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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Stan, who became a huge star alongside comedy sidekick Oliver Hardy in the 1920s, died in 1965, aged 74.
A WORLDWIDE search by Hollywood directors for an Oliver Hardy look-alike has ended in Liverpool.
It beggars belief that government now advises us to change energy companies to save on bills when Smart Meters are not even compatible between the various energy companies - "That's another fine mess you have got me into" as Oliver Hardy would have said - previous Secretaries of State for Energy and Climate Change such as Chris Huhne, Edward Davey and Amber Rudd have a lot to answer for.
It beggars belief that government now advises us to change energy companies to save on bills when Smart Meters are not even compatible between the various energy companies - "That's another fine mess you've got me into", as Oliver Hardy would have said - previous Secretaries of State for Energy and Climate Change such as Chris Huhne, Edward Davey and Amber Rudd have a lot to answer for.
A J Marriot, who has written seven books on Stan and his comedy partner Oliver Hardy and from 2002 until last year was editor of the Laurel and Hardy magazine, is selling the lots.
1957: Oliver Hardy, the comedian who, with his partner Stan Laurel, formed one of the most successful double acts of all time, died.
After coming off stage in 1953, Oliver Hardy said to her: "You did well there Pat.
Q I have some autographs including a piece of paper signed by Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
Since Laurel and Hardy were at the zenith of their careers in the 30s, it was highly unlikely that Oliver Hardy emulated a little known Austrian rabble-rouser, who was hell-bent on pursuing a pipedream of extreme German nationalism.
THE comic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, starring in a film as travelling salesmen, parked their car outside a house, walked up the garden path, and Oliver, the pompous brainy one, knocked on the door.
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy - whose most famous catchphrase is "Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into" - wouldn't be the obvious choice for a Premier League footballer.