Last footage from Laurel & Hardy ever! In 1956!

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This Is Your Life Laurel & Hardy

A rare candid look at the two giants of movie comedy on the 1954 "reality" type television program, "This Is Your Life" with Ralph Edwards. Edited to fit the time constraints.

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You will see a home movie that was taken at the house from stan. Ollie was visiting Stan in 1956. The footage is in color. Enjoy!

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