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Laurel & Hardy - Any Old Port - 1932 - Full Movie

Any Old Port! is a 1932 short film starring Laurel and Hardy, directed by James W.Horne and produced by Hal Roach.

Plot
Sailors Laurel and Hardy disembark and book in a sleazy hotel. The
owner Mugsie Long intends to marry a young girl against her wishes, but
Stan and Ollie come to her rescue. After fleeing the hotel, the boys
find out they've left their money in their room, but an old pal of
Ollie's offers $50 if Ollie will fight in a boxing
ring that night. Ollie agrees but predictably makes Stan the fighter
and himself the manager. The catch is Stan's opponent is Mugsie himself.
Knowing how tough Mugsie is, Ollie makes a seemingly wise bet with a
drunk on Mugsie to win. The drunk accepts the bet, making himself seem
to Ollie a sucker. Seeing Stan as his opponent, Mugsie loads his glove
with metal before the fight begins. However, during the course of the
fight, Mugsie and Stan accidentally switch gloves, causing Mugsie to
comically run away from Stan knowing he has the loaded glove. Stan, who
doesn't realize the glove is loaded despite it weighing his arm down,
manages to knock out Mugsie by raising his arm upward. Ollie is forced
to give the drunk the money they received for entering the fight, and he
and Stan flee from the arena.

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Added: May-20-2012 Occurred On: May-20-2012
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  • 1:17 / 1:22 / 1:28 Damn she was hot for the past times.

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  • I always found their humour very slow and drawn out. Seriously drawn out.
    Very slow and seriously drawn out. Drawn out and made very slow. It was an approach, but I found it very drawn out.

    Chaplin on the other hand was a fucking master.

    "Critic James Agee, for example, wrote in Life magazine in 1949 that the final scene in City Lights was the "greatest single piece of acting ever committed to celluloid".

    Watch -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHBHdYgg9fI


    "The Tramp str More..

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