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A double bill of comedy gold.

A classic movie night comes to Aberfoyle on February 9 at the Forth Inn.

It will feature double bill of comedy with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in Sons of the Desert and Charlie Chaplin in THETHE Gold Rush.

Sons of the Desert was made in 1933 and has been viewed as"the most accomplished comedy''of that decade.

Charlie Chaplin had described The Gold Rush as"the picture I want to be most remembered by''.

The evening starts at 7.30pm and food will be on offer.

The classic movie season is organised by the Heritage Network and is funded BYTHE Strathard Initiative.

The previous evening, January 19, saw 40 people make it to the events room at the Forth Inn despite the snowy weather.

The film was'Geordie'shot in the Stirling andTrossachs area in the 1950s.

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Classic Laurel and Hardy film

Film legend Charlie Chaplin

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Publication:Stirling Observer (Stirling, Scotland)
Date:Feb 2, 2018
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