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The Second Hundred Years (1927) was a Comedy - Short Films Film directed by Fred Guiol and produced by Hal Roach.

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Laurel and Hardy's heads were shaved for their appearance in this film, and their hair had not yet grown back in their roles in Max Davidson's Call of the Cuckoos (1927), released a week after this film.
This was the first Laurel and Hardy film to be released by MGM.
This is one of the few films in the Laurel & Hardy canon in which they don't use their own names.
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