February, 24th 2010
help! the name of the film when the boys were drinking a glass of water and stan asks hardy "what time is it?" and hardy looks at his watch and pours the water into his lap.
jim (las vegas, nv.)
Ross Owen (Scotland)
February, 23rd 2010
What true legends they were! Their routines and facial expressions told the whole story which puts me in fits of laughter!How marvellous it was for me to watch their movies as a child with my parents! Now i have the dvd collection which my 6 year old son adores and laughs the same way as i did when i was young! Comedy like this is unique and it will always amuse the young and the old forever!!! God bless you STAN as today is the anniversary of your passing! Your films will live forever and create much more joy to many more generations!
Adi Bach (EXETER UNITED KINGDOM)
Laurel and Hardy are important to us here at Camp Roberts, in central California. It was here at our Soldier Bowl amphitheater, in June of 1941, that they headlined the first big camp show for soldiers, along with Red Skelton (who would return here soon for basic training himself), Mickey Rooney, Jane Withers, Lupe Valez, and others. A few years ago, the Sons of the Desert chapter of the Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society helped to stage a show at the Soldier Bowl to commemorate that ground-breaking 1941 show. They were one of the truly great teams of entertainers in world history, and will always be fondly remembered here!
Camp Roberts Museum Curator (Paso Robles, CA)
February, 15th 2010
does anybody know a film Laurel & Hardy stared in, they got killed there body's where thrown down s well. They came back as ghosts to help a relitive. If anybody knows could they let me know.
Ross Owen (Scotland)
February, 14th 2010
I have the two limited edition shaped picture CDs of Laurel and Hardy's The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine for auction on ebay.co.uk if anyone is interested item number is 390156935230
February, 12th 2010
My dad passed away and I have a few of his Laurel and Hardy items. I am willing to give them to a good home, you pick them up.
Larry Bernhard (USA Escondido - North San Diego)
Bob Gedeon (Murrieta, California USA)
February, 8th 2010
I AM CURRENTLY IN THE PHILIPPINES AND ACQUIRED A WELCOME SIGN WITH LAUREL AND HARDY FIGURES HOLDING A WELCOME BANNER. THE FIGURES ARE ABOUT TWO FEET TALL AND THE BASE IS ABOUT TWO FEET LONG AND ONE FOOT WIDE. THEY WERE ORIGINALLY IN A BAR IN SUBIC. THEY ARE VERY OLD AND RUN DOWN A BIT. DOES ANYONE KNOW ABOUT SUCH ANTIQUE FIGURES OF LAUREL AND HARDY? THANKS
JON S. KERNER (WILLIAMSBURG, VA 23188)