Arthur Stanley Jefferson and Oliver Norvell Hardy both spent their boyhoods working in music halls. They were seasoned veterans by the time they appeared together in the silent film "The Lucky Dog." At the time, both of them were working as all- purpose comics at the Hal Roach Studios. Not until they were paired up did magic and stardom happen. Within a year of the daysthey created Ollie the childishly bossy man who barely tolerated his friend Stanley, the pair was on their way to legendary status. This DVD set spans more than 40 years of their lives in film.
1950 Approx. 82 Min.
2. FLYING DEUCES
1939 Approx. 68 Min.
3. MARCH OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS
1934 Approx. 77 Min.
4. (PART 1) BE BIG! 1930
(PART 2) THE LUCKY DOG
1921 Approx. 1 Hour.
5. (PART 1) THIS IS YOUR LIFE 1955
(PART 2) LAUREL & HARDY AT THE MOVIES
2003 Approx. 1 Hour.
RUNNING TIME APPROX. 5 HOURS 47 MIN.
excellent sauf labgage anglais seulement mais annonce bilinguePublished 9 months ago by Jacques Casavant
No offence,but I couldn't agree more with most everyone else who's rated this collection.It just isn't right without Sons Of The Desert,Way Out West,The Music Box and Another Fine... Read morePublished on June 21 2004 by John Profetto
Currently available through amazon.co.uk is a 21 DVD set of Laurel And Hardy - remastered with oodles of extras including colorized versions and running 3 hours or more for each... Read morePublished on June 11 2004 by T. Nicholas Moroney
How complete a collection of their classics could this be without their masterpiece WAY OUT WEST??? I am constantly amazed that this film is still not available on DVD! Read morePublished on April 25 2004 by Tom Burkert
I am not rating the DVD because I haven't purchased it. I have seen all their films, and have many of them on Super8mm sound - Way Out West, Brats, Music Box, Our Relations, March... Read morePublished on March 5 2004 by Peter Hoover
Strongly-written review, obviously by a man who knows his stuff. I wouldn't buy this set with Iraqi paper money.Published on Sept. 6 2003 by PETE CRONBURG
When I add a DVD to my humble collection, I expect to learn something historical about the making of the film. Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2003 by William A. Cooper
Laurel and Hardy at their best are great. At their worst they're terrible. These movies are as bad as it gets. Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2003 by Oliver VIII