Oliver Hardy


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Oliver Hardy
Norvell Hardy
Birthday
BirthplaceHarlem, Georgia
Died
Occupation
Actor

Hardy, Oliver

See under Laurel and Hardy.
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We do not want to end up like Oliver Hardy twiddling his bow tie and complaining: "Here's another nice mess you've gotten me into.
When he returned to Britain in 1947, he and Oliver Hardy visited Dockwray Square.
The story of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy would not have been complete, if the pair had not met the other unique talent that complemented what was then offer in the comedy circle - Hal Roach, the veteran director and producer who died in 1992, aged 100.
AN OLIVER HARDY impressionist has lost 18 stone after being told he would only have two years left to live if he carried on with his eating habits.
Summary: Hundreds of people have gathered in Stan Laurel's hometown as a statue of the comedian and his sidekick Oliver Hardy was unveiled.
1957: American film comedian Oliver Hardy who starred, alongside Stan Laurel, in Babes in Toyland and Jitterbug, died on this day.
Roly-poly Oliver Hardy was the yeoman actor and child of a slave-owning family whose roots in Southern gentility often surfaced in his comedy, even when tipping his hat meant getting a kick in the pants.
Frank Baum and a newly restored transfer of the 1925 silent version of ``Wizard of Oz,'' starring Oliver Hardy and Larry Semon, with a new score by Robert Israel plus a number ``Oz'' film features and shorts originally produced between 1910 and 1933.
STAN LAUREL Y OLIVER HARDY FUERON QUIZA LA PAREJA COMICA MAS CELEBRE DEL MUNDO.
THE two Newcastle fans in black and white shirts wearing masks of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy had it just about right.
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, Hollywood's most-beloved comedy duo, let loose on DVD April 18 in a brand-new release built around two of their best, but rarely seen, feature films -- "TCM ARCHIVES: THE LAUREL AND HARDY COLLECTION.