History YMMV / LaurelAndHardy

12th Apr '16 12:45:34 PM GothicProphet
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*** When the solution to Ollie's maritial problems (according to Stan) is to adopt a baby, they retrn to surprise Ollie's wife with the new baby, only to find her gone. It is revealed that she wants to divorce Ollie, and is suing Stan for ''the alienation of Ollie's affections!'' And when Stan tries to leave too, it leads to the following exchange which has hilarious amounts of DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything.

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*** When the solution to Ollie's maritial marital problems (according to Stan) is to adopt a baby, they retrn return to surprise Ollie's wife with the new baby, only to find her gone. It is revealed that she wants to divorce Ollie, and is suing Stan for ''the alienation of Ollie's affections!'' And when Stan tries to leave too, it leads to the following exchange which has hilarious amounts of DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything.
6th Feb '16 11:02:17 AM Freshmeat
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* MagnumOpus: ''Film/TheMusicBox'' for the duo-Laurel even considered it the best out of all the 106 films they made, and many fans agree. ''Film/BigBusiness'' could also qualify as their best silent effort, or ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZ_JZBCkqvA Two Tars.]]'' And ''Way Out West'' or ''Film/SonsOfTheDesert'' can qualify for the best of their feature films.
30th Jan '16 4:24:26 PM Chiropteru
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--->'''Stanley''': Well I'm going to lose my hook, like and sinker.

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--->'''Stanley''': Well I'm going I don't want to lose my hook, like and sinker.
30th Jan '16 4:19:31 PM Chiropteru
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--->'''Ollie''': But we won't go into that.

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--->'''Ollie''': But Well, we won't go into that.
9th Dec '15 12:43:42 PM bookwormgirlLH
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***When the solution to Ollie's maritial problems (according to Stan) is to adopt a baby, they retrn to surprise Ollie's wife with the new baby, only to find her gone. It is revealed that she wants to divorce Ollie, and is suing Stan for ''the alienation of Ollie's affections!'' And when Stan tries to leave too, it leads to the following exchange which has hilarious amounts of DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything.
--->'''Stanley''': Well, I'll be seeing you.
--->'''Oliver''': Where are you going?
--->'''Stanley''': Just going down...
--->'''Oliver''': Well you can't leave me alone here with this child.
--->'''Stanley''': Why?
--->'''Oliver''': Why? Well you're just as much responsible for it as I am.
--->'''Stanley''': What have I got to do with it?
--->'''Oliver''': What have you got to do with it? What have YOU got to do with it? Why you were the one who wanted me to have a baby, and now that you've gotten me into this trouble, you want to walk out and leave me flat.
--->'''Stanley''': But I don't know anything about babies.
--->'''Oliver''': Well you should have thought of that before we got it.
--->'''Stanley''': I don't wanna get mixed up in this thing. I've got my future, my career to think of.
--->'''Oliver''': Your career. What about me? What will my friends say? Why I'll be ostricized.
--->'''Stanley''': Well I'm going to lose my hook, like and sinker.
--->'''Oliver''': So, you're going to desert me, just when I need you most.
--->[''Stan hurtles towards the door, Ollie runs and beats him to it'']
--->'''Oliver''': You're not leaving this room.
9th Dec '15 12:33:42 PM bookwormgirlLH
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**''Their First Mistake'' probably has the most Ho Yay out of everything they made.
***One scene has Stan and Ollie rolling around on Stan's bed like bored kids. And then they start talking about the argument Ollie has just had with his wife, and this happens.
--->'''Ollie''': She says I think more of you than I do of her.
--->'''Stan''': Well you do, don't you?
--->'''Ollie''': But we won't go into that.
**It's common for Stan and Ollie to share a bed in a totally platonic way, but when sometimes when they sleep together, they look a little too cosy...
***A brief scene in the trenches in ''Pack Up Your Troubles'' has Stan and Ollie sharing a small bed together. Their limbs are tangled up, Ollie is practically laying on Stan, and their feet are entwined around a hot water bottle. It's adorable.
***From the afore mention ho yay-athon that is ''Their First Mistake', there is a scene towards the end where Ollie, Stan and the baby are all fast asleep, only for the baby to start crying. Half asleep, Ollie shoves the bottle into Stan's mouth, and wraps his arm around him, pulling him close.
21st Sep '15 1:22:30 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Subverted. Despite the films being more than three-quarters of a century old, chances are that if you show one of their best works to groups of teenagers, adults or children who have never seen them before, they'll all be laughing within a few minutes.

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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Subverted. Despite the films being more than three-quarters of a century old, chances are that if you show one of their best works to groups of teenagers, adults or children who have never seen them before, they'll all be laughing within a few minutes.minutes, or at the very least, smiling.
29th Oct '14 8:47:43 AM Mdumas43073
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Subverted-despite the films being made in the 20s and 30s, chances are that if you show one of their best works to groups of teenagers, adults or children who have never seen them before, they'll all be laughing within a few minutes.

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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Subverted-despite Subverted. Despite the films being made in the 20s and 30s, more than three-quarters of a century old, chances are that if you show one of their best works to groups of teenagers, adults or children who have never seen them before, they'll all be laughing within a few minutes.
8th Jul '14 7:35:52 PM LogoP
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* FanDumb: Surprisingly averted in the fandom. The fandom is one of the nicest, gentlest, kindest fandoms one will ever come across. They never argue, compliment a lot, agree on nearly everything and when they disagree, do so in the form of gentle, constructive criticism.
28th May '14 12:08:02 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* SeinfieldIsUnfunny: Subverted-despite the films being made in the 20s and 30s, chances are that if you show one of their best works to groups of teenagers, adults or children who have never seen them before, they'll all be laughing within a few minutes.

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* SeinfieldIsUnfunny: SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Subverted-despite the films being made in the 20s and 30s, chances are that if you show one of their best works to groups of teenagers, adults or children who have never seen them before, they'll all be laughing within a few minutes.
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