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The Bohemian Girl

Laurel and Hardy's comedy, The Bohemian Girl
The Bohemian Girl (1936) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Mae Busch, James Finlayson, Thelma Todd  Many people think of The Bohemian Girl as the answer to the trivia question, “What was Thelma Todd‘s final film?”  €”And that’s a crying shame.  The Bohemian Girl is actually one of my...
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Laurel and Hardy and Friends

Laurel and Hardy and Friends - DVD cover
Laurel and Hardy and Friends – 10th entry in the Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy  In short, Laurel and Hardy and Friends is supposed to be the 10th edition of The Lost Films of Laurel and Hardy – but in truth, there are only two Laurel and Hardy films here – Be...
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The Devil’s Brother (1933), also known as Fra Diavolo and Bogus Bandits

Stanlio and Ollio (Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy) in Fra Diavola, The Devil's Brother, Bogus Bandits
Fra Diavolo, aka. The Devil’€™s Brother, reissued as Bogus Bandits, starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Dennis King, Thelma Todd, James Finlayson In The Devil’€™s Brother (also known as Fra Diavolo, and reissued in 1951 as Bogus Bandits, the setting is the north of Italy in the 1700’€™s, where a famous bandit, Fra Diavolo (aka. the...
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Chickens Come Home (1931)

Chickens Come Home - Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel
Chickens Come Home (1931) – €”Laurel and Hardy short film, starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Thelma Todd, Mae Busch, James Finlayson Chickens Come Home is a very funny Laurel and Hardy short film, where Oliver Hardy plays a successful businessman (running a “€œhigh class”€ fertilizer business), with a loving and beautiful wife (played by...
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Unaccustomed As We Are

Unaccustomed as we are (1929), starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Mae Busch, Edgar Kennedy
movie review for Laurel and Hardy‘s first speaking film, Unaccustomed As We Are (1929) starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Mae Busch, Thelma Todd Unaccustomed As We Are is remembered primarily as the first talking film by the great comedy duo of Laurel and Hardy, and this is correct – €”however,...
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