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  1. When watching an episode of "The Laurel and Hardy Show" that contained a footage of the duo on a 1950s episode of "This is Your Life", Stan Laurel was talking about how he started off in show business back when he was still a teenager. During his early years on the vaudeville stage, he performed in many costumes as many characters. There was a collage of several pictures of Stan Laurel shown on the screen (edited into the portion of this program for "The L & H Show"), and one of the pictures stood out to me. It was of Stan Laurel dressed up just like Charlie Chaplin's "Little Tramp" cha
  2. Can anyone help me out with this? For YEARS I had always remembered this very strange, yet very funny footage I had seen only once on TV. I'm not quite sure what program it was, but I've always associated it with "America's Funniest Home Videos". Here it goes - It took place in a rather darkened living room. A dog, quite possibly a golden retriever, was lying on the carpet. Beside the dog was what appeared to be a small person. It was actually a man much taller than he appeared to be, but was creating the illusion to appear standing short. The "little" man was wearing a fe
  3. WOW! Thanks for all that useful information! I didn't know "CAULIFLOWER CUPIDS" had not one, but two alternate titles! Would it at all be possible to request that movie as well as "MAROC 7" for TCM to play someday? I wish I had known of this ahead of time prior to April, because then it would be possible for this movie to be shown on TCM in April for the network's "Star of the Month" salute to Jane Russell. At least I can keep my fingers crossed that "MAROC 7" would be shown if there's a possible chance Cyd Charisse can be named "Star of the Month", or else be featured for "Summer Under th
  4. It's no surprise to me that this particular movie ("CAULIFLOWER CUPIDS") was not shown at all this past month saluting Jane Russell. I wasn't counting on it though, but if the movie itself isn't lost, then I would've expected it to air. Still, there is hope it will turn up someday. Just think of all the films that were once lost, and then later discovered. There were several silent films that were long-sought to be lost, and they were eventually discovered in some foreign countries. The only way to restore them into English was just by translating the dialogue titles from that foreig
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