All I can figure is that Stan Laurel is picked up at the train depot and brought back by the husband to the family home where the wife is having a suffragette meeting. None too pleased they cause mayhem and then the neighbours are brought into it as Stan cleans up the backyard by throwing all the rubbish into their award winning garden.
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Ollie is in love with a woman. When he discovers that she is already married, he tries to kill himself. Of course, the suicide is avoided and the boys join the Foreign Legion to get away from their troubles. Finally, they are arrested for trying to desert the Legion and to escape the firing squad by stealing a plane.
Star-packed promotional short subject intended to raise funds for the National Variety Artists Tuberculosis Sanatarium. The plot involves Norma Shearer having her jewels stolen.
Stan Laurel before Laurel and Hardy, in this “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”-inspired story, which was released 30 July 1925.
Laurel was cast as Humpty Dumpty in this film because he did pathetic things like untidying an office. Clearly, he is displaying genius at this early stage in his career, and just needed Hardy as his Nemesis, and sound to immortalize his screen persona.
Stan is Jimmy Smith, a salesman who is trying hard to pitch his Napoleon book to an uninterested customer as they stand in front of some iron gates. When an elderly gentleman approaches the two men he uses sign language to communicate to the ‘customer’ and they leave together. This is when Stan sees the sign for the Deaf & Dumb Institute that his subject was standing in front of. An elderly lady then walks […]
In their first screen appearance together, Stan plays a penniless dog lover and Oliver plays a crook who tries to rob him and his new paramour.
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Bears and Bad Men is a 1918 silent comedy film directed by Larry Semon and featuring Stan Laurel.
It’s in prison that the bulk of this film takes place. A minor thrill gag in which Stan Laurel moves out of danger several times just before being caught: in one case he keeps sitting in an electric chair that is being tested, and in another, a fellow con who is escaping swings a pickax against a wall.
Stan Laurel plays a Chinese laundryman and he displays some good physical slapstick reminiscent of his days with the Karno troupe in England.
Laurel plays Winchell McSweeney, whose fisherman parents forced him to leave home and make it on his own when they can no longer afford to keep supporting him. He takes a boat out of the village, but accidentally sets the ship on fire when he attempts to take a photograph of the passengers. The women end up on the island with McSweeney, and is constantly pursued by them, including one Amazon-size girl.
Rhubarb Vaselino lives in a small village, when he and his friend, Sapo, enter a bullfighting contest, Sapo dies, but Rhubarb kills three bulls and becomes a local hero earning money. Two years later, he is living in Madrid as a national hero , when he becomes involved with Filet de Sol, and his lover finds out, he must fight the most deadliest in Spain, in the last bull fight of the season.
Stationed in a Latin American country, sailor Stan is lonely and wants company. He tries to get his Chief to bring him along to a dinner the Chief has been invited to, but the Chief wants nothing to do with Stan.
It’s 3:00 AM at the Firewater Club, and Stanley has had more than enough to drink. When he tries to take over leading the orchestra, the manager – a former boxer – lets him know that he needs to restrain himself. But it’s not long before Stanley causes another disruption anyway, and when he then tries to dance with the manager’s wife, the manager’s patience finally runs out.
On his way to collect inheritance in the small town on Hot Dog, Stan gets robbed by highwaymen, one of which is the other person who shall attend the reading of their late Uncle’s will. The reading of the will states Stan will get everything, including ‘The Last Chance Saloon’, but in the case of Stan’s death, the saloon will be split between Bad Mike and his friend. Stan nows flees town, but gets on […]
Nuts in May, re-cut, with added footage and outtakes from _Pest, The (1922)_ , combined with newly shot sequences to bridge the scenes.
This film represents one of Larry Semon’s pro-war films. He is a clumsy guy working in a restaurant and oddly, everyone who works in the place as well as many of the customers are Kaiser-loving spies. Why they would be headquartered in a restaurant in California, I have no idea! Regardless, their aim is to steal some plans from some old guy and his daughter. When Semon finds out, he comes to the rescue.
The story is of two convicts always trying to escape, until one day when they actually manage to. They meet up with a girl and become rivals for her charms.
Ollie Dee and Stanley Dum try to borrow money from their employer, the toymaker, to pay off the mortgage on Mother Peep’s shoe and keep it and Little Bo Peep from the clutches of the evil Barnaby. When that fails, they trick Barnaby into marrying Stanley Dum instead of Bo Peep. Enraged, Barnaby unleashes the bogeymen from their caverns to destroy Toyland.