NOTE : DVDS are the only Laurel and Hardy items that we do not sell over the Internet. However, we are an official partner site of amazon, so our links will direct you there to purchase this set. The DVDS on this page are on the UK REGION 2 CODE (PAL 625 LINE) system, however if you own a multi region DVD player, then amazon will ship to you (Worldwide-they will even deduct our 17.5% tax). Just click on our special links . But once you have completed your shopping, do return to our site, as we have many other items for sale via our own PAYPAL shopping cart.





The Laurel and Hardy DVD CollectionUniversal Video released their 20 (21) boxed set of DVD's in a blaze of publicity . It contains the Roach silents,sound shorts (in colour & B/W), features (colour & B/W) plus a whole lot more on themed DVD's. This has to be the most sought after set for fans outside of England, but if you have a multi region player that can play our PAL (BRITISH) REGION 2 DVDS,then go to our special page for the FULL list of content+sleeve photo's:


We have now links to each of the 20 single DVDs so that they may be purchased individually from via our special DVD links .

The Adventures of Robin Hood - 1938

includes a clip from the lost Rogue Song

Robin Hood       This movie is thrilling, all round family entertainment in glorious Technicolor at its best. So why should it interest the L&H buff? Well for a start it has at least  four Laurel and Hardy co-stars, namely, Alan Hale (Groagan in "Our Relations") who plays "Little John", Eugene Pallette (the insurance agent in "The Battle Of The Century") who plays "Friar Tuck", Rychard Cramer who briefly plays the victim of the henchmen in this movie (Judge Beaumont "Scram", nasty Uncle Jack "Pack Up Your Troubles"and Nick Grainger "Saps At Sea")Also seen in brief is Lionel Belmore (The Blacksmith in "Bonnie Scotland")

The DVD also contained the 'Glorious Technicolor Documentary ' with a colour clip of Laurel and Hardy in 'The Rogue Song' . The DVD has a host of interesting material for the movie buff. SEE REVIEW


Bogus Bandits fra diavolo Devils BrotherThis DVD is formatted for playback on PAL enabled systems REGIONS 2 (UK) and (4).

Fra Diavolo (Dennis King) is a bandit, who poses as the Marquis de San Marco in order to gain the confidence of Lady Pamela Rocburg (Thelma Todd) and her rich husband Lord Rocburg (James Finlayson). Meanwhile, Stanilo and Olivero have decided to become bandits themselves. Unfortunately their first target is Fra Diavolo. Of course, the boys only make things worst in fine comic style until the trio end up in front of a firing squad.This is  FRA DIAVOLO under the title of BOGUS BANDITS.

Actors: Dennis King  Thelma Todd  James Finlayson   Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo

Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Fullscreen  

laurel and hardy box setDOUBLE DVD BOX SET

March of The Wooden Soldiers (Babes in Toyland) B/W



A Musical Double Bill

Two Feature Films!


Laurel And Hardy - The Further Perils Of Laurel And Hardy DVD

Starring: Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel (1967)

This film is a compilation by the late Robert Youngson and represents the rise to comic greatness of the world’s favourite comedy duo. By depicting the various phases of their career along with other comedy greats like Snub Pollard, Charlie Chase and Jean Harlow, this film enables film comedy buff and general viewers alike to see a retrospective look at early stages of Laurel and Hardy’s film history including examples of the duo’s solo work. The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy also features biographies and performances from Tom Dugan, Edgar (Slow Burn) Kennedy, Billy West, and James Finlayson.

Includes clips from: Laurel's 1918 solo Just Rambling Along, Oliver's The Hobo from 1917, Do Detectives Think?, Flying Elephants, Sugar Daddies, The Second Hundred Years, Leave 'Em Laughing, You're Darn Tootin', Should Married Men Go Home?, Early To Bed, Habeus Corpus, That's My Wife and Angora Love. PAL REGION ZERO

UTOPIA (Laurel & Hardy's last feature) PLUS 'Laurel & Hardy Memories

Laurel and Hardy UtopiaStarring: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Suzy Delair

Directed by: Leo Joannon, John Berry

Stan and Ollie inherit a South Pacific Island rich in uranium, and fall foul of crooked lawyers. Also features the documentary 'Memories'.

Interactive menus. Special feature documentary 'Laurel and Hardy Memories', incorporating 1954 edition of 'This is Your Life', and rare footage of their 1932 UK tour ,L&H On Tour Newsreels ,Tree in a Test Tube (colour) and much more! It has a great menu featuring the UTOPIA Island.

Laurel & Hardy DVD2March of The Wooden Soldiers (Babes in Toyland) B/W

Stannie Dum (Stan Laurel) and Ollie Dee (Oliver Hardy) are well-meaning but brainless toymakers in Toyland. They misinterpret an order from Santa Claus for 600 one foot high toy soldiers and come up instead with 100 six foot high soldiers. But their toy army comes in handy when the evil Barnaby (Henry Brandon) and his furry bogeymen invade Toyland, and the boys end up as heroes when the save the widow Peep's daughter Bo (Charlotte Henry) from his clutches. This priceless nine reel comedy from veteran Laurel and Hardy producer Hal Roach, was the personal favourite of Oliver Hardy. Better known as Babes in Toyland, the film was the best of their feature-length operettas and certainly had the most lavish fantasy sets. It was rarely seen in public after a poor Walt Disney remake in 1961 and, when it was shown, the censors had often butchered it.


Starring: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Reginald Gardiner, Clem Wilenchick, Charles Middleton, James Finlayson

Director: Edward Sutherland

Stan and Ollie join the Foreign Legion to escape unrequited love. BONUS MATERIAL:  Includes an introduction by Tony Curtis and a clip of the original theatrical trailer for 'Laurel And Hardy's Laughing 20s'.


Overseas visitors: IMPORTANT. The DVD's that are on offer on this page are REGION 2 PAL 625 line. These will NOT play on USA domestic player .But if you own a multi region player,then will ship them to you and even deduct our 17.5% TAX off the price!

For Catalogue Pages Please use the menu on your left, or if you have arrived at this page via a search engine, then please go to the link below: