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March of the Wooden Soldiers

March of the Wooden Soldiers ★★★ Babes in Toyland 1934

The classic Mother Goose tale about the secret life of Christmas toys, with Laurel and Hardy as Santa's helpers who must save Toyland from the wicked Barnaby. A Yuletide “must see.” Also available in a colorized version. 73m/B VHS, DVD . Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Charlotte Henry, Henry (Kleinbach) Brandon, Felix Knight, Jean Darling, Johnny Downs, Marie Wilson; D: Charles R. Rogers, Gus Meins; W: Frank Butler, Nick Grinde; C: Art Lloyd, Francis Corby

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