For decades upon decades, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy's brand of humour have been the inspiration behind many of today's (and yesterday's) comedians. Today, almost 100 years since they first graced our screens, their movies are still loved worldwide by audiences of all ages, yet they are rarely seen on mainstream television these days. The BBC have told us that if we can get at least 20,000 signatures on this petition to prove that the public want to see Laurel and Hardy films on mainstream television again, then they will listen. Don't let future generations miss out on the works of Laurel and Hardy. sign today and share with your friends.
I can't believe they aren't seen somewhere, sometime on some channel but if they're not, they ought to be.
may get them away from the computer/phone for a short while !
I am now 67 years old. I grew up loving the films of Laurel and Hardy. I now own just about all of their talkies on DVD. They are far better than ANY other team in history, and I enjoy many of those as well. I hope they are not lost to future generations. It's a lot harder to make people laugh with clean comedy rather than the ubiquitous filth now doled out.
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