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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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Considered as the Marx Brothers at their best - this outing sees Groucho attempt to bring Milan's finest opera stars to New York.
Classic 1940s comedy about a rich, clueless guy fooled by a glamorous con-woman he meets on his way back from an Amazon expedition.
He might not be as famous as his contemporaries Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, but Harold Lloyd was still the clown prince of silent slapstick.
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