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==References==
 
==References==
*In a ''[[Sesame Street]]'' sketch featuring [[Billy Crystal]] and [[Ed Grimley]], Crystal portrays a Stan Laurel-type character, imitating his hair pulling. {{SSvideo|48848c25-2484-4edd-b730-f0bd067bf296}}
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*In a ''[[Sesame Street]]'' sketch featuring [[Billy Crystal]] and [[Ed Grimley]], Crystal portrays a Stan Laurel-type character, imitating his hair pulling.
 
*The song "You and Me" from ''[[The Jim Henson Hour]]'' episode "[[Episode 112: Food|Food]]" has [[Clifford]] singing, "When Laurel's in the doorway, It's Hardy far behind."
 
*The song "You and Me" from ''[[The Jim Henson Hour]]'' episode "[[Episode 112: Food|Food]]" has [[Clifford]] singing, "When Laurel's in the doorway, It's Hardy far behind."
 
*Laurel and Hardy appear as caricatures in the ''Sesame Street'' book ''[[We're Different, We're the Same]]''. Oliver Hardy in particular shows up on several pages.
 
*Laurel and Hardy appear as caricatures in the ''Sesame Street'' book ''[[We're Different, We're the Same]]''. Oliver Hardy in particular shows up on several pages.

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Laurelandhardy

Oliver and Stan are oblivious to Oscar's annoyance.

Laurel and Hardy were a legendary team of film comics, consisting of Stan Laurel (1890-1965) and Oliver Hardy (1882-1957). The pair were a contrast in humorous opposites: fat, imperious, mustachioed, Southern-accented Hardy, and thin, emotional, English-accented Laurel. Between 1926 and 1951, the duo appeared together over a hundred films, including shorts and features.

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