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laurel and hardy dance to summer holiday by cliff richard
21 May 2007
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laurel and hardy dance to the proclamers
25 May 2007
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this is what happens if you put barbie girl by aqua to laurel and hardy dancing .
30 May 2007
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laurel and hardy dance to another tune by aqua .
1 Jun 2007
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this is abit late but its laurel and hardy dancieng to a clubland 10 tune
2 Sep 2007
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The sensational comedy duo of Laurel and Hardy were international movie megastars. Here in The Flying Deuces, the comic pair decided to join the Foreign Legion to forget their troubled lives back home. Unfortunately, they find doing laundry in a desert for a surly sergeant not as appealing as they’d hoped! After going AWOL, the delightfully ridiculous chases and stunts take over. Showcasing the teamwork and chemistry that made them famous, Laurel and Hardy carry the picture with nonstop entertainment. The Flying Deuces continues sends the duo out of the frying pan and into the fire – or firing squad, as the case is in this riotous classic.
28 Dec 2007
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Welcome to The Laurels at Morgan Falls Apartments located in the Atlanta, GA area. We feature one bedroom, two bedroom, three bedroom and four bedroom apartment homes conveniently located north of downtown Atlanta, GA. The Laurels at Morgan Falls is located in Sandy Springs, one of Atlanta's most upscale and sought after communities. We are in an exceptional school district where outstanding restaurants, golfing facilities, national parks and elegant shops surround you. Whether you are looking for the privacy of a 1 bedroom carriage house or the luxury of a 4 bedroom apartment home, Laurels at Morgan Falls has been architecturally designed with more living space than you ever imagined, more convenience than you expected and an abundance of custom details that make your home special. Depending upon the plan you select, you'll discover built-in shelves and bookcases, glass front cabinetry, beautiful crown moldings and fluted casings, formal entry foyers, bay windows, oversized covered decks, graceful front porches and private entrances. Because we care about our residents, we want to provide the best. That's why we have created brand new floor plans for The Laurels at Morgan Falls with exceptional amenities and exciting programs for the young and young at heart. All this in a friendly neighborhood atmosphere that offers something for everyone...plenty of space for families and plenty of privacy for individuals. Whether you are the busy professional on the go or a busy parent juggling your family schedule, you'll find that The Laurels at Morgan Falls Apartments in Atlanta, GA is special! View these apartments for rent online at ForRent****: *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/1000644.php
28 Feb 2008
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8 Mar 2008
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Emphasizing natural Texas landscape, you can live in a Hill Country setting with the conveniences of city life at Laurel Canyon. Tastefully designed white limestone and wood architecture makes your new home a treat every day of the week. View these apartments for rent online at ForRent****: *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/999909474.php
9 Feb 2009
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Mud and Sand is the hilarious spoof of Blood and Sand, a romance revolving around a gallant bullfighter. But in Mud and Sand, the slightly less than gallant Stan Laurel (of Laurel and Hardy fame) is a daring bullfighter in the hot Spanish sun. This silent film overflows with Laurel’s comic genius for timing, gags, and some well devised puns. But along with the slapstick, there are some frantic moments involving bulls, including one scene where Laurel himself was nearly killed during filming! Mud and Sand is a quirky and silly short comedy that gives viewers a chance to see Stan Laurel before he teamed up with his overweight accomplice.
4 Aug 2008
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Stan Laurel spent his final days in a small apartment in Santa Monica. Produced with background music and sound effects in the style of old time radio, Hollywood Stories with Stephen Schochet is a new syndicated one minute program on the TalkStar Radio Network heard throughout the USA and Canada: *******www.hollywoodstories****/radioshow.htm Stephen Schochet is the author and narrator of the audiobooks "Fascinating Walt Disney" and "Tales Of Hollywood". GREAT GIFTS!! Available at Apple iTunes, Amazon, Barnes and Noble Stores or toll free twenty four hours at 1-800-431-1579. "So many of our listeners have told me that when they needed gifts your Hollywood and Disney CDs have really helped them out" -- Tron Simpson, Morning Host KCMN Radio, Colorado Springs For more information go to *******www.hollywoodstories****.
6 Oct 2008
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Laurel Line: An Anthracite Region Railway JAMES N.J. HENWOOD & JOHN G. MUNCIE The dawn of the 20th Century saw a new form of transportation evolve in the United States: the interurban electric railway. These enterprises were natural offshoots of the original, short urban trolley lines that quickly replaced the horse car in the 1890s. Most trolley lines lived in relative obscurity and enjoyed a few years of prosperity, followed by decline and abandonment in the face of bus and automotive competition. A relative handful managed to survive until the post-World War II years and thus have attracted greater attention. Among them was the Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad. The Laurel Line, as it was most commonly known, was unusual in several respects: It was built to higher-than-normal standards for electric short line railroads; it operated mostly with a third rail power system; it ran exclusively on private rights-of-way; and it served a geographically narrow region whose economy was heavily dependent on one industry - coal. The Laurel Line's corporate records survived, and authors Henwood and Muncie made the most of this historical treasure. In the book, the railroad emerges in human terms of strife, struggle, victory and defeat. The reader learns not only what happened, but why, and who made it happen. All railroads are interesting if properly researched - the Laurel Line as portrayed in this work is profoundly fascinating. Life in Pennsylvania's anthracite region is detailed when the Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad was fighting the good fight. $39.95 ISBN:0976507234 8.5" x 11", paperback 214 pp 2005 Have a question or a comment for James Henwood or John Muncie? Email them at laurellinetribute-books****
27 Jun 2008
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