We have had so many requests for more Larry Semon that we have decided to release this reference set. We would not ordinarily sell a DVD with so many video transfers, but your requests have been extraordinary, so here you are. All of the titles on this two-disc set have been transferred from video sources.
Laurel and Hardy were a motion picture comedy team whose official filmography consists of films released from and B In addition to these, Laurel and Hardy appeared in at least 20 foreign-language versions of their films and a promotional film, Galaxy of Starsmade for European film distributors. Stan Laurel — and Oliver Hardy — were established as film comedians prior to their teaming, with Laurel appearing in over 50 silent films and Hardy in over
Reilly decide to delight the clerk with a bit of business. Dusting off an old routine, Stan bumbles his way through the lobby carrying way too many pieces of luggage while Ollie grows increasingly impatient. We never get anybody famous staying here.
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Not everyone in the Spring Chicken Community is a Laurel and Hardy fan, but many share fond memories of the comedy duo:. Laurel and Hardy were always so funny. Great fun, and innocent pleasures. Those who grew up laughing at the slapstick antics of the hapless pair share an appreciation of the timeless, innocent fun.
Do you know that many movies of this great couple has been found and restored? We hope to have soon all collections in dvds… but shhhhhhhh. Titre Original : Great Guns.
Well-rehearsed performance chemistry is merely a veneer behind which the two veterans, as tenderly played by Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly, find themselves struggling to click. That the story of two stars once among the surest commercial bets in Classical Hollywood has become a low-key arthouse item is an irony that plays right into the wistful nostalgia of Jon S. Still, a gig is a gig, and a pro is a pro.