The Further Perils Of Laurel & Hardy is a career retrospective of one of the world's greatest comedy duos. This compilation by Robert Youngson charts every stage of Laurel & Hardy's rise to fame. Featuring examples of the comedy duo's solo work with clips from an early Stan Laurel one-reeler, Just Rambling Along (1918), and clips from three Billy West shorts from 1917 and 1918 that Oliver Hardy appeared in. These are The Villain, The Hobo and His Day Out.
The film also features excerpts from many of the comic pair's best silent shorts, including Do Detectives Think?, Flying Elephants, Should Married Men Go Home?, Sugar Daddies, The Second Hundred Years, Leave 'Em Laughing, You're Darn Tootin', That's My Wife, Habeas Corpus, Angora Love and Early To Bed.