Laurel And Hardy - Sons Of The Desert

Laurel And Hardy - Sons Of The Desert
Laurel And Hardy - Sons Of The Desert

Year

1933

Duration

64 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In what is often regarded as much-loved comedy duo Laurel and Hardy's finest film, the hapless pair sneak away from their wives for an annual get-together with their pals under the pretence of going on a recuperative cruise. Much slapstick mayhem ensues - but the wives are tipped off to the ruse and on their return, it looks like there's hell to pay. For comedians best-known for physical comedy, the film has a surprising amount of snappy dialogue, and it's a sign of the esteem their fans hold the movie in that the International Laurel & Hardy Society, the Sons of the Desert, take their name from it.

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