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  1. Laurel et Hardy est le nom d'un duo comique constitué en 1927 et formé par les acteurs Stan Laurel (1890-1965) et Oliver Hardy (1892-1957).. Durant une carrière de près de 25 ans et de plus de 100 films, ce duo atteindra une notoriété telle qu’il reste sans doute à ce jour le tandem le plus célèbre de toute l’histoire du cinéma.

  2. › name › nm0001316Oliver Hardy - IMDb

    Oliver Hardy, Actor: Saps at Sea. Although his parents were never in show business, as a young boy Oliver Hardy was a gifted singer and, by age eight, was performing with minstrel shows. In 1910 he ran a movie theatre, which he preferred to studying law. In 1913 he became a comedy actor with the Lubin Company in Florida and began appearing in a long series of shorts; his debut ...

  3. Stan made his stage debut at the sage of 7 in 'Lights of London, and at 15 toured Europe on his own as a song and dance act. In his teens her became an understudy to Charlie Chaplin with the Fred Karno Comedy Company in London, In 1910 the company sailed from Liverpool to America for an engagement .after which Stan stayed in America and 10 years later he met Oliver Hardy when they were cast in ...

  4. 03/09/2022 · En el apartado de premios y reconocimientos, fue galardonado con 4 premios Óscar, 9 BAFTA, 1 Globo de Oro, 1 Grammy, 5 premios Laurel de Oro, 1 premio Writers Guild of America y 1 premio ASCAP.

  5. El contraste de la personalidad de ambos personajes se asemeja al que tenían Stan Laurel y Oliver Hardy en El Gordo y el Flaco. Ocasionalmente lo acompañaba el Gato Silvestre, que en este caso hacía el papel de un gato cobarde, que actuaba como mascota de un ingenuo y despreocupado Porky.

  6. The song appears in several films, including Varsity Show with Dick Powell Pack Up Your Troubles (1932) with Laurel & Hardy, High Pressure (1932), and The Shopworn Angel (1938). It is also featured in For Me and My Gal (1942) starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly, and “On Moonlight Bay” with Gordon MacRae and Doris Day (1951).

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