The BEST Episodes of Laurel & Hardy
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Aug 21, 2019
The Laurel and Hardy Show is a series of short silent films which later led into talking short films and feature movies with the progression in sound technology. The show revolves around the duo getting into various situations that are often a bit unrealistic and silly. The main focus is on the two disagreeing so often that it got them into trouble on more than one occasion. 'The Laurel and Hardy Show' is a syndicated version of The Boys, seen weekly throughout the late 80s. Showcased collections of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy's genius work, as well as featurettes ending each episode dediacted to the bit-players seen in many shorts. Distributed and made by Hal Roach.
#1 - Brats
Season 6 - Episode 3
Sound Short - Laurel and Hardy have to baby sit their mischevious sons.
#2 - Hustling for Health
Season 2 - Episode 3
Silent Short Featuring only Stan Laurel.
#3 - 45 Minutes From Hollywood
Season 2 - Episode 1
Silent Short - Laurel and Hardy must take a 45-minute train ride to Hollywood in order to make a payment on their house. When they get there the star-struck pair mistake a bank robbery as a movie set and get themselves into hot water.
#4 - Berth Marks
Season 5 - Episode 7
Sound Short - Stan and Ollie are musicians who cause all sorts of trouble on a train trip to their next performance.
#5 - Perfect Day
Season 5 - Episode 9
Sound Short - Laurel and Hardy decide it's a nice day to take their families on a picnic. One mishap after another threatens to ruin their plans.
#6 - Night Owls
Season 6 - Episode 1
Sound Short - Laurel and Hardy are hired by a cop to pose as robbers, so he can arrest them and keep his job.
#7 - Saps at Sea
Season 16 - Episode 2
After working in the noisy horn factory, just the sound of one drives Oliver into a violent fit. Dr. Finlayson prescribes a long, restful sea voyage, so Stan and Oliver rent a boat and set sail, unaware that escaped killer Nick Grainger has stowed away onboard. To disable the crook, the boys prepare him a meal using string for spaghetti, sponges for meatballs and soap for cheese. But Grainger discovers their plan and decides to make them eat the stuff themselves.