Laurel and Hardy

Laurel and Hardy

1929 - 2012, Comedy, Arts / Culture
The films and film shorts of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
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Episode Guide

  • Laurel and Hardy - Swiss Miss (Episode 95)
    Episode 95:

    Swiss Miss

    Mousetrap salesmen Stan and Ollie are swindled in Switzerland.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Sons of the Desert (Episode 94)
    Episode 94:

    Sons of the Desert

    Stan and Ollie tell their wives they're going to a medicinal cruise, but their actual destination becomes clear when the ship they were supposedly on sinks.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Our Relations (Episode 93)
    Episode 93:

    Our Relations

    Stanley and Oliver are unaware that their long-lost twin brothers, Alfie and Bert, have come to town.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Bohemian Girl (Episode 92)
    Episode 92:

    Bohemian Girl

    Oliver and Stanley unknowingly raise the daughter of a Gypsy count.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Block-Heads (Episode 91)
    Episode 91:

    Block-Heads

    Stan, unaware the war is over, continues patrolling the trenches in France, until Oliver shows up.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Utopia (Episode 90)
    Episode 90:

    Utopia

  • Laurel and Hardy - Pack up Your Troubles (Episode 89)
    Episode 89:

    Pack up Your Troubles

  • Laurel and Hardy - Pardon Us! (Episode 88)
    Episode 88:

    Pardon Us!

  • Laurel and Hardy - Saps at Sea (Episode 87)
    Episode 87:

    Saps at Sea

  • Laurel and Hardy - A Chump at Oxford (Episode 86)
    Episode 86:

    A Chump at Oxford

  • Laurel and Hardy - Flying Deuces (Episode 85)
    Episode 85:

    Flying Deuces

  • Laurel and Hardy - Zenobia (Episode 84)
    Episode 84:

    Zenobia

  • Laurel and Hardy - Skip Out on the Bill (Episode 80)
    Episode 80:

    Skip Out on the Bill

    The boys flee the bill, the waiter and their girlfriends, just as their wives arrive.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Peeking Camerman (Episode 31)
    Episode 31:

    Peeking Camerman

  • Laurel and Hardy - The Wrong Horse (Episode 30)
    Episode 30:

    The Wrong Horse

  • Laurel and Hardy - Prison Tunnel (Episode 29)
    Episode 29:

    Prison Tunnel

  • Laurel and Hardy - Escape from Prison (Episode 28)
    Episode 28:

    Escape from Prison

  • Laurel and Hardy - Prison Tunnel (Episode 27)
    Episode 27:

    Prison Tunnel

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 22)
    Episode 22:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Night Owls" (1930), about a bogus robbery; "The Hoose Gow" (1929), set in prison; "This Is Your Life" (1954), with the duo surprised by host Ralph Edwards (In black and white).

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 21)
    Episode 21:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Perfect Day" (1929), about a picnic; "Brats" (1930), with the two as their own children; "Be Big" (1931), about getting dressed for a lodge meeting.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 20)
    Episode 20:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Laughing Gravy" (1931), about a landlord and a pet dog; "Chickens Come Home" (1931), in which Ollie runs for mayor despite an old girlfriend (Mae Busch).

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 19)
    Episode 19:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Dirty Work" (1933), about sweeping chimneys for a mad scientist; "Going Bye Bye" (1934), on the run from a killer; "Oliver the Eighth" (1934), in which Ollie marries a rich widow.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 18)
    Episode 18:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Busy Bodies" (1933), set in a lumber company; "The Chimp" (1932), with a circus chimpanzee; "Midnight Patrol" (1933), with the two as police rookies.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 17)
    Episode 17:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Them Thar Hills" (1934), about a mountain trip; "Tit for Tat" (1935), a "Them Thar Hills" sequel; "Another Fine Mess" (1930), with the two on the lam.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 16)
    Episode 16:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Helpmates" (1932); "Below Zero" (1930), about a found wallet; "Laurel and Hardy Murder Case" (1930), set in a spooky mansion.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 15)
    Episode 15:

    Laurel and Hardy

    In "The Music Box" (1932), an Oscar-winner, they deliver a piano uphill; in "Beau Hunks" (1931), they join the Foreign Legion.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 14)
    Episode 14:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "One Good Turn" (1931), about a wayward good deed; "County Hospital" (1932), where Stan visits Ollie; "Blotto" (1930), set at a nightclub.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 13)
    Episode 13:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Busy Bodies" (1933), set in a lumber company; "The Chimp" (1932), with a circus chimpanzee; "Midnight Patrol" (1933), with the two as police rookies.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 12)
    Episode 12:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Them Thar Hills" (1934), about a mountain trip; "Tit for Tat" (1935), a "Them Thar Hills" sequel; "Another Fine Mess" (1930), with the two on the lam.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 11)
    Episode 11:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Helpmates" (1932); "Below Zero" (1930), about a found wallet; "Laurel and Hardy Murder Case" (1930), set in a spooky mansion.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 10)
    Episode 10:

    Laurel and Hardy

    In "The Music Box" (1932), an Oscar-winner, they deliver a piano uphill; in "Beau Hunks" (1931), they join the Foreign Legion.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 9)
    Episode 9:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Hog Wild" (1930), about installing a radio antenna; "Their First Mistake" (1932), Ollie's adopted baby; "Thicker Than Water" (1935), set at an auction.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 8)
    Episode 8:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Me and My Pal" (1933), about a jigsaw puzzle; "Towed in a Hole" (1932), about fixing an old fishing boat; "Our Wife" (1931), in which Ollie tries to elope.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 7)
    Episode 7:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Twice Two" (1933), in which the two play each other's wives; "Unaccustomed As We Are" (1939), about a neighbor; "Berthmarks" (1929), set on a train.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 6)
    Episode 6:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Men o' War" (1929), with the two as sailors; "The Fixer Uppers" (1935), as greeting-card salesmen; "Scram!" (1931), as a drunk's guests at the wrong house.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 5)
    Episode 5:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Night Owls" (1930), about a bogus robbery; "The Hoose Gow" (1929), set in prison; "This Is Your Life" (1954), with the duo surprised by host Ralph Edwards.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 4)
    Episode 4:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Perfect Day" (1929), about a picnic; "Brats" (1930), with the two as their own children; "Be Big" (1931), about getting dressed for a lodge meeting.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 3)
    Episode 3:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Laughing Gravy" (1931), about a landlord and a pet dog; "Chickens Come Home" (1931), in which Ollie runs for mayor despite an old girlfriend (Mae Busch).

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 2)
    Episode 2:

    Laurel and Hardy

    "Dirty Work" (1933), about sweeping chimneys for a mad scientist; "Going Bye Bye" (1934), on the run from a killer; "Oliver the Eighth" (1934), in which Ollie marries a rich widow.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Laurel and Hardy (Episode 1)
    Episode 1:

    Laurel and Hardy

    In "Beau Hunks" (1931), the two join the Foreign Legion; "Another Fine Mess" (1930), with the duo on the lam.

  • Laurel and Hardy - Double Whoopee

    Double Whoopee

    Stanley and Oliver wreak havoc in their new jobs as footman and doorman at a ritzy hotel.

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