Oliver Hardy


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Noun1.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)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)
Laurel and Hardy - United States slapstick comedy duo who made many films together
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1957: Oliver Hardy, the comedian who, with his partner Stan Laurel, formed one of the most successful double acts of all time, died.
Stephen Mulhern, Dumbarton, said: "West Brom were upset at the lack of game time at Celtic but after witnessing his performances in the Hoops it was more like watching Oliver Hardy up front.
AFFECTIONATE biopic of English and American comedy duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. In 1953, Stan (Steve Coogan) and Oliver (John C Reilly) tour the UK and Ireland with a stage show.
In 1953, Stan Laurel (Steve Coogan) and Oliver Hardy (John C Reilly) tour the UK and Ireland with a stage show of skits that promises to let them "go out with a bang...
The duo - Englishman Stan Laurel and American Oliver Hardy - teamed up in 1921 and made more than 100 films over the next 30 years, including Way Out West and The Music Box.
Reilly as Oliver Hardy and Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel
One of Hollywood's greatest comedy double acts Stan Laurel (Steve Coogan) and Oliver Hardy (John C.
Producers chose Pinewood Studios for scenes where Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy walk through the legendary Hal Roach backlot, due to its period architecture.
Reilly and Steve Coogan as Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel, respectively, in 'Stan and Ollie.'
Slapstick kings Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy had a secret third man at their side as they starred in 50 films that would make them famous the world over.
Although never referred to by name, the he of the eponymous "he" is comedian Stan Laurel, who with Oliver Hardy, was half of Laurel and Hardy, one of the most successful and beloved comic teams in the early 20th century.