The Stan Laurel Collection Volume 2 (DVD)
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The Stan Laurel Collection Volume 2
Twenty-One Comedy Shorts (1918-1926) on Two DVDs
Prior to forming a fruitful partnership with funny man Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel was a slapstick headliner in his own right.
This two-DVD set continues Kino International's monumental tribute to Stan Laurel with twenty-one slapstick classics, painstakingly restored by Paris's Lobster Films. Beginning with Huns and Hyphens (1918, in which Laurel plays a supporting role to Larry Semon), the collection follows Laurel's rapid rise to stardom, passing through Hal Roach's stable of master comedians to carve out his own big-screen niche.
In addition to playing the inept everyman wreaking havoc in a variety of domestic and professional situations, Laurel often starred in elaborate parodies of popular films, including Mud and Sand (1922, posing as Rhubarb Vaselino), the desert adventure Under Two Jags (1923) and Rupert of Hee-Haw (1924, spoofing the now-forgotten Rupert of Hentzau).
- Huns and Hyphens (1918 19 Min.)
- Just Rambling Along (1918 9 Min.)
- Frauds and Frenzies (1918 21 Min.)
- Do You Love Your Wife? (1919 13 Min.)
- Hustling for Health (1919 12 Min.)
- The Egg (1922 22 Min.)
- Mud and Sand (1922 29 Min.)
- The Noon Whistle (1923 11 Min.)
- White Wings (1923 11 Min.)
- Under Two Jags (1923 11 Min.)
- Pick and Shovel (1923 13 Min.)
- Kill or Cure (1923 13 Min.)
- Short Orders (1923 12 Min.)
- A Man About Town (1923 12 Min.)
- Smithy (1924 24 Min.)
- Rupert of Hee Haw (1924 23 Min.)
- Mandarin Mix-Up (1924 21 Min.)
- Detained (1924 14 Min.)
- Somewhere in Wrong (1925 22 Min.)
- Pie-Eyed (1925 20 Min.)
- Get 'Em Young (1926 23 Min.)
Produced for video by Eric Lange and Serge Bromberg, Lobster Films Music by Neil Brand
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