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    So i'm off to the flix this weekend to see Stan and ollie, i go with a little trepidation but i have to say the critics reviews have been generally positive. watch this space
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    Steve Coogan is such a great character actor, although unlike Alan Partridge he is seems to be very incognito as Hardy (or is it Laurel that he actually plays?)
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    I have to go this weekend to watch the film.
    When I was a child. Laurel and Hardy was always on. It was ny favourite comedy.
    I still watch the shirt films.

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    Really enjoyed it. Laugh-out-loud funny and poignant in equal measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George 1978 View Post
    Steve Coogan is such a great character actor, although unlike Alan Partridge he is seems to be very incognito as Hardy (or is it Laurel that he actually plays?)
    Coogan = Laurel; Reilly = Hardy
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    Quote Originally Posted by zabadak View Post
    Coogan = Laurel; Reilly = Hardy
    Cheers - I was afraid that I was going to get it the wrong way round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George 1978 View Post
    Cheers - I was afraid that I was going to get it the wrong way round.
    Fatty and finny
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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Fatty and finny
    Don't you mean funny?
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    Quote Originally Posted by George 1978 View Post
    Don't you mean funny?
    They were both funny, one fat one fin
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    I bet that they are both funny.

    Speaking of Coogan, I don't think that I have seen that Alan Partridge film from 2013 - I believe it's been seen on TV a couple of times. I know it was doing the rounds in the cinemas in August 2013 - tried to see it on my birthday that year but it wasn't on.
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