Laurel and Hardy Filmography

This is a full list of 'Laurel & Hardy' films. You can use this as a guide to building up your collection. The titles that are links lead to feature pages on the actual film

The Lucky Dog - 1921- Silent

45 Minutes From Hollywood - December 26, 1926 - Silent

1927

Duck Soup - March 13, 1927 - Silent

Slipping Wives -April 3, 1927 - Silent

Love 'Em and Weep - June 12, 1927 - Silent

Why Girls Love Sailors - July 17, 1927 - Silent

With Love and Hisses - August 28, 1927 - Silent

Sugar Daddies - September 10, 1927 - Silent

Sailors Beware - September 25, 1927 - Silent

The Second Hundred Years - October 8, 1927 - Silent

Now I'll Tell One - October 9, 1927 - Silent (only half exists)

Call of the Cuckoo - October 15, 1927 - Silent

Hats Off - November 5, 1927 - Silent  MISSING FILM

Do Detectives Think? - November 20, 1927 - Silent

Putting Pants on Phillip - December 3, 1927 - Silent

The Battle of the Century - December 31, 1927 - Silent

1928

Leave 'Em Laughing - January 28, 1928 - Silent

Flying Elephants - February 12, 1928 - Silent

The Finishing Touch - February 25, 1928 - Silent

From Soup to Nuts - March 24, 1928 - Silent

You're Darn Tootin' - April 21, 1928 - Silent

Their Purple Moment - May 19, 1928 - Silent

Should Married Men Go Home? - September 8, 1928 - Silent

Early to Bed - October 6, 1928 - Silent

Two Tars - November 3, 1928 - Silent

Habeas Corpus - December 1, 1928 - Silent

We Faw Down - December 29,1928 - Silent

1929

Liberty - January 26, 1929 - Silent

Wrong Again - February 23, 1929 - Silent

That's My Wife - March 23, 1929 - Silent

Big Business - April 20, 1929 - Silent

Unaccustomed as We Are - May 4, 1929 - Sound Short

Double Whoopee - May 18, 1929 - Silent (special sound version exits)

Berth Marks - June 1, 1929 - Sound Short

Men 'O War - June 29, 1929 - Sound Short

A Perfect Day - August 10, 1929 - Sound Short

They Go Boom - September 21, 1929 - Sound Short

Bacon Grabbers - October 19, 1929 - Silent

Hoosegow - November 16, 1929 - Sound Short

Hollywood Review of 1929 - November 23, 1929 CAMEO

Angora Love - December 14, 1929 -Silent

1930

Night Owls - January 4, 1930 - Sound Short

Blotto - February 8, 1930 - Sound Short

Brats - March 22, 1930 - Sound Short

Below Zero - April 26, 1930 - Sound Short

Rogue Song - May 10, 1930  Two Colour Technicolor MISSING, but parts exist.

Hog Wild - May 31, 1930 - Sound Short

The Laurel & Hardy Murder Case - September 6, 1930 - Sound Short

Another Fine Mess - November 29, 1930 - Sound Short

1931

Be Big - February 7, 1931 - Sound Short

Chickens Come Home - February 21, 1931 - Sound Short

Laughing Gravy - April 4, 1931 - Sound Short

The Stolen Jools - April, 1931 CAMEO

Our Wife - May 16, 1931 - Sound Short

Pardon Us - August 15, 1931- Sound Feature

Come Clean - September 19, 1931 - Sound Short

One Good Turn - October 31, 1931 - Sound Short

Beau Hunks - December 12, 1931 - Sound Four Reeler

On the Loose - December 26, 1931 - Cameo

1932

Helpmates - January 23, 1932 - Sound Short

Any Old Port - March 5, 1932 - Sound Short

The Music Box - April 16, 1932 - Sound Short

The Chimp - May 21, 1932 - Sound Short

County Hospital - June 25, 1932 - Sound Short

Scram - September 10, 1932 - Sound Short

Pack Up Your Troubles - September 17, 1932 - Sound Feature

Their First Mistake - November 5, 1932 - Sound Short

Towed in a Hole - December 31, 1932 - Sound Short

1933

Twice Two - February 25, 1933 - Sound Short

Me and My Pal - April 22, 1933 - Sound Short

Fra Diavolo - May 5, 1933 - Sound Feature

The Midnight Patrol - August 3, 1933 - Sound Short

Busy Bodies - October 7, 1933 - Sound Short

Wild Poses - October 28, 1933 -  OUR GANG Sound Short CAMEO

Dirty Work - November 25, 1933 - Sound Short

Sons of the Desert - December 29, 1933 - Sound Feature

1934

Oliver the Eighth - February 1934 - Sound Short

Hollywood Party - June 1, 1934 CAMEO

Going Bye Bye - June 23, 1934 - Sound Short

Them Thar Hills - July 21, 1934 - Sound Short

Babes in Toyland - November 30, 1934 - Sound Feature (March of the Wooden Soldiers)

The Live Ghost - December 8, 1934 - Sound Short

1935

Tit for Tat - January 5, 1935 Sequel to Them Thar Hills - Sound Short

The Fixer Uppers - February 9, 1935 - Sound Short

Thicker Than Water - March 16, 1935 - Sound Short

Bonnie Scotland - August 23, 1935 - Sound Feature

1936

The Bohemian Girl - February 14, 1936 - Sound Feature

On the Wrong Trek - April 18, 1936 -  CHARLEY CHASE Sound Short CAMEO

Our Relations - October 30, 1936 - Sound Feature

1937

Way Out West - April 16, 1937 - Sound Feature

Pick a Star - May 21, 1937 CAMEO - Sound Feature

1938

Swiss Miss - May 20, 1938 - Sound Feature

Block-Heads - August 19, 1938 - Sound Feature

1939

The Flying Deuces - October 20, 1939 - Sound Feature

1940's

A Chump at Oxford - February 16, 1940 - Feature  

Saps at Sea - May 3, 1940 - Sound Feature

Great Guns - October 10, 1941 - Sound Feature

A-Haunting We Will Go - August 7, 1942 - Sound Feature

Air Raid Wardens - April 1943 - Sound Feature

The Tree in a Test Tube -1943  10 min COLOUR War effort film

Jitterbugs - June 11, 1943 - Sound Feature

The Dancing Masters - November 19, 1943 - Sound Feature

The Big Noise - September 1944 - Sound Feature

Nothing But Trouble - March 1945 - Sound Feature

The Bullfighters - May 19, 1945 - Sound Feature

Their Last Picture

Atoll K - 1952 - Sound Feature Also known as UTOPIA or ROBINSON IN CRUSOELAND

BRITISH TOURS Find out about Laurel and Hardy's Tours round Britain...and even buy the book!

PHONETIC VERSIONS:  You may or may not know that Stan and Ollie made some of their early talkies in several languages. These versions are often longer than the English speaking originals. I personally find them fascinating. In fact several are included on the fantastic Universal 21 DVD BOX set (UK).

GO TO THIS PAGE FOR DVD INFO from around the globe, just follow the links to your respective regions: DVD FAQ

DOUBLE WHOOPEE: In 1969 this film received the distinction of being the first silent film in history to be dubbed into sound,including voice synchronisation. Chuck McCann, who is a superb Oliver Hardy impersonator and voice mimic provided both of the voices(Stan & Ollie).The late Al Kilgore wrote the script and directed the dubbing. This version has been released by THE HAL ROACH STUDIOS in the USA on VHS and DVD as part of the 'Laurel and Hardy and Friends' compilation. It is out on the new Hal Roach DVD releases in the USA.

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