Stan Laurel Sports a Black Eye and Hangs Out with Oliver Hardy While Taking a Break from Filming

The cup and saucer in Oliver Hardy’s hands and the way he holds them add a dainty touch to this photo, yes?

Photo by the John Kobal Foundation/Getty Images via The Los Angeles Times

“The Finishing Touch” was a slapstick comedy silent film directed by Clyde Bruckman and produced by Hal Roach. It was released on February 25, 1928 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and starred Laurel as Stan and Hardy as Ollie. The film runs for less than 25 minutes and basically shows their hilarious attempt at building a house.

Curious? Here’s the full film, as seen on YouTube!

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