Laurel & Hardy

36. Berth Marks (1929)

Laurel and Hardy's second outing in the world of talking pictures, couldn't be much more different than their first. Where 'Unaccustomed As We Are' was a film that was self-consciously all about dialogue, 'Berth Marks' returns the boys back to basics, back to films packed with visual gags. In a way, I found this a… Continue reading 36. Berth Marks (1929)

Laurel & Hardy

35. Unaccustomed As We Are (1929)

This is such an interesting little film. Laurel & Hardy's very first talking picture, 'Unaccustomed As We Are' is a truly historic and pivotal moment in the boys' career and one can only wonder at the anxieties Mr. Laurel and Mr. Hardy must have felt leading up to the filming and ultimately the release of… Continue reading 35. Unaccustomed As We Are (1929)