Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Wordless Wednesday: Celebrity Sighting

Laurel

You just never know who you're going to run into at the theater. ;)

Hardy

108 comments:

  1. Well I hope you got their autographs Rosey :-)

    Have a comicaltastic rest of week :-)

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  2. My kids wouldn't even know who these two are/were! :)

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  3. hey, laurel and hardy....
    funny guys...

    smiles.

    my kids would not know either...

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  4. And their skin is still glowing. I wonder what their secret is... ;)

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  5. Laurel & Hardy! Ohhhhh Those were the days on Saturday morning when my brother & I would get up & some ungodly hour & watch cartoons & funny skits together. If only I could bring back those days. I sure do miss my big brother. :( He passed when he was only 44, but I have many good memories of him. :)

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  6. My husband and I would recognize them but not my kids or grandkids!

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    1. Us too - I am sure the grandkids would have no idea who these two are. Great way to educate while having fun.

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  7. And these two were very funny men. Very funny. Way cool.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ☺

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  8. Yes how cute! Hope you have a nice day!

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  9. Wow! They are both looking great after all these years! Must have been tough to get autographs though.....lol

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  10. I don't know them! But it made me giggle anyway :)
    Happy Wednesday!

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  11. Awww, I loved Laurel and Hardy! And my kids love the Scooby Doo episode with them in to, too ;)

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  12. Oh how fun! I used to watch their black and white movies all the time on reels. We'd get them from the library!

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  13. ohhhh how funny. I have seen many movies of them. haah simply great post

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  14. LOL Did you get their autographs? :)

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  15. How cute! I always love Wordless Wednesday!

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  16. I hope you were able to get an autograph to go with those photos too ;)

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  17. LOL...I love it! Hope you took a selfie :)

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  18. Oh, that's too cool! You always have the best photos for Wordless Wednesday.

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  19. I remember watching Laurel and Hardy with my parents... I loved them. I never really go into the Three Stooges, but L & H, I thought were really funny. I also loved Abbott and Costello. And, yes, I'm showing my age. :)

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  20. These are really cool! Have a happy Wednesday!

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  21. Such a fun Wordless Wednesday! I wonder how many kids would know who they are!

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  22. That's so fun! I love this. I'm probably the only 35 year old in the world who knows who Laurel and Hardy are.

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  23. Laurel and Hardy! So much fun. Every theater should have classic actors like this.

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  24. So Cool and how fun those two always had :)

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  25. I am not sure I know who these guys are!! What a fun sighting though, they look neat statues.

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  26. Rosey, you are cute... and some of the comments of not knowing who these guys are is funny... and it makes me feel old... lol xox

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    1. I was thinking that too. My kids don't know who they are either. ;)

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  27. Who's on first? Aren't these the two guys that did that skit?

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  28. How fun! Is it bad I have no idea who these two are? Ah, I need to google now! Great shots tho!

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  29. Is that Charlie Chaplain? Am I right? I have no idea haha.

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  30. How fun. Makes me wonder if kids these days even know who they are.

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  31. Love this! Happy Wordless Wednesday indeed <3

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  32. I HOPE YOU got autographs they will be worth a lot of money!!!

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  33. I love Laurel and Hardy! My favorite movie of theirs is March of the Wooden Soliders! I watch it every Christmas with all the toys and nursery rhyme characters!

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  34. Love these pice. Great characters.

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  35. Now that’s quite a throwback! Sadly, kids these days don’t know who these men are!

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  36. I was about to ask if that was Laurel and Hardy and then I saw the captions :P

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  37. I really liked those old films.

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  38. Ahhhhh too funny!!!!! I may be younger but I truely enjoy these older films!

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  39. Ohmigoodness! That made me snort. Toooo funny! Gotta love an old film.

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  40. Those are fun characters to run into. I bet it was a fun night out.

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  41. Imagine that, running into Laurel & Hardy. What a fun adventure! Sounds like a great night out.

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  42. It's nice that you met the tandem of Laurel and Hardy. These two are already legends in their own right.

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  43. Awesome post for Wordless Wednesday! I love Laurel and Hardy. What a cool thing to come across!

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  44. Totally love! This is amazing! :)

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  45. These are some great images for Wordless Wednesday. I have always loved Laurel and Hardy.

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  46. Oh, how fun to run into Laurel and Hardy!

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  47. I didn't know who they were until I googled. How cool!

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  48. Great shots!
    Thanks for sharing them!

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  49. they are cool - is that at a wax museum? Funny guys I love that kind of comedy :)

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  50. Very cute and happy wednesday to you! Is that from museum?

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    1. They're in the lobby of a movie theater. :)

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  51. I have zero clue who those guys are- or is it one guy in different outfits? I am almost 30, so I didn't realize I was to young :) My movie theater can't put statues because teenagers would do inappropriate things to them lol.

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  52. I like the statues you shared here. Laurel and Hardy's "Who's on First" is still a popular and very funny comedy skit.

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  53. That is awesome, you should have taken a picture next to them.

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  54. Cute...thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog hop!

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  55. Haha, they're smiling at me! Cute shots you got

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  56. Very fun! I love seeing the old timers! Happy WW!!

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  57. I LOVE laurel and hardy and you made me go back to those times...reminds me to go watch one of their movies now :)

    Thanks Rosey!
    Pleasure to have you on board of WW

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  58. How awesome! Where were these pictures taken?

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  59. I feel bad who are they? I need to do a quick Google search lol

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  60. Laurel & Hardy are the cutest! You post makes me want to watch some of their shows..

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  61. i'd love to take loads of selfies with them definatly . so funny

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  62. These guys are classic. Laurel and Hardy are hilarious!

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  63. Those are pretty cool! I think it would be really fun to get their pictures. hehe

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  64. My husband and I would recognize them but not my children. I haven't seen Laurel and Hardy in a long time.

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  65. Laurel and Hardy are such legends. Such a fun thing to see.

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  66. This brought me back to when I was a kid. I remember seeing them on TV. Cool pictures!

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  67. I had to ask my husband who they were as I don't know anything about them. I'm super interested in checking them out now!

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  68. Great images of some classics. Love the premise

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  69. lol these pictures are great. I've heard of them before but never knew what they looked like.

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  70. Time to watch some old Laurel and Hardy! Love!

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  71. Oh Stanley.....my, I haven't seen a good Laurel and Hardy show/movie in ages. My son loves the 3 Stooges, I am going to have to turn him on to Laurel and Hardy. Thank you for sharing.

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  72. These are cute. I miss shows like that. I was wondering if I Love Lucy comes on anymore. And the Dick VanDyke show, all the good reruns of the 80s.

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  73. So cute! Haha i don't think anyone else in my family knows who these two people are! Happy Wednesday!

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  74. What great pictures of the Laurel & Hardy pictures. It's always fun to see special exhibits.

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  75. This is so cute! I would have taken some selfies with it!

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  76. it's been ages indeed! I used to have their miniatures, they were my Father's :)..bring back all those lovely memories..

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  77. Laurel & Hardy! Classics! I used to love watching them as kid. Still do!

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  78. Cute pics - they are definitely comedy classics

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  79. Hmm, who are they? LOL. I think I would have to ask the husband about them. :)

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  80. I loved these guys. Seeing the pictures made me wonder how many people alive today wouldn't even know who they are.

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  81. Haha that's awesome! I was not expecting it by the title of the post and it made Laurel and Hardy that much more amusing :P

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  82. Which movie theater was that? Cool! I have heard of them, but never really got to see them in action!

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

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  83. What a cute Wordless Wednesday post! Happy Wednesday to you too!

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  84. LOL.... Cute... but be glad you didn't run into these guys in person.... they're Dead!!

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  85. Lol! I i didn't even know who they were lol! And now my dad is giving me a whole lecture on the awesomeness of Laurel and Hardy hehe ♥

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  86. It took me 20 seconds me to recognize them lol. Will share this to friends.

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  87. Ha Ha Ha!
    This is cute...
    Happy W/W to you :)

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  88. Hey I know those guys. What fun statues to discover.

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  89. Looks awesome! It took me a while to figure out who was who but what a great sighting ^^

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