“Let me hear you sing that again….”: Laurel and Hardy in “The Bohemian Girl” (1936).
Stan's Voice (Bohemian Girl ), a song by Laurel and Hardy on Spotify
If so, it had a steroid effect — initially strengthening their work at least according to fans of Fra Diavolo , but eventually bloating their work and accentuating its weaknesses. Yeah, we get the idea, already. As for the movie proper, even its most vocal fans find something annoying in it. Stan and Ollie are tortured, and Arline is about to be beaten when her countess origins are discovered and she is spared. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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IP: Logged. UBBFriend: Email this page to someone! The film is worth it just for the pickpocket scene through the scene at the tavern where the boys divide up their spoils. The print is very-very good, but just short of being excellent.
The is the second Laurel and Hardy feature film to inhabit a comic opera version of fancy-dress Europe. Furthermore, the film as a whole is somewhat overshadowed by the tragic and mysterious death of that wonderful comic performer Thelma Todd by carbon monoxide poisoning while the film was still being made. The Count has a violent and uncontrollable hatred for the entire Roma community and will have any or all of them flogged for infringing on any part of his immense estates.