Comedy

Comedy Cinema – This Week – Way Out West

Welcome to the sister article to Comedy Clicks! Each week, we will be taking an in depth look at some of the best comedy films that the world of cinema can offer! Today we will be looking at Way Out West


About the Film

Summary of Plot

Stanley and Ollie are enlisted to deliver the deed to a goldmine in a small village, only for it to be stolen.

– iMDB

Year Of Release

1937

Running Time

1 Hour 6 Minutes

Director

James W Horne


Trailer


Starring

Stan Laurel – Stan Laurel
Oliver Hardy – Oliver Hardy
Sharon Lynn – Lola Marcel
James Finlayson – Mickey Finn
Rosina Lawrence – Mary Roberts
Stanley Fields – Sheriff



Clips

Dance Routine


Trivia

  • Stan Laurel’s laughter was infectious; you can see Sharon Lynn (Lola) laughing unscripted as she tickles Stan during the hotel scene.
  • In the original script, Oliver Hardy’s part is identified by the name “Babe.” This was the nickname used by Oliver Hardy’s friends and colleagues for him.
  • The scenes where Stan and Ollie cross a shallow creek with their mule were filmed at Sherwood Forest, 40 miles north of Los Angeles, California. The location had no creek, so the studio excavated part of a dry old river bed and filled it with 25,000 gallons of water transported from a nearby lake.

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