Laurel And Hardy - The Original Brats And More Hal Roach

Laurel And Hardy - The Original Brats And More Hal Roach
Laurel And Hardy - The Original Brats And More Hal Roach

Year

1930

Duration

21 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Short Films

Language

English

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In the original cut of this 1930 comedy short, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy play a pair of fathers whose wives have gone out for the evening and left them to baby-sit. The twist is that the children are also played by Stan and Ollie, who have a riot mucking about on the oversized sets as they proceed to cause havoc. In addition to more films from the iconic double-act, this collection also contains a few of legendary producer Hal Roach's non-Laurel and-Hardy comedies from the silent era.

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