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On The Loose. 41 Seconds of Laurel and Hardy

As a Laurel and Hardy completist, I’m obligated to watch films where Stan and Ollie only make cameo appearances.

On the Loose (1931) is a good example. 489 more words

My interview with Laurel & Hardy biographer Randy Skretvedt - October, 1987

With the publication of Randy Skretvedt’s epic “Ultimate Edition” of his book Laurel & Hardy: The Magic Behind The Movies, it’s time for another of my shout-out, name-dropping, bragging-rights stories. 1,344 more words

Randy Skretvedt's LAUREL & HARDY: THE MAGIC BEHIND THE MOVIES - ULTIMATE EDITION - Manna from heaven for L&H buffs

As a feverish Laurel & Hardy buff, when I read Randy Skretvedt’s Laurel & Hardy: The Magic Behind the Movies in 1987, I didn’t think that any L&H biography could top it. 278 more words

Laurel & Hardy in OUR RELATIONS (1936) - Two Laurel & Hardys for the price of one

The following is my second of two contributions to the Dual Roles Blogathon, being held Sept. 30 through Oct. 2, 2016 by, appropriately enough, dual bloggers:  410 more words

The Stolen Jools. All of 1931 Hollywood in 2 Reels. Part of why Laurel and Hardy is great.

The only reason why anyone would find themselves watching The Stolen Jools (1931) is if, like me, they are a Laurel and Hardy completist and want to ensure that no precious moments of Stan and Ollie screen time are allowed to go unseen.   475 more words