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Laurel Hardy

Aus dem Interesse an guter Komik und der Begeisterung für Stan & Olli wurde ein Hobby und eine - kontrollierte - Leidenschaft. Schwerpunkt der Sammlung in​. Online-Einkauf von Küche, Haushalt & Wohnen aus großartigem Angebot von Poster & Kunstdrucke, Gemälde, Fotografien. Stan Laurel ( - ) und Oliver Hardy ( - ) waren das berühmteste Komikerduo der Filmgeschichte. Der Schriftsteller J. D.

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Laurel und Hardy waren ein britisch-amerikanisches Komiker-Duo, das aus Stan Laurel und Oliver Hardy bestand. sowie zwischen 19drehten sie zusammen Filme, Gastauftritte mit eingerechnet. Sie gelten als eines der berühmtesten. Laurel und Hardy waren ein britisch-amerikanisches Komiker-Duo, das aus Stan Laurel und Oliver Hardy bestand. sowie zwischen und Die Klotzköpfe, im Original Block-Heads, ist eine US-amerikanische Filmkomödie mit Stan Laurel und Oliver Hardy. Der Film lief in den deutschen Kinos unter. - Entdecke die Pinnwand „Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy “ von P Jackowski.. Dieser Pinnwand folgen Nutzer auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Laurel. michielderuijter.eu - Kaufen Sie Laurel & Hardy - Die Tanzmeister günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. Online-Einkauf von Küche, Haushalt & Wohnen aus großartigem Angebot von Poster & Kunstdrucke, Gemälde, Fotografien. Stan Laurel und Oliver Hardy wurden beziehungsweise geboren, haben ihre Filmchen und Filme von bis in die frühen 50er.

Laurel Hardy

Aus dem Interesse an guter Komik und der Begeisterung für Stan & Olli wurde ein Hobby und eine - kontrollierte - Leidenschaft. Schwerpunkt der Sammlung in​. Online-Einkauf von Küche, Haushalt & Wohnen aus großartigem Angebot von Poster & Kunstdrucke, Gemälde, Fotografien. Directed by Andreas Baum. With Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Chuck McCann, Tyler St. Mark. The international documentary is presenting - besides a lot of funny.

He was not called up; his registration card states his status as resident alien and his deafness as exemptions. The Karno troupe broke up in the spring of On the advice of booking agent Gordon Bostock , they call themselves "the Keystone Trio".

Stan started to do his character as an imitation of Charlie Chaplin and the Hurleys began to do their parts as silent comedians Chester Conklin and Mabel Normand.

They played successfully from February through October , until the Hurleys and Stan parted ways. Amongst other performers, Laurel worked briefly alongside Oliver Hardy in the silent film short The Lucky Dog , [8] before the two were a team.

It was around this time that Laurel met Mae Dahlberg. Around the same time, he adopted the stage name of Laurel at Dahlberg's suggestion that his stage name Stan Jefferson was unlucky, due to it having thirteen letters.

After making his first film Nuts in May , Universal offered him a contract. The contract was soon cancelled during a reorganisation at the studio.

Among the films in which Dahlberg and Laurel appeared together was the parody Mud and Sand. By , Laurel had given up the stage for full-time film work, under contract with Joe Rock for 12 two-reel comedies.

The contract had one unusual stipulation: that Dahlberg was not to appear in any of the films. Rock thought that her temperament was hindering Laurel's career.

In , she started interfering with Laurel's work, so Rock offered her a cash settlement and a one-way ticket back to her native Australia , which she accepted.

Pyckle and Mr. Pryde and Half a Man Laurel next signed with the Hal Roach studio, where he began directing films, including a production called Yes, Yes, Nanette in which Oliver Hardy had a part under the name "Babe" Hardy.

It had been his intention to work primarily as a writer and director. Because he was unable to work on the scheduled film, Get 'Em Young , Laurel was asked to return to acting to fill in.

The two became friends and their comic chemistry soon became obvious. Roach Studios' supervising director Leo McCarey noticed the audience reaction to them and began teaming them, leading to the creation of the Laurel and Hardy series later that year.

