Laurel and Hardy in one of their typical shorts - do you have problems with your radio? Ask Laurel and Hardy!...well, perhaps you shouldn't.

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Childhood Memories
26 February 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Even in the early 1980's, Laurel and Hardy was still funny to a diverse audience. It was a pleasure coming home from school to watch their short subjects, and in spite of the 50 year difference, they were as funny and relevant to a multicultural audience in the 80's as they were in the 30's.


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