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Who were the best double act in comedy?

who were the best double acts  

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  1. 1. who were the best double acts

    • Morcambe and Wise
      12
    • Cannon and Ball
      1
    • The two Ronnies
      2
    • Alas Smith and Jones
      1


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Not at all you golden oldie lol!...:hihi::hihi:

 

I remember going to school with a casette walkman with humongous earphones and thinking i looked cool on the bus, imagine the difference nowadays when you can carry an ipod in your pants! :hihi:

 

Oh god yes the old walkman - they wer so cool. Wish I had saved mine now. hey the big earphones are back in now Lestat.....so you back in fashion now :hihi:

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Laurel and Hardy were, and still are, the best double act of all time.

 

Derek and Clive (aka Cook and Moore) were also very good.

 

Am I the only person on the planet who does not find Morecombe and Wise remotely funny? They would get my nomination for the most over-rated double act of all time.

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Laurel and Hardy were, and still are, the best double act of all time.

 

Am I the only person on the planet who does not find Morecombe and Wise remotely funny? They would get my nomination for the most over-rated double act of all time.

 

Here Here, they were crap.

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Laurel and Hardy were, and still are, the best double act of all time.

 

Derek and Clive (aka Cook and Moore) were also very good.

 

Am I the only person on the planet who does not find Morecombe and Wise remotely funny? They would get my nomination for the most over-rated double act of all time.

 

Yes they wer very funny too.

 

No I am sure you are not the only one who doesnt like them but many many people did.

 

I for one couldnt stand Vic and Bob but my ex hubby loved em....so I suppose its each to their own :)

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Newman & Baddiel are up there for me

and as mentioned before Dudley Moore & Peter Cooke

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laurel and hardy ................I still pee myself laughing at them ....70 year on... comedy dosent sand the test of time.............:)

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Wallaims and Lucas, that counts right?

Not into the whole old comedy stuff, althoug I've seen quite a bit of the two ronnies.

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Has to be Laurel and Hardy. I got the box set for christmas and Way Out west has more belly laughs in an hour than most comedies have in the whole series

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