Laurel and Hardy


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Laurel and Hardy

(ˈlɒrəl; ˈhɑːdɪ)
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(Biography) a team of US film comedians, Stan Laurel, 1890–1965, born in Britain, the thin one, and his partner, Oliver Hardy, 1892–1957, the fat one
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Noun1.Laurel and Hardy - United States slapstick comedy duo who made many films together
Hardy, Oliver Hardy - United States slapstick comedian who played the pompous and overbearing member of the Laurel and Hardy duo who made many films (1892-1957)
Arthur Stanley Jefferson Laurel, Stan Laurel, Laurel - United States slapstick comedian (born in England) who played the scatterbrained and often tearful member of the Laurel and Hardy duo who made many films (1890-1965)
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LIVERPOOL'S very own Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society is preparing to mark its 40th anniversary.
"You loved Laurel and Hardy but you never loved me," laments the American as they prepare for their final performances as a double-act.
An afternoon of timeless movies featuring Laurel and Hardy, the greatest double act of all time, is to be screened at Stourbridge Town Hall.
The ex-market trader was one of the first in line to see the film about his heroes Laurel and Hardy.
Members of Paisley's Laurel and Hardy fan club - the Bonnie Scotland tent - gathered for the first screening of the iconic duo's biopic: Stan and Ollie.
[USA], Jan 16 ( ANI ): American Mythology Comics on Tuesday announced that they will be launching a new Laurel and Hardy series later in the year featuring both new and classic material based on the beloved characters.
The actor also played the role of 'the boyfriend' in Laurel and Hardy's first film together - Lucky Dog.
Reilly and Steve Coogan display impressive comedy timing while replicating Laurel and Hardy's superbly choreographed slapstick.
Laurel and Hardy are two of cinema's biggest names but they don't command the financial clout of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton or Harold Lloyd because they don't own their pictures.
Laurel and Hardy are two of cinema's biggest names but don't command the financial clout of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton or Harold Lloyd because they don't own their pictures.
It's easy to get overwhelmed and when something like, say, a late-career Laurel and Hardy biopic comes along, you'd be forgiven for thinking it easy to dismiss, or at least put off.