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Laurel and Hardy - 12/06

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On December 6th, TCM will be showing a day of Laurel and Hardy films. Some of them haven't been on TCM in a while (like Pardon Us!). I'll be sure to record the entire day. Laurel and Hardy are one of my favorites.

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It's another nice mess that I won't miss! :lol: 

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There's a biopic coming out with Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly that I would guess might have helped inspire this programming.

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3 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

There's a biopic coming out with Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly that I would guess might have helped inspire this programming.

Yeah, I've heard of it but haven't seen it yet. I really want to see it though. 

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Lots of Laurel & Hardy on TCM in December:

In addition to the films on Dec. 6, the shorts TOWED IN A HOLE and HELPMATES are scheduled for Dec. 10. The feature HOLLYWOOD PARTY (1934) is coming up on Dec. 11, and BABES IN TOYLAND (1934) is scheduled for Dec. 24.

And, there's more coming up in January! On the 7th there'll be a whole night of Stan & Ollie!

Thanks, TCM!

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Great!

Now I can give all my DVDs and tapes a well deserved rest!  :)

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This is good news. A few years ago TCM did a huge deal to get the L&H films (I think they included Charley Chase and Thelma Todd shorts) but they have, in my opinion, been under utilized on the schedule. Maybe this means things are changing. If only they could get more of the silent shorts that would be great. (Amazon Prime is showing some of them.)

Happy to see more shorts though.

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