It is said that one or two Laurel & Hardy films are to be seen in UK cinemas sometime during this year. I should think so too! In spite of their age they are masterpieces of comedy, featuring many tricks learnt in Music Hall and Vaudeville. Some call it mere slapstick yet the greatest UK comedy moment the people chose was a piece of slapstick from 'Only Fools and Horses.' What is funny, if done well, is always funny. The films appear slow to us today but remember they had to do the same film several times, in a variety of languages! French, German and I think Italian. No dubbing them so they just remade it each time reading idiot boards. A Class Act!