THEY were, for many, the big screens most enduring comedy duo.
And next weekend the annual Laurel And Hardy film fun night at the Rex cinema at Elland will feature work created by the pair at their peak.
The feature film at next Saturdays showing will be Blockheads and three shorts known as two reelers.
These are Habeas Corpus, a silent film with musical accompaniment plus Hog Wild and Another Fine Mess.
Stan Laurel (Arthur Stanley Jefferson) and Oliver Hardy made 73 20-minute two reelers and 26 feature films between 1926 (when films were still silent) and 1952 when their final film, Atoll K, was released.
Charles Morris, the Rexs proprietor, said: The films selected for this years show represent the 10 year period between 1928 and 1938 when Laurel and Hardy were at the peak of their career.
We get members of the Laurel and Hardy tents as the fan club is known coming from far away and some dress up in all their regalia.
Resident organist, Mildred Sutcliffe, will be playing.
The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5.