Laurel and Hardy successfully made the transition to talking films with the short Unaccustomed As We Are in They also appeared in their first feature in one of the revue sequences of The Hollywood Revue of , and the following year they appeared as the comic relief in the lavish all-colour in Technicolor musical feature The Rogue Song.

Their first starring feature Pardon Us was released in They continued to make both features and shorts until , including their three-reeler The Music Box , which won an Academy Award for Best Short Subject.

During the s, Laurel was involved in a dispute with Hal Roach which resulted in the termination of his contract.

Roach maintained separate contracts for Laurel and Hardy that expired at different times, so Hardy remained at the studio and was "teamed" with Harry Langdon for the film Zenobia.

Eventually, the case was dropped and Laurel returned to Roach. Subsequently, they made Saps at Sea , which was their last film for Roach.

In , Laurel and Hardy signed a contract at 20th Century-Fox to make ten films over five years. Laurel found, to his shock, that he and Hardy were hired only as actors, and were not expected to contribute to the staging, writing, or editing of the productions.

When the films proved very successful, Laurel and Hardy were granted more freedom and gradually added more of their own material. They had made six Fox features when the studio suddenly abandoned B-picture production in December The team had signed another contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in , resulting in two more features.

Revisiting his music hall days, Laurel returned to England in when he and Hardy went on a six-week tour of the United Kingdom performing in variety shows.

Around this time, Laurel found out that he had diabetes, so he encouraged Hardy to find solo projects, which he did, taking parts in John Wayne and Bing Crosby films.

In , Laurel and Hardy were invited to France to make a feature film. The film was a disaster, a Franco-Italian co-production titled Atoll K.

Both stars were noticeably ill during the filming. Upon returning to the United States, they spent most of their time recovering.

In , Laurel and Hardy toured Europe successfully, and they returned in for another tour of the continent. During this tour, Laurel fell ill and was unable to perform for several weeks.

In May , Hardy had a heart attack and cancelled the tour. In , they were planning to do a television series called Laurel and Hardy's Fabulous Fables based on children's stories.

The plans were delayed after Laurel suffered a stroke on 25 April , from which he recovered. But as the team was planning to get back to work, Hardy had another stroke on 14 September , and was unable to return to acting.

Oliver Hardy died on 7 August Laurel was too ill to attend his funeral and said, "Babe would understand".

He refused to perform on stage or act in another film without his friend, [2] although he continued to socialise with his fans. In , Stan Laurel was given an Academy Honorary Award "for his creative pioneering in the field of cinema comedy.

His phone number was also listed in the telephone directory and he would take calls from fans. Jerry Lewis was among the comedians to visit Laurel, and Lewis received suggestions from him for the production of The Bellboy Lewis paid tribute to Laurel by naming his main character Stanley in the film, and having Bill Richmond play a version of Laurel as well.

When he was just starting his career, he looked up Laurel's phone number, called him, and then visited him at his home.

He did not want to be on screen in his old age, [4] especially without Hardy. The cameo appearance was then given to Jack Benny.

Laurel and Mae Dahlberg never married but lived together as common-law husband and wife from to , before Dahlberg accepted a one-way ticket from Joe Rock to go back to her native Australia.

At the time, Laurel's second marriage was in the process of a divorce, with Dahlberg's legal suit adding to Laurel's woes. The matter was settled out of court.

Laurel was one of several popular British actors in Hollywood who never became a naturalised US citizen. Laurel had four wives and married one of them a second time after their divorce.

Together they had a daughter Lois on 10 December Their second child, Stanley was born two months premature in May , but died after nine days.

Laurel and Neilson divorced in December His daughter Lois died on 27 July aged In , he filed for divorce, confessing that he was not over his ex-wife Lois, but Lois decided against a reconciliation.

On New Year's Day , Laurel married Vera Ivanova Shuvalova known as Illeana , and Ruth accused him of bigamy, but their divorce had been finalised a couple of days before his new marriage.

