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Laurel & Hardy | Stan Jefferson | Mr. Laurel | Stanley Laurel | Laurel
5' 8" (1.73 m)
Did You Know?
His light blue eyes almost ended his movie career before it began. Until the early 1920s, filmmakers used black-and-white Orthochromatic film stock, which was "blue blind". Hal Roach
cameraman George Stevens
(the same George Stevens who would later become an acclaimed producer/director) knew of panchromatic film and was able to get a supply of it from Chicago. This new film was sensitive to blue ...
Usually played a childishly innocent man who always looked up to his good friend Oliver Hardy
, whether it was deserved or not. Common schticks included crying in cases of great predicaments, taking instructions literally at all times and mixing up his lines. He and Hardy often had a scene in their films where they would get into a fight with another person that consisted solely of destroying ...