Most Popular Julie Leonard Trailers
Total trailers found: 8
30 July 1925
Stan Laurel before Laurel and Hardy, in this "Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde"-inspired story, which was released 30 July 1925.
West of Hot Dog Trailer (1924)
30 December 1924
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.
Mandarin Mix-Up Trailer (1924)
29 August 1924
Stan Laurel plays a Chinese laundryman and he displays some good physical slapstick reminiscent of his days with the Karno troupe in England.
Half a Man Trailer (1925)
30 August 1925
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.
Detained Trailer (1924)
01 October 1924
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.
Mud and Sand Trailer (1922)
13 November 1922
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.
Somewhere In Wrong Trailer (1925)
29 January 1925
Stan plays a kind hearted tramp whose love goes un-requited in this sweet short film from 1925.
Navy Blue Days Trailer (1925)
29 May 1925
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.