The new marriage was very volatile, and Illeana accused him of trying to bury her alive in the backyard of their San Fernando Valley home.

Laurel was a heavy smoker until suddenly quitting around At his funeral, Buster Keaton said, " Chaplin wasn't the funniest.

I wasn't the funniest; this man was the funniest. Laurel and Hardy are featured on the cover of the Beatles ' album Sgt.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. In , BBC Four showed a drama called Stan , based on Brand's radio play, in which Laurel meets Hardy on his deathbed and reminisces about their career.

A plaque on the Bull Inn, Bottesford, Leicestershire , England, marks Laurel and Hardy appearing in Nottingham over Christmas , and staying with Laurel's sister, Olga, who was the landlady of the pub.

One is operated by the town of Harlem, and the other is a private museum owned and operated by Gary Russeth, a Harlem resident. In Gail Louw and Jeffrey Holland debuted a short one-man play " And this is my friend Mr Laurel" at the Camden Fringe festival.

Reilly played Hardy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English actor. Ulverston , Lancashire , England. Santa Monica, California , United States.

Actor writer comedian entertainer film director. Lois Neilson. Virginia Ruth Rogers. Vera Ivanova Shuvalova. Ida Kitaeva Raphael. Play media.

Main article: Laurel and Hardy. Biography portal Comedy portal Film portal. Variety , 3 March , p. Retrieved: 18 June Robson, Retrieved: 18 June Laurel and Hardy's films included a supporting cast of comic actors, some of whom appeared regularly: [95].

The duo's famous signature tune, known variously as "The Cuckoo Song", "Ku-Ku" or "The Dance of the Cuckoos", was composed by Roach musical director Marvin Hatley as the on-the-hour chime for the Roach studio radio station.

The original theme, recorded by two clarinets in , was recorded again with a full orchestra in Leroy Shield composed the majority of the music used in the Laurel and Hardy short sound films.

The title track was released as a single in the UK and reached 2 in the charts. Laurel and Hardy's influence over a very broad range of comedy and other genres has been considerable.

Lou Costello of the famed duo of Abbott and Costello , stated "They were the funniest comedy duo of all time", adding "Most critics and film scholars throughout the years have agreed with this assessment.

Salinger , [] Rene Magritte [] and Kurt Vonnegut [] [] amongst many others, have acknowledged an artistic debt. Starting in the s, the exposure on television of especially their short films has ensured a continued influence on generations of comedians.

Since the s, the works of Laurel and Hardy have been released again in numerous theatrical reissues, television revivals broadcast, especially public television and cable , 16 mm and 8 mm home movies, feature-film compilations and home video.

After Stan Laurel's death in , there were two major motion-picture tributes: Laurel and Hardy's Laughing '20s was Robert Youngson's compilation of the team's silent-film highlights, and The Great Race was a large-scale salute to slapstick that director Blake Edwards dedicated to "Mr.

Laurel and Mr. Numerous colorized versions of copyright -free Laurel and Hardy features and shorts have been reproduced by a multitude of production studios.

Although the results of adding color were often in dispute, many popular titles are currently only available in the colorized version.

The color process often affects the sharpness of the image, with some scenes being altered or deleted, depending on the source material used. Colorization was a success for the studio and Helpmates was released on home video with the colorized version of The Music Box in There are three Laurel and Hardy museums.

A poll by fellow comedians and comedy insiders of the top 50 comedians for The Comedian's Comedian , a TV documentary broadcast on UK's Channel 4, voted the duo the seventh-greatest comedy act ever, making them the top double act on the list.

Merchandiser Larry Harmon claimed ownership of Laurel's and Hardy's likenesses and has issued Laurel and Hardy toys and coloring books.

It includes many movie clips, rare and unpublished photographs, interviews with family, fans, friends, showbiz pals and newly recovered footage.

It has also been released as a Director's Cut with a length of minutes, plus 70 minutes of bonus materials on DVD.

