An evening with Our Gang and Laurel & Hardy!
If you grew up in the 1930s and 40s you enjoyed watching these great films in theatres. If you grew up in the 50s and 60s you watched them on television. Either way you loved Stan, Ollie, Spanky, Scotty, Darla, Alfalfa, Buckwheat and all the rest. Watching these films today is like visiting old friends.
We can bring these great movies back to you on real film, the way they were originally shown. They will be a memorable event at your school, church, club, lodge hall or private party. Introduce these old friends to your neighbors, your spouse, your kids, your grand kids, your co-workers and anyone else you like or even those you don't like.
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The historic photo above left was taken at the Hal Roach studio in 1929. It shows Laurel and Hardy showing the then new sound equipment to members of "Our Gang." Gangsters left to right: Harry Spear, Mary Ann Jackson, Alan "Farina" Hoskins, Pete the Pup, Joe Cobb, Jean Darling. Sound engineer Elmer Raguse is at the controls of the RCA sound truck. The Hal Roach Studio dressing rooms are in the background.