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Tit For Tat(1935)

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  • tit for tat

    • kevin sellers
    • 1/13/19

    Too bad this was Stan and Ollie's last two reeler 'cause they're about the best at this sub genre that there ever was.

  • Watch "Them Thar Hills", then "Tit for Tat"

    • Denis
    • 12/14/18

    This is the only time that Laurel and Hardy made a follow-up short ("Tit for Tat") which continued the plot line established by "Them Thar Hills". Although they stand alone very well, these shorts really should be watched one right after the other for maximum effect. Extremely funny and kudos to supporting players Charlie Hall and Mae Busch for terrific performances. A plus all the way around.

  • Classic Laurel & Hardy

    • Gerry Greenberg
    • 2/25/17

    Ranks with the best of Laurel and Hardy two reelers. Veteran Charlie Hal makes another appearance as is their nemesis.

  • Tit for tat

    • Tom
    • 9/21/11

    **** Love it.

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