The official Laurel and Hardy appreciation society is known as The Sons of the Desert , after a fraternal society in their film of the same name Laurel and Hardy are popular around the world but are known under different names in various countries and languages.

Reilly as Oliver was released in and chronicled the duo's tour of Great Britain and Ireland. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For the animated series, see Laurel and Hardy TV series. Main article: Stan Laurel. Main article: Oliver Hardy.

Main article: Laurel and Hardy filmography. Play media. Main article: Laurel and Hardy music. Main article: The Sons of the Desert. Biography portal Comedy portal Film portal.

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Dank der wiedergefunden dritten Rolle ist der Kurzfilm wieder fast vollständig; die Tortenschlacht ist wieder komplett enthalten. Genres: Documentary. The Die Taverne Von Jamaika Deuces. Jeder Spielfilm wurde mit Informationen zu der jeweiligen Filmproduktion in einem Studio mit Filmplakaten und Requisiten des gezeigten Filmes von Theo Lingen eingeleitet. Immer wieder sitzt er in der Hotelhalle, studiert das Thormund Gehabe der Schauspieler Michael Talbott fängt an, deren Manierismen Schulmädche Report 1 imitieren. Plot Summary. Hier findet sich so ziemlich alles, was mit den beiden Komikern zu tun hat: von der einfachen Anstecknadel über Briefe mit Original-Unterschriften bis hin zur Laurel-und-Hardy-Klobürste. Das Duo sieht sich in den meisten Filmen vor Aufgaben gestellt, deren Lösung dank der chaotischen Herangehensweise im Desaster endet. The Second Hundred Years. Andererseits darf man sie hier ein Stück weit durchschauen. Watched Documentaries. Ausführlich beschreibt es den Werdegang der beiden Schauspieler, ausgehend Im Schatten Des Berges ihren Solojahren bis hin zum traurigen Ende ihrer Csi Los Angeles, glanzvollen Karriere. Laurel Hardy His parents were both active in the theatre and always very busy. During the s they appeared separately in a number of silent shorts for the Hal Roach Studios. Quite unwittingly Laurel and Hardy's parts grew larger while those of their fellow stars diminished because Laurel and Hardy were considered to be great actors. Operette Laurel Hardy Gesangs- und Tanzeinlagen. Around this time, Laurel found out that he had diabetes, so he encouraged Hardy to find solo projects, which he did, taking parts in John Wayne and Bing Crosby films. New York: Columbia University Press, He started by helping around the studio with lights, props, and other duties, gradually learning the craft as a script-clerk Transzendentale Meditation Anleitung the company. The new marriage was very volatile, and Illeana accused him of trying to bury her alive in the backyard Preacher Cassidy their San Amazon Fire Tv Bedienungsanleitung Deutsch Valley home. Dadurch entglitt dem Duo der Einfluss The Hallow Trailer German seine Filme so sehr, dass es das Angebot über einen Fünfjahresvertrag von Fox im Sommer ablehnte Mister President somit keine neuen Filme mehr entstanden. Polaroid Stream Deutsch Streamcloud weitere Leidenschaft ist die Musik. Über einen Zeitraum von rund drei Jahrzehnten traten Perverse Bilder in mehr als Filmen gemeinsam vor die Kamera. Zu Beginn der Tonfilmzeit war es noch nicht üblich, grundsätzlich Filme für das Ausland synchronisieren zu lassen, obwohl es diese Das Imperium Der Wölfe schon gab. Sailors, Beware! Interpretieren Sie da bitte nicht Ihre Wunschvorstellungen und heutige soziokulturelle Erklärungsansätze hinein - das passt nicht. Was this review helpful to you? Viele dieser Sprachversionen sind verschollen. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. September bis Sign In.

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Laurel and Hardy - Going Bye Bye 1934 Aus dem Interesse an guter Komik und der Begeisterung für Stan & Olli wurde ein Hobby und eine - kontrollierte - Leidenschaft. Schwerpunkt der Sammlung in​. Stan Laurel ( - ) und Oliver Hardy ( - ) waren das berühmteste Komikerduo der Filmgeschichte. Der Schriftsteller J. D. Directed by Andreas Baum. With Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Chuck McCann, Tyler St. Mark. The international documentary is presenting - besides a lot of funny.

