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For many people of a certain age, their introduction to the comedy legend of Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy came through a series of cartoons. They were too young at the time to remember the films and performances of the duo. But the cartoons appeared during a day and age when every child rushed downstairs on Saturday morning, grabbed a bowl of cereal, and set up camp in front of the television for some amazing children’s television. One of the most widely-known animated representations of Laurel & Hardy was their appearance on The New Scooby-Doo Movies.
What many people don’t realize is that Larry Harmon, the man behind Bozo’s famous nose, also owned the rights to the Laurel & Hardy characters. Harmon’s work with these cartoons introduced the genius of Laurel & Hardy to a whole new generation of fans.