Laurel And Hardy - A Chump At Oxford And Related Shorts - No. 1

Laurel And Hardy - A Chump At Oxford And Related Shorts - No. 1
Laurel And Hardy - A Chump At Oxford And Related Shorts - No. 1

Year

1939

Duration

195 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Short Films

Language

English

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A collection of brilliant comic sketches from the loveable double-act. The main segment, A Chump at Oxford, sees Stan and Ollie foil a bank robbery. As a reward, they're given an education at Oxford University, but, totally out of their depth, the cumbersome twosome soon fall victim to pranks and wind-ups. The chaos is cranked up another few notches when Stan gets a knock on the head and wakes up believing he is an intellectual Lord and athlete extraordinaire.

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