To which Stan replies "That's going to take a long time, isn't it? Lured to the Knickerbocker Hotel under the pretense of a business meeting with producer Bernard Delfont , the doors opened to their suite, , flooding the room with light and the voice of Edwards.

This telecast was preserved on a kinescope and later released on home video. Partly due to the positive response from the television broadcast the pair began renegotiating with Hal Roach, Jr.

However, plans for the specials had to be shelved as the aging comedians continued to suffer from declining health. Laurel and Hardy provided a filmed insert in which they reminisce about their friends in British variety.

They made their final appearance on camera in in a private home movie, shot by a family friend at the Reseda, CA home of Stan Laurel's daughter, Lois.

It contains no audio and is three minutes in length. Despite his long and successful career, Hardy's home was sold to help cover the cost of his medical expenses.

For the remaining eight years of his life, Stan Laurel refused to perform and even turned down Stanley Kramer 's offer of a cameo in his landmark film It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.

During this period most of his communication was in the form of written correspondence and he insisted on personally answering every fan letter.

Dick Van Dyke had always been a fan and he based his comedy and dancing style on that of Laurel. One day, out of curiosity he looked in the phone book and discovered the home number for Stan Laurel, who invited him over for the afternoon.

Laurel lived until and survived to see the duo's work rediscovered through television and classic film revivals.

Laurel and Hardy's films included a supporting cast of comic actors, some of whom appeared regularly: [95]. The duo's famous signature tune, known variously as "The Cuckoo Song", "Ku-Ku" or "The Dance of the Cuckoos", was composed by Roach musical director Marvin Hatley as the on-the-hour chime for the Roach studio radio station.

The original theme, recorded by two clarinets in , was recorded again with a full orchestra in Leroy Shield composed the majority of the music used in the Laurel and Hardy short sound films.

The title track was released as a single in the UK and reached 2 in the charts. Laurel and Hardy's influence over a very broad range of comedy and other genres has been considerable.

Lou Costello of the famed duo of Abbott and Costello , stated "They were the funniest comedy duo of all time", adding "Most critics and film scholars throughout the years have agreed with this assessment.

Salinger , [] Rene Magritte [] and Kurt Vonnegut [] [] amongst many others, have acknowledged an artistic debt. Starting in the s, the exposure on television of especially their short films has ensured a continued influence on generations of comedians.

Since the s, the works of Laurel and Hardy have been released again in numerous theatrical reissues, television revivals broadcast, especially public television and cable , 16 mm and 8 mm home movies, feature-film compilations and home video.

After Stan Laurel's death in , there were two major motion-picture tributes: Laurel and Hardy's Laughing '20s was Robert Youngson's compilation of the team's silent-film highlights, and The Great Race was a large-scale salute to slapstick that director Blake Edwards dedicated to "Mr.

Laurel and Mr. Numerous colorized versions of copyright -free Laurel and Hardy features and shorts have been reproduced by a multitude of production studios.

Although the results of adding color were often in dispute, many popular titles are currently only available in the colorized version. The color process often affects the sharpness of the image, with some scenes being altered or deleted, depending on the source material used.

Colorization was a success for the studio and Helpmates was released on home video with the colorized version of The Music Box in There are three Laurel and Hardy museums.

A poll by fellow comedians and comedy insiders of the top 50 comedians for The Comedian's Comedian , a TV documentary broadcast on UK's Channel 4, voted the duo the seventh-greatest comedy act ever, making them the top double act on the list.

Merchandiser Larry Harmon claimed ownership of Laurel's and Hardy's likenesses and has issued Laurel and Hardy toys and coloring books.

It includes many movie clips, rare and unpublished photographs, interviews with family, fans, friends, showbiz pals and newly recovered footage.

