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Nothing But Trouble(1945)

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  • Another later L & H where Stan had no input.

    • Denis
    • 6/20/18

    When Laurel and Hardy left the Hal Roach Studio in 1940, and signed with 20th Century Fox and MGM, it marked the beginning of the end for them as unique performers. Fox and MGM never seemed to understand the characters and gave them totally inappropriate lines and situations. Stan, who was always part of the creative team on the Hal Roach films, was totally shut out of the creative process by Fox and MGM. "Nothing But Trouble" is nothing but more of the same. Assembly line script thrown at them. These later films are so sad because they guys were still in pretty good shape and could have made a few more classics given the right conditions.

  • Laurel & Hardy in the '40's

    • Neal Rauch
    • 7/30/13

    Basically, stay away from any Laurel & Hardy movie made after the 1930's. They can be painful to watch, especially if you know their works from the early '30's. (Their films become more hit or miss after 1935, but still some gems like "A Chump At Oxford," their last good film, made in 1939/though released in 1940.)

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