Laurel & Hardy

53. The Stolen Jools (1931)

Filmed early 1931.   Released April 4th 1931.   Two Reels. Although Chickens Come Home was the first Laurel and Hardy picture to be released in 1931, it wasn't the first that the boys filmed. At the very start of the year Stan and Babe were loaned out, free of charge, to appear in a film that… Continue reading 53. The Stolen Jools (1931)

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50. Another Fine Mess (1930)

Filming began 22nd September, 1930. Released 29th November, 1930. Three reels. "Mr Laurel and Mr Hardy have many ups and downs...                                                               Mr. Hardy takes charge… Continue reading 50. Another Fine Mess (1930)

Laurel & Hardy

49. Pardon Us (1930)

Since their official teaming in 'The Second Hundred Years' (1927), Laurel and Hardy's star had been continually rising. By the end of 1930, their two and three-reelers, in multiple languages, were universally loved by audiences, as well as the majority of critics all around the world. Their popularity was such that their short subjects were even… Continue reading 49. Pardon Us (1930)

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43. Night Owls (1930)

After their brief sojourn at MGM, filming 'The Rogue Song', the boys were soon back in front of the cameras at the Hal Roach 'Lot of Fun' for business as usual...and that business was 'Night Owls'. The story of 'Night Owls' is an interesting one, as Laurel & Hardy historians, including  Randy Skretvedt, Glenn Mitchell… Continue reading 43. Night Owls (1930)