March Of The Wooden Soldiers

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Released 1934

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Director:
Gus Meins
Released:
1934
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March Of The Wooden Soldiers is a remastered color version of a classic musical and family film, starring award-winning comedy actors, Laurel and Hardy. Taken from the play, Babes in Toyland, director Gus Meins opens the film in the fictional town of Toyland where Mother Goose (Virginia Karns) is in charge. The town is full of fairy tale figures, including Little Bo Peep (Charlotte Henry), Tom-Tom (Felix Knight), Stannie Dum (Stan Laurel) and Ollie Dee (Oliver Hardy). The Toymaker (William Burress) fires Stannie and Ollie after a huge toy wooden solder in Ollie's care destroys the toyshop. Now, unable to pay their rent, they break into their landlord's house, Silas Barnaby (Henry Brandon), to steal the title of the old shoe where they live. The landlord catches the two bumbling thieves. Bo Peep then agrees to marry Silas, only if he drops the charges against her friends, Stannie and Ollie. Bo Peep and Stan trade place during the wedding, and Ollie manages to destroy the title to the shoe. Silas soon plots his revenge, but his plan backfires, and he goes on the run, Bo Peep, Stannie and Ollie must now chase Silas through Bogeyland so they can bring him to justice.moreless
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    Comedy, Fantasy, Kids

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    Musicals, Classics, christmas, Fairy Tales & Fables, Kids Fantasy