CINEMAS are once-again packing them in to see a new Laurel and Hardy film.
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On the trail of truth behind Stan & Ollie: New film shows the darker side of Laurel and Hardy’s career
AS many people consider Stan and Ollie the funniest men ever, a new film about the comedy duo will be a huge surprise for various reasons.
Stan & Ollie Director Jon S Baird reveals the agony and the ecstasy of returning Laurel and Hardy to cinemas
FOR a while, it felt like bringing Laurel and Hardy back to the big screen was becoming another fine mess.
STAN LAUREL'S famous bowler hat is set to take centre stage in a new museum of popular entertainment.
YOU may not recall Putting Pants On Philip, but it was the start of something very big 90 years ago.
IF you ever assumed Stan Laurel was as childlike, helpless and silly as the man he portrayed on screen, you couldn’t be more wrong.
STAN LAUREL was made of the write stuff when it came to his fans.
BORN in Dublin, John was a journalist before becoming a best-selling author with his novels about private detective Charlie Parker.
AN eye expert has carried out a study – into the injuries comedy legends Laurel & Hardy would have suffered had their antics been for real.
IT’S been the biggest show in town for over a century, eagerly anticipated across the globe, and still going strong.