Â I think it was because they seemed like big kids to me Â— getting into trouble the way I used to as a kid.
Â To me, the fans of Laurel and Hardy love to share their 'heroes' with the world.
That has to be downright daunting, because film icons have their fans, and those devotees care enough that their celluloid heroes are portrayed in a sympathetic light.
She brings a lightness to the bumbling parent archetype, corny without being cloying.
Patches Along with showing cartoons and 'The Banana Splits', every Tuesday and Thursday mornings, J.
Â Wally Reid at Paramount had girlfriends.