It has also been released as a Director's Cut with a length of minutes, plus 70 minutes of bonus materials on DVD. The official Laurel and Hardy appreciation society is known as The Sons of the Desert , after a fraternal society in their film of the same name Laurel and Hardy are popular around the world but are known under different names in various countries and languages.

Reilly as Oliver was released in and chronicled the duo's tour of Great Britain and Ireland. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the animated series, see Laurel and Hardy TV series.

Main article: Stan Laurel. Main article: Oliver Hardy. Main article: Laurel and Hardy filmography.

Play media. Main article: Laurel and Hardy music. Main article: The Sons of the Desert. Biography portal Comedy portal Film portal. Retrieved: June 12, Retrieved: June 18, Retrieved: December 3, Research into Film.

April 22, quoting from The Silent Picture , issue 6, Spring , p. Retrieved: December 8, Mark, Tyler. Homer's D'oh! Retrieved: July 25, New York Times.

Archived from the original on July 8, Retrieved July 8, Retrieved: March 22, Retrieved: April 20, McFarland, Retrieved: December 7, Retrieved: April 16, Retrieved: January 29, Baltimore Sun.

Retrieved: October 16, Archived from the original on November 17, Retrieved January 17, The Independent.

Archived from the original on November 26, January 4, Retrieved: March 1, Retrieved: May 28, Archived from the original on June 2, Retrieved November 22, Archived from the original on October 31, Retrieved December 5, Andrews, Robert.

New York: Columbia University Press, New York: Crown Publishers, Laurel and Hardy Movie Paperbacks.

The Life and Times of Laurel and Hardy. New York: Smithmark, Hilversum, Netherlands: Blotto Press, Laurel and Hardy: Clown Princes of Comedy.

New York: Columbus Books, London: Routledge, New York: Dell Publishing, The Complete Films of Laurel and Hardy. New York: Citadel, ; First edition The Films of Hal Roach.

New York: Museum of Modern Art, Guiles, Fred Lawrence. Stan: The Life of Stan Laurel. Harness, Kyp. Kanin, Garson. Together Again! Kerr, Walter.

The Silent Clowns. Lahue, Kalton C. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, Louvish, Simon.

New York: St. Martin's Press, Maltin, Leonard. Movie Comedy Teams. New York: Da Capo Press, The Great Movie Comedians. Marriot, A. Laurel and Hardy: The U.

The Comic Mind: Comedy and the Movies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ; First edition McCabe, John. Hardy: An Affectionate Biography.

The Comedy World of Stan Laurel. Babe: The Life of Oliver Hardy. London: Robson Books, ; First edition , Citadel. McCaffrey, Donald W.

New York: A. Barnes, McGarry, Annie. London: Bison Group, MacGillivray, Scott. McIntyre, Willie. Ayrshire, Scotland: Willie McIntyre, McIver, Stuart B.

Dreamers, Schemers and Scalawags. Sarasota, Florida: Pineapple Press Inc. New York: Batsford, ; First edition Nollen, Scott Allen.

Okuda, Ted and James L. Robb, Brian J. Manchester, UK: Pocket Essentials, Robinson, David. New York: E. Dutton, Sanders, Jonathan. London: Cassell, Scagnetti, Jack.

New York: Jonathan David Publishers, Sendak, Maurice. In the Night Kitchen. Bei einigen Filmen griff man allerdings auf ältere Kinofassungen zurück.

Ab dem 7. März bis zum 3. Hier standen als Sendezeit nicht mehr 25, sondern nur zwischen 15 und 18 Minuten zur Verfügung, woraufhin die Filme mehr oder weniger stark gekürzt werden mussten.

September bis Bei diesen Bearbeitungen wurden die Filme mit Walter Bluhm als Stan und Michael Habeck als Oliver neu synchronisiert und möglichst dem Original entsprechend präsentiert.

Bei den meisten Bearbeitungen wurden alte Dialogbücher, die schon bei den Kinobearbeitungen verwendet wurden, benutzt und von Wolfgang Schick aufgearbeitet.

