'Blockheads is one of the most popular Laurel & Hardy feature films. In World War One, Stan is left to guard a trench only to be discovered - still at his post - twenty years after the war! Ollie, now married, sees Stan's picture in the newspaper and, visiting his friend at the Old Soldiers' Home, invites him home for a meal ... from which point Ollie's peacetime existence seems more like another battlefield. Also included is L&H's very first talkie, 'Unaccustomed As We Are', a 1929 two-reeler from which Blockheads drew much of its inspiration. Another take on military life is presented in the early silent 'With Love and Hisses', while another classic silent, 'Should Married Men Go Home?', demonstrates once again how Mr. Laurel could disrupt the home life of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy! Featuring: - Blockheads (b/w) - Blockheads (colourised) - Unaccustomed (b/w) - Unaccustomed (colourised) - With Love and Hisses (b/w, Silent With Music Score) - Should Married Men Go Home?