FIVE CLASSIC COMEDY SHORT SUBJECTS! Before they became the most celebrated comedy duo of all time, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were stars in their own right! We are proud to present five of the funniest solo efforts of these great comic actors! Stan Laurel in "Hustling For Health" - This was the last comedy Stan Laurel would make for Hal Roach's Rolin Studios. Stan Laurel misses the train that's supposed to take him on vacation so his friend offers to put him up at his house for some much needed relaxation. Unfortunately for Stan's friend and his wife, they will need a vacation themselves after Stan moves in. Released in 1919. Oliver Hardy in "The Paperhanger's Helper" - Oliver Hardy and Bobby Ray are employed by a sanitarium to hang up some posters. Mayhem ensues. Released in 1925. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in "A Lucky Dog" - The first time Stan and Ollie appeared together on film. Oliver Hardy plays a crook who robs Stan Laurel and gunpoint. The film was produced in 1919 but not released until 1921. Stan Laurel in "The Soilers" - During the Alaska gold rush, a miner hits the mother lode, but a corrupt sheriff jumps a claim, leading to a huge fight. Released in 1923. Stan Laurel in "Roughest Africa" - Making their way from Hollywood to Los Angeles Professor Stanislaus Laurello and his native bearers (Simpo Saps), loaded down with piano and bath encounter and run from bears, ostriches and elephants. Released in 1923.