Laurel And Hardy - Snow! - Classic Shorts - No. 10 details
|Starring:||Anita Garvin, Charles Hall, Stan Laurel, Baldwin Cooke, Oliver Hardy, Isabelle Keith|
|Directors:||James Parrott, J, James Horne|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
Laurel And Hardy - Snow! - Classic Shorts - No. 10
|Run time:||58 minutes|
|Rental release:||03 May 2004|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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good viewingBy a customer from Liverpool england , 07 Jun 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]as a laurel and hardy fan what can you say its just as good as the rest of the collection and in my eye's very very funny so watch and enjoy
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Usual fareBy DeathOfNarrativeCinema (156 reviews) from Wallingford , 03 Jan 2011Usual for this series, some good stuff and some unnecessary fillers. Everyone who loves comedy needs to watch everything L&H did, especially the talkie shorts, so get this and the rest.
French!!By Pawo (12 reviews) from Faringdon , 07 Feb 2010What was the point of a 1 hour french version.
Laurel and Hardy-snow-classic shorts-no,10By a customer from Weymouth , 19 Sep 2008love them to bits any fan would love any laurel and hardy film.
Laurel and Hardy SnowBy Junie (26 reviews) from Didcot , 13 Apr 2008Laurel and Hardy, although a million miles away from the sort of comedy we are presented with today, made a welcome change for me. Great to watch antics which make us laugh spontaneously, and escape back into the world of funny films we used to enjoy so much, and for the younger generation who have never enjoyed them - why not give them a whirl - you might just be surprised and find their humour entertaining - in a different way of course to what you are used to - but fun all the same!
Slipping wivesBy Savage (632 reviews) from London, England , 10 Nov 2007As with all the others in this series, the restoration work is exemplary, and the laughs are consistent. A word, perhaps, about the rarest film on this collection, 'Slipping wives', which was the film L&H made immediately before they became a team. Stan is a paint salesman hired to make the husband of a society wife jealous, and Olly is the butler, consistently frustated by him. The pair work together splendidly, ad-libbing some excellent bits in the fight scenes which persuaded Hal Roach to give them own material. The rest, as they say, is history.