The Lost films of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, the complete collection. Volume 8 [videorecording]
- Hal Roach Studios.
- [United States] : Hal Roach Studios : distributed by Image Entertainment, 2000.
- Physical description
- 1 videodisc (ca. 130 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
- Two tars / Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy. Edgar Kennedy (1928, 22 min.)
- The second hundred years / Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, James Finlayson (1927, 23 min.)
- Slipping wives / Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Priscilla Dean, Herbert Rawlinson (1927, 23 min.)
- From soup to nuts / Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Anita Garvin (1928, 18 min.)
- Scorching sands / Stan Laurel, Mae Laurel (1923, 15 min.)
- Should tall men marry? / Stan Laurel, James Finlayson, Martha Sleeper. (1927,
- 20 min.)
- Two tars: Classic retribution comedy set in a rural Model-T traffic jam. The second hundred years: The boys are determined to escape from prison. Slipping wives: Stan is hired by a lonely wife to make her husband jealous, Hardy is the protective butler. From soup to nuts: Early triumph finds the boys as servants at a fancy dinner party. Scorching sands: Early Laurel solo finds Stan spoofing desert adventure flicks. Should tall men marry: Stan's final solo outing finds him on a ranch with a troublesome mule.
- Release date
- Production date
- Title Variation
- Lost films of Laurel and Hardy
- Silent films with English intertitles and musical accompaniment.
- Title from disc surface.
- Originally released as motion pictures in 1923-1927.
- Production Credits
- Produced by Hal Roach.
- All films star Stan Laurel, most also with Oliver Hardy.
- Included Work
- Two tars.
- Second hundred years.
- Slipping wives.
- From soup to nuts.
- Scorching sands.
- Should tall men marry?
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