The Devil’s Brother (1933)

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, were in this “Barry Lyndon” and “Robin Hood” type movie that had ever took place in Italy in the early 18th century. As this is my 2nd Laurel and Hardy movie I saw.

It was in 1933, before their big hit of “March of the Wooden Soldiers” later on. How they were funny together as their talent, were brought into that big hit of ‘Babes in Toyland’.

Laurel and Hardy play as two poor travelling men, as they were robbed. They play as bandits as they were working for a serious thief master as he and his men caught them in the forest.

They got into a scam as they were to steal jewels. They got away quickly as they were funny in this. Drunk, woozy and spinning out of control. As this is for Laurel and Hardy fans, I give this a ‘C+’.

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