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Post  cyprussyd on 2016-01-04, 8:14 pm


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Re: The Laurel & Hardy Appreciation Thread

Post  Hieronymus on 2016-01-04, 8:31 pm

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Classic indeed. Always makes me laugh out loud. Genius!  Laughing
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Post  sunderpitt on 2016-01-04, 8:55 pm

Thank you...I did not know you cared...my surname is Hardy..
Although Stan Laurel is a northerner.

We have a small garden statue of them.

I have to confess Mr  Chaplin is ahead of them all by miles. We went to the Sage a couple of tears ago to see The Kid with a full orchestra
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Post  cyprussyd on 2016-01-04, 10:32 pm

sunderpitt wrote:Thank you...I did not know you cared...my surname is Hardy..
Although Stan Laurel is a northerner.

We have a small garden statue of them.

I have to confess Mr  Chaplin is ahead of them all by miles. We went to the Sage a couple of tears ago to see The Kid with a full orchestra

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Post  Hieronymus on 2016-01-04, 11:20 pm

Stan Laurel was born in Ulverston in Lancashire (now Cumbria) but he lived in North Shields and attended Kings School in Tynemouth. There is a large statue of him in Dockwray Square, North Shields near the High Light above the Fish Quay. 

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Post  sunderpitt on 2016-01-04, 11:32 pm

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sunderpitt wrote:Thank you...I did not know you cared...my surname is Hardy..
Although Stan Laurel is a northerner.

We have a small garden statue of them.

I have to confess Mr  Chaplin is ahead of them all by miles. We went to the Sage a couple of tears ago to see The Kid with a full orchestra

Chaplin was originally from London..His Mum was a bit bonkers and was for a time in an asylum in West a London, that my wife later worked in. Whilst his Mum was in hospital Charlie was in a children home that later became a community centre, where I used to play 5 a side...trivia I know but his biography was fascinating. Everything that  looked spontaneous and effortless took a lot of practice and many takes. The kid was Jackie Coogan who was briefly married to Betty Grable and played uncle fester in the Adams family.
 Fred Astire was another who looked effortless but whose feet often bled from the practice before he was happy with a take. Ginger Rogers was often exhausted at the end of the day.
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Post  barrowmackem on 2016-01-05, 11:15 am

Hieronymus wrote:Stan Laurel was born in Ulverston in Lancashire (now Cumbria) but he lived in North Shields and attended Kings School in Tynemouth. There is a large statue of him in Dockwray Square, North Shields near the High Light above the Fish Quay. 

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Yes Laurel and Hardy museum is in Ulverston is just 9 miles from Barrow but i have never been to it yet!!!
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