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Saps at Sea(1940)

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  • A Water-Logged Sea-Going Farce.

    • Frank Harris Horn
    • 9/17/10

    This is one of the shortest flicks Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy ever made in their career. This one runs just under an hour; a short and sweet comedy. Ollie suffers a nervous breakdown from working in a horn factory, which would drive anybody crackers, and both he and Stan try relaxing on a small boat...and turns out to be impossible, when a bank robber suddenly appears and forces them to set sail to escape capture. Ollie will wish he had gone to a sanitarium instead. Harry Langdon was one of the writers. With Richard Cramer, Harry Hayden, James Finlayson, Ben Turpin, Harry Bernard & Bob McKenzie. A short review for a short movie, which plays out like an early TV show.

  • Saps at Sea (1940)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 10/15/09

    Better than average Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy film, some very funny scenes. They are always worth watching. Even their films that are not so good are worth seeing.

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