History Creator / LaurelAndHardy

26th Mar '17 6:46:32 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''Film/RobinsonCrusoeland'' (1951)
27th Feb '17 11:00:15 AM jamespolk
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* CallBack: In ''Tit for Tat'', the sign on Stan and Ollie's store says "Open for Film/BigBusiness".



* EnemyEatsYourLunch: In ''Tit for Tat,'' Laurel and Hardy would steal and eat a marshmallow from their neighbor's grocery store everytime they went inside to inflict some sort of revenge on him in their EscalatingWar. HilarityEnsues when the marshmallows get spiked with alum.



* FailedASpotCheck: In ''Tit For Tat'', Stan and Ollie are so focused on their feud with the grocer next door, they completely overlook the shoplifter ransacking their own shop. Even when he's loading the entire contents into a removal van.
27th Feb '17 10:55:56 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/TitForTat'' (1935)
18th Feb '17 1:01:32 PM TMNTFanGirl
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Stan Laurel[[note]]born Arthur Stanley Jefferson[[/note]] (June 16, 1890 February 23, 1965) and Oliver Hardy[[note]]born Norvell Hardy[[/note]] (January 18, 1892 August 7, 1957) were an early 20th century comedy DoubleAct famous for visual-slapstick humour. Among the most enduringly famous of Laurel and Hardy's works are ''Film/TheMusicBox'', which features two workers' Sisyphean attempts to move a piano up several flights of stairs, and ''Film/BabesInToyland''.

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Stan Laurel[[note]]born Arthur Stanley Jefferson[[/note]] (June 16, 1890 February 23, 1965) and Oliver "Ollie" Hardy[[note]]born Norvell Hardy[[/note]] (January 18, 1892 August 7, 1957) were an early 20th century comedy DoubleAct famous for visual-slapstick humour. Among the most enduringly famous of Laurel and Hardy's works are ''Film/TheMusicBox'', which features two workers' Sisyphean attempts to move a piano up several flights of stairs, and ''Film/BabesInToyland''.
25th Jan '17 12:54:10 PM eroock
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* StrippingSnag: In the 1929 short ''Double Whoopee'' Creator/JeanHarlow's dress gets caught in the car door in the 1929 Creator/LaurelAndHardy
20th Jan '17 2:38:07 PM john_e
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* CallBack: In ''Tit for Tat'', the sign on Stan and Ollie's store says "Open for Film/BigBusiness".
20th Jan '17 2:28:39 PM john_e
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** Also occurs in ''Scram!'', where Judge Beaumont's wife (who is drunk) sets off Stan and Ollie (who aren't).

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** Also occurs in ''Scram!'', where Judge Beaumont's wife (who is drunk) UnsuspectinglySoused) sets off Stan and Ollie (who aren't).


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* UnsuspectinglySoused: Mae Busch's character in ''Them Thar Hills'' (thanks to moonshiners dumping their brew into the well); Mrs Beaumont in ''Scram!''
20th Jan '17 12:12:30 PM john_e
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* EngineeredHeroics: In ''Night Owls'', Officer Kennedy blackmails Stan and Ollie into breaking into the police chief's house, so that he can stage their arrest and win the chief's favour. It doesn't work out quite that way.

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* EngineeredHeroics: In ''Night Owls'', Officer Kennedy blackmails Stan and Ollie into breaking into [[DaChief the police chief's chief]]'s house, so that he can stage their arrest and win the chief's favour. It doesn't work out quite that way.
18th Jan '17 2:53:18 PM jamespolk
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* {{Blackface}}: In ''Pardon Us'' Stan and Ollie use this not for entertainment, but to hide out on a plantation amongst black cotton-pickers, after they've escaped from prison.
16th Jan '17 12:40:26 PM john_e
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* FailedASpotCheck: In ''Tit For Tat'', Stan and Ollie are so focused on their feud with the grocer next door, they completely overlook the shoplifter ransacking their own shop. Even when he's loading the entire contents into a removal van.
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