Habeas Corpus (1928)

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Loony scientist (Carle) hires Laurel and Hardy to raid the cemetery to keep him supplied with dead bodies for his experiments.


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  • Stan Laurel in Habeas Corpus (1928)
  • Stan Laurel in Habeas Corpus (1928)
  • Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel in Habeas Corpus (1928)
  • Habeas Corpus (1928)
  • Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel in Habeas Corpus (1928)
  • Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel in Habeas Corpus (1928)

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12 February 2017 | searchanddestroy-1
Body snatchers
Before Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, in Robert Wise's BODY SNATCHER and also other features like John Gilling's FLESH AND THE FIENDS or Freddie Francis'BURKE AND HARE, I am surprised to see that topic of grave robbers in order to serve rogue medical experiments was used by Laurel and Hardy, in of course the most funniest way. What could I say more? The cemetery setting is also a very easy way to bring scary elements in a comedy scheme and show many gags to the audiences. I am not a Laurel and hardy specialist however but this short film seems pretty good for me, although I have not seen the other ones.

After all those decades and not only years, that is still amusing, entertaining at the most, even for youngest audiences.

But all Laurel and Hardy stuff is not so good.

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