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They were one of the movies most successful and best-loved comic duos, probably because their irresistible slapstick antics were underscored by an indomitable optimism. Beginning with shorts made at the Hal Roach Studios, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy struck a universal chord by sharing a contentious yet benign friendship that always survived whatever indignities their mutual bumbling brought upon them. This two-disc collection focuses on the team at their zenith during the sound era and spotlights two features produced by Roach for M-G-M. The Devils Brother (1933) (also known as Fra Diavolo) is a laugh-filled adaptation of the Auber operetta in which Stanlio and Ollio tangle with a notorious robber baron. The delightful Bonnie Scotland (1935) is a misadventure that takes the boys to Scotland and India.
AspectRatio: 4 X 3 FULL FRAME, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.37:1
Audio: MONO - English, MONO - French