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The comedic legacy of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy lives on in this pair of classics from the duo: THE WIZARD OF OZ (1925): King Kruel rules the land of Oz with an iron fist while his downtrodden subjects long for the return of their heir who disappeared as a child many years ago. Far away in Kansas, Dorothy learns that her parents found her in a basket when she was a baby. Meanwhile, back in Oz, Kruel decides that the best way to avoid rebellion would be to do away with Dorothy, the real heir to the throne. Hardy makes a solo appearance as both the Tin Man and a Farmworker.
HUSTLING FOR HEALTH (1919): Stan's vacation goes awry when he misses his train and is invited to stay at a stranger's house. He then has unfortunate run-ins with the gardening inspector, the neighbours, a baby and a handfull of others.