The "four clowns" of this Robert Youngson anthology are: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Charley Chase and Buster Keaton. There are examples of Laurel and Hardy's individual work prior to their teaming; samples of Chase's work, including his 1928 short, "Limousine Love"; and an abridged version of Keaton's 1925 feature, "Seven Chances."
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Includes excerpts from 'Two Tars', 'Limousine Love', 'Seven Chances', 'Us', 'Their Purple Moment', 'The Second Hundred Years', 'Putting Pants on Philip,' 'Big Business', and 'Double Whoopee'. See more
Features Seven Chances