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Movie Info & Cast


Laurel and Hardy, the world's most famous comedy duo, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan song - a grueling theatre tour of post-war Britain.


  • Steve Coogan
  • John C. Reilly
  • Shirley Henderson
  • Nina Arianda
  • Rufus Jones
  • Danny Huston
  • Joseph Balderrama
  • John Henshaw
  • Tapiwa Mugweni
  • Keith MacPherson

Did You Know?


  • In a major coup for Faye Ward and her relatively new Fable Pictures, the rights to the work of Laurel and Hardy have been licensed by Larry Harmon Pictures Corporation.
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  • Near the beginning of the film, Stan leaves a red telephone box opposite the theatre in Newcastle after ringing his wife back in Hollywood. When he brushes against the door frame, it flexes slightly, revealing that it's a wooden prop. Real telephone boxes were made of iron.
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    • [sees Tower Bridge]
    • Stan Laurel: There it is, the Eiffel Tower.
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Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

well acted and thoughtful production. Movie that actually has a story and makes sense while celebrating friendship and work ethic.

Libby B
Verified Review

It was like watching the real people

Geesus N


Nov 7, 2018

Featuring uncanny and hugely personable performances by Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel, and John C. Reilly as Oliver Hardy, and a smart script by Jeff Pope (Coogan’s co-writer on Philomena) that delivers laughs from both familiar and unexpected quarters, this is a fond, frequently very funny homage to an act that has lost none of its genius.

Metacritic review by Demetrios Matheou
Demetrios Matheou
Screen International
Nov 7, 2018

Everything the film has to offer is obvious and on the surface, its pleasures simple and sincere under the attentive guidance of director Jon S. Baird.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
Oct 25, 2018

It gives Steve Coogan one of his finest screen roles to date and for Reilly, it’s another triumph right on the heels of “The Sisters Brothers.” Whether you adore Laurel and Hardy or have never seen them in action, this film celebrates both the artist and the tenacity it takes to remain one.

Metacritic review by Alonso Duralde
Alonso Duralde