May 20th, 2015
Episode 376 of 1279 episodes
Laurel and Hardy will return to the big screen this summer in celebrations to mark the 125th anniversary of Stan Laurel's birth. Cinemas across the UK and in Ireland will be showing a double bill of their classic 1933 feature length film Sons of the Desert and the short movie County Hospital. Does black and white slapstick comedy still cut it with audiences used to the latest CGI effects? Ross Owen organised the Laurel and Hardy Roadshow, which sees two of their films screened in 19 different cinemas across the UK and Ireland this June.
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