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The best tribute possible to the greatest comics ever: Stan & Ollie reviewed

12 January 2019

9:00 AM

12 January 2019

9:00 AM

You mess with Laurel and Hardy at your peril. Their fan base is essentially the entire world. Samuel Beckett adored them: many think they inspired Waiting For Godot. Eric Morecambe’s reluctance to appear in bed with Ernie Wise melted when he was reminded that Stan and Ollie had used the same conceit.

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