Laurel and Hardy

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A candid shot of Hollywood legend Stan Laurel relaxing at his Malibu apartment, circa Laurel And Hardy, Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy, Great Comedies, Classic Comedies, Classic Films, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Old Hollywood, Celebrity Yearbook Photos

Letters From Stan - 1957

Stan Laurel On His BalconyStan Laurel, surviving member of the great comedy team of Laurel and Hardy, relaxes on the sun porch of his apartment on the beach at Malibu, Calif. The wry-faced comic, shows the effects of a stroke which incapacitated him two years ago, but his face lights up with his famous, wide-angle grin as he talks about his long partnership with “Babe” Hardy. He spends a lot of time just relaxing and soaking up the sun. December 1957

Nothing But Trouble Laurel and Hardy movie poster Great Comedies, Classic Comedies, Classic Films, Funny Comedy, Comedy Movies, Film Movie, Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy, Laurel Und Hardy, Metro Goldwyn Mayer

Nothing But Trouble

''Nothing But Trouble - LES CUISTOTS DE LA MAJESTE'' Belgian 1944 movie poster. (b).

Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy and Jean Harlow in "Double Whoopee", 1929 Laurel And Hardy, Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy, Great Comedies, Classic Comedies, Classic Movies, Jean Harlow, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Hollywood Stars


A teenage Jean Harlow, with Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy in “Double Whoopee” (1929.)

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Laurel and Hardy (@Stan_And_Ollie)

The latest Tweets from Laurel and Hardy (@Stan_And_Ollie). Keeping the memory and works of Laurel & Hardy alive for future generations to enjoy. Worldwide

Way Out West is a Laurel and Hardy comedy film released in It was directed by James W. Horne, produced by Stan Laurel and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Laurel And Hardy, Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy, Classic Movie Posters, Classic Movies, Old Movies, Vintage Movies, Vintage Posters, Vintage Tv, I Movie

Laurel y Hardy en el Oeste (1937)

Stan y Ollie acuden a Brushwood Gulch para entregarle a la hija de un buscador de oro la escritura de propiedad de la mina. Al ser engañados por el propietario del salón y su mujer, deciden recuperar el documento empleando el procedimiento de los rateros: cuerdas, poleas... ¡y una mula! (FILMAFFINITY)