Laurel and Hardy – March of the Wooden Soldiers

Laurel and Hardy – March of the Wooden Soldiers
Laurel and Hardy – March of the Wooden Soldiers

Year

1934

Duration

78 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Of course Laurel & Hardy have a Christmas movie! And this is it. Our duo play a pair of toymakers in Toyland. Unfortunately they're not very good at their job and when Santa tells them to make 600 one foot high soldiers, they make 100 six foot high soldiers instead. Their mini army isn’t much use as gifts, but they do come in handy when Little Bo Peep needs to be defended from hoards of invading furry bogeymen. Classic Christmas fun.

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