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A series of feature-length and classic short films by the legendary comedy team.
"Dirty Work." (1933) Stan and Ollie stir the soot as chimney sweeps.
"Laughing Gravy." (1931) Ever try hiding a hound from a landlord?
In "Pack Up Your Troubles" (1932), Stan and Ollie play WWI draftees trying to locate the relatives of a war orphan (Jacquie Lyn). Donald Dillaway, Mary Carr, Charles Middleton.
"Towed in a Hole" (1933); "Me and My Pal" (1933), about Ollie missing his own wedding; "Our Wife" (1931), in which Ollie gets married.
"Them Thar Hills." (1934) Stan and Ollie clash with bootleggers.
"Bonnie Scotland." (1935) Stan and Ollie stumble through Scotland.
"Tit for Tat." (1935) The two live wires parade as electricians. Mae Busch, Charley Hall.
"Blotto." (1930) Stan's marital happiness is unsettled by Ollie.
"Twin Trouble." (1936) Laurel and Hardy have double trouble when their twin brothers arrive.
"Berth Marks." (1929) A simple train trip puffs into complicated chaos.
"The Fixer Uppers." (1935) Ollie meets an enraged husband in a duel.
"Alter Ego." (1936) Stan and Ollie meet up with their identical twins.
"Brats." (1930) Stan and Ollie romp as two childish daddies with their mischievous sons.
"All Wet" finds Stan and Ollie in Scotland to claim their fortune from the McLaurel estate.
"Blockheads." (1938) Stan and Ollie play World War I buddies who are reunited 20 years later. Mr. Gilbert: Billy Gilbert.
"Smitherines." (1932) Stan and Ollie seek a home for an orphan.
"Beau Hunks." (1931) Ollie and Stan enlist in the service. Will the Army ever recover?
An excerpt from "Pack Up Your Troubles" (1932) features World War I shenanigans with Stan and Ollie.
"Fun on the Run." (1934) A wifeless vacation is the intention.
"In Trouble." (1935) Ollie and Stan are fortune-hunting wayfarers.
"The Hoosegow." (1929) The cutups attempt to cut out of prison. Governor: James Finlayson. Convict: Leo Willis. Sentry: Charley Hall.
Scenes from "Fra Diavolo" (1933) and "Bonnie Scotland" (1935).
"The Chimp." (1932) There's lots of monkey biz when a chimp arrives.
Stan and Ollie find themselves floating adrift with an escaped killer (Dick Cramer) in this excerpt from "Saps at Sea" (1940).
"The Perfect Day" (1929) is not the best choice for a picnic.
"Zenobia." (1939) Life in a Mississippi town circa 1870, with Oliver Hardy (sans Laurel) and Harry Langdon tangling over the affections of an elephant. Mrs. Tibbitt: Billie Burke. Mrs. Carter: Alice Brady. Mary: Jean Parker. Jeff: James Ellison.
"Whatta Stir." (1931) Stan and Ollie play a pair of escaped convicts. James Finlayson.
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