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"Yeah, it was so hot last night, I had to get up and take off my socks." - Shemp (SOUP TO NUTS, 1930)

Cast Member : Charlie Hall

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 Born  1899-08-19
Birmingham, England
 Died  1959-12-07
North Hollywood, CA
Supporting comic who came to the U.S. as a member of Fred Karno's comedy vaudeville troupe, and carved out a film career as a supporting player at the Hal Roach Studios. Supporting roles with Charley Chase, Harold Lloyd, Max Davidson and others... and earning a beloved reputation as Laurel & Hardy's "chief nemesis" in many shorts, particularly BUSY BODIES (1932), THEM THAR HILLS (1934) and TIT FOR TAT (1935). Charlie's link to Stan & Ollie is so strong, that worldwide chapter meetings of the Laurel & Hardy Appreciation Society, "The Sons of the Desert," traditionally include toasts to Stan, Oliver, James Finlayson, Mae Busch... and Charlie Hall.

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1940-07-26 MILLIONAIRES IN PRISON Shemp Howard (Solo) Cockney convict
2.  1941-06-20 SAN ANTONIO ROSE Shemp Howard (Solo) Waiter
3.  1941-12-26 HELLZAPOPPIN' Shemp Howard (Solo) Taxi driver

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