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Stannie Dum (Stan Laurel) and Ollie Dee (Oliver Hardy) rent rooms in Mother Peep's shoe in Toyland. When Mother Peep can't make her mortgage payment to evil Silas Barnaby (Harry Kleinbach), he attempts to blackmail her into having Little Bo-Peep (Charlotte Henry) marry him, despite the girl's attachment to Tom-Tom Piper. Stannie and Ollie offer their assistance to Mother Peep, Bo-Peep and Piper, and later enlist an army of wooden soldiers to battle Barnaby's cave-dwelling bogeymen.

Cast & Crew

Stan Laurel
Stannie Dum
Charlotte Henry
Little Bo-Peep
Jean Darling
Curly Locks (uncredited)
Johnny Downs
Little Boy Blue (uncredited)
Marie Wilson
Mary Quite Contrary (uncredited)
Gus Meins
Director
Hal Roach
Producer
Frank Churchill
Original Music
Francis Corby
Cinematographer
Art Lloyd
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  • May 12, 2012
    Have Seen this movie so many times I stopped counting, I couldn't wait to see it on TV when I was a Kid. It was on every Christmas Day wither on WPIX or WOR TV, back when rabbit ears or the Antenna Dad put on the roof would get us maybe 5 channels total. Anyway I will watch it again come Christmas Day. Its the Best Christmas Movie out there.
    Bruce B Super Reviewer
  • Sep 03, 2010
    First of all I think the story of Babes in Toyland is pretty stupid itself, but this movie has Laurel and Hardy, who could have made the movie funny, but they're just distracting. Although I'd welcome a distraction from having to watch this movie, they're not as funny as they think.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Aug 23, 2010
    This movie never gets old! I watch this every Thanksgiving at my grandparents's house and I enjoy it everytime. The characters are so sweet and lovable and this is so hilarious! A must-see for adults and kids alike. "Christmas? Christmas in the middle of July?!"
    Bentley L Super Reviewer
  • Apr 12, 2009
    one of the poorer stan and ollie features. ridiculous to think this was banned for its content. most of the other laurel and hardy episodes are much more violent! bizarre!
    Sanity Assassin ! Super Reviewer

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