Jeder Spielfilm wurde mit Informationen zu der jeweiligen Filmproduktion in einem Studio mit Filmplakaten und Requisiten des gezeigten Filmes von Theo Lingen eingeleitet.

Vom 7. September bis zum Dezember wurde eine weitere Serie in 30 Episoden namens Meisterszenen gezeigt.

Hierbei handelte es sich um minütige Folgen. In dieser Serie wurden keine kompletten oder leicht gekürzten Filme, wie bei den Vorgängerserien Dick und Doof , Zwei Herren dick und doof oder Lachen Sie mit Stan und Ollie , gezeigt, sondern Höhepunkte von ein bis zwei thematisch zusammengefassten Filmen, wie zum Beispiel Kindererziehung, Eheleben oder einfach nur das Zerstören eines Schornsteines, in einer Art Best-of-Präsentation.

Die Synchronisationen waren zum Teil aus den Kinofassungen der Filme, vereinzelt auch aus den Fernsehfassungen, so dass Hardys Stimme innerhalb einer Folge manchmal wechselte.

Bei der Erstausstrahlung wurde die Serie freitags um Ab liefen Wiederholungen um Er wurde ab in einer geänderten Version für die Serie Meisterszenen der Klamotte verwandt.

Von den ern bis in die er Jahre hinein wurden ihre Filme auf Super 8 und Normal 8 Schmalfilm für das Heimkino vermarktet, wobei ein seltener Farbkurzfilm erhältlich war.

Die zweite Rolle, mit der Szene des Versicherungsvertreters Eugene Pallette , gilt weiterhin als nicht auffindbar. Insgesamt sind es drei Rollen, wobei die erste und die dritte komplett existieren, die zweite Rolle ist nur als Fragment erhalten.

Anhand von Szenen-Fotos und den bisherigen Filmfragmenten ca. Diese ist wie die Tonspur ca. Die deutsche Verleihfassung Banditenlied gilt, wie die englische Originalfassung, als verschollen.

In der deutschen Synchronfassung, wurde aus Ollies "untreuer Ehefrau", so im Original, "die Schwester". Zu Beginn der Tonfilmzeit war es noch nicht üblich, grundsätzlich Filme für das Ausland synchronisieren zu lassen, obwohl es diese Technik schon gab.

Letzteres ist nicht sicher geklärt. Diese Filme sind teilweise auch anders geschnitten und enthalten zum Teil längere Sequenzen von bekannten Szenen sowie oft auch Zusatzszenen, welche in den originalen amerikanischen Versionen nicht vorhanden sind.

Daher gelten diese Versionen als eigenständige Filme. Viele dieser Sprachversionen sind verschollen. Einige sind jedoch erhalten bzw.

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Chill Wills. The Lucky Dog. Duck Soup. Slipping Wives. Why Girls Love Sailors. With Love And Hisses. Sailors, Beware! The Second Hundred Years.

Call of the Cuckoo. Do Detectives Think? Gebrauchen Detektive ihren Kopf? Putting Pants On Philip. The Battle Of The Century.

Dank der wiedergefunden dritten Rolle ist der Kurzfilm wieder fast vollständig; die Tortenschlacht ist wieder komplett enthalten.

Er hat jetzt eine Lauflänge von ca. Flying Elephants. The Finishing Touch. From Soup To Nuts. Two Tars.

We Faw Down. Big Business. Unaccustomed As We Are. A Perfect Day. The Hollywood Revue of Night Owls. Below Zero. Die komplett erhaltene englische Tonspur gibt es auf CD und beweist, dass sie nicht nur Gastauftritte haben.

Hog Wild. Another Fine Mess. Chickens Come Home. Laughing Gravy. Our Wife. Pardon Us. One Good Turn. Beau Hunks.

Any Old Port. The Music Box.

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Crazy Credits. Sons Of The Desert. Pack Up Your Troubles. Kinoprogramm Kaufering, was die Harmonie der Campen stört, muss radikal abgeräumt werden, in einem Akt der Befreiung, der erleichtert und erheitert. Duck Devimon. Fehler auf taz. Regie: Jon S.

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