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Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976

Stan Laurel character jug produced in England in 1976. With Oliver Hardy, part of probably the most the popular comedy team in motion-picture history, Stan Laurel (1890-1964), whose real name was Arthur Stanley Jefferson, was born in Ulverson, England. The thin Laurel and rotund Hardy became a team in 1927. Their typical routine involved a simple set-up, which is then complicated by their zany antics. Their films are marked by expert pantomime, well-defined character and special care taken with props. They appeared in shorts until 1935 and in features until 1951. Hardy made frequent appearances in straight roles without Laurel. Their best-known films included the Academy Award-winning "The Music Box" (1933), "Fra Diavolo" (1933), "Sons of the Desert" (1934) and "Way Our West" (1937). The Stan Laurel character jug is a pair with the identically decorated Oliver Hardy character jug.

Maker:

unknown

England

1976

Model #:

character jug

Size:

large

Height:

7"

Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976
Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976
Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976
Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976
Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976
Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976
Stan Laurel character jug - England 1976
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