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Laurel And Hardy Film Festival, September 27, Anthology Film Archives, New York

24 September 2014 3:18 PM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

The Anthology Film Archives in New York will present three classic Laurel and Hardy films from the 1930s on the big screen this weekend, Saturday, September 27. Here is the description of the program:

“Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are the movies’ greatest comic duo, the quintessential dumb and dumber odd-couple. Though critically overshadowed by Chaplin, Keaton, and Lloyd, they were enormously popular, and proved a major influence on Abbott & Costello, Lucille Ball & Vivian Vance, and Jackie Gleason & Art Carney, not to mention Samuel Beckett (they were an inspiration for Waiting For Godot), Roman Polanski (who paid homage to them in his existentialist short films Fat And Lean and Two Men And A Wardrobe), and Ken Jacobs (whose Ontic Antics deconstructs one of their films).” –David Mulkins

County Hospital (1932, 20 min, 16mm, b&w. Directed by James Parrott.)

Them Thar Hills (1934, 20 min, 16mm, b&w. Directed by Charley Rogers.)

Tit For Tat (1935, 20 min, »

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