|Product Name||Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy The Complete Collection, Vol. 7|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media|
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|Long Description||Mastered from the original 35mm material, this seventh volume of lost films from the great comedy team of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy includes: Their first ''talkie,'' ''Unaccustomed As We Are'' (1929, 21 min.), ''Should Married Men Go Home'' (1928, 22 min., silent), a special talkie version of the silent ''Double Whoopee'' (1929, 19 min.) created by the Laurel & Hardy Appreciation Society with voices by Stan and Ollie impersonator Chuck McCann, ''With Love and Hisses'' (1927, 24 min., silent), ''Sailors Beware'' (1927, 26 min., silent), and the ''Hal Roach All Star Comedy'' series short ''Mixed Nuts'' (1934, 18 min.).|
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