28. Liberty (1929)

'Liberty' is a great comedy and, for me, ranks in the top four of Laurel & Hardy's silent shorts. It's strange in a way, when you think that a good portion of the film was actually the unwanted bits, the cast-offs from their previous outing. That may seem remarkable, but it's absolutely true. A number … Continue reading 28. Liberty (1929)

13. The Second Hundred Years (1927)

"New starring team uncorks riotous performance in first picture as comedy duo", was the headline of the Roach Studios' Press Sheet for Stan and Babe's thirteenth film in which they appeared together. Yes, finally somebody at the studio had realised just how good the boys were together (when they were actually 'together' and not trying to … Continue reading 13. The Second Hundred Years (1927)