Babes In Toyland (1934)
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March of the Wooden Soldiers is the 1952 reissue title for Hal Roach's 1934 film version of Victor Herbert's Babes in Toyland. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy star as Stannie Dum and Ollie Dee, bumbling apprentices to the master toymaker of Toyland. This joyous fairy-tale community is populated by all the colorful Mother Goose characters we know and love; the one sour apple in the barrel is mean old Silas Barnaby (portrayed by Henry Kleinbach, aka Henry Brandon). Barnaby holds the mortgage on the
Dec 14, 1934 Wide
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The film is an authentic children's entertainment and quite the merriest of its kind that Hollywood has turned loose on the nation's screens in a long time.
This is a kid's movie rife with all the Freudian squalor that Disney repressed.
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy made this definitive, charming version of 'Babes in Toyland' in 1934.
The innocent colour, humour, vibrancy and decent songs here should be capable of distracting anyone away from the Nintendo for an hour or so.
A delightful treasure, especially in its uncut, original Babes in Toyland release.
A Christmas favorite.
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