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Our Relations (1936) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Harry Lachman and produced by Hal Roach and Stan Laurel.

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Our Relations (1936)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 9, 2014 From 4 Star Films

How can you get sick of Laurel & Hardy? Maybe it’s possible, but I always enjoy coming back to them, because they are easy on the eyes and the mind. They have the mayhem of the Marx Brothers or The Three Stooges, but they remain perhaps even more endearing more often than not. They may not... Read full article


Our Relations (1936)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 9, 2014 From 4 Star Films

How can you get sick of Laurel & Hardy? Maybe it’s possible, but I always enjoy coming back to them, because they are easy on the eyes and the mind. They have the mayhem of The Marx Brothers or The Three Stooges, but they remain,?perhaps, even more endearing more often than not. They may n... Read full article


Our Relations (1936)

By Beatrice on Sep 8, 2013 From Flickers in Time

Our Relations Directed by Harry Lachman Written by Richard Connell, Felix Adler, et al 1936/USA Hal Roach Studios/Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer First viewing I found most of this uninspired until the very end when a sight gag involving Stan and Ollie bobbing around like roly-poly dolls with their feet in... Read full article


Our Relations

By RBuccicone on May 3, 2011 From MacGuffin Movies

Our Relations (1936) ???? With every Laurel and Hardy movie or short I watch, I warm more to their humor. Our Relations would be my favorite thus far and is just a riot of misunderstandings. ???? Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy?open the film at the dinner table with their wives. The two are best friend... Read full article


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Quotes from

Ollie: Stan took me to see and Punch and Judy show; I haven't seen one of those since I was a kid.


Stan: Shakespeare.
Ollie: Longfellow.
Ollie: What goes up the chimney?
Stan: Santa Claus.


Finn: [hands Ollie a bill] Here, have yourselves a fling.
Ollie: A dollar? We can't do much flinging on a dollar.


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Facts about

A fat girl in the beach photograph appears to be June Gittelson, and the girl in the framed photograph appears to be Martha Sleeper.
King Edward VIII (aka Duke of Windsor) of Great Britain requested a command performance screening of the film in October of 1936, before it was released.
One of two Laurel & Hardy features to be credited as 'A Stan Laurel Production' (the other was Way Out West), even though Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., not Stan Laurel Productions, had the only copyright claim on both films.
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