver Hardy” plays a supporting role. 429 more words