Laurel And Hardy - Laughing Gravy

Laurel And Hardy - Laughing Gravy
Laurel And Hardy - Laughing Gravy

Year

1931

Duration

31 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Stan and Ollie, arguably the best comic pairing in film history, continue their farcical shenanigans here. This outing focuses on their fight to keep hold of their pet dog, "Laughing Gravy", after their landlord throws the mutt out. In a brilliant slapstick sequence, the duo run around in terrible weather, trying to smuggle the dog back indoors. Once the chaos has subsided, Stan is given an almighty dilemma: whether to sacrifice his friendship with Oliver in exchange for a huge fortune.

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