Classic Chops: Classic Comedians

by Todd Liebenow · June 3, 2013 · Classic Chops · No Comments

It’s time for the latest instalment of Classic Chops. This time we have a great collection of posts on the work of classic movie comedians. Thanks to everyone who submitted a post! Our next edition will be a free-for-all…you can submit any review or article on classic movies. Remember, around here “classic” means anything released before 1970. Send your links to classicchops@gmail.com by June 16 to be a part of our next post! Now enjoy these great submissions…

Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle:
“Leap Year” review at Silver Screenings

Charlie Chaplin:
“Modern Times” review at Cinematic Catharsis
Comparative Analysis: The Dictator (2012) and The Great Dictator (1940) at The Movie Rat

Buster Keaton:
Keaton Retrospective at Cinema Sights

Bob Hope & Bing Crosby:
A look at the Road Movies at The Vintage Cameo

The Bowery Boys:
“Live Wires” review at Forgotten Films

The Marx Brothers:
“Duck Soup” review at David Baruffi’s Entertainment Views and Reviews

Laurel & Hardy:
“Way Out West” review at Silver Emulsion
“Block-Heads” review at Silver Emulsion

Oliver Hardy:
The Show” review at The Movie Rat

Our Gang:
“Aladdin’s Lantern” review at Forgotten Films

Mae West:
“She Done Him Wrong” review at Cinematic Catharsis

Larry Semon:
“The Wizard of Oz” review at Forgotten Films

Multiple:
Chaplin’s “The Circus” and Laurel & Hardy’s “Way Out West” in a 31 Days of Oscar post at The Movie Rat

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