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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Stan Laurel (left) talks of the death of Oliver Hardy in one of the letters <B
Oliver Hardy, known as "Babe" to his friends, mostly golfed when away from the movie set, leaving the more creative work to his partner Stan.
Indeed, there are shades of Norman Wisdom and a bit of Oliver Hardy in Corden's performance, as slapstick often is the order of the day.
HUNDREDS of people gathered to see Ken Dodd unveil a statue of fellow comedians Stan Laurel and his sidekick Oliver Hardy yesterday .
Think 1930s stereotypical characters with one servant dressed as a French maid, who prances around a lot, and another who gives a good Oliver Hardy impersonation - and also prances around a lot.
1957: American film comedian Oliver Hardy who starred, alongside Stan Laurel, in Babes in Toyland and Jitterbug, died on this day.
Burma's ruler, General Than Shwe, is handling this crisis on a par with the foolhardiness of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
Humans who devote their life to eating get in trouble (Rik Waller, Dawn French, Oliver Hardy, etc), but the metabolism of greyhounds means they can eat all they want yet remain slim.
A 1934 screen version, ``March of the Wooden Soldiers,'' featured Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
The second was of an old movie clip of when Oliver Hardy decided to join pal Stan Laurel for a spot of amateur boating on the lake at the local park.