Laurel and Hardy lookalikes are not only available purely as lookalike entertainment. They also specialise in magic illusions, including the impressive fork bending illusion.
These lookalikes have a very good knowledge of Laurel & Hardy and are very popular at weddings – especially on Merseyside. Highly recommended and extremely popular.
Trade Fairs are also a speciality for Laurel and Hardy lookalikes. Your wedding photos will be the talk of the town!
Laurel and Hardy Lookalikes Magic
Couple this up with the eye catching magic illusions and you can see why booking this act will give that extra touch of glamour – and at an affordable price.
Walkabout Entertainment with Close-Up Magic at Wedding Shows, Shopping Centres, Corporate Events and Store Openings. Laurel & Hardy Lookalikes with Close-up Magic. Meet, Greet, Mix and Mingle / Walkabout. Wirral based Lookalikes Entertainment. They can be booked for Mix and Mingle entertainment, Meet and Greet and are equally successful as a headline act for the day.
Laurel and Hardy appeared as a team in 107 films, starring in 32 short silent films, 40 short sound films and 23 full-length feature films. They also made 12 guest or cameo appearances that included the Galaxy of Stars promotional film of 1936.
On December 1, 1954, the pair made one American television appearance when they were surprised and interviewed by Ralph Edwards on his live NBC-TV program This Is Your Life. Since the 1930s, the works of Laurel and Hardy have been released in numerous theatrical reissues, television revivals, 8-mm and 16-mm home movies, feature-film compilations and home videos.
In 2005, they were voted the seventh-greatest comedy act of all time by a UK poll of fellow comedians. The official Laurel and Hardy appreciation society is known as The Sons of the Desert which was named after a fictitious fraternal society featured in the Laurel and Hardy film of the same name. (Wikipedia).
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