Laurel And Hardy 

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were one of the most popular and successful comedy teams of the early to mid-20th century. They are known for their work in films such as The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case (1929), Pack Up Your Troubles (1932), and Sons of the Desert (1933).

Laurel was born in England in 1890 and Hardy in America in 1892. The two men met in 1917 while working for the Hal Roach studio and soon began working together. Laurel was the more creative of the two, writing and directing many of their films. Hardy was the more easy going of the two and his comic timing was impeccable.

The team appeared in over 100 films between 1917 and 1951. They also made a number of cameo appearances in other films and television shows. After their retirement from filmmaking, they both continued to make public appearances and perform in stage shows.

Laurel died in 1965 and Hardy in 1957. Their legacy has endured for over a century and they are still considered to be two of the greatest comedy actors of all time.

“The Trail of the Lonesome Pine” is a popular song published in 1913, with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and music by Harry Carroll. It was performed by the duo in their 1937 film ‘Way Out West’.

Backing Tracks – Trail Of The Lonesome Pine (The)

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