The beloved comedy team of Laurel and Hardy light up the silver screen at the Harris Theater on First Night! Join us for four classic shorts that will have you roaring with laughter, a testament to two of the 20th century's most talented comics.
ONE GOOD TURN (1933) Victims of the Depression with good hearts try to save a sweet old lady from eviction.
ME AND MY PAL (1933) Ready to leave for his wedding, Mr. Hardy is distracted when best man Mr. Laurel arrives with his gift - a jigsaw puzzle.
SCRAM!(1932) During a late-night storm, vagrants are invited home by a wealthy inebriate, except he fails to find the correct house. The inspired finale is another of those sequences with the boys reduced to spasms of helpless laughter in a lady's bedroom.
BUSY BODIES (1933) Carpenters drive to and "work" at a planing mill. Relying heavily on pantomime (Stan speaks only 24 words!), as well as violent but unhurried slapstick, this rates as one of Laurel and Hardy's finest shorts.