Laurel and Hardy: The Feature Film Collection (Box Set) [DVD] £15 @ Zoom (£13.50 w/code)
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Laurel and Hardy: The Feature Film Collection (Box Set) [DVD] £15 @ Zoom (£13.50 w/code)

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Found 6th Apr
A classic collection of 34 vintage Stan and Ollie films, including early silent shorts, made between 1928 and 1940. That's less than 50p per film!
Sounds like a great deal for Stan & Ollie fans.
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Two of the greatest comedy actors to have ever lived.
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Xelon13 m ago

Great deal, but who still has a DVD player in 2018?



About 43.8 million people in the UK.
£13.50 with SIGNUP10 code
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£13.50 with SIGNUP10 code
Two of the greatest comedy actors to have ever lived.
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Wow, great first deal @DeadMeatGF - thanks for posting!

Welcome to HUKD
Laugh, laugh and laugh again.
Just watch next time parlament live.
parsimony45 m ago

Two of the greatest comedy actors to have ever lived.Heat added.

Jo44411 m ago

Just watch next time parlament live.


Thanks no won't I.
COLD! The two chufters and not even in HD!
Great deal, but who still has a DVD player in 2018?
Xelon1 m ago

Great deal, but who still has a DVD player in 2018?


Only a PlayStation and an Xbox !
Xelon13 m ago

Great deal, but who still has a DVD player in 2018?



About 43.8 million people in the UK.
Great deal but I'm not buying it because I'm running out of space with all the other bargains I will never have time to watch :-)
Can anyone who has this set confirm exactly what is included? The sticker says "10 Films in original Black & White and Glorious Colour' and the Amazon entry lists the following 10 titles:
Our Relations
Way Out West
Swiss Miss
Sons of the Desert
Saps at Sea
The Bohemian Girl
A Chump at Oxford
Pack up your Troubles
Block-Heads
Pardon Us
Are the remaining 24 titles made up of bonus shorts? Thanks.
It's a good set and price but I prefer the 21 disc set (yes it's more expensive) with all the "shorts" as well as these longer feature films....this is just missing so much good stuff....wish I'd bought a load of the 21 disc
sets when they were £20,they are quite expensive now lol.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 7th Apr
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HutchAW6 h, 14 m ago

Wow, great first deal @DeadMeatGF - thanks for posting!Welcome to HUKD


Thanks a lot - normally any deal I spot is already here, but I couldn't see this one - delighted it's gone hot!
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GeeTee774 h, 11 m ago

Can anyone who has this set confirm exactly what is included? The sticker …Can anyone who has this set confirm exactly what is included? The sticker says "10 Films in original Black & White and Glorious Colour' and the Amazon entry lists the following 10 titles:Our Relations Way Out West Swiss Miss Sons of the Desert Saps at Sea The Bohemian Girl A Chump at Oxford Pack up your TroublesBlock-HeadsPardon UsAre the remaining 24 titles made up of bonus shorts? Thanks.


The full list is on the link, I'm not familiar enough to know which are features and which are shorts, though.
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saucymonk5 h, 33 m ago

COLD! The two chufters and not even in HD!


As they stopped making films in the 50s I'd be surprised to find them in HD. Thanks for the input, though.
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Xelon5 h, 33 m ago

Great deal, but who still has a DVD player in 2018?


Anyone with an xBox, Playstation, BluRay player and the majority of PCs/Macs, some TVs, not to mention those with "old-fashioned" DVD players!
Rumour has it there's an app that lets you spin the disc on your finger in front of your phone's camera and it'll convert it into mpeg*
Personally I always buy DVD - ripping them to my Plex library at BluRay quality just means my media center spends all its time transcoding down to a streamable quality, ripping at DVD quality means it'll rip much quicker, stream quite nicely and they're almost always way cheaper to buy than BluRay and often cheaper than digital copies that don't have the extras.
I'd highly recommend a cheap DVD player if you don't have one

*This may not be true.
Definitely hot. My girlfriend and I have been watching the movies lately. I never thought they would still be as funny as I remembered but I was wrong. Hilarious, the timing is just amazing. Still great.
Just pure, classic comedy, ace.
Bargain......thanks for posting OP
the best - nothing makes me laugh time and time again like Stan and Ollie.
This set has the longer feature films and the shorts are the early silent ones....full listing.


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DescriptionA classic collection of 34 vintage Stan and Ollie films, including early silent shorts, made between 1928 and 1940. The films featured comprise: 'Our Relations', 'Brats', 'Twice Two', 'Way Out West', 'One Good Turn', 'Thicker Than Water', 'Swiss Miss', 'The Chimp', 'Flying Elephants', 'Sons of the Desert', 'We Faw Down', 'Their Purple Moment', 'On the Wrong Trek', 'Saps at Sea', 'You're Darn Tootin', 'Below Zero', 'Tiembla y Titubea', 'The Bohemian', 'Along Came Auntie', 'On the Loose', 'That's My Wife', 'A Chump at Oxford', 'From Soup to Nuts', 'Another Fine Mess', 'Pack Up Your Troubles', 'Their First Mistake', 'Putting Pants On Philip', 'Block-Heads', 'Unaccustomed As We Are', 'With Love and Hisses', 'Should Married Men Go Home', 'Pardon Us', 'The Hoose-Goose,' and 'Battle of the Century'.
Talking Pictures on Freeview etc has been showing a lot of these over the past few months. Many still hilarious. Some of these I haven't seen yet but now mainly showing the shorts at the moment.
Amazing thats my bros bday sorted with his blender u guys are the best thanks Op
Big fan here. My favourite was night owls.
And chump at oxford.
I bought the original big box set. About 30% of the films are funnier than anything of recent times. The other are just really funny
Edited by: "spatter" 7th Apr
They are legends when i was a kid thats all we watched.

' you give the profits to the fish ' - stan laurel
Any episode in the snow is genius
Yas23 h, 5 m ago

About 43.8 million people in the UK.


They play on Blu Ray
havntaclu20 h, 28 m ago

Talking Pictures on Freeview etc has been showing a lot of these over the …Talking Pictures on Freeview etc has been showing a lot of these over the past few months. Many still hilarious. Some of these I haven't seen yet but now mainly showing the shorts at the moment.


I think it's because their comedy is mostly physical and otherwise about the way they interact with each other. It's effectively timeless. I watch comedy I used to love when I wasn't little now and it seems completely rubbish - probably because that 60s and 70s comedy was of a style that we have moved away from. Physical comedy will always be funny if done well.
are they in colour?
DeadMeatGF7th Apr

As they stopped making films in the 50s I'd be surprised to find them in …As they stopped making films in the 50s I'd be surprised to find them in HD. Thanks for the input, though.


Search 'Laurel & Hardy Blu Ray' on Amazon, or elsewhere.
Just because a film is old doesn't mean it won't be available in HD. Quality film stock (the kind used by studios since the 1930s or earlier) holds a much higher resolution image than even a 4k Blu Ray.
So, provided a good version of the print still exists, you can make a HD release of almost any movie shot on film.
Hence why you can get Blu Rays of King Kong (1933), various Hitchock films from the '40s, and even a few Laurel & Hardy features.
Still makes me laugh just remembering watching the repeats on BBC 2 as a kid, with Harold Lloyd and Buster Keaton.Voted hot.
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