3 Feature Length Films on 1 DVD Starring the Kings of Comedy...
Bogus Bandits (1933, 88 mins.): Ollie and Stan play Ollio and Stanlio, a pair of incompetent bandits who are hired as Menservants to Fra Diavolo (The Devils Brother), a real bandit played by Dennis King, who, in his other guise, is known as the Marquis de San Marco - an aristocrat who uses his position to discover the whereabouts of the treasures worn by the ladies in high society.
Movie Struck (1937, 69 mins.): A gas station attendant tries to help his girlfriend achieve success in Hollywood when she wins a local beauty contest. Stan and Ollie have a few hysterical scenes in this comedic gem that also features Rosina Lawrence, Jack Haley, Patsy Kelly, Mischa Auer and Jimmy Finlayson.
March Of The Wooden Soldiers (1934, 77 mins.): Stannie Dum (Stan Laurel) and Ollie Dee (Oliver Hardy) are well-meaning but brainless Toymakers in Toyland. They misinterpret an order from Santa Claus for 600 one-foot-high toy soldiers and come up instead with 100 six-foot-high soldiers. But their toy army comes in handy when the evil Barnaby (Henry Brandon) and his furry bogeymen invade Toyland, and the boys end up as heroes when they save the Widow Peep's daughter Bo (Charlotte Henry) from his clutches. This priceless nine-reel comedy from veteran Laurel & Hardy producer Hal Roach was the personal favorite of Oliver Hardy. Better known as Babes In Toyland, the film was the best of their feature-length operettas and certainly had the most lavish fantasy sets. It was rarely seen in public after a poor Walt Disney remake in 1961 and, when it was shown, the censors had often butchered it.