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Laurel & Hardy | Stan Jefferson | Mr. Laurel | Stanley Laurel | Laurel
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[Stan Laurel to his daughter about his son-in-law when she told him that she was pregnant the first time] Well, honey, he finally did something right.
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 ...
Gaze into the camera with arms up and palms out in a "What now?" gesture.