Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy Autographs

SKU: 8009698

Price:
Sale price$1,730.03

Description

Signed vintage matte-finish photograph (by Stax - photographer`s credit stamp verso), shows the iconic comedians Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in a beautiful portrait in their bowler hats, 10 x 8 inch, signed by both in blue ink "Hello Joan! - Stan Laurel" & "Oliver Hardy", with mild creasing to upper corners, silvering to dark areas, Hardy`s signature partially faded (but still entirely legible), and a horizontal scratch has been professionally restored - in nearly fine condition.

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Profession:
(1890-1965 & 1892-1957) Comedy duo act during the early Classical Hollywood era of American cinema.

Year of Birth: 1890

Biography (AI generated)

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are two of the most beloved and iconic actors in the world. They are best remembered for their classic comedy films, which often featured them as a duo. They were both born in the late 19th century and grew up in different parts of England. Stan, born Arthur Stanley Jefferson in Ulverston, Lancashire, was the son of an actor and theatre manager. He began his career as a comic actor and songwriter in music hall and vaudeville. Oliver, born Norvell Hardy in Harlem, Georgia, was the son of a barrister and began his career as a singer and dancer.

The two first appeared together in the 1927 short film The Lucky Dog. From this moment on, they were inseparable, going on to make over 100 films together. They became known for their unique brand of slapstick comedy, which often featured physical comedy, pratfalls, and witty dialogue. They were also known for their unique “double act”, in which they would often switch roles between the two characters, with Stan as the hapless one and Oliver as the bossy one.

Laurel and Hardy also had a successful career in the theatre, performing in music halls and vaudeville shows. They also made several appearances on television, including a number of shows for the BBC. They continued to perform together until 1954, when Stan retired. Oliver continued performing until his death in 1957. Stan passed away in 1965.

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960 and their classic films have been preserved and restored by the Library of Congress. Their work has been celebrated by many fans around the world and their legacy lives on in the many films and television shows that have been inspired by them. They remain two of the most beloved and influential performers in the history of comedy.

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy remain two of the most beloved and beloved comedians in the world. They are remembered for their classic comedy films, and the unique brand of slapstick comedy that made them famous. Their work continues to inspire generations of comedians and fans alike, and they remain two of the most beloved and influential performers in the history of comedy.

The legacy of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy will continue to live on through their classic films and the many comedians who continue to be inspired by their work. They will forever remain two of the most beloved and iconic actors in the world.

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