A Tribute to the Boys: Laurel and Hardy Trailer

A Tribute to the Boys: Laurel and Hardy Trailer (1992)

05 April 1992 Factual 85 mins

Modern comedians share their thoughts about Laurel and Hardy. Also includes archival footage of contemporary comedians. Hosted by Dom DeLuise.

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Dom DeLuise

as Himself - Host / Narrator

Iris Adrian

as (archive footage)

Steve Allen

as Himself

Lona Andre

as (archive footage)

Harry Bernard

as (archive footage)

Stanley Blystone

as (archive footage)

Frank Brownlee

as (archive footage)

Mae Busch

as (archive footage)

Johnny Carson

as Himself

Allan Cavan

as (archive footage)

Charley Chase

as (archive footage)

Dorothy Christy

as (archive footage)

Blake Edwards

as Himself

Stanley Fields

as (archive footage)

Stan Laurel

as Stan / Sandy / Alf / Lord Paddington (archive footage)

Oliver Hardy

as Ollie / Fanny / Bert (archive footage)


Gene Rosow


International Releases Dates

United States 05 April 1992

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