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Atoll "K." - Available for the first time ever uncut (aprox. 100 minutes)

Atoll "K." - Available for the first time ever uncut (aprox. 100 minutes)

SKU: 0005

Laurel & Hardy’s final movie available for the first time ever uncut on DVD as the original Director’s Cut with  a running time of appr. 100 minutes and an introduction by Comedian Bart Williams with lots of facts about the production of this movie. 

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    One DVD


    Screen Format:

    Movie: PAL regionfree 4:3 Black & White
    Introductions: Colour
    Sound: 2.0
    Running time: 100 minutes

    Regionfree (USA and other NTSC or SECAM countires: runs on a lot of newer DVD players as well as on computers).


    Movie: English

    Subtitles: German
    Introductions: English/ German
    EAN: 5060195362999

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    This unreleased original American version was considered lost. The movie was recently discovered in the USA and digitally restored. For the first time you can watch the most famous comedy duo of all times in the original American version – the director’s cut of their last feature movie, about 100 minutes in length.


    Stan and Ollie inherit a South Sea island and an old ship from a wealthy uncle. Immediately the two of them set sail, together with a stateless cook and a stowaway. Of course, some things go wrong for the fledgling sailors. Eventually the old boat capsizes during a storm, and the crew is able to find refuge on a little island which is later christened “Atoll K.”


    The stranded crew lives there peacefully like Robinson Crusoe – but naturally life is a bit more chaotic as Laurel and Hardy are part of the game... Suddenly the male crew gets a female visitor, the singer “Chérie Lamour,”  (Suzy Delair) who has been abandoned on the island. When uranium is discovered on “Atoll K.” a short time later, the idyllic island atmosphere vanishes completely with adventurers from every possible country pour into paradise, and the super powers of this world all at once show an interest in the island. But Stan & Ollie have a plan …


    The final Laurel & Hardy movie is both the most elaborate and the most expensive movie they made: A gag-packed comedy and a politically tinged satire with those two skilled comedians we are so familiar with. A must see for all Laurel & Hardy fans! 

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