A collection of classic Laurel and Hardy, including the feature-length comedy Saps at Sea - Laurel and Hardy's last film for Hal Roach - in which Stan's trombone-playing aggravates Ollie's newly-acquired allergy to the sound of horns! Continuing the musical connection are two short comedies in which our heroes struggle to earn a living as musicians: Below Zero - presented in both its original version and in its rare Spanish-language edition, with L&H speaking their own dialogue - and one of their best silents, You're Darn Tootin'.
Classic Shorts Comprise: - Saps at Sea (1940): (B/W)
- Saps at Sea (1940): (Colourised)
- You're Darn Tootin' (1928): (B/W, Silent with Music)
- Below Zero (1930: (B/W)
- Below Zero (1930): (Colurised)
- Tiembla y Titubea (1930): (Below Zero in an extended Spanish-language edition, with Laurel and Hardy speaking their own Spanish dialogue!)