Way Out West (1937) - Commence To Dancin'
The song best known by this name, actually called "At The Ball, That's All," performed by the Avalon Boys, danced by Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, just arrived in Brushwood Gulch, told off by the sheriff (Stanley Ridges), a sublime early moment in one of their best films, Way Out West, 1937.
Way Out West - (Re-issue Trailer)
Prospectors Laurel and Hardy spill the beans about a map to a gold mine they are carrying Way Out West (1937).
Way Out West (1937) - Family Heirloom
Couriers in the old west, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are quite unaware that they're delivering the inherited gold-mine deed to an impostor (Sharon Lynne) and her scheming husband (James Finlayson), in Way Out West, 1937.
Way Out West (1937) - I Smell A Rat
Mary (Rosina Lawrence), the unschooled ward and servant of saloon keepers Lola (Sharon Lynne) and Mickey (James Finlayson), has no idea she's signing away an inherited gold mine, but the couriers of the deed (Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy), begin to suspect, in Way Out West, 1937.
Way Out West (1937) - Four Months To Christmas
Continuing their opening scene in which Oliver gets dunked in a river, Stan tries to hitch a ride, whereupon the boys meet Vivien Oakland, who, it shall become clear, they should not be messing-with, in Laurel and Hardy's Way Out West, 1937.
Dave Karger Intro -- Way Out West (1937)
TCMs Dave Karger introduces Way Out